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This is what I'm doing on the shelter lately. The outside intake will be 5 foot high 4" galv pipe down to a "T", bottom will be a particle trap, to a 4" steel gate/knife valve and then on to a filter box with UV lamp, merv 12 and carbon filter, inline 170 cfm fan then to the hand cranked blower seen earlier.
 

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Yikes...how about moleman, gopherman, troglobite, etc. I like bunkerbob still. Just found out that my last shelter was demolished by the new owner, what a waste fo time and effort. They were the ones who did not understand the solar/wind renewable power system and wanted it removed before I left, go figure.:dunno:
 

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This is what I'm doing on the shelter lately. The outside intake will be 5 foot high 4" galv pipe down to a "T", bottom will be a particle trap, to a 4" steel gate/knife valve and then on to a filter box with UV lamp, merv 12 and carbon filter, inline 170 cfm fan then to the hand cranked blower seen earlier. One of the photos shows my whole house filter system, it will be similar. The excavation is for the toilet, will be breaking in to the sewer/septic line soon, a Jasco pump up toilet will be connected.
Today is moving day, need to remove about 2 yards of material from the shelter project. Anyone want to help?, just kidding. One 5 gallon bucket at a time, 8 buckets to the wheelbarrow, then out to the waste pile, uphill. Almost 10' x 10' x 8 feet high now inside :nuts:. I'll be sore tomorrow. Next few weeks ready to mix and pour concrete footings for the inner door(seen on previous posts), it will lowered by winch from above, my estimate of its weight is about 600lbs, I will have some help with this. Will post photos after.
 

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No problem with the door, I have a Japanese friend that can lift about 600lbs pretty easily, he's kinda orange in color though, his name is Kubota.:2thumb:
 
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