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Austin Air HealthMate Jr. Pre-Filter 200 Series (Black)

Austin Air HealthMate Jr. Pre-Filter 200 Series (Black)

  • Traps large dust particles
  • Replacement pre-filter for the Austin Air Units: A200A1; A200B1; A200C1; A200D1; A200E1; A205A1; A205B1; A205C1; A205D1; A205E1; A250A1; A250B1; A250C1; A250D1; A250E1; A205H1; A205G1
  • The filter can be vacuumed
  • Replace every 3 months
  • PERMAFILT Pre-Filter replacement for our standard size Austin Air Purifiers

The Austin Air PERMAFILT Small Pre-Filter traps large dust particles. You can vacuum the filter to remove the cost of filter changes every three months. A definite cost savings! Replacement pre-filter for the Austin Air Units: A200A1; A200B1; A200C1; A200D1; A200E1; A205A1; A205B1; A205C1; A205D1; A205E1; A250A1; A250B1; A250C1; A250D1; A250E1; A205H1; A205G1.

List Price: $ 22.00

Price: $ 11.00

Austin Air – Allergy HEGA Filter Replacement with White Pre-Filter

Austin Air - Allergy HEGA Filter Replacement with White Pre-Filter

  • 60 sq. ft. true HEPA medical filter medium.
  • Prefilter included on outside of main filter.
  • Military carbon cloth for odor and gas removal.
  • Easy replacement of existing filter.

Replacement HEPA filter, prefilter, & carbon cloth for Austin Air HEGA air purifier.

List Price: $ 179.99

Price: $ 184.99

Image from page 51 of “The Oranges and their points of interest, embracing Orange, East Orange, West Orange, South Orange and Orange valley” (1891)
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Identifier: orangestheirpoin00will
Title: The Oranges and their points of interest, embracing Orange, East Orange, West Orange, South Orange and Orange valley
Year: 1891 (1890s)
Authors: [Williams, John Austin] [from old catalog]
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Publisher: Newark, Mercantile pub. co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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is drawn up in the receiver, milk of lime beingdrawn in at the same time by a small pipe from a mixing tank in the chemical room. This lime pre-pares the sludge for pressing, cutting it so that the water separates more readily from the sol A pressure of 100 pounds per square inch is secured in one of the other receivers, andconnected with the receiver containing the sludge by an air transfer main and the proper valves opened,the sludge is forced into a Johnson filter-press and pressed into moist, hard portable cakes. HARRIS! IN Si reet. 46 EAST ORANGE AND ITS POINTS OF INTEREST. Mention has been made of the unusually large percentage of the sewers through the townshipwhich are under water pressure. The intricate topography of the town made several heavy cuts—in somei ases over thirty feet, necessary. In all these deep cuttings the water level is now far above the sewers; a headpressure of over twenty feet 0( curring in several places. In addition all the mains located in the valley

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Railroad Place from Harrison Street. lines were constructed in a quicksand or running sand formation. Under these circumstances, despitethe greatest care and much expense, a considerable volume of ground water finds its way into thesewer pipes. When it is remembered that there are over 2,600 joints per mile, some of them oer sixfeet in circumference, the practical impossibility of making actually impervious sewers under the con-ditions named with vitrified pipe and cement becomes apparent. But this flow from the twenty-five milesof pipe sewers was limited to a very small volume, probably about 2.5 gallons per second. It was necessary, however, to build the outfall sewer with-a size beyond the maximum vitrified pipe,and a brick sewer was therefore constructed for 2,000 feet through a difficult formation, a timber cradlebeing used under the sewer. In another section of the town a tunnel, at a depth varying from twenty-five to thirty-five feet,was driven for about 2,500 feet to avoid th

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