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Thread: "Darcy's" Harborlite Perlite

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    "Darcy's" Harborlite Perlite

    Hey everybody,
    Harborlite gives "Darcy's" as the unit for porosity of their perlite. I am sure that this is in reference to Darcy's law. But does anyone know if/how Darcy's can be translated to microns?
    Thanks,
    Jeff Erway
    La Cumbre Brewing Co.

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    I Googled and got this:

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/in...2125230AANqjCc which

    refers back to this:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Darcy

    I hope this is accurate, because sometimes wikipedia isn't as perfect as you'd think...
    ~Phil

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