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I think the point of the water filtration is to prevent the need for filters in the shop vac. The shop vac filters tend to be expensive to replace, and this makes that pretty much unnecessary. I also think that since you'll be further from the shop vac, with this setup, that the noise level would be lower. Earplugs are still a good idea when working with power tools, unless you want to go deaf.

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