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Ken Ag 15" Transfer System Milk Filters

Blain # 140183 | Mfr # D532

$14.49

Features

  • Disk for milk transfer systems (Solar, Girlon, Zero, Weco, Sunset, Jamesway, Dari-cool, Schlueter, Rath, Kesco, Surge, Topline, Universal)
  • Non-gauze disk filters specially designed for gravity type filtration
  • Unique filter fabric design allows rapid milk flow and required sediment retention

Technical Description

Quantity: 100
Diameter: 15"

Product Reviews

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Ken Ag 15" Transfer System Milk Filters
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Annette V: I use them to make felt board stories for children. They are great to trace on and they stick to a felt board Jul 21, 2014
Michelle B: to make felt board pictures for my kindergarten class Jun 23, 2014
Greg S: Filters have been using for years Jun 3, 2014
Amy F: Chose this item to use it as copy paper tot make flannel board stories. I'm a Pre-k teacher. Apr 4, 2014
Michelle R: Print felt board pieces onto filters!!! Mar 15, 2014
Dyanne F: Because you were easy to find on the internet and you had the item I needed. I have been looking for a year locally . Mar 11, 2014
Susan P: I wanted to use it in a printer to copy my original stories for presentation on a flannel board Feb 20, 2014
Cathy R: I am a school teacher and I was told that these are great to use for flannel boards. Jan 9, 2014
Linda K: felt board projects Dec 26, 2013
Sally V: to use in a printer to make felt board pieces for my classroom Dec 9, 2013
Nancy G: to make flannelboard pieces! This paper can be trimmed and run through an inkjet printer. I was referred by several websites on flannel boards. Nov 23, 2013
Joanne H: I'm a teacher- it is recommended for felt board work! Oct 14, 2013
Laura L: Will be using them to make felt board stories for my preschool class. Heard about using these from MakingLearningFun Oct 8, 2013
A shopper asked: Can this go in a printer(HP office jet 4500?) using this for felt board ,also do you ship to Canada, L1P 1T4 (Ontario) Nov 22, 2013
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Cassandra M: I used it in my Epson office jet printer to make felt board pieces and it works really well. Goes through the printer smoothly and prints great images. Sticks on the felt board really well too. I was actually skeptical when I first got them, since they are so thin I didn't think that they would last very long, but my kids have played with the pieces a lot and they are surprisingly durable. Nov 22, 2013
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Ruann R: I use them in my HP officejet 8600. I have used them in others as well. I use them for felt board and it works great! This is what I do. I cut the milk paper to the same size as printer paper. I always put one piece in the printer at a time. It cuts easily after it's printed. Since I have a rotary mat and cutter I can cut about ten at a time laying my ruler next to the paper. I would recommend them for this purpose. Nov 22, 2013
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Jacqueline D: I did use this product with my HP Office Jet printer, but if you need a crisp image with good contrast or good color, you might be disappointed; if you want it to be permanent, be sure to set the ink with a hot iron. I don't know anything about the 4500 specifically. Maybe it will do a better job than mine did. Nevertheless, I was able to run it through the printer and had a lot of fun with it. Nov 22, 2013
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Sarah D: I use it in my HP 1610 All-in-one and it works well. And one box has so many I still haven't run out! Only criticism is that it does take a bunch of ink to print a very clear/ dark image. Lighter images or outlines much less. And if you want a bigger image, it takes acrylics, fabric paint, and permanent marker. But they last long and stick really well to the felt board so recommend it:) Nov 25, 2013
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becca p: Hi, Ken. Yes, I use mine in the printer all the time, to print out felt board story pieces. You just have to cut the disks to an 8 1/2 x 11 size. I love this product. I used to print out pictures, trace them onto felt, then cut them out and color them. Now, you just print them out and cut them. Best of luck! Nov 22, 2013
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Cindy T: I used it in a hp 4300 inkjet printer to make felt board pieces
you will just need to cut them to the size of a regular sheet of printer paper, I used a sheet as the pattern A ruler and a razor knife, then I put them in the feed tray on the printer one at a time
Nov 22, 2013
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Patricia F: Yes, I use the filters in my printer. It is an HP Office Jet 7500. I cut the filters to 8.5" X 11", the same size as a sheet of copy paper. It prints beautifully in color or black and white. Sticks to felt board like a dream. Hope this helps!!

Patricia
Nov 25, 2013
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Adrienne L: I've used this for felt board stories and have not had a problem running it through either of my HP printers. You'll obviously need to cut it down to 81/2 x 11. This sure beats the cost of store bought felt board stories! I would
Definitely recommend it!
Nov 22, 2013
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Deborah M: Yes, I have used the filters in our HP printer and made characters to use on my felt board. They work great! The only thing I needed to do prior to printing was to cut off the sides of the circular filter to make a rectangle to fit in the printer. :) Nov 25, 2013
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Gael Ann D: Hello, I bought and use the filters to make flannelboard pieces by cutting them to standard paper size and have an HP printer but not sure the model number. I have been very pleased with the results! Nov 23, 2013
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Sandy R: The filters are round, so they must be cut to the size of a sheet of paper, but I put them through my Kodak printer one sheet at a time without any issues. They work great for flannel boards. Nov 23, 2013
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Patricia C: Hi,
I did buy these filters to go through my printer to make pieces for flannelboard stories, and yes they do work. I do not know about all printers but it did work through mine.
Nov 22, 2013
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marilyn m: I think it will go thru any printer. U just need to cut the filter to fit the printer. Also alow time for the ink to dry. It comes out wet. Works well 4 flannel board pieces. Nov 25, 2013
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Jessica V: That;s wHat I bought it for and it did not work. I bought it to use in my classroom. The sheets are round, making it unable to fit in the printer. I should have tried to return. Nov 24, 2013
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Laci C: I have an ink jet printer and I am able to print on them. They are large and round so I need to trim them to paper size to make them fit in the printer tray. Nov 30, 2013
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Aimee B: They DO go through printers. Not sure about your exact model, but they work in several printers I have at my house. They are awesome, for the felt boards!! Nov 23, 2013
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Cherry B: I have an HP Office Jet Pro 8000 and it worked in my printer just fine! You have to cut it down to size, but other than that, I had no problems. Nov 22, 2013
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Sarah H: Yes, the filters can go through a printer. It has been a lifesaver for me! Not sure about the shipping destination, though. Good luck! Nov 26, 2013
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Ashlea S: I bought these and ran them through my printer with out any problem... You just need to cut them down to size.. it worked great... Nov 22, 2013
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Brandi S: I ordered them for the same reason and have used them in an hp printer. However, you have to cut them down to normal paper size. Nov 23, 2013
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Vanessa R: I used it in my HP printer with no problems. You will have to cut it into printer paper size as it comes in large circles. Nov 23, 2013
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Jamie S: Not sure about shipping, but yes, I've cut them down with a paper cutter and printed pictures on them for felt boards. Nov 22, 2013
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maggie b: I used it in an hp printer also for felt board and it worked great! Had to cut it to size before putting in printer... Dec 15, 2013
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Fiona R: It will go through the manual feed - you might have to cut it to fit (as I do), but it works! Hope that helps. ;) Nov 22, 2013
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Chelsea B: This can go through the printer and be used on a felt board. You just have to cut them to size. Nov 22, 2013
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Lucinda T: Yes, they go through a printer. I have HP 6700. They pick up the color nicely. Nov 22, 2013
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Cassy Ann S: I use it with my HP printer and on my felt board! :) Nov 22, 2013
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Tammy: Is it washable? Dec 8, 2013
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ROSEMARIE R: I never used it Nov 22, 2013
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