I'm sure you know a whole lot more than e about clean rooms & the HEPA
filters necessary to maintain them.
What I'm questioning is your ability to read [the OP isn't trying to
build a clean room], or to imagine that there might be a different use
for something you're familiar with.
I have asked twice now-- I'll go for a third time-
What part of the IEST RP-CC001.5 that outlines the qualifications
needed to be called a HEPA filter, do the furnace filters sold as HEPA
filters *not* comply with?
[is it my dangling participle that is annoying you? I've tried to
rebuild the sentence & maintain some clarity- but that darned
participle always ends up at the end. forgive me.]
I have allergies. I also have HEPA stand alone air cleaners in my living
room and bedroom.
During the spring I can be outside and be MISERABLE from the pollen and
whatnot, but can step into my room with a HEPA air cleaner going and almost
instantly get relief!
Why is that?
Why do hospitals have HEPA air filters?
Why do airplanes have HEPA air filters?
Unless you are willing to install the millions of dollars in equipment that
it will take to provide you with HEPA filter quality clean room air, you
will not find anything like you seek in the common commercial market. Your
house will not qualify as being airproof enough to meet HEPA clean room
In place of that, just buy the air filters with the smallest micron size,
and make sure they are changed regularly, and that the rest of the system is
This is overkill and expensive in most cases, unless a respiratory or
neurotic condition is present.
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