The dust collector is the same configuration as my unit. Mine has the same electrical data as this one. Mine is from Penn State. Mine cost more. Mine has 1 micron filtration.
My unit is in the "Outhouse," an enclosed shed built onto my shop/garage (it never sees a car). With the collection out there I did not need to spend extra dollars for the one-micron filtering. However, I did not know it was going out there when I purchased it. And, as a doc (eyes not med) I am probably a bit more aware of what the stuff under 3 microns does to lungs---I don't want that damage. Anyway since it is in another room with, no connection to the shop other than where the six-inch duct goes through the wall, a cheaper bag would have been just as good.
I'm not quite sure that the above paragraph is in English. However, I think you get the drift.
Using only one machine at a time with all of the other blast-gates closed. The machine appears to work well. However, if I were purchasing again, I would pay the price and go for more horsepower.
I used every design factor I could for efficiency. It does the job. But it has no extra. I made as few turns as I could. The 90 degree turns are made up of two 45 degree elbows. It is a work in progress. I am replacing my flex hose drops (5 ft is the longest) with rigid pipe whenever I get an extra moment. All of my ducting has a slight downhill run as it goes towards the DC.
Any questions give me a PM or email <firstname.lastname@example.org>
First of all you have to be smarter than the machine.