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Hi I have a Hepa filter where I am not 100% sure it's usable for my DIY Flow Hood. I also want to adapt my Flow Hood construction. Now I want to test it and reduce feedback time. So my idea was to leave some Agar plates open for a period of time in front of the hood and then check after a period of time if I can find any contamination.
My question now is: What time would you recommend to leave it open 5, 10, 15 or even 30 minutes? Normally it takes 1-2 weeks until I see some contamination on my plates. Is there an Agar recipe/process that supports contamination growths (never thought i would ever ask for that) to speed up my feedback for my flow hood build? Outside Temperature is around 32° Celsius which already supports contamination growth i guess.
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