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4 This dust collector is designed and intended for use by properly trained and experienced personnel only If you are not familiar with the proper and safe operation of a dust collector do not use until proper training and knowledge have been obtained 5 Do not use this dust collector for other than its intended use If used for other
Warranty and Service, JET warrants every product it sells against manufacturers defects If one of our tools needs service or repair please. contact Technical Service by calling 1 800 274 6846 8AM to 5PM CST Monday through Friday. Warranty Period, The general warranty lasts for the time period specified in the literature included with your product or on the official JET. branded website, JET products carry a limited warranty which varies in duration based upon the product See chart below. Accessories carry a limited warranty of one year from the date of receipt. Consumable items are defined as expendable parts or accessories expected to become inoperable within a. reasonable amount of use and are covered by a 90 day limited warranty against manufacturer s defects. Who is Covered, This warranty covers only the initial purchaser of the product from the date of delivery. What is Covered, This warranty covers any defects in workmanship or materials subject to the limitations stated below This warranty does. not cover failures due directly or indirectly to misuse abuse negligence or accidents normal wear and tear improper. repair alterations or lack of maintenance JET woodworking machinery is designed to be used with Wood Use of these. machines in the processing of metal plastics or other materials may void the warranty The exceptions are acrylics and. other natural items that are made specifically for wood turning. Warranty Limitations, Woodworking products with a Five Year Warranty that are used for commercial or industrial purposes default to a Two. Year Warranty Please contact Technical Service at 1 800 274 6846 for further clarification. How to Get Technical Support, Please contact Technical Service by calling 1 800 274 6846 Please note that you will be asked to provide proof of. initial purchase when calling If a product requires further inspection the Technical Service representative will explain. and assist with any additional action needed JET has Authorized Service Centers located throughout the United States. For the name of an Authorized Service Center in your area call 1 800 274 6846 or use the Service Center Locator on the. JET website,More Information, JET is constantly adding new products For complete up to date product information check with your local distributor or. visit the JET website,How State Law Applies, This warranty gives you specific legal rights subject to applicable state law. Limitations on This Warranty, JET LIMITS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES TO THE PERIOD OF THE LIMITED WARRANTY FOR EACH PRODUCT. EXCEPT AS STATED HEREIN ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A. PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXCLUDED SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN. IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. JET SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR DEATH INJURIES TO PERSONS OR PROPERTY OR FOR INCIDENTAL. CONTINGENT SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OF OUR PRODUCTS SOME. STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES SO. THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. JET sells through distributors only The specifications listed in JET printed materials and on official JET website are given. as general information and are not binding JET reserves the right to effect at any time without prior notice those. alterations to parts fittings and accessory equipment which they may deem necessary for any reason whatsoever JET. branded products are not sold in Canada by JPW Industries Inc. Product Listing with Warranty Period,90 Days Parts Consumable items. 1 Year Motors Machine Accessories, 2 Year Metalworking Machinery Electric Hoists Electric Hoist Accessories Woodworking Machinery used. for industrial or commercial purposes,5 Year Woodworking Machinery. Limited Lifetime JET Parallel clamps VOLT Series Electric Hoists Manual Hoists Manual Hoist. Accessories Shop Tools Warehouse Dock products Hand Tools Air Tools. NOTE JET is a division of JPW Industries Inc References in this document to JET also apply to JPW Industries Inc or. any of its successors in interest to the JET brand. Table of Contents,Warranty and Service 2,Table of Contents 3. Warnings 4,Introduction 5,Specifications 6,Unpacking 7. Shipping Content 7,Base Unit 7,Canister Filter Kit 8. 