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    Air Scrubber

    I was just wondering if this unit would be efficient enough for a small room say the size of a bedroom. Bluedri air shield AS-550? Found this one on eBay for about 600$. Using something smaller like this is more practical for me but only if it will work good enough. If I need to go a different route I will if I have too.

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    Which would be better building a laminar hood or using an air scrubber? Could you get by with just an air scrubber? Thanks for the help.

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    It amazes me that 59 people have read this post but not one person has had a reply. I realize, I am new here but itís not like I am asking for sources. I came here cause of all the good information and help people give. I canít believe no one is willing to answer a question of this nature.

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    People here are jaded, including me. Lots of douchebags coming on here with fake accounts. I generally don't answer someone under a month or two old.

    But here you go....

    Air scrubbers are for clean rooms. Clean rooms that have laminar flow workbenches.

    If you have $600 to spend, buy one of those new Chinese ones on eBay or if you are patient, a pro used one. If you only need 2'-3' work area, those are easier to buy, less demand.
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    No scrubber is going to make a room sterile if the room isn't designed to be sterile from the ground up. Just build or buy a proper biosafety cabinet.

    There are a dozen threads just like this one - all the info is on here, just waiting for new people to search and read.

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    I apprcecitae the replies. I figured it would be best to have both. I understand where you are coming from with the fake accounts and new people. I need to contact an admin cause I was a member here for many years under the name vaeltaire but I have changed emails and the one I had associated with the account is deactivated so I canít change my password which lead me to creating a new account. I have technically been a member since like 09.

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    [QUOTE=Stevens1231;1396072]I apprcecitae the replies. I figured it would be best to have both. I understand where you are coming from with the fake accounts and new people.

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    4x8 plywood, one fan, caulk, something lessporous for a work surface, jigsaw, screw driver/drill, coarse drywall screws, paint, $75 hepa filter, 1 light switch, one box, and 6 hours in incremements= your very own laminar flowhood. The tricky part is matching your filter to your fan, but itís straightforward and a speed control for the fan makes it easier. $350 total.

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