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    #779766 - 07/27/02 09:34 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

What's best raw-filter-material for covering jars or to build in spawn-bags.

Hepa, Ulpa , P3 , ... ?

Hepa and Ulpa are the best material but they have a big air-resistance
so it's possible that no air-exchange happens.

And which filter material fits for sterilisation.
I think - but I don't know exact - the filters are build of diverse materials
and I want to know which materials are fit for sterilisation and which are not.

Last I made an experiment with simple wadding of an aqaurium-shop and it smelled a little bit by sterilisation .
I have no fun on taking best ecological nutrients for growning mushrooms and let them contanimate with toxic vapors .


Edited by Vladi (07/28/02 07:24 AM)

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Re: Row-filter-material [Re: Vladi]
    #779817 - 07/27/02 10:04 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

Sorry, wish I could help but I am kinda conused by your wording of the question, I am not sure what you are asking. I know that poly fill that's used for pillows and stuff works really well in avoiding contams and allowing air exchange, maybe that helps.

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Re: raw-filter-material [Re: Vladi]
    #783073 - 07/29/02 12:43 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I use Tyvek. HEPA & co. are too expensive for this kind of use.

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Re: raw-filter-material [Re: zeronio]
    #783108 - 07/29/02 01:45 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I'd go with pollyfill as well. It's really cheap and you never run out. You can get it in the arts and crafts section of Wal-Mart.

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Re: raw-filter-material [Re: Vladi]
    #788067 - 07/31/02 11:31 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Thanks for your postings !

What kind of material is polyfill. It's like wadding for cosmetic or is this an other material.
I heard there are many sorts of wadding.


- waddings uses in cosmetic - I think it's made of cotton or viscose

- wadding uses to filter water by aquariums and mades of an synthetic material

I heard in another forum that the cosmtic wadding is hydophil and stores the water so the wadding is wet after sterilisation.
And the other wadding ( mades of synthetic ) shall be better because it's hydrophob and better for using as filter because it don't stores the water.

Is it's true or not ?

I tried the synthetic one but it smells a little bit by sterilisation so I think it's not the real think to use.

What kind of wadding do you use - or is polyfil not a wadding - hmm

Sorry of my bad english - I will rectify - I promise

And what are the exact ingredients of it. I think in my area the products has other names so I've to look on the ingredients .

In my research on the Tyvek-sides I found a lot of product they offers.
What of these products are the bests.
I saw one product - calls

"Tyvek 1431N".

The technical description sounds very great but I read that one side of the material is handled for having antistatic properties - made chemical or physical I don't know.
Is this extra handling of this material a problem in sterilisation by making toxical vapors ?

Thanks for helping
and have a good time


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