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WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
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WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)

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WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)
WEN 3417 3-Speed Remote-Controlled Industrial-Strength Air Filtration System (556/702/1044 CFM)

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Style: Industrial w/ RF Remote (1044 CFM)


Features

  • Includes a 1-micron filter and a 5-micron pre-filter, both of which can be easily replaced
  • Dimensions 30.3 L x 24 W x 12.2 H | Electrical Requirements 110-120V, 60 Hz, 3A | Air flow cubic feet per minute | Cover rooms up to 1000 sq ft. | Noise rating 63 to 68 dB
  • Programmable timer automatically shuts unit off after set number of minutes
  • Remote control allows users to set timer, change speed and power the unit on and off from up to 26 feet away
  • RF remote system allows for operation from any angle of the room, even if direct line of vision is obstructed

Manufacturer: ‎WEN


Part Number: ‎3417


Item Weight: ‎55 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎30.3 x 24 x 12.2 inches


Country of Origin: ‎China


Item model number: ‎3417


Style: ‎Industrial w/ RF Remote (1044 CFM)


Pattern: ‎Air Filtration System


Voltage: ‎120 Volts


Wattage: ‎360 watts


Item Package Quantity: ‎1


Sound Level: ‎63 dB


Measurement System: ‎Metric


Included Components: ‎Air Filtration System


Batteries Required?: ‎No


Date First Available: November 15, 2018


Style: Industrial w/ RF Remote (1044 CFM)


Features

  • Includes a 1-micron filter and a 5-micron pre-filter, both of which can be easily replaced
  • Dimensions 30.3 L x 24 W x 12.2 H | Electrical Requirements 110-120V, 60 Hz, 3A | Air flow cubic feet per minute | Cover rooms up to 1000 sq ft. | Noise rating 63 to 68 dB
  • Programmable timer automatically shuts unit off after set number of minutes
  • Remote control allows users to set timer, change speed and power the unit on and off from up to 26 feet away
  • RF remote system allows for operation from any angle of the room, even if direct line of vision is obstructed

Manufacturer: ‎WEN


Part Number: ‎3417


Item Weight: ‎55 pounds


Product Dimensions: ‎30.3 x 24 x 12.2 inches


Country of Origin: ‎China


Item model number: ‎3417


Style: ‎Industrial w/ RF Remote (1044 CFM)


Pattern: ‎Air Filtration System


Voltage: ‎120 Volts


Wattage: ‎360 watts


Item Package Quantity: ‎1


Sound Level: ‎63 dB


Measurement System: ‎Metric


Included Components: ‎Air Filtration System


Batteries Required?: ‎No


Date First Available: November 15, 2018


Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars | Cary
Style: Basic w/ RF Remote (400 CFM)
Does it work? The numbers don't lie...

