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    Default What are Good sources for Spiral Duct?

    I bit the bullet this week and purchased a used Delta 7.5hp dust collector for my new shop and will be installing a duct system to my stationary machines as well as two floor sweeps. What are good sources for ducts and the other fittings I'll need. I've found Oneida on line and google came up with a bunch of other names also.

    The system I'll be putting in will have connections to the following: 20" 10hp planer, 5hp tablesaw, 3hp shaper, drill press, lathe, 6x42 belt sander, 8" jointer, 18" bandsaw and 2 floor sweeps. At some point, I may also be adding a downdraft table and wide belt sander.

    I'm looking for spiral duct and fittings up to 8" dia. for the system.

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    HVAC supply house? They won't have the special fittings for workworking (like gates), but they'll have all the duct, elbows, reducers and wyes you could possibly need.

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    Air handling in Ct. They have all you need.
    Air Handling Systems

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    Not to spam your thread, but I do have a piece or two of their stuff that is not needed. I have a tree for a 5 head moulder kicking around.

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    Try a local HVAC contractor. Many have the machines to roll spiral duct.

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    what did't you like bout oneida? i got all my stuff from them. you are only an hour away from syracuse so pick up is an option tosave on shipping

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick_B View Post
    what did't you like bout oneida? i got all my stuff from them. you are only an hour away from syracuse so pick up is an option tosave on shipping

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    I don't have any experience with Oneida and would be happy to use them if they are good and fairly priced. I am at the fishing for ideas on vendors stage and my previous experience with vendors that cater more towards the "hobby" market is that they are pretty proud of their equipment.

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    I agree - oneioda ain't cheap. I've never shopped around so i'm not sure how they may compare

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    There’s also Nordfab, Nordfab Ducting for Process Ventilation & Dust Collection

    Not cheap, but great quality and modular: easy to install and easy to modify if equipment configuration changes.

    — Greg


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