At Exapro, we offer a wide range of used dust collectors and exhausters, essential for maintaining a clean and safe working environment in the woodworking industry. These machines are designed to effectively capture and remove dust, wood chips, and other airborne particles, ensuring compliance with health and safety regulations and enhancing air quality. Our dust collectors and exhausters range in price from €2,000 for basic models to €50,000 for advanced, high-capacity units from leading brands like Donaldson, Nederman, Felder, and Schuko. Each machine features unique specifications such as airflow capacity, filtration efficiency, noise level, and automation level, ensuring they meet your specific operational needs.

When selecting a dust collector or exhauster, consider key factors such as the type and volume of dust generated, the size of your workspace, the machine's filtration efficiency, and ease of maintenance. These elements are crucial for achieving effective dust control, optimizing production efficiency, and ensuring a safe and healthy work environment. Investing in our used dust collectors and exhausters not only provides access to top-quality equipment at significantly reduced prices but also supports sustainable practices by extending the lifecycle of durable machinery. Trust in Exapro's commitment to excellent customer service and find the perfect dust collection solution to enhance your woodworking operations.

Explore Exapro’s listings today to discover reliable dust collectors and exhausters that deliver exceptional performance and value for your dust control needs in the woodworking industry.


Year: 2015

Collecting capacity 12000 m³/h
Fan engine 7.5 kW
Fan Yes
Installed power 15 kW

Segler – 16 m2 Atex dust separator

Year: 2015

Collecting capacity 3600 m³/h
Fan engine 3 kW
Fan Yes

Mion MVT mc/h 120000 Dust collector


Collecting capacity 120000 m³/h
Fan Yes
Nbr of bags 825
Fan engine 75 kW

Felder RL 200 - Clean - Air Dust Extractor Low working hours

Year: 2008

Collecting capacity 4000 m³/h
Fan Yes
Installed power 4 kW
Nbr of bags 2
Fan engine 4 kW

Alfarimini Euro 2 Dust collector

Year: 2024

Collecting capacity 3500 m³/h
Installed power 2.98285 kW

Alfarimini Euro 3 Dust collector

Year: 2024

Collecting capacity 5000 m³/h
Installed power 4.10142 kW

URBAN Technik STANDARD II EX URBAN Technik Dust collector Hot deal

Year: 2015

STANDARDII Ex professional Atex vacuum unit manufactured by URBAN TECHNIK and distributed by HOLZPROFI France. Supplied with all piping for 4 machines, 192-litre tank and control panel. 380V power supply protected by 20A tetrapolar circuit breaker.

Captair DAS CC 250 BP – 40-80 SQM Dust collector


Collecting capacity 80 m³/h
Nbr of bags 4

FIMAS -OMAR Fimas - Omar Dust collector

Year: 1995

Fimas brand substation with 40 HP suction motor, with pneumatic bag cleaning Omar substation with two 40 HP and one 30 HP suction motors, with pneumatic bag cleaning, discharge into containers. On request we can provide technical data sheets Disassembly if required, quantified separately.

Used MION and MOSOLE AF60 Dust collector

Year: 2006

Collecting capacity 60 m³/h
Fan Yes
Nbr of bags 468

AMOTEC OSF 132 Chip And Dust Extraction Plant

Year: 2015

Collecting capacity 19800 m³/h
Fan engine 4 kW


Year: 2004

Collecting capacity 18000 m³/h
Fan engine 18.5 kW
Nbr of bags 1

Hurricane JSS-3-6-44-800 Dust collector

Year: 2007

Collecting capacity 89900 m³/h

Enhancing Air Quality and Efficiency: A Comprehensive Guide to Dust Collectors and Exhausters

Dust collectors and exhausters are essential components in the woodworking industry, ensuring a clean and safe working environment by removing dust, wood chips, and other particulate matter. These systems enhance productivity, improve air quality, and protect both workers and equipment from the hazards associated with airborne dust. Understanding the different types, features, and considerations for purchasing dust collectors and exhausters can significantly enhance your woodworking operations. Exapro, a leading online marketplace for used industrial machinery, offers a diverse selection of dust collectors and exhausters, providing businesses with access to high-quality equipment at competitive prices.

Types of Dust Collectors and Exhausters

Dust collectors and exhausters come in various types and configurations to meet specific woodworking needs. Here’s an overview of the main types:

Cartridge Dust Collectors

Cartridge dust collectors use cylindrical filters to capture dust and particulates. They are known for their high efficiency and compact design.

  • Vertical Cartridge Dust Collectors: Feature vertically oriented filters, allowing for easy maintenance and filter replacement. Suitable for applications with high dust loads.
  • Horizontal Cartridge Dust Collectors: Have horizontally oriented filters, often used in applications with space constraints.

Baghouse Dust Collectors

Baghouse dust collectors use fabric filter bags to capture dust particles. They are highly effective for large-scale operations and high dust generation environments.