30 Micron Bag Filter Kit 8,5 Micron Bag Filter Kit 8. Base Unit Assembly 9,Motor and Fan Assembly 9,Connector Housing 9. Cone Assembly 10,Filter Bag Kit Assembly 11,Filter Bag Installation 11. Collector Bag Installation 30 Micron Kit 11,Collector Bag Installation 5 Micron Kit 11. Canister Kit Assembly 12,Canister Filter 12,Collector Bag 12. Electrical Connections 13,Turning the Machine On Off 13. All Models 13,Remote Control Optional Accessory 13. Dust Collector RF Remote Power Control Optional 13. Turning the DC RC On Off 13,Changing Operating Frequency 14. Installing the DC RC Remote Power Control Optional Accessory 14. Maintenance 15, Cleaning the Filter Bag DC 1100VX BK and DC 1100VX 5M 15. Removing the Collector Bag DC 1100VX BK 15,Cleaning the Filter DC 1100VX CK 15. Removing the Collector Bag DC 1100VX CK and DC 1100VX 5M 15. Connecting the Dust Collector to a Machine 15,Grounding the Dust Collection System 15. Parts Breakdown DC 1100VX Dust Collectors 16,Parts List DC 1100VX Dust Collectors 17. Canister Filter Kit 708639B 19,30 Micron Filter Bag Kit 708636F 20. 5 Micron Filter Bag Kit 708636MF 21,Wiring Diagram DC 1100VX Dust Collectors 22. 1 Read and understand the entire owner s manual before attempting assembly or operation. 2 Read and understand the warnings posted on the machine and in this manual Failure to comply with all of. these warnings may cause serious injury, 3 Replace the warning labels if they become obscured or removed. 4 This dust collector is designed and intended for use by properly trained and experienced personnel only If you. are not familiar with the proper and safe operation of a dust collector do not use until proper training and. knowledge have been obtained, 5 Do not use this dust collector for other than its intended use If used for other purposes JET disclaims any real. or implied warranty and holds itself harmless from any injury that may result from that use. 6 Always wear approved safety glasses face shields while using this dust collector Everyday eyeglasses only. have impact resistant lenses they are not safety glasses. 7 Before operating this dust collector remove tie rings watches and other jewelry and roll sleeves up past the. elbows Remove all loose clothing and confine long hair Non slip footwear or anti skid floor strips are. recommended Do not wear gloves, 8 Wear ear protectors plugs or muffs during extended periods of operation. 9 Do not operate this machine while tired or under the influence of drugs alcohol or any medication. 10 Make certain the switch is in the OFF position before connecting the machine to the power supply. 11 Make certain the machine is properly grounded, 12 Make all machine adjustments or maintenance with the machine unplugged from the power source. 13 Remove adjusting keys and wrenches Form a habit of checking to see that keys and adjusting wrenches are. removed from the machine before turning it on, 14 Keep safety guards in place at all times when the machine is in use If removed for maintenance purposes use. extreme caution and replace the guards immediately. 15 Check damaged parts Before further use of the machine a guard or other part that is damaged should be. carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its intended function Check for. alignment of moving parts binding of moving parts breakage of parts mounting and any other conditions that. may affect its operation A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced. 16 Provide for adequate space surrounding work area and non glare overhead lighting. 17 Keep the floor around the machine clean and free of scrap material oil and grease. 18 Keep visitors a safe distance from the work area Keep children away. 19 Make your workshop child proof with padlocks master switches or by removing starter keys. 20 Give your work undivided attention Looking around carrying on a conversation and horse play are careless. acts that can result in serious injury, 21 Do not use the dust collector for anything except wood dust Materials such as liquids metal shavings metal. dust screws glass plastic or rock can cause sparks and or damage when coming into contact with any part of. the dust collector, 22 Use recommended accessories improper accessories may be hazardous. 23 Maintain tools with care Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories. 