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MM filterdisk, fan and ultra sonic humd auto setup
    #387222 - 09/06/01 08:04 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I was reading over some old posts and was thinking of useing mm filter disks and pc cpu fans to aid the air exchange
in my rubbermade growth chamber. i havent gotten my filterdisks yet but would there be enugh air flow through them to mae a makeshift air filter. if so i was thinking 4 fans on top 4 on bottom. bottom 4 to pull old air out and top 4 to force new air in. useing filter disks to keep contams out. all hooked up to timers and a ultrasonic to keep the humidity in check
thinkit will work? maybe with a diff type of air filter
iduno just thinking out loud again
oh ya what about hydroperoxide can it be used in making of cakes?

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Re: MM filterdisk, fan and ultra sonic humd auto setup [Re: dozer71]
    #387271 - 09/06/01 09:15 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

CPU fans can be really powerful. you should check how many cubicfeet a minute the one your using blows, and the RPMs. you may only need 1 fan

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Re: MM filterdisk, fan and ultra sonic humd auto setup [Re: dozer71]
    #387378 - 09/06/01 10:38 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

In my home-made glass glove box, I have dryer vents as arms with gloves on the ends. When I move my arms it causes the air volume in the glove box to fluctuate. So I put a F. P. filter disc over a hole to allow for a sterile pressure equalize vent. I found that the disc resists the flow of air through itself to a greater degree than I expected. The pressure changes are alleviated primarily through small gaps around my lid. Sometimes I tape the lid and that probably increases the amount of air that passes through the filter disc.

My point is that they have a lot of resistance and will only be the primary source of air movement if your the chamber they are acting as a filter for is completely air tight other than your filter holes.

Completely straightup downright digging it. Can you dig it?

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