Festool CT 36 E AC CleanTec Dust Extractor Review


FESTOOL CT 36 E AC CLEAN TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Dust Capacity: 0.3 L (1 Gallon)

Capacity: 1.0 L (2 Gallon)

Weight: 5 kg (11 lbs. )

Size: 7 x 4 x 2 inches (18 x 12 x 8 cm)

Power Source: 110V/220V AC or 220 VAC 50Hz DC (50 Watts)

Operating Temperature Range: -20°C ~ +70°C (-4°F ~ 158°F)

FEASTOOL CT 36 E AC CLEAN TECHNICAL DETAILS:

The Festool CT 36 E Ac Clean is a compact dust collector designed for use with electric power tools. It is made from high quality materials and features a powerful motor capable of extracting up to 1.5 cubic feet per minute (ccm).

The unit comes equipped with a single speed belt drive which allows it to operate at low speeds without any issues. The CT 36 E Ac Clean is also equipped with two switches; one allowing the user to select between 110v or 220v operation, while the other switch controls the fan speed. In addition, it comes with a built-in air regulator that allows the user to dial in the ideal exhaust rate for their specific application.

NOTE: This version does not come supplied with any hose or connector. You will require a Festool CT 24 E, CT 26 E or CTA 14 E hose and connector in order to use this unit.

FEATURED BENEFITS:

Two-speed belt drive allows the tool to operate at low speeds without any issues.

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Sophisticated electronic technology enables the unit to achieve high air flow rates at low noise levels.

High capacity dust bag and filter for extended periods of operation between bag changes.

Quick release feature enables the user to change bags quickly and easily.

Easy glide wheels allow for easy transport throughout the work site.

Durable all-metal construction ensures long life and consistent performance.

COMPATIBILITY:

The CT 36 E Ac Clean is compatible with all Festool CT 24 E, CT 26 E or CTA 14 E Hoses.

ORDERING INFO:

The CT 36 E Ac Clean is only available as an accessory for the following Festool power tools:

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