Oneida Mini-Gorilla Dust Collector Hothttp://toolreviews.woodmagazine.com/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/c6/a9/03/_101544731_1318861376.jpg
* 5" Diameter Inlet
* GE H12 HEPA media filter. 99.97% of 0.3 - 0.5 microns
* Height - Approx. 39"
* Width with filter - Approx. 29"
* Noise Level - 76dB @ 10'
* 1.5 HP Baldor Motor - 1 Phase - 110-220v
* Cord - 14ga, 8'length.
* 600 cfm
* 10' of 5" High Grade Industrial Flex Hose
Cyclone low in stature, tall in performance
Until recently, dust collection for home woodworkers came in the form of affordable roll-around units (usually with porous-filter bags) or pricey, bulky cyclone collectors powering a central system. Now Oneida bridges that gap with its 110-volt Mini-Gorilla portable cyclone dust collector. Standing just 5' tall, it produces a mere 77 dB—quieter than a tablesaw—making it perfect for basement shops.
The Mini-Gorilla’s powerful 1-1⁄2-hp Baldor motor, fan, and 10'-long, 5"-diameter flex-hose sucked up all the dust we could make with our tablesaw, bandsaw, and combination belt/disc sander. And what little dust made it past the heavy-steel cyclonic separator was trapped in the fine-filtering canister.
That said, weI would not recommend this collector for use with a planer or jointer, because chips quickly fill up the 17-gallon drum. And even though the optional mobile stand rolls smoothly on its three wheels, the wide stance makes it clumsy to move among machines in a tight shop.