Designed with the home woodworker in mind, the Axminster Craft brand offers three cyclone extractor models, which will efficiently capture the dust created by most woodworking machines. 

The AC118CE Cyclone Dust Extractor offers you the complete dust extraction system. Designed for the home user but possessing qualities found within professional cyclone machines, the AC118E gives you clean and very efficient dust extraction.

Fitted with twin dust ports, there is a choice between twin 100mm and a single 125mm inlet. Its sturdy tubular steel frame holds the main body securely. At the same time, the castor wheels make this machine easy to move around in your home workshop. The extractor is powered by a 1.5kW (2hp) motor, which provides plenty of power but runs happily on a domestic 13A supply.

A further feature is a handy filter cartridge handle which enables the user to easily clean the cartridge of any excess debris, allowing the machine to carry on working efficiently without a build-up of dust in the filter. Price £599.96.

The AC118CI Cyclone Interceptor allows you to upgrade your current chip extraction system or create a wood dust and chip extractor which will handle even fine dusts from drum sanders.

The Interceptor is unpowered and it includes a cyclone interceptor and waste bin. It can be used with a standard high volume low pressure chip extractor to provide the airflow. Fitted with 102mm inlet and outlets, it suits many common home woodworking machines. The waste bin is a generous 118 litres, while the castors allow for easy mobility around the workshop. Price £142.00.

The ACCIH Interceptor Head enables you to create efficient dust extraction for your workshop. Supplied as the head only, you can make your own suitable dust container and position the unit where you need it. It can be mounted on the wall as part of your dust extraction system or placed next to your drum sander. Price £99.96.

Prices include vat and may be subject to change without notice.

Thanks to Axminster Tools and Machinery for the news.

For more details, see the Axminster Tools Website