4 Abandoned Assembly Line of Filtration Units

Abandoned Assembly Line of Filtration Units

Posted on April 6, 2012 by team

Filter-ventilator unit is a necessary attribute of a civil defence shelter.

The unit can function in two modes – in the mode of pure ventilation and ventilation with filtration. Its main elements are oil filters and filter boxes.

In this post you’ll see remains of the filtration units assembly line and the laboratory where they tested filter boxes.

So the filtration units assembly line and testing lab my be in one building together with the room where they pack ready items into boxes.

The filters of respirators are different in colors. The color indicates substances the box can detain. Filters in shelters are usually green, more seldom – yellow.

All rooms are equipped with good ventilation.

Components of the filter-ventilator aggregate

Inside the filter consists of black dust and dusters wound round in layers.


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4 Responses to “Abandoned Assembly Line of Filtration Units”

  1. George Johnson says:

    Interesting, just about everywhere you see those Lenin posters, you see failure. Abandoned buildings and companies and housing…

  2. Luke says:

    annoyingly thoes large “coffee can” filters, pictured in the first pic) contain asbestos and are unsafe for use, so half of my filter caché must be throw away

  3. YJ says:

    Another of one of those radiated place.

  4. Tommo says:

    be an awesome squat

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