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filter disks got wet!
    #419731 - 10/09/01 02:33 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

i let my jars cool out for the night in my glove box, after PCin fer an hour (birdseed/BRF/manure). my micron disks were wet the next day but I went ahead and shot some spores anyway. Will the disks let contams through if they are wet?

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Re: filter disks got wet! [Re: splitopen]
    #419739 - 10/09/01 02:36 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

not just beaded h20 but soaked through


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Re: filter disks got wet! [Re: splitopen]
    #420579 - 10/10/01 09:16 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

i think they will be ok, but what type of grain did u use?.... for some grains, 1 hr might not be enough.

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Re: filter disks got wet! [Re: splitopen]
    #420834 - 10/10/01 01:42 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

birdseed, finch blend. I hope that an hour is long enough, i guess time will tell. I left the jars in my glove box w/ the hepa running till they were dry, hopefully that will help. thanks


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