This Foredom Benchtop Dust Collector and Filter Hood is a great addition to your workbench. It is ideal for engineers, jewellers, and general craft users looking for a professional quality tool. It will collect dust and larger particles produced from light grinding and polishing.
Ideal for use with a small bench lathe, rotary tools and flexshafts. Despite its small size, the filter hood offers strong suction power for removing hazardous particles of dust, and collecting scraps of precious metal. The filters are simple to change (it will take you seconds) and can be sent off to a refiner for reclamation of any precious metal collected.
Made of powder coated, heavy gauge steel. It is a neat size, fitting most benches, and comes with a removable water-tight metal tray, clear polycarbonate shield protecting your face and clothes. It also has a built-in flexible bright gooseneck LED light helping you see what you’re working on.
The Foredom MAFH25-21 arrives with a UK 3-pin plug. It is dual voltage, so it works with both 220V and 110V. The machine will automatically sense which voltage is applied and automatically switch between the two.
Comes with three filters (pleated, polyester and charcoal) that are easy to change. We also have replacement filters available to buy separately. It can be moved anywhere on a bench top for use with a flexible shaft handpiece, micromotor, and other bench top tools.
Two-Year Limited Warranty.
Please note, the Filter Hood is not designed to be a fume hood or for removal of soldering fumes.
- Made of powder coated heavy gauge steel.
- Voltage selector switch between 110V or 220V
- Variable suction speed, adjusted with a dial on the top of the hood
- Fan rating of 80 CFM.
- CE Compliant
154mm (6”) wide x 324mm (12 3/4”) deep, and 190mm (7 1/2”) high. Weighs approx 2.5kg.
This is a brilliant item. For a small workshop it’s all you need to keep the polishing debris out of your lungs. And is much less expensive than a full extraction system. It sits behind a polishing motor or you can use it with a pendant motor. It’s everything I thought is was going to be.