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5. Filtration Fibrous filter High-efficiency glass fiber filter (a) 4150x (b) 800x. - Porosity: 70 to >99%. - Fiber size: <1 to 100 micron. - Cellulose fiber, glass fiber, plastic fiber. - Low velocity: 10 cm/sec. - Need large filter area.
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