  • Shaker Baghouse Collectors: Use a shaking mechanism to clean the filter bags, suitable for smaller operations.
  • Reverse Air Baghouse Collectors: Use a reverse airflow to clean the filter bags, ideal for continuous operation in large-scale applications.
  • Pulse Jet Baghouse Collectors: Utilize short bursts of compressed air to clean the filter bags, providing high efficiency and minimal maintenance downtime.

Cyclone Dust Collectors

Cyclone dust collectors use centrifugal force to separate dust and particulates from the air. They are often used as pre-filters to reduce the load on primary dust collectors.

  • Single-Stage Cyclone Collectors: Provide basic separation of large particles, suitable for small to medium-sized workshops.
  • Two-Stage Cyclone Collectors: Combine a cyclone stage with a secondary filter stage for enhanced dust removal, ideal for larger operations.

Portable Dust Collectors

Portable dust collectors are designed for mobility and flexibility, allowing them to be moved to different locations as needed.

  • Single-Stage Portable Collectors: Use a single filtration stage, suitable for small workshops and specific tasks.
  • Two-Stage Portable Collectors: Offer enhanced dust collection with a cyclone pre-filter and secondary filter, ideal for larger workshops and more demanding applications.

Downdraft Tables

Downdraft tables integrate dust collection into a work surface, capturing dust and particles at the source. They are particularly useful for sanding, grinding, and other hand-held operations.

  • Standard Downdraft Tables: Provide a flat work surface with integrated dust collection, suitable for various manual tasks.
  • Portable Downdraft Tables: Offer mobility and flexibility, ideal for workshops with limited space or the need for temporary setups.

Key Features and Specifications

When selecting a dust collector or exhauster, it is crucial to consider specific features and specifications to ensure the machine meets your operational requirements. Key factors include:

Airflow Capacity (CFM)

The airflow capacity, measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM), determines the volume of air the system can move. Ensure the dust collector or exhauster can handle the airflow requirements of your woodworking operations. Exapro’s listings provide detailed specifications on airflow capacity, helping you find a machine that matches your needs.

Filtration Efficiency

Filtration efficiency is critical for ensuring the effective removal of dust and particulates. Look for systems with high-efficiency filters, such as HEPA filters, which can capture fine dust particles and improve air quality.

Dust Storage Capacity

The dust storage capacity determines how much dust the system can hold before it needs to be emptied. Larger capacity systems are ideal for high-volume operations, reducing downtime for maintenance.

Noise Level

The noise level of the dust collector or exhauster is an important consideration, especially in indoor environments. Look for machines designed to operate quietly, ensuring a comfortable working environment.

Portability and Flexibility

Consider whether you need a stationary system or a portable one that can be moved around the workshop. Portable systems offer flexibility but may have lower capacity compared to stationary systems.

Build Quality and Durability

The build quality and durability of the machine are essential for long-term operational efficiency. Machines constructed from high-quality materials, such as robust metal casings and durable filters, are more resistant to wear and tear. Easy-to-maintain designs and accessible components simplify maintenance, reducing downtime and operational costs. Exapro provides information on the condition and maintenance history of used machines, aiding in informed decision-making.

Safety Features

Safety is paramount in woodworking operations. Look for systems with safety features such as explosion-proof designs, spark arrestors, and automatic shut-off mechanisms to protect operators and equipment.

Leading Brands in Dust Collectors and Exhausters

Reputable brands ensure higher quality and better support. Here are some top brands in the dust collector and exhauster market:

  • Donaldson Torit: Known for their high-precision and innovative dust collection systems, Donaldson Torit offers robust solutions suitable for various woodworking applications.
  • Nederman: Renowned for their durable and advanced technology, Nederman’s systems are popular in the woodworking industry.
  • Felder: Provides a range of high-performance dust collectors, known for their reliability and efficiency in demanding applications.
  • Jet: Offers versatile dust collection systems characterized by efficiency and robustness, suitable for large-scale operations.
  • Oneida Air Systems: Known for high-quality cyclone dust collectors designed for precision and high-capacity dust collection, ideal for complex and high-volume woodworking projects.

Exapro features equipment from these and other reputable brands, ensuring access to reliable and well-supported machinery.

Pricing of Used Dust Collectors and Exhausters

The cost of used dust collectors and exhausters varies widely based on factors such as age, condition, brand, and specific features. Generally, prices can range from a few hundred to several tens of thousands of dollars. For example, a used Jet portable dust collector might be priced around $500 to $1,500, while a high-end Donaldson Torit cartridge dust collector could cost between $10,000 and $30,000. Exapro’s marketplace offers a range of pricing options, providing transparency and competitive deals for buyers.


Dust collectors and exhausters are essential tools in the woodworking industry, offering efficient and reliable solutions for maintaining a clean and safe working environment. By understanding the different types of systems and key factors to consider when purchasing, businesses can make informed decisions that enhance their operational capabilities. Exapro offers a comprehensive platform for sourcing high-quality used machinery, providing detailed listings and competitive pricing. Whether you need a cartridge dust collector, a baghouse system, a cyclone collector, or a portable unit, Exapro’s extensive inventory and user-friendly interface make it easy to find the right equipment for your woodworking operations.