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Re: Who is first with something else than fixed bed? Hi, Arvid! Still snow! Here the snow is gone about three weeks ago, summer tires under Fiat two weeks ago; the spring is here, bushes and trees are popping out
maxgasman
Apr 21
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Re: Who is first with something else than fixed bed? like everything I have to balance the tractor  build with everything else that's goin on here at the shop... that and the snow is finally getting down to
A. Olson
Apr 21
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Re: Who is first with something else than fixed bed? Hi, Arvid! Tank you! It will take some time; have to get the Audi equipped with a new filtersystem first. Cyclone, long tube cooler, dish-sink baisin with
maxgasman
Apr 21
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Re: Who is first with something else than fixed bed? I look forward to hearing of your success On Monday, April 21, 2014 7:50 AM, "gasman@..." wrote:   Hi, Greg! When I get my Micra
A. Olson
Apr 21
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Re: Who is first with something else than fixed bed? Hi, Greg! When I get my Micra ready, and the 1,2 liter motor in order, it will have to withstand my applications ;-)) Two equal big ss cylinders with equal
maxgasman
Apr 21
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Greg Manning
Apr 20
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Re: Interesting literature I suspect they just don't want to give away any secrets. ... From: George Adams To: Wood Gas list Sent: Sun,
sabbadess
Apr 20
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Who is first with something else than fixed bed? Will Gregg do it as a hearth-less version? Someone proposed it 1981...? Max
maxgasman
Apr 20
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Re: Interesting literature It is an updraft or a bad illustration. I didn't say anything earlier thinking maybe they were pulling the gas off the bottom and up the outside of the vessel.
George Adams
Apr 20
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Re: Getting back into it - O2 sensors Good to be reminded. My 10 hp Tecumseh on my generator has both a two bolt flange and the threaded port. The stock muffler is bolted on but a tee and a
George Adams
Apr 20
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Re: Interesting literature It's interesting that their picture is of an updraft which is a tar maker almost by definition. ... From: David Siedschlag To: WoodGas
sabbadess
Apr 20
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Re: Interesting literature Where have they been for the past few years? From: WoodGas@yahoogroups.com [mailto:WoodGas@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of sabbadess@... Sent: Sunday, April
David Siedschlag
Apr 20
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Getting back into it - O2 sensors Hi Wood Gassers, This week all my orders will be off to their new homes and I can resume development stuff. One thing I learned that I should share is that my
sabbadess
Apr 20
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Re: Interesting literature More like "Parasites". Happy Easter to all.
spacecoastz
Apr 20
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Interesting literature Neophytes!!! http://www.westinghouse-plasma.com/waste_to_energy/ They obviously haven't been keeping up with the group posts! Stephen
sabbadess
Apr 20
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Max; Thank you. Much clearer in my mind. TomC.
ginfizz20
Apr 19
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Re: Arvid's Tractor have a happy Easter everyone On Saturday, April 19, 2014 9:40 AM, "gasman@..." wrote:   Hi, Tom! Just as an eventuality, if you
A. Olson
Apr 19
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hi, Tom! Just as an eventuality, if you haven't enlarged the second "frosty" picture of the Audi: Give the upper part of the picture (the upper clear part, not
maxgasman
Apr 19
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hi, Tom! I am sorry for the confusion; in my description I meant to only refer to the "social box" pictures. The two first pictures are the oldest and they
maxgasman
Apr 18
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hello Max; I'm having trouble following this discussion. I have studied your pictures in the "Active Woodgas Builders Group". THIS IS WHAT I SEE. A pipe
ginfizz20
Apr 18
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Re: Fw: Why the spam?
spacecoastz
Apr 18
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Fw: Hi! News: http://abcbordados.com.br/fo/page.php john213a@...
john213a@...
Apr 18
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hi, Arvid! Happy Easter! Your system makes it easier to clean the cyclone as it keeps hot and dry. To be able to blow start-up gases (more and less steamy) out
maxgasman
Apr 17
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Re: Arvid's Tractor I use a cyclone directly after the gasifier... I think it works pretty good On Wednesday, April 16, 2014 3:34 PM, "gasman@..." wrote:
A. Olson
Apr 17
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hi, Stephen! Blowing and suckig systems offer different possibilities to check raw gas quality. And the raw gas quality tells a much wider story than
maxgasman
Apr 16
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Re: Active woodgas builders Thank you stephen, I am a computer moron, My age I guess. Grew up wen we still counted 1 to 10 instead of 010101010101/ Luk From: sabbadess@... Sent:
Luk Vanhauwaert
Apr 16
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Re: Active woodgas builders Hi Luk, Go to your album, hit the edit button in the top right, each picture will then have a chevron or "drop down" icon in the upper right corner, hit it and
sabbadess
Apr 16
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Re: Active woodgas builders Stephen, Thanks would apriciate. Maybe in the archives there is lot to learn. Bu the way. How does one remove old pictures in his own foto section of our
Luk Vanhauwaert
Apr 16
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Hi Max, I like to cool my gas before the cyclone so that the tars are below their dew point and adhere to the cyclone wall. It does create an opportunity for
sabbadess
Apr 16
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Re: Arvid's Tractor Stephen & Arvid! I Assumed a cyclon direct on the gasgenerator, so dirty gas should not go further, just straight up and out from the cyclone. This way any
maxgasman
Apr 16
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