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It's probably sold under a few names.

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That WEN filter looks a lot like the Grizzly I have hanging from the ceiling.
I noticed that too. Which is why I felt confident and bought it. Several of the WEN products are identical to name brands, thier 12 inch band saw and large bench drill press. Both are identical to Jet and Rikon models, and a couple of other brand labels, according to a quick web search.

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OK, I was just curious. I didn't know if anyone had ever tried one of those handheld wind speed meters you see for hunting or whatever. A LOT of very good info here. I just built a box 20x20x30 with my old belt driven furnace fan inside with 3 sides having 25x16x1 filters. I only have one Filtrete 1500 Ultra Allergen per side, looks to be a MERV 11 according to a site I just found.

I should probably add a couple more, or find a smaller micron filter. I plan to just duct tape around them to seal, they're just there for test fitting. Kids were wanting dinner, so I had to stop there.

As for where it will be located, I have it sitting in the 'bed' of my CJ5, as I am going to be sanding the wheel wells to smooth the fiberglass I just laid last week. Cannot get it any closer!
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