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Old 06-01-2017, 09:17 PM
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I have put a 20x20 furnace filter in front of those fans before for a cheap smoke eater. Or when painting inside. It can help clean the air, and you can pick how good of a filter you want to put in it. Just don't put it real close to sparks from the welder or plasma cutter.


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I have never thought about using the project for something like that. I need to wake up and smell the coffee. Wait! That would take away the smell of the coffee lol

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Used a furnace filter on a box fan tonight to help keep air clean while I was demoing a boiler. Wanted to keep the area as clean as possible so had the fan running full speed. It caught a lot of dirt!Click image for larger version

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Old 06-12-2017, 09:16 AM
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Put one on "suck" and one on "blow".....

And then put some "Cessna 337" stickers on it.....

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That looks a lot like a filtrete advanced allergen filter.

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Put one on "suck" and one on "blow".....

And then put some "Cessna 337" stickers on it.....
A "push, pull" configured aircraft. Now I see why you said, put one on blow and one on suck lol. A good aircraft indeed!
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