DataVac ED500 Electric Duster

Mfg.Part: ED500 | CDW Part: 1673781 | UNSPSC: 44102906
  • Electric Duster
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This item was discontinued on March 06, 2019

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DataVac ED500 Electric Duster
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Main Features
  • Electric Duster
The "Green" way to eliminate costly downtime!

- Construction: Sturdy all-steel
- Motor: .75HP, single fan, 120 volt, 4.5 amp, 500-watt
- Air Flow: 70CFM
- Weight: 2.75 lbs.
- Attachments: Air-Pin-PointerTM, Air-Concentrator nozzle, Air-Flare nozzle, and 4-piece detailing tool kit
- Power cord: 12 ft.
- Filter: E/Z-change foam
- Warrantee: Lifetime


- More Effective Than "Canned Air"-Powerful 500-watt electric motor blasts off dust, dirt and debris to keep expensive computer and electronic equipment thoroughly clean and running at peak efficiency.

- More Economical Than "Canned Air"-All-steel and built to last, DataVacĀ® Electric DusterĀ® is much more cost-efficient than expensive, throwaway cans of air!

- "Greener" Than "Canned Air"-Electric power eliminates the need for dangerous, environmentally damaging aerosol cans.

- Safer Than "Canned Air"-Blows clean, dry, filtered air safe for all computer/electronic equipment, printers, copiers, fax machines, digital cameras, etc. Condensation-free. Contains no dangerous propellants.
DataVac ED500 Electric Duster is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Computer Technician - Love This Tool I'm a big fan of this Datavac. I use it on computers and for other dusting jobs, and my custodial staff picked up one to dust off blinds. Great power, very reliable. Make sure you clean the filter on the bottom, get rid of the layer of dust that builds up there. I have also used the Datavac Metro Vacuum, and I still prefer this ED500 product.
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's more powerful than canned air and doesn't lose pressure after 30 seconds. I've used mine very frequently for about 2 years and it's still going strong. In addition to actually dusting things better, it also will save you money. For the price of about 10 cans of air you can have one of these for years. The only downside is that it is louder than canned air, but that's to be expected. I am very pleased with its performance.
Date published: 2015-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from First of all, it's not a vacuum; it's a blower. No static electricity is produced.The performance of this blower is amazing. I could literally blow leaves with it. I use it all the time for maintenance of computer hardware. It comes with a lot of attachments. Definitely plan on not using this indoors because it will blow the dust everywhere. I bought an extension cord and clean all my hardware outside.If you use canned air to clean electronics, do the math. Buying one of these saves you money after about 10 cans of air. And this blower does a faster and better job. And when you're blowing out a big device, you see the benefit immediately. If you've ever tried to blow out a server with canned air, you know you have to use 4-5 cans in series because the pressure inside the gas dramatically reduces quickly.
Date published: 2015-04-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OUTSTANDING! We are beyond pleased with this blower. It's got a nice long cable (we use an extender to use it outside). Great power, does exactly what we need, and saves us money. We get 1 or 2 cleanings out of a can of air, but at 6$/can, it was getting expensive and smelly (the bitterant). We love this, you should get one immediately.
Date published: 2015-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An unending torrent of canned air The pressure coming out with the middle nozzle is greater than that of an air can, however instead of being a pinpoint area the size of a pin head, its nearly a half inch in diameter. The volume of air is much greater than an air-can while maintaining the same pressure.There are only two downsides. It is about as loud as a hair drier, so if you are in a cubicle area and use it often your co-workers may not appreciate it.The second is that the pressure this can puts out is enough to get dust everywhere, so its best to use it in tandem with a PC vacuum to suck the dust up, or it will just find other places to settle. The dustier the PC the more dust this will settle around.I typically have to clean the filter every 2-3 PCs I clean out. But most of those PC's are in a fairly dusty area being that its a printing plant.
Date published: 2014-09-19
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