24 Turn off the machine before cleaning Use a brush or compressed air to remove chips or debris do not use. your hands, 25 Do not stand on the machine Serious injury could occur if the machine tips over. 26 Never leave the machine running unattended Turn the power off and do not leave the machine until it comes to. a complete stop, 27 Remove loose items and unnecessary work pieces from the area before starting the machine. 28 Never place hands near the inlet of the machine. 29 Always make certain machine is off and unplugged when making any connections to the inlet. WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including lead which is known to the State of. California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm For more information go to. http www p65warnings ca gov, WARNING Drilling sawing sanding or machining wood products generates wood dust and other. substances known to the State of California to cause cancer Avoid inhaling dust generated from wood products. or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. Wood products emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive. harm For more information go to http www p65warnings ca gov wood. Familiarize yourself with the following safety notices used in this manual. This means that if precautions are not heeded it may result in minor injury and or possible. machine damage, This means that if precautions are not heeded it may result in serious injury or possibly even. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS,Introduction, This manual is provided by JET covering the safe operation and maintenance procedures for model. DC 1100VX Series Dust Collectors This manual contains instructions on installation safety precautions general. operating procedures maintenance instructions and parts breakdown This machine has been designed and. constructed to provide consistent long term operation if used in accordance with instructions set forth in this. manual If there are any questions or comments please contact either your local supplier or JET JET can also be. reached at our website www jettools com,Specifications. DC 1100VX BK Base Machine with 30 Micron Filter Bag Kit 708657K. DC 1100VX 5M Base Machine with 5 Micron Filter Bag Kit 708658K. DC 1100VX CK Base Machine with Canister Filter Kit 708659K. Base Machine All Models,Model DC 1100VX,Stock Number for Base Machine only 708657. Impeller Diameter 11,Sound Rating at 3 foot distance 70 80 db. 1 Hose Connection Diameter in 6,2 Hose Connection Diameter in 4. Air Flow CFM 1 100,Velocity at 4 FPM 8 464,Static Pressure inch of water 10 5. Overall Dimensions approx with filter kit installed in 37L x 28W x 79H. Motor TEFC 1 1 2 HP 1PH 115 230V Prewired 115V 11 5 5 A 60Hz. Power cord length ft 6,Hose length in 70,Net Weight approximate lbs 103. 30 Micron Filter Bag Kit,Stock Number 708636F,Filter Bag Efficiency 96 of 30 micron particles. Filter Bag Length installed in 32,Filter and Collector Bag Diameter in 20. Collector Bag Capacity cu ft 5 3,Collector Bag Length in 29. 5 Micron Filter Bag Kit,Stock Number 708636MF, Filter Bag Efficiency 98 of 5 micron particles 92 of 3 micron 74 of 1 micron. Filter Bag Length installed in 32,Filter and Collector Bag Diameter in 20. Collector Bag Capacity cu ft 5 3,Collector Bag Length installed in 29. Canister Filter Kit,Stock Number 708639B,Canister Length in 25. Canister Efficiency 86 of 1 micron particles 98 of 2 micron particles. Collector Bag Diameter in 20,Collector Bag Capacity cu ft 5 3. Collector Bag Length installed in 29,IR Remote Control Unit Optional Accessory. Stock Number main unit and remote control switch 115V only 708636C. Stock Number Remote Control Switch only 708636T, The above specifications were current at the time this manual was published but because of our policy of. continuous improvement JET reserves the right to change specifications at any time and without prior notice. without incurring obligations, Read and understand the entire contents of this manual before attempting set up or operation. Failure to comply may cause serious injury,Unpacking Shipping Content. The table below lists the shipping cartons that are Base Unit. included with the models of the DC 1100VX Dust,Collector SN 708657. 1 Locate your particular model and verify that you 1 Housing A. have received all of the correct cartons 2 Hose Clamps B. 2 Check contents of each carton against the ship ping 1 Impeller Motor Fan Assembly D. content listings on this and the following page 1 Inlet Port E. 3 Report any damage to your distributor 1 Impeller Cover F. 3 Support Legs G, 4 Do not discard any shipping material until after the 1 Base H. dust collector has been assembled and is running 4 Casters J. properly 1 Cone K,1 Support Bracket L,SN 708636MF,SN 708639B. 30M Filter Bag Kit,5M Filter Bag Kit,SN 708636F,Canister Filter Kit. 1 Owner s Manual not shown,1 Warranty Card not shown. 