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Design of laminar air flow unit

, : Design of laminar air flow unit. Indian Dairyman 47(1): 37-40

Air inside and around dairy factories contains large numbers of microorganisms. A laminar air-flow unit provides relatively clean air in the factory. Two laminar air flow units of different sizes were designed, manufactured and tested.

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