- I m probably not the best person to answer, but they work fine. They are a lot quieter, almost silent. Seems to be arguable if they produce more or less powerMessage 1 of 3 , Apr 24, 2012View SourceI'm probably not the best person to answer, but they work fine. They are a lot quieter, almost silent. Seems to be arguable if they produce more or less power than the noisy kind. I think that generating the noise must use some power. The expanding steam is met with a boiler that expands somewhat then stops expanding (when it pops). The solid boiler doesn't expand which would give a sharper stroke. I also think the noisy kind will wear out where the solid ones will probably last a lifetime.
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On Mon 23/04/12 5:53 PM , "alamosa420" alamosa420@... sent:
> I was wondering, would a boiler without a diaphram to make the "pop pop"
> sound, in other words a solid boiler, work the same way as the pop pop
> boiler, or would it not work? I am new to this and would like to try to
> make my own boiler, and wondered if this would work:
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