- Tech Specs
Low weight, compact dimensions and a host of innovative details – the new CTM MIDI compact extractor impresses in all aspects and now even extracts dust from dust class M. It has intuitive touch operation, a smooth suction hose and a level storage area for tools and consumables. Manual dedusting and being able to replace the main filter from the outside ensure long-lasting work that protects your health. Includes integrated Bluetooth® technology – the mobile dust extractor is automatically started by the Bluetooth® battery pack or by the remote control. Also has an internal hose holder, SYSTAINER T-LOC connection and practical cord holder for tidiness and speed. All this together conveniently ensures clean air during service and installation work.
- For hazardous wood dust and mineral dust from dust class M with limit values ≥ 0.1 mg/m³
- On-site extraction for electric power tools for minor or brief sanding, routing, sawing and drilling work
- Ideal for mobile use in service and installation work and for final cleaning
- Suitable for both wet and dry extraction (special wet filter required for wet extraction)
CTM MIDI 15L Dust Extractor
|Maximum Vacuum||24,000 Pa|
|Filter Surface Area||3,369 cm2|
|Container/Filter Bag Capacity||15 L / 12.5 L|
|Power Consumption||Max 1,200 W|
|Dust Approval Rating||Dust Class M - medium risk|
|Mains Cable||Rubber insulated|
|Mains Cable Length||7.5 m|
|Dimensions - L x W x H||470 x 320 x 495 mm|
Important Information Regarding Circuit Breaker Electrical Standard
Festool dust extractors are fitted with a circuit breaker for safety when a connected load of 1200 watts is exceeded. Some tools that draw higher wattage can trigger the circuit breaker and if initiated requires the reset button above the socket to be pushed in and reset.
When requiring to use larger wattage tools with dust extraction it is recommended the tool is operated off a separate outlet and a Bluetooth system can then be used to switch the dust extractor on and off as required.
When using tools it is recommended you always use the correct consumable for best results as even lower wattage tools can trip the circuit breaker if the system isn’t matched to the application. (e.g.: saw blade not matched to material)