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Old 06-05-2010, 05:26 AM   #1
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I originally got this with the idea I would set up a yeast culturing cabinet. This is out of a Class 1 cleanroom. (That's no more than one particle, per cubic foot over the size of 1 micron.) I just don't have the room to put a culturing cabinet in. I can always get another one later. It's 2 foot by 4 foot with pre-filter, integral-variable-speed-compression-fan and water pressure meter to check filter load. It's 220vac; rated for 650cfm and 90fpm flow. It is the cleanroom industry standard for clean, laminar flow.

I would rather find somebody that can pick up as boxing it would be a bear and shipping would probably be very ugly.

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Old 06-05-2010, 06:10 PM   #2
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Wow photomask, I never expected to see one of those here. I believe that looks like an Envirco Mac-10 unit. That would have given you a very clean air flow to culture your yeast in.
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Wow photomask, I never expected to see one of those here. I believe that looks like an Envirco Mac-10 unit. That would have given you a very clean air flow to culture your yeast in.
Yup, it's an Envirco. If I had the space to set up a culture cabinet, I would definitely put it to use. I just don't have the space to set one up.
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Old 06-05-2010, 11:06 PM   #4
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I am a former marketing director for Envirco. That's why I knew what it was.
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I am a former marketing director for Envirco. That's why I knew what it was.
That explains it. Most people wouldn't even know what it does much less who made it.
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Old 06-13-2010, 05:41 PM   #6
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Wow! That surprised the heck out of me! This is the holy grail of laminar flow HEPA hoods for any yeast rancher setting up a culture booth or cabinet. Not a single bite.... Oh well. I guess this gets bagged, tagged and put in the attic awaiting the time when I can find a place for a culture hood.
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I don't know anything about them, but what is the price?

 
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I don't know anything about them, but what is the price?
I hadn't really given any thought to it, until now. New, they are quite expensive. There's only one listing for used filters on ebay for $300. The one I have is in much better condition and has the prefilter & water pressure meter. I dunno... Does $200 sound fair?
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Seems pretty reasonable to me. If I only had a use for it. At that price I'd think someone here would snap it up.

 
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