As a hobbyist woodworker having fun and making items for the house or friends, any money I have to spare on tools and equipment is naturally going to go toward that new table saw rather than boring old dust control. I usually just ignore the tickle in my lungs (dust mask? what's that?) and blast my clothes clean with the air compressor at the end of the evening. We recently moved into a split level with an attached ground-level garage and, perplexingly, an air handler and with permanent cold air return located behind a leaky door from the garage. Not wanting to spread sawdust throughout my house for my family to breathe, and being kind of tired of all the dust anyways, I started looking into dust control measures. Decided to invest in a ShopFox dust collector, various tubing, and this WEN hanging filter. I guess that spot meant for my new planer will remain empty for a while longer. I looked at the various brands available- prices ranged up to $400 for units directly comparable to this WEN unit, but I couldn't see what would justify the added cost (seemed like bells and whistles I don't care about. It just needs to suck air through a filter, yeesh.), so I went with this WEN unit that seemed well rated and economical. The unit was very easy to install- it's entirely assembled and plugs right into a standard outlet. Just had to hang four screw hooks (included) into ceiling joists and attach to the unit's four bolt hooks (included) directly or with chains (included). The two filters (a 5 micron pleated filter and 1 micron pouch filter) were already installed and can be replaced in seconds. Filters seem inexpensive to replace- I'll see how long they last during this period of heavy house renovations and will plan to update the review accordingly. Using the unit is simple- just push the power button multiple times to select the fan speed. My only complaint is that it seems you need to use the remote if you want to set a run time, though there may be a way to do that directly on the unit through some combination of buttons. The interface is a simple, perhaps dated style, but I don't mind that. So far so good, but I wanted some objective determination of the product performance- sure, I might think the air is cleaner with the unit installed, but might I be biased, hoping the investment was worth giving up a tool I really want? Lucky for me (and you, if you care about this sort of thing), I work for a company that measures air and water quality (NanoSafe, Inc.), so I borrowed an airborne particulate measurement unit and made a few quick measurements. My wallet was happy to hear me say that my expectations were exceeded. I work out of my 2-car garage (~20'x25'), with one bay reserved for woodworking and the other for storage and fixing vehicles. I set up my 8' workbench with my table saw and miter saw and WEN unit suspended approximately above the end of the bench near the middle of the garage, with intake facing the saws. I placed the particle counter between the table saw and miter saw, set it to average measured particle concentrations for a total of five minutes and got to work. Over those five minutes, I worked at a standard "heavy" pace as if I were performing several cuts in sequence. In that time I made 4 rip cuts along a 24" pine 2"x4" (slow going using a fine 60 tooth blade- selected on purpose for maximum dust generation) and a handful of miter cuts to fill in some of the extra time. Lots of dust floating around- it's important to note that I was using the equipment (both DeWalt, FWIW) in their default state WITHOUT anyother dust collection unit attached- the table saw was just spitting the dust right out and the miter saw had its default cloth bag attached which catches some of the bigger chunks the blade tosses in its direction. This is probably unfair to the WEN, as I imagine basic point-source dust control measures are expected, but I figured I might as well see what it can do. Results are next; quick notes about the particulate matter terminology so that the numbers make sense. I concentrated on three particle size categories- 10 micrometers or less in diameter (PM10), 2.5 micrometers or less (PM2.5), and 1 micrometer or less (PM1). How bad these sizes are for your lungs depends on particle shape and composition to some extent, but generally, PM10 is considered inhalable, PM2.5 penetrates fairly deeply into your lungs, and PM1 is just gonna keep on going into lung tissue, with the smaller end getting into the bloodstream. Ideally I would have measured ultrafine particulates (i.e. nanoparticles- PM0.1), but I didn't want to risk that very expensive equipment on my side experiment. Since the WEN has 5um and 1um filters, I figure this would be a fair. Measurements were made in micrograms (ug) per cubic meter of air, and categories are inclusive- so PM10 includes EVERYTHING below 10 micrometers, including PM2.5 and PM1. Four sets of data were collected. First, I measured the garage air in its ambient state- nothing on, and work had not been performed yet that day. Second, I performed my 5-minute series of cuts without the WEN or any other filtration or ventilation while measurement was happening. I allowed the WEN to run on high for 90 minutes before collecting a third set. Finally, I performed the 5-minute work series again while the WEN ran on high and measurements were active. For reference, the US EPA standard limit for daily outdoor PM10 and PM2.5 concentrations are 150 ug/m3 and 35 ug/m3, respectively. Results below- measurements are micrograms per cubic meter: 1: Ambient Garage Air. PM1= 4 ; PM2.5= 5 ; PM10= 31 2: Heavy Woodworking, No Filtration. PM1= 21 ; PM2.5= 155 ; PM10= 4291 3. 90mins After Heavy Woodworking, WEN on HIGH. PM1= 2 ; PM2.5= 3 ; PM10= 17 4. Heavy Woodworking, WEN on HIGH. PM1= 10 ; PM2.5= 84 ; PM10= 2755 Conclusions: 1. Woodworking makes lots of dust. I probably should have installed dust collection equipment a long time ago. 2. With the WEN unit located about 4-6' away from the saws and on HIGH, it was able to cut dust concentrations nearly in half during active work even though I didn't have any direct dust control measures in place. 3. The unit cleaned the air in my 500ft2 garage very quickly once the work was done. After 90 minutes on the highest setting, PM2.5 was down to 3 ug/m3 and PM10 was 17 ug/m3- inside my kitchen on the same day (no cooking yet that day, and before all of the cutting down in the garage), PM2.5 was 9 ug/m3 and PM10 was 105 ug/m3. Yes- the WEN made my garage air cleaner than my house air. Maybe I should hang one in my living room. Overall, the unit performs extremely well. If you're in a hobbyist space like mine (i.e. a garage or small workshop), you probably don't need to spend the extra bucks to get a higher CFM unit- the 400 CFM movement of the WEN does just fine. Once I get my ShopFox dust collector set up to suck sawdust straight from the saws, it'd probably be fair to run these experiments again under a more intended use scenario. If I can make the time and borrow the equipment again, I'll update this post. Also, updates will come as the unit is used for longer than one day and any other performance/longevity characteristics become apparent. As of now, I'd say these numbers earn my hearty recommendation, and I consider this unit money well spent!

