Filter Material for 453A-2 intake


Stephen Crain
 

My new (new to me)scope did not have filter material in the intake
bracket. Being clueless on most facets of scopes, including the
repoduction debate currently raging, what is the best material and
density to use? I'm in St. Louis and need a couple of sources, please.
Thank you,
Stephen


Miroslav Pokorni <mpokorni@...>
 

I do not have an answer, but in case that filter for your scope is aluminum
mash (shavings) I might have address of the place that makes this type of
filters; they are widely used for kitchen exhaust fans. Let us see what
group would point as material. Your manual should list filter in 'Mechanical
Replaceable Parts'; what does it say in filter description?

I just thought, if your filter is plastic foam, some fancy filters for home
heating furnaces are made from that type of plastic.

Regards

Miroslav Pokorni

-----Original Message-----
From: kg0k@yahoo.com [mailto:kg0k@yahoo.com]
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 8:52 AM
To: TekScopes@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [TekScopes] Filter Material for 453A-2
intake

My new (new to me)scope did not have filter material in the
intake
bracket. Being clueless on most facets of scopes, including
the
repoduction debate currently raging, what is the best
material and
density to use? I'm in St. Louis and need a couple of
sources, please.
Thank you,
Stephen


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