Matthew Westall Bee Vac Photos Movement of airflow regulator. Vacuum hose side. Side with vacuum hose removed. Both vacuum hose & 2″ insert removed – see both inner box & outer box matching up. Removable vacuum head. Showing top with vacuum removed – able to connect any wet-vac with 2″ hose. BeeVac with top opened – see inner box. Inner box partially removed. Inner box on display – with bottom open, shows screening on both sides. Top of inner box showing close-able vacuum hose opening. Inside of outer box – shows three spacers which hold the inner box. Top of outer box from inside – shows vent for airflow regulator. Outer box – front view (latch). Outer box – right side view (hose). Outer box – back view (hinges). BeeVac open with inner box partially removed. Inner box – hose-side, shows placement of close-able flap while inserted into the BeeVac. Inner box – movement of inside flap. Inner box – movement of inside flap (close this flap until it hits the vacuum hose). Inner box – movement of inside flap (fully closed after removing hose @ same time – close by pushing on edge of flap). Outer box – showing inside flap closed on inside box. Inner box – removal of inner box, now with flap closed. Outer box – hose removal – notice lining of silicon on outside bead for good fit (note: VERY important that the size of inside & outside holes both match up & fit to the 2″ hose adapter snugly!). Showing how I drilled the inner box holes, placing the inner box within the BeeVac & drilling through the vacuum hose hole. BeeVac – complete. Inner box – opened, upside down, showing screens on both sides. Inner box – opened, detail of plastic rails which floor slides on (I used common wall protector) showing bottom board inserted into rails. Inner box – front with vacuum hole & flap. Inner box – mesh sides (note shorter wood side is closer to vacuum hole – with longer wood serving as an air buffer at the rear).