Can I turn on/off a vacuum using an Raspberry Pi?

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I am working on a project that requires a vacuum (just a regular shop vacuum) to be turned on and off automatically on a timing basis. It will have its own power source. Would I be able to re-solder the on/off connection of the vacuum onto the rpi to allow it to be turned on and off based on a set time?

It would be a vacuum similar to this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Vacmaster-VJH1612PF-0201-Beast-Professional/dp/B074BP1MQ8/ref=pd_sbs_1?pd_rd_w=DMjt8&pf_rd_p=2419a049-62bf-452e-b0d0-ca5b7e35a7b4&pf_rd_r=XB9SQFAVC02TSMREX5Z0&pd_rd_r=db8666b3-8d27-46b0-a4cd-f54960ca0be3&pd_rd_wg=4Qtyy&pd_rd_i=B074BP1MQ8&th=1

Please let me know if this is achievable, thank you!



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