1 Hardware Bag Base Unit SN DC1100 HP,1 Hardware Bag Cone Assly SN DC1100 HP2. DC 1100VX BK x x,DC 1100VX CK x x,DC 1100VX 5M x x. Table DC 1100VX Dust Collector cartons,Hardware Bag for Base Unit SN DC1100 HP. 16 M8 x 16 Hex Cap Screws K,22 M8 Flat Washers L,08 M6 x 12 Pan Head Flange Screws M. 06 M8 Hex Nuts N,Base Unit Hardware,Hardware Bag for Cone Assembly SN DC1100 HP2. 1 M8 x 16 Hex Cap Screw O,1 M8 Flat Washer P,1 M8 Hex Nut R. 4 M6 x 12 Hex Cap Screws S,4 M6 Hex Nuts T,Cone Assembly Hardware. Base Machine Shipping Contents,Canister Filter Kit 30 Micron Bag Filter Kit. SN 708639B SN 708636F,1 Handle O 1 Upper Bag Hanger Y. 1 Canister Filter P 1 Hanger Bracket Z,1 Snap Ring Q 1 Collector Bag X. 5 Collector Bags R 1 Filter Bag W, 1 Canister Filter Hardware Bag SN DC1100 CHP 1 Retainer Strap AA. 2 M10 Hex Nuts S,2 M10 Flat Washers T,1 M10 Lock Washer U. Filter Bag Kit Contents,5 Micron Bag Filter Kit,SN 708636MF. 1 Upper Bag Hanger BB,1 Hanger Bracket CC,1 Filter Bag DD. 5 Collector Bags EE,1 Retainer Strap FF,1 Snap Ring GG. Canister Filter Kit Contents,Canister Filter Hardware. SN DC1100 CHP,Canister Filter Hardware,Base Unit Assembly. 1 Install four casters to the underside of the base as. pictured in Fig 2,Referring to Figure 1,2 Thread the hex nut B onto the caster shaft Then. slide the lock washer A over the caster shaft, Thread the caster shaft into the threaded hole on the. underside of the base turn until snug Tighten the,nut B against the base with a 14mm wrench This. will give the caster proper clearance Figure 1,Motor and Fan Assembly. Referring to Figure 2,3 Place the base C with casters on the ground. Attach the motor and fan assembly A to the base, using four each M8 x 16 hex cap screws and M8 flat. washers B Tighten with a 13mm wrench,The dust collector must not be. connected to the power source during assembly Figure 2. Failure to comply may result in serious injury,Referring to Figure 3. 4 Attach impeller cover A to impeller housing D,using eight M6 x 12 pan head screws B Press the. inlet ports C onto the inlet guard until it snaps into. To reduce the risk of injury from, moving parts always keep inlet port covered with the. caps provided if they are not connected to a hose,Failure to comply may result in serious injury. Connector Housing,5 Attach three support legs A Fig 4 to the base. using six M8 x 16 hex cap bolts and six M8 flat,washers B Fig 4 Hand tighten only at this time. 6 Install the housing A Fig 5 to two support legs B. Fig 5 using four M8 x 16 hex cap bolts eight M8 flat. washers and four M8 hex nuts C Fig 5 Be sure,hose opening faces fan housing. Note For filter bag models only Before attaching,third support bracket place the hanger bracket D. Fig 5 between the support bracket and the,housing This action is not necessary for canister. filter units, 7 Tighten all nuts and bolts at this time with a 13mm. wrench Figure 5,Cone Assembly,Referring to Figure 6. 8 Mount the cone support bracket E to the housing,with four M6x12 hex cap screws F and tighten from. beneath with four M6 hex nuts G,9 Install the cone H from beneath using the M8x16. hex cap screw J M8 flat washer K and M8 hex,nut L and tighten. Referring to Figure 7 Figure 6, 10 Attach the hose B between the collector housing. A and the impeller housing D with two clamps C,Tighten the clamps to secure the hose. This completes the Base Unit assembly If you purchased. the DC 1100VX BK or DC 1100VX 5M Dust Collector, filter bag versions continue on the following page If. you purchased the DC 1100VX CK Dust Collector, canister filter version proceed to Canister Kit Assembly. section on page 12,Filter Bag Kit Assembly,If you purchased a DC 1100VX BK or DC 1100VX 5M. Dust Collector this section describes the assembly and. installation of the contents of the Filter Bag Kit SN. 708636F or 708636MF,Filter Bag Installation,Referring to Figure 8. 1 Place the hanger A on the hanger bracket B, 2 Slide the filter bag loop C over the hanger hook. 3 Feed the retainer strap D through the loops on the. filter bag E and fasten to the collector housing F. Collector Bag Installation 30 Micron Kit,Referring to Figure 9. 4 Insert the ring of the collector bag A at an angle into. the housing B through the opening at the bottom, Pull down on the bag to make sure it seats in the Figure 8. 