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Old 07-17-2009, 06:59 AM
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O.K. the decisent filter is pretty simple too..basicly you'll need to weld a removable plug in the top and bottom for filling and emptying the decisent balls,then you need a "air in' at the top and an "air out" about an inch or two from the bottom...see the picture....and a screen to keep the balls from blowing out of the containers air out side...the balls can be bought at your local paint supply store and cost about 90.00 theres no way around this....except....I had an idea to contact a electronics shipper because the little packets in your new electronics package are the same thing...if you can find out where to get them they might be a lot cheaper....its just silica and all they do is absorb moisture. Soooo ...its just a thought.... after the decisent filter I have a toilit paper roll filter (not shown) just in case...its simply a container that holds a roll of toilit paper ,they cost around a hundred bucks "rediculus" but the decisent filter cost around three hundred bucks,so your talking about 1,000.00 bucks just to filter air ....That hurts and is out of range for a do it yourselfer.I'll be back with more pics on the paper filters.see ya then....if you have any questions nows the time... the next filter is the hardest to make but fun too
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