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Old Mon 14 September 2009, 18:47
DMS
Just call me: Sharma #9 India
 
Rajasthan
India
Flexible Hose required in India

Besides all efforts I could not find suitable 4" flexible hose supplier in India for my dust management system.

I tried
http://www.rolytube.com/swr.html
http://www.hkindustries.co.in/vtube.htm
http://www.vactechcomposites.com/vac...-supplier.html

#3 suits, but they do not supply small quantity.

Is there any Indian supplier, someone may help ?
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Old Mon 14 September 2009, 20:39
Doug_Ford
Just call me: Doug #3
 
Conway (Arkansas)
United States of America
You ought to build a cool gantry system like Alan in South Africa.
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Old Tue 15 September 2009, 01:41
javeria
Just call me: Irfan #33
 
Bangalore
India
just go to any duct shop in Jaipur, I got mine for INR 45 per meter, there are expensive ones but this one would be enough, see my thread to see how it looks.

RGDS
IRfan
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Old Tue 15 September 2009, 10:01
DMS
Just call me: Sharma #9 India
 
Rajasthan
India
Dust Shoe

Thanks for Input,

Flexible Bigger sizes are not available locally.

Pics of my Dust Shoe, made of my bike tube

I am in process of building 2 HP cyclone. This comment started a thread drift that has been moved here
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File Type: jpg Pipe Holder.JPG (74.0 KB, 263 views)

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Old Tue 15 September 2009, 10:53
javeria
Just call me: Irfan #33
 
Bangalore
India
Cyclone will be the best thing you do for your lungs Sharmaji!
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Old Tue 15 September 2009, 18:01
DMS
Just call me: Sharma #9 India
 
Rajasthan
India
You are right Irfan, I admire your and Wayne Cyclone, I should also stop using these

Can you post closer pic of your hose?
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Old Wed 16 September 2009, 03:43
sailfl
Just call me: Nils #12
 
Winter Park, FL
United States of America
Sharma,

Okay, I will ask, what are the yellow things?
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Old Wed 16 September 2009, 04:30
javeria
Just call me: Irfan #33
 
Bangalore
India
Nils those are the El Cheapo masks - Sharmaji don't use em - those are suicide. use the one's similar with ISI mark, they are lighter in color and there is a fused stitch around.
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Old Wed 16 September 2009, 06:07
DMS
Just call me: Sharma #9 India
 
Rajasthan
India
Flexible pipe which is available is hard one, if you could post a closup pic of your Hose then I should show print to vendors ?

Yep these are masks and closely fits mouth and nose, El chepo one but 3 layered, remarkable performance, rated for 0.3 micron, found no problem since a year using them. Believe me I find my nose clean after hours of cutting . $ 1 a dozen. Use 1 daily and throw away.

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Old Wed 16 September 2009, 06:22
javeria
Just call me: Irfan #33
 
Bangalore
India
AH then may be I am wrong on the masks, currently I am no where near the workshop - I am at work and I cna click a pic only tomorrow,
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