~ Reviewed in the United States on August 23, 2019

4.0 out of 5 stars | Tom Lin
Style: Basic w/ RF Remote (400 CFM)
updated model issues

So far so good, will update with use. * 4 Month update: It worked so well and it's cheap enough that I bought another one for the opposite side of my shop. Now my shop air is extra crisp and clean! Only annoying thing is I purchased the 2nd unit directly from WEN and it seems to be made differently externally and one of the handle screws were missing. Other than that it works exactly the same. * 7 month update: loses one star because the 2nd unit I received now produces a much louder motor sound than the first. GLT15100111 is the serial number of the quieter model. GLT1603TM00184 is the louder one. guessing the TM stands for something, be sure you get the quieter model. UPDATE: company contacted me right away about the issue and is now working to resolve it. they will be sending a replacement and will take a look at my unit to see what's going on. appreciate the customer service and willingness to accommodate my needs. I'll update once i get replacement unit. stay tuned. • 9 month update: Company confirmed the newer units are manufactured in a different factory with a different motor, but insisting that they should be performing the same. The resolution we settled on was for them to source an older unit to replace the 2nd unit I purchased. I've since received and installed the replacement unit and am happy to confirm that it is indeed quieter. CONCLUSION: I don't know if the newer unit I received was a defective/lemon unit or not, the company never followed up with me on it. I have a feeling they never bothered testing the unit I sent back. I do know that WEN has been very accommodating in my situation and I am very pleased with the units I now have.

~ Reviewed in the United States on December 13, 2015

5.0 out of 5 stars | TRWHOUSE
Style: Basic w/ RF Remote (400 CFM)
Look no more, purchase these!

I create a ton of dust in my shop so I purchased two of these bad boys. They are exactly what I was looking for! They control the dust in the air very well. Best part that's not even stated that when you buy more than one each comes with its own remote, however the remote will sync up to both units so you only have to use one remote at a time and not have to worry about finding the specific remote for each unit. Additionally these cycle the air when using can spray paint and clear coat spray making it easier to breathe. Both units were packed very well and were delivered without any damage. They were very easy to install and hang. I will definitely buy these again as my shop grows.

~ Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2017

5.0 out of 5 stars | J. Jenkins
Style: Basic w/ RF Remote (400 CFM)
Effective & Budget Friendly

I placed the WEN 3410 3-Speed Air Filtration System in the center of my 600 sq. ft. garage, which also doubles as my woodworking shop. I have been pleasantly surprised at the effectiveness of this filtration system. It does a very good job removing airborne saw dust; I can attest to its effectiveness, because my wife no longer has asthmatic issues when she spends a couple of minutes with me in the workshop. I seriously considered purchasing the Jet air filtration system, which cost 3-times as much, but my tools budget couldn't sustain another large hit, so I opted for the WEN. That's not a knock on Jet's air filter; I've been told by a fellow woodworker that it works great also. So I'll sum up my review this way, if you need an air filtration system and your budget is tight, give this WEN model a try.

~ Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2017