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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: DreaMaTrix]
    #601487 - 04/07/02 07:08 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

Yo, Dream/Matrix,

Called over to the racoons & he eyeballed the pipe. He says it says something like PVDF w/numbers other weird signs behind it. It is a polycarbonate pipe material. SixTango -- out


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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: SixTango]
    #601520 - 04/07/02 07:58 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

I saw a simpler way for us non carpenter types to build a HEPA flow hood on this site.

http://www.peterdilley.com/

I went to mushrooms then I clicked on flowhood

Seems simple enough without worrying about matching fans and filters. I am gonna stop by Kmart and start looking for the supplies.

Baccus


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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: Baccus]
    #602519 - 04/08/02 09:06 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

I checked online with k-mart and they have a Bionaire cleaner


The Bionaire Advanced 4-stage HEPA Filter System, for rooms up to 11 ft x 14 ft, removes 99.97% of airborne particles as small as 0.3 microns from the air passing through the filter. Features include dual position placement and a Filter Condition Monitor to help you determine when the filter needs changing.

They wanted $70 for it so I may look around for other units at other stores since most people seem to be spending about $50 or less when building their flow hood using that sites plans.

Now i just need to pick up another big rubbermaid plastic tub and some glue or caulking and I'll have my flow hood.


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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: Baccus]
    #603079 - 04/09/02 09:27 AM (19 years, 3 months ago)

go check out walmart, i couldnt ifnd the link, but they have one that is 59.99 canadian, so i immagine thatd be what.. 39.99 american?


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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: cookiewhore]
    #603125 - 04/09/02 10:53 AM (19 years, 3 months ago)

Same with home-depot. Probably the same model... its about $40 US.


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Re: Hepa type filter - flow hood - cheap & easy [Re: Baccus]
    #603246 - 04/09/02 01:14 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

i have that exact bionaire model. the "change filter" thing never works though. it is a good one otherwise. it has an ionizer and is a little bit more airtight than some of the other models ive seen. you might want to patch up some of the more obvious holes though. the problem with these mini units is that they are not airtight. notice it says that the statistic only applies to air that passes through the filter. if the filter doesnt cover the fan perfectly (it doesnt) then there is plenty of nonsteirle air pass through.

it *will* still work though...


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