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#1 posted 01-12-2019 09:24 PM

The intake air will be slow but the output will provide plenty of circulation velocity for the filter to work. You just need to choose the discharge direction carefully. I think your original approach is better because it doesn’t restrict the air flowas much. What matters is the total cfm and it will be greater with more filter surface area. I know this because I used a blower similar to yours and built a filter like Mike suggested. One filter greatly reduced total air flow. The 1600 hypothetical cfm might be reduced from 1600 to 200 – 400. Filters that will trap 1 micron particles like you want are very restrictive.

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