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Trend T31A Wet + Dry Vacuum Extractor

Trend T31A 1400W Wet and Dry Vacuum Dust Extractor 240v

Product Code: TR-T31A-B
£165.00 Ex Vat
£ 198.00 Inc Vat
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Trend T31A Wet + Dry Vacuum Extractor

The Trend T31A wet and dry vacuum extractor (240v) is a powerful semi-professional Class L model, with a range of useful features. It is ideal for workshop, garage and light trade applications.

What are the key features of this Trend dust extractor?

  • Dust class category L rated to EN60335-2-69, for dust with workplace limit values > 1 mg/m3
  • 1400 watt motor that is powerful but still quiet, for a comfortable and safe working environment
  • Power tool take off with auto-start feature of up to 2200 watts and 5 second run-on delay
  • 35 litre impact resistant plastic container with castors, for convenience
  • Extra long 7 metre power cable, for flexible use in even a large workshop
  • Extra long five metre hose with power tool adapter.
  • HEPA cartridge filter with 0.3 micron filter efficiency and nylon pre-filter
  • Container outlet plug for ease of emptying liquids.

Technical Spec.

  • Power input: 1400 watt (max 1600 watt)
  • Power ampage: 5.2 amp
  • Auto-start max. (230v): 2200 watt
    Auto-start min.: 50 watt
  • Airflow: 4200 L/min (70 L/s)
  • Vacuum pressure: 270 mbar
  • Negative pressure: 21 Kpa
  • Filter surface HEPA 2600 cmq
    Filter surface Pre-filter 1400 cmq
  • Filter efficiency: 0.3 micron
  • Dust category L
  • Protective class IPX4
  • Hose: 5 m x 39 mm OD
  • Container volume (dry): 35L
    Container volume (wet): 22L
  • Bag volume: 24.5L
  • Dimensions: 350 x 390 x 610 mm
  • Weight: 7 kg
  • Sound pressure Lpa 75.0 dB(A)
  • Acoustic pressure Lwa 89.0 dB(A)

Supplied With

  • 1 x HEPA Cartridge filter
  • 1 x Nylon pre-filter
  • 1 x Filter bag
  • 1 x 5 metre hose
  • 1 x Floor cleaning kit with air control valve
  • 1 x Crevice tool
  • 1 x Upholstery tool
  • 1 x No foam filter
  • 1 x Power tool adaptor stepped