The Worx TriVac WG512 is a 3-in-1 blower/vacuum/mulcher delivering 600 CFM at 75 MPH. It features a 12-amp motor. (Read full specs)
Features and Specifications
|Up to 600
|Up to 75
|Yes, metal impeller
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Overview of the Worx TriVac WG512
- Power: This electric leaf blower has a maximum air volume rating of 600 cubic feet per minute (CFM) and an air speed rating of 75 MPH.
- Power delivery: Being that it is a corded blower with a 12 Amp motor, the TriVac WG512 requires a steady power source and must be plugged in when using it. Note that the power cord might not be included with the blower. Should you wish to obtain one, use our gauge calculator.
- Cord Lock Mechanism: Corded power tools can sometimes inadvertently be unplugged during operation. The Worx TriVac WG512 prevents such accidents by featuring a cord lock mechanism.
- Handling: Being handheld, this blower has a good maneuverability and is meant to be easier to carry around over a small period of time. All told, it weighs 8.6 lbs — the Worx TriVac WG512 is neither the lightest nor the heaviest electric handheld blower on the market.
- Speed Settings: Thanks to its 2 speed settings, the Worx TriVac WG512 allows the user to adjust the air output to the task in hand.
- Vacuum: As a blower vac, the TriVac WG512 handily vacuums unwanted material into a storage bag for easy disposal (11.2 gallon bag included).
- Mulching: With a mulching ratio of 16:1, this mulcher can reliably pulp 16 bags of waste (such as leaves and other debris) into 1 bag of mulch. The unit uses a metal impeller.
- Noise: With a decibel rating of 79 dB, the TriVac WG512 is neither louder nor quieter than its rivals in the electric handheld category.
- TriVac: This Worx blower is called a TriVac, which is one of the names Worx gives to its power tools that function as a 3-in-1 leaf blower, vacuum, and mulcher.
The Worx TriVac WG512's performance versus other blowers
The following charts are provided to give you an idea how the key specs of the Worx TriVac WG512 compare with similar leaf blowers.
- Upon exiting the nozzle, the air can reach speeds of up to 75 MPH, which is on the lower end for electric handheld blowers. For the fastest air speed in this category, you may want to consider the Toro Ultra Blower Vac 51619, which can expell air at a velocity that can reach 260 MPH.
- Regarding its air volume, the Worx TriVac WG512 boasts an impressive airflow that can reach 600 CFM (Cubic Foot per Minute). This places it amongst the most powerful electric handheld blowers. If air volume is important to you, the Bauer 58905, with 805 CFM, could be in your good books.
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As you can see from these interactive charts, when compared to other blower vacs, the Worx TriVac WG512 is on the cheap side of the price range.
It can therefore be a really good buy if you're looking to acquire a budget blower.
Worx is a Chinese company that makes power tools and other equipment for lawn and garden applications. The brand is owned by the Positec Tool Corporation and has a strong presence in both China and the United States. In 2011, the British home improvement magazine DIY Week gave Worx the “Product of the Year Award” for its TriVac leaf blower/vacuum and Eco cordless lawn mower.
The Worx TriVac WG512 is covered under a warranty for up to 3 years. This warranty may not cover all parts of the blower.
For more information about the warranty of Worx blowers, please consult Worx's warranty policies (opens in a new tab). Alternatively, you can also contact their Customer Support: 1-866-354-WORX (9679).
Questions & Answers
How come the CFM is higher than most models but the blowing speed is so low? (Asked June 11, 2020)
CFM and MPH are 2 really different metrics. CFM is pretty much fixed, while MPH can be influenced by the diameter of the output. Think about blowing through a straw or blowing with your mouth wide open. An approximate same volume/amount of air (CFM) will exit your mouth in both cases, but that air will exit at higher speed through the straw (because the output diameter is lower). Read our article dedicated to CFM and MPH to learn more.
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