dripod cleaning

mrotto

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there was a thread on the Studebaker fan that I did not want to derail but does anyone know of a good way to clean a Dripod? seems they cant be taken apart...
 

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You mean the dust on the frame? Just wipe it off =( Or get a strong vacuum and a brush
 

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not so much the dust on the frame, but the insides and fan blade, etc
 

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They dont usually last long enough to have to clean them...lol.... Ive seen those things spit bolts across the room... I like the Omni Minis personally..
 
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I appreciate that John, I used to carry two DriPods and two Omni Minis. My DriPods have lasted a long time. Maybe Im just lucky.

I switched the 2 Omni Minis for 2 X-Power X430-TF fans. They are larger than the Minis but smaller than a full size air mover. Put out much more CFM than the Minis. Only downside is they dont daisy chain
 
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the early ones were riveted. mine got loose and I got a new one sent to me then I fixed the old one that the motor loosened and slipped down and rubbed .
The new ones are Allen head screwed together . Awesome customer service .
 

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mine are riveted (insert sad face)