Questions to consider when choosing CRAFTSMAN CMXEVBE17595 16 Gallon 6.5 Peak HP Wet Dry Vac
HEAVY-DUTY Powerful 6.5 peak HP provides extra power for large projects in the garage, shop and on the jobsite. BUILT-IN BLOWER PORT Rear blowing port on this wet dry vac allows for quick cleaning of leaves and grass clippings in your garage and outdoors. OVERSIZED DRAIN Built-in oversized drain on the wet dry vac allows for convenient emptying of liquids. DUAL-FLEX TECHNOLOGY 2-1 2 in. diameter shop vacuum hose features Dual-Flex technology for 180-degree mobility at each end to resist kinking. ACCESSORIES INCLUDED 2-1 2 in. x 7 ft. Pos-I-Lock Dual-Flex Hose, 2 Extension Wands, Utility Nozzle, Car Nozzle, Wet Nozzle, Qwik Lock Filter and Dust Collection Bag
Do you know what is the superiority of this CRAFTSMAN CMXEVBE17595 16 Gallon 6.5 Peak HP Wet Dry Vac?
The CRAFTSMAN 16 Gallon Wet Dry Vac, featuring our most powerful 6.5 peak HP motor, is the ideal solution for tackling large cleanup projects in the garage or on the jobsite that need the most power. Large scale renovations, builds, or floods are an easy task for this large shop vacuum. This wet dry vac includes a car nozzle, utility nozzle and wet nozzle. Also included is a large 2-1 2 in. diameter hose with added Dual-Flex that resists kinks and crushing. On-board hose storage plus accessory and power cord organizers help eliminate unneeded hassle and reduce overall storage space. The Qwik Lock Filter Fastening System allows for quick and easy wet dry vacuum filter changes. Equipped with an extra-large drain, the tank empties liquids quickly and easily. The blowing port directs high speed exhaust air through the hose giving you the ability to go from cleaning up from a renovation to blasting yard waste from the deck.
Customer reviewsMuch quieter than expected
I bought this to help with dust collection for a table saw router table rolling bench I am building. I was planning to put a cyclone dust separator in front of this and build some sort of sound baffle, but having used this I decided that was unnecessary.