Originally Posted by mfdoom7
its metal mesh it wount help with small dust only filter out biger particles. and over time u still get dust layer inside case
DemciFlex doesn't use metal mesh. The mesh is very fine, yet doesn't impede airflow. It is medical grade synthetic material.
Why DemciFlex? The filter material used in DEMCiflex Computer and Electronic Dust is a high precision medical grade synthetic mesh. The mesh is available in black and in white, depending on your preference.
The mesh is extremely durable and can be washed with water and soap if it becomes dirty over time.
As computer and electronics cases are so different, DEMCiflex can be made in any size shape or colour. It can be made in any configuration like 2x120mm or 3x 80mm or any other custom configuration you might need.
I have used these filters as well as many other filters over the years for air and water cooling. The DemciFlex filters, when properly fit and used with a suggested positive air pressure inside the case, have been excellent at keeping out dust, dirt, animal fur (cat & dog), even small spiders and no-see-um flies; tiny biting bastiges that fly right through ordinary window screens and are terribly annoying!). I receive no consideration in any form for advocating these products. I do so because they have worked flawlessly for me.
Something to think about: Some cases have a front filter or a place to put filters on the front (or inside the front bezel), but then have an opening under the bezel between it and the actual chassis front panel, that must be covered too. Other areas of various chassis have these openings there, elsewhere and need to be covered with a filter, else the dust and debris can bypass whatever filters a user has installed.http://www.demcifilter.com/c52/Why-DEMCiflex.aspxEdited by Questors - 9/26/15 at 2:36pm