Filter Material in Wet Dry Vacuum Filters
WORKSHOP shop vacuum filters contain more filter material than most competitors.
What does that mean to you?
Having more square inches of material does a number of things for a user. Primarily, the more surface area available to filter the air the slower a filter becomes clogged with debris.
Why does that matter?
- When your filter clogs you reduce the performance by reducing the airflow. In other words your vacuum will not suck as well.
- If your filter is clogged then your shop vacuum motor has to work harder to pull the air. Any time a motor has to work harder it typically can shorten it’s life.
Learn more about filters, and here is an infographic that talks about material in a WORKSHOP filter…
Learn more about WORKSHOP Wet/Dry Vacs