5 Position the plastic window in front so that you can. easily see when the collector bag is full,Collector Bag Installation 5 Micron Kit. The 5 Micron Filter Bag Kit includes clear plastic collector. bags Refer to Figures 11 and 12 on the next page along. with the accompanying instructions to install these. After completing the filter bag and collector bag,installation proceed to Electrical Connections. Canister Kit Assembly, If you purchased Model DC 1100VX CK Dust Collector. this section describes the assembly and installation of the. contents of the Canister Kit SN 708639B,Canister Filter. 1 Mount the handle onto the canister filter with two. M10 hex nuts two M10 flat washers and a M10 lock,washer Figure 10. 2 Mount the canister filter on top of the collector. housing A Fig 5 and tighten the knobs on the,canister filter Figure 10. Collector Bag, 3 Place the snap ring over the top of the plastic bag. and fold the bag over the ring approximately three. inches as shown in Figure 11, 4 Insert the snap ring A Figure 12 of the collector. bag into the bottom of the housing at an angle, 5 Pull down on the snap ring to make sure it seats in. the housing,Note Make sure the snap ring snaps into place. in the housing and also that the plastic bag hangs. down approximately 3 inches so that there are no,Electrical Connections Dust Collector RF Remote. All electrical connections must Power Control Optional. be done by a qualified electrician, All adjustments or repairs must be done with the The DC RC Remote Power Control Figure 14 should. dust collector disconnected from the power source be used for activating Dust Collection units powered by. unplugged Failure to comply may result in serious 115V only up to 1 1 2HP The DC RC Remote Power. injury Control unit is rated at 115V Single Phase only Use an. The DC 1100VX dust collectors all models are rated at outlet rated at least 20 amps The circuit for the device. 115 230V Prewired 115V Use a plug and outlet rated being controlled by the DC RC should also be protected. at least 20 amps The circuit for the machine should by a minimum 20 amp circuit breaker or fuse. also be protected by a minimum 20 amp circuit breaker Before hooking up to the power source make sure that. or fuse Keep in mind that a circuit being used by other the switch is initially in the off position on both the dust. machines tools lights heaters etc at the same time collector and remote control unit Figure 13. will add to the electrical load, A dedicated circuit to the dust collector will give you the Turning the DC RC On Off. best results since dust collectors are generally used at This machine is intended for. the same time other tools are running,indoor use only. Plug the dust collector into the main unit Figure 14 and. Turning the Machine On Off plug the main unit into the power outlet. This machine is intended for To start a machine or device. indoor use only 1 Turn the machine itself on, 2 On the main unit place the switch to the ON position. All Models,Figure 13A The red LED on the main unit should. Before hooking up to the power source make sure that light up. the switch is in the off position, 3 Press the button on the remote control transmitter. Turn the dust collector on by pressing the Start button Figure 14 to turn the machine on. mounted next to the motor Press the Stop button to turn. 4 To stop the machine press the button on the,off the dust collector. remote control transmitter again,Remote Control Optional Accessory. The DC RC RF Remote Power Control unit is available. as an optional accessory see your dealer or contact. Customer Service by calling the number on the cover. Important The DC RC Remote Power Control SN, 708636C can be used for activating Dust Collection. units powered by 115V only up to 1 1 2HP If your dust. collector is currently set up for 230V operation or you. choose to convert it to 230V at a later time you must. purchase the DC RC230 Remote Power Control unit,SN 708636D. Figure 13A Figure 13B,When the machine is running it can be stopped by. placing the switch on the main unit in the off position. Figure 13B To restart repeat steps 3 and 4, Changing Operating Frequency Note Mounting hardware is not included and must be. supplied by the machine s owner or user, If several devices are controlled by the same type. remote control unit each remote control unit can be set 1 Place RC Power Control Unit A on the open. to operate at its own unique operating frequency as clearing of the base B of the dust collector near. follows the motor C, Referring to Figure 15 2 Using a marker mark the base through the. mounting holes of the power control units mounting. 