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Old 07-27-2017, 12:49 PM
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Grant Kessinger responded to my request for a quote on a Stinger II SR-34. I have 3 questions that I've emailed him. Hoping for an answer.
1. What is the length and location of the electrical cord so I can plan the placement of the unit in my shop?
2. Is the unit shipped in a crate that will need to enter my shop? If so, how large is it? I have double doors that must be passed through.
3. What is the strength of the Hurricane Vacuum system in holding down various wood types? Plan on having the phenolic table top.
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Old 07-28-2017, 11:04 AM
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1. The electrical cord for the router and control box is about 10 feet long.
2. The machines are all crated here prior to shipping. The dimensions of your crate would be about: 77"W x 96" L x 78" H. Best methods for getting the crate into your shop are a forklift or a roll back truck.
3. The cfm flow on the Hurricane is about 400 and about 9.5" Hg. This will create a good flow to hold down material and prevent lift.

Please let us know if you have any other questions!!!!

We look forward to working with you
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