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Re: Continuation pf the dureation test with the grateless gasifier. Dave, Thank you for the complement. You are right. It is not a total failure. A total failure would have been; the charcoal for the reduction beeing sucked

Luk Vanhauwaert
2:18 PM
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Re: Continuation pf the dureation test with the grateless gasifier. Luk , Only a failure in your eyes perhaps , because you set the bar high at 50 hours , I'm guessing a lot of us would be more than happy for a run time of 23.5

d100floyd
2:25 AM
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Continuation pf the dureation test with the grateless gasifier. Hello folks, As promished here a compilation of the further duration testing of the grateless. I cam already say thet I did not made it to the aimed 50 hours.

arkadiabe
Feb 26
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Regarding an oil mister: I didn't want to have a oily air in my electronics shop since at that time, I wasn't normally using air tools there. The

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Feb 24
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Re: Gasifier Electronics Page Stephen, Nice work, indeed a little automatisation makes gasifieing so much mor fun as safe. Luk From: mailto:WoodGas@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday, February

Luk Vanhauwaert
Feb 24
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Gasifier Electronics Page Hi Wood Gassers, Here is my attempt to document the electrical work I have been doing over the winter.

sabbadess
Feb 24
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Youtube Video Hi Wood Gassers, I just found this great clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blWVB-JpdEk about an older gent and his wood gas truck. Too cool!! Stephen

sabbadess
Feb 23
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector I went further than that with the first small compressor I built. I used a 2 cylinder refrigeration compressor as the basic unit. It had a drier of about 1

ron ohler
Feb 23
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Dear Pete What about using an "air mist lubricator", or an "air line lubricator" to ensure the compressor was continuously lubricated? Very roughly, a 100 CFM

Kevin
Feb 23
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector I went further than that with the first small compressor I built. I used a 2 cylinder refrigeration compressor as the basic unit. It had a drier of about 1

ron ohler
Feb 23
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector 50+ years ago I used an old air conditioner compressor as the air compressor for my shop. I think I dripped a drop or two of oil into the intake now and then.

frenchcreekhome
Feb 23
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Hi David, I like ejectors because they are impossible to kill with heat and tar. They can also make far more suction if they are sized properly. This is

sabbadess
Feb 22
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Hi Stephen, What is the advantage of a 12 volt ejector versus a bilge blower? Are start ups that messy that the blower would get fouled? Seems like a neat

david_baillie68
Feb 22
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Hi Don, The vodka is less dense than water. I think it is about 80-90% of water's density so the water column should be 10-20% amplified. Stephen ... From:

sabbadess
Feb 21
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Re: Follow up to battery powered ejector Hey Stephen, would you get the same readings with water or is that heavier or lighter than vodka?

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Feb 21
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