1 Unplug the DC RC Remote Power Control unit tabs, 2 Remove the back covers of the main unit A and 3 Drill two holes D through the base where marked. remote control switch B,4 Insert screws through the tabs and base Place. 3 Locate the DIP switch C in each unit washers and hex nuts on the threaded ends of the. 4 Change the position of the DIP switches in the main screw underneath the base and tighten. unit A to any combination desired as long as they, are not the same as other units that may be present. and located within the radio frequency range,5 Set the DIP switches C in the remote control. switch B to match the switch settings in the main,6 Replace the back covers to the main unit and. remote control switch,7 Operate a device as described in Turning the DC. RC On Off and verify that other devices using the,same type remote control do not turn on. Installing the DC RC Remote Power,Control Optional Accessory. The DC RC Remote Power Control unit can be placed, anywhere for convenience and portability if used to. control other machines or it can be mounted as a,permanent part of a machine such as the DC 1100VX. Dust Collector,To mount the DC RC Remote Power Control refer to. Cleaning the Filter DC 1100VX CK,Maintenance,Never perform maintenance on this. Never perform maintenance on this machine before turning switch off and removing. machine before turning switch off and removing plug from power source Failure to comply may. plug from power source Failure to comply may cause serious injury. cause serious injury Clean both the canister filter and collector bags. frequently to keep the collector s performance at its. Cleaning the Filter Bag DC 1100VX BK optimum, and DC 1100VX 5M To clean the filter turn the handle a couple of rotations. so the dust falls into the collection bag,Wearing a particle mask or. respirator for protection against fine dust particles Removing the Collector Bag DC 1100VX. during cleaning is highly recommended CK and DC 1100VX 5M. During first use and after cleaning the filter bag may. allow some dust to escape This is normal and will stop Wearing a particle mask or. after a short period of time respirator for protection against fine dust particles. Clean both the filter and collector bags frequently to during cleaning is highly recommended. keep the collector s performance at its optimum To 1 Disconnect the machine from the power source. clean outlet, 1 Disconnect the machine from the power source 2 Remove the collector bag by pushing the ring of. 2 Unhook the filter bag from the hanger and shake the collector bag upwards at an angle and. the bag so that the majority of the dust falls into pulling the bag and snap ring out. the collector bag 3 Empty the contents into an appropriate. 3 Loosen the retaining strap and remove the filter container. bag from the housing To replace the collector bag refer to the Collector Bag. 4 Turn the bag inside out and clean Installation on page 12. 5 Turn the bag outside in and re attach to the,housing using the retainer strap to secure. Make frequent inspections of the motor fan and blow out. Removing the Collector Bag DC 1100VX with low pressure air hose or vacuum any. BK accumulation of foreign material in order to maintain. normal motor ventilation,1 Disconnect the machine from the power source. 2 Remove the collector bag by pushing the ring of Connecting the Dust Collector to a. the collector bag upwards and pulling the bag Machine. out at an angle, Use the proper type hose to connect the dust collector. 3 Empty the contents into an appropriate to the machine being operated Dryer vent hose is not. container acceptable for this purpose Contact your nearest JET. 4 Turn the bag inside out and clean distributor for the full line of JET Dust Collector Hoses. and Accessories Customize your installation and obtain. 5 Turn the bag outside in and insert into the,maximum performance with JET dust hoods hoses. housing clamps fittings and blast gates, To replace the collector bag refer to Collector Bag. Installation on page 11 Grounding the Dust Collection System. Use the proper type hose to connect the dust collector The dust collection system includes the dust collector. to the machine being operated Dryer vent hose is not and the hose or ductwork you use to connect the tools. acceptable for this purpose Contact your nearest JET The dust collector is grounded through the ground wire. distributor for the full line of JET Dust Collector Hoses in the cord The hose or ductwork you use to connect. and Accessories Customize your installation and the tool to the dust collector must also be grounded. obtain maximum performance with JET dust hoods,hoses clamps fittings and blast gates.