Model WD3050

The new RIDGID® 3 gallon is a compact wet/dry vac that is designed to deliver performance of a vac 3x its size. It's lightweight, small size and large carry handle provide comfortable portability. The built-in suction-powered dustpan makes cleaning quick and easy. The vacuum’s 3.5 peak horsepower motor, 10-foot power cord, locking expandable hose, and 1-layer standard pleated paper filter will please Pros and DIY’ers alike.

Features

  • Portable & Compact for easy transportation and storage
  • Built-in Suction-Powered Dust Pan Feature makes cleaning even easier
  • Patented Qwik Lock™ Filter Fastening System makes installing or removing your filter quick, easy and secure
  • Expandable 2’ - 7’ Tug-A-Long® Positive Locking Hose won’t pull loose during use
  • On-Board Cord Wrap for storage of the 10’ power cord

Specifications

Drum Size 3.0 Gallons (US)
Peak HP 3.5
Air Watts 168
Voltage 120
CFM 66
Amps 7.0
Cord Length 10 ft
U.L. Listed Yes
Replacement Filters VF3500, VF3501
Accessory Size 1 7/8"
Net Weight 10.5 lb.

Ordering Information

 
Catalog Number Model No. Description Weight Cord Length Air Watts  (G/h)
lb. kg ft. m
36138 WD3050  3 Gallon Portable Wet/Dry Vac  11.60  5.30  135 

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great power and portability I purchased this product for its portability and light weight. It has exceeded my expectations as it has incredible suction. I mainly use it for small jobs including dry wall duct clean up. I use the optional dust bag but found there was little room for the bag and filter. I have remedied this by removing the filter when using the bags and shrouding the filter cage with a fine filter cloth sleeve. This combination works like a charm and no drywall dust escapes the vacuum. As I mainly do plaster repair I have attached a shoulder strap on the handle and am able to sand and collect the dust,as it falls. Ridgid offers a great selection of accessories for this product. I have several Ridgid vacuum cleaners and this is my go to for drywall dust. April 1, 2014
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