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PSI Woodworking D50A 4-Inch by 50 Flexible Dust Collection Hose


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  • Flexible woodworking dust-collection hose
  • Durable, flexible hose for home uses
  • Wire-reinforced vinyl
  • 1 Hose
  • 50-Feet long, 4-Inch diameter, 0.05-Inch thick; 2-year warranty
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PSI Woodworking D50A 4-Inch by 50 Flexible Dust Collection Hose + Big Horn 11741PK 4-Inch Key Hose Clamp, 5-Pack + Woodstock W1044 4-to-2-1/2-Inch Reducer
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Item Weight9.9 pounds
Product Dimensions48 x 5.5 x 5 inches
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Item model numberD50A
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0000223Y0
Best Sellers Rank #21,888 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Keep the dust where it belongs with this wire-reinforced vinyl hose. It's strong, durable, and flexible enough to easily position where you want it. Best of all, this hose will not collapse, even under heavy suction. Ground your collection system with the wire at either end of the hose.

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Customer Reviews

This is similar to a dryer vent hose.
extinguisherbob
Again it works very well and the flexibility makes it much easier to get everything connected.
D. S. Martin
When expanded, the hose is more than 50 feet long.
North Sunny

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 69 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Held on May 15, 2004
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I have a 600 CFM vacuum (JET), a garbage can separator, and then 50' of this. I move it from router to planer to jointer. It works very well. My only caution is : Open it in a well ventelated area - the plastic odor from mine was VERY strong for about 48 hours. (Now there is no odor.)

Update: 11 months later: After frequent "hobby" level use all year, I'm still very pleased with this product. It shows no sign of collapse or holes from being dragged around my garage shop.

Update: March 2007 - 3 years later: Still going strong!

Update: July 2008 - 4 years and counting - still working great after being dragged around for countless hours.
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62 of 64 people found the following review helpful By David Lindamood on November 13, 2001
I had a choice in hose selection when planning out my DC system. I figured I needed about 50 feet in connection my 6 pieces of equipment. I could either purchase this hose or 5 ten foot lengths of the "other" black hose. I bought this 50 foot hose and one ten foot section for comparision. I'm glad I got this hose.
Granted, the 50 foot hose is not as thick, but it is thick enough and sturdy enough for all my applications. It is much easier to work with, more flexible. For the price, this hose is the way to go. Even in cutting the hose, I had to poke a hole thru the hose with a pointed pair of scissors. The semi-blunted end of the wire cutters would not poke a hole in the hose!!
The ten foot hose has to be cut in the exact length needed, it will not collapse if cut too long. If cut too short...... The 50 foot hose will collapse, and if you have a machine on coasters, then when properly planned, will expand when the machine is used. The 50 foot hose arrives in a box that is only about 4 feet long, the ten foot hose arrived in a box much larger and is not compacted (it can't be).
This hose gives more options, the only negative thing in comparsion to the 10 foot hose is, it is not as rigid, or stiff. Which can be a positive thing.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Daniel M. Senkiewicz on October 21, 2002
Even after reading the reviews, I thought it would be worth a shot to buy 50' of hose for an incredible price. It arrived in a rather small box for a 50' hose, so I had my doubts as to the likeliness of it serving my shop. After taking it out of the box it reminded me of a Slinky with a thin plastic membrane. Remarkably the hose did extend to 50'!
My application was primarily to connect my floor sweep and move it about the shop during cleanup. Unfortunately when the hose is connected to a dust collector (mine is a 2hp model) the hose will constrict (like an accordion) and collapses back to about four feet. Next, I tried to use it with some of my connections, but the same problem prevented the hose from being practical.
Lastly - I decided to use the hose as an exhaust for moving air through the finishing area. Works fine for this application. I would highly recommend using the Jet hose or solid tubing for a DC connection. This was not a wise investment however it was also not too costly.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By James L. Niedermeier on February 9, 2002
I have used this hose exclusively to run dust collection in my home shop and prefer it to any others I have seen. It's lightness and flexibility make it easy to handle and it is easy to add blast gates, "Y's" & "T's" as neccessary. That being said, were I equipping a professional shop, I would probably err on the side of longevity and go with the heavy plastic or even metal to resist injury and what might end up hurtling through the collection system. I would make the same decision again and am reordering more of this hose at this time. If durability were the only factor, we would all wear army boots and the sales of sandals and sneakers would be nil. Comfort and ease of use are the guidelines here. Highly Recommend!
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Fell on January 24, 2000
I was leary of the price, but the hose works fine. It is not as nice as the hard plastic but not nearly as pricy either. I have my Sl Comp Mitre and my table saw hooked up. Works fine.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By David Giles on July 20, 2004
As a new woodworker, I recently installed a dust collector system. PVC pipe runs under the workbench to a tee with two slide gates. One leg goes to the table saw using the hard flexible pipe and pvc connections. The other leg goes to a cyclone lid on a metal can. PSI Flexible hose from the metal can is connected to the jointer or the planer. So I have used every type of piping except metal. Here are some observations:

The 50ft of flexible piping is the most useful of all. It is plenty strong and is tear resistant. It is quite suitable for horizontal runs and for moving between machines. There is no problem with it tearing accidentally. It is not suitable for elevated horizontal runs (too flexible) and will be crushed if one steps on it. So avoid putting it in walkways.

A great use is for expansion joints and short connections. PVC pipe will not connect to the hard flexible pipe. No possible way. But a 9" piece of PSI flex duct can be made to connect to pvc pipe, pvc elbows, hard flex pipe connectors, etc.

Also 50 ft is way too much. I only used about 20 ft total. Handling 50 ft is likely trying to handle a 50 ft slinky.

The 10 ft long hard flexible duct is basically worthless stuff. Why would any use it instead of 4" S&D pvc is beyond me. I connected a piece to the table saw only because I had it. And I bought it because "all woodworkers use this stuff, right?". Bah, save your money. Buy PSI flex duct and PVC pipe.
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