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PowerSmith 3 - in - 1 Ash Vacuum

Blain # 720041 | Mfr # PAVC101

$79.99
Sale $69.00 through 2/8/2015

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Blain's - PowerSmith 3 - in - 1 Ash Vacuum
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Features

  • Specifically designed to clean warm and cool ashes out of Fireplaces, Wood Stoves, Pellet Stoves, and BBQ grills
  • Washable and Replaceable heat - resistant filter (Blain # 720044) system captures the finest dust and ash
  • Holds up to 3 gallons of ashes.
  • Quiet and powerful 10 Amp Motor
  • 3 - in - 1 design means the unit can be used as an Ash Vac, Utility Vac, and Blower.
  • Convenient top carry handle and on - board storage for accessories

Technical Description

16 foot power cord included
Rated Input Power: 10 Amps
Canister Size: 5.2 gallons
Ash Capacity: 3 gallons
Noise Level: 79 db
Max. Ash Temp: 140 degrees
Weight: 9 lbs
Contents: Ash Vac, Filter, Metal Hose, Metal Nozzle, Wheeled Base, (2) Straight Extension Wands, Brush Nozzle and Turbo Nozzle
Voltage: 120V

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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store
price and availability
Ronda W on Jan 21, 2015
reviews were good
David S on Jan 16, 2015
highest rated ash vacuum from you at lowest cost
Paul W on Jan 18, 2015
I just ordered this item so I haven't tried it yet but I researched it a bit and it has the stronger 10 amp motor compared with 6 amp of well known brand, both 3 gallon, yet this was the quieter decibels of 75 db motor. First priority was for both cold AND WARM ash which this does. One other thing, it has wheels connected to its base! Sounds good to me. :) The reviews were good other than a short hose. I see there is now a 10' hose as an extra item for additional cost. And this is 1/3 the cost
nancy m on Jan 15, 2015
Are the attachments heat resistant and can be used with warm ash?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: The body of the vac, tube, and main wand are all metal. Internally, the filter is a thick material which resists heat/ash. This is intended to be used with warm ashes direct from a stove. I've been using it for a year on a pellet stove which was recently firing with no issues.
Reply · Report · Mark D on Feb 19, 2014
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shipping free?
A shopper on Nov 1, 2013
Best Answer: We apologize but we do not have any shipping promo codes available at this time. Our apologies for any inconvenience.
Reply · Report · Tanya VStaff on Nov 1, 2013
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we just purchased a pellet stove, it is our understanding along with the attachments you show on your product we also will need a long (straw like) hose to clean the firing mechanisms when we do our yearly cleaning. If so, do these come with the attachments? at this time of year are you having any type of "free" shipping or promotions going on? thank you I would certainly appreciate it. look forward to your response.
Pam M on Nov 9, 2014
Best Answer: Thank you for your interest in our products. I do not see that attachment in the kit.

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Reply · Report · Mike FStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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Does it have replaceable or washable filter??
A shopper on Oct 24, 2013
Best Answer: The filter is removable. I can't speak to the availability of a replacement filter, though. The filter itself is made of a thick material that is more like a vinyl rather than paper, so--again--I'm assuming it's hand washable.

That said, I've been using the vacuum for a year on a pellet and wood stove. It has been reliable and effective. No dust escapes, and cleanup has been easy. Suction feels slightly weaker than expected, but I attribute that to the heavy filtration required.
Reply · Report · Mark D on Oct 24, 2013
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Can the vacuum be used to pick up drywall dust?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2015
Best Answer: I have only used mine for ash. However both ash and Gypsum the material used in drywall are about the same in terms of abrasive properties. Gypsum being so fine might require a tad bit more cleaning of the vacuum. Great vacuum, certainly worth a try.
Reply · Report · Michael H on Jan 26, 2015
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How long is the hose that comes with the vacuum when you purchase it?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: I bought it in September 2013, the hose in about 49 inches front end to where it hooks into the green can base. There are also attachments that will extend length of hose depending on which attachment
Reply · Report · Robyn O on Jan 7, 2014
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Does the vacuum come with all the attachments? Should I also purchase the replacement filter?
Kathleen on Mar 17, 2014
Best Answer: I've had mine for a couple of years and still have not replaced the filter. It's pretty easy to knock the ashes off of the filter when you empty it although be sure to do that outside and upwind of the filter. The vacuum comes with all the attachments you need.
Reply · Report · Dennis T on Mar 18, 2014
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I have had this vacuum for about 3 years and loved. it. All of a sudden the other day when I went to clean out my pellet stove instead of the ashes blowing into the vacuum they came out of the air blow out nozzle and had ashes all over my living room. It was a mess to clean up. Does anyone know why this happened?
A shopper on Jan 9, 2015
Best Answer: The filter wasn't seated properly or your filter has a hole in it. Either will cause ash to enter the vacuum motor housing and exit through the exhaust port. I had a torn filter and had to take the motor housing apart and clean as best I could. It's not too difficult to do, but requires a little patience and attention to detail. I recommend getting a new filter and cleaning the housing as best you can. Mine works like a charm after the new filter and cleaning.
Reply · Report · Peter E on Jan 20, 2015
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Why is it called a 3 In one vacuum?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2014
Best Answer: Hello! 3 - in - 1 design means the unit can be used as an Ash Vac, Utility Vac, and Blower.
Reply · Report · Brandy CStaff on Dec 17, 2014
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