Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is? And Testing

~Russ

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #75, on January 31st, 2012, 01:19 AM »
Quote from firepinto on January 30th, 2012, 05:10 PM
Quote from KevinW-dirtwill on January 30th, 2012, 04:32 PM
Quote from firepinto on January 30th, 2012, 03:54 PM
I just got a handlfull of these today.  They are from security cameras for allowing ventalation while still being water proof.  The quenching disk part seems to be brass, and is roll crimped into the conduit fitting.  Not sure how well they might work but worth a try for free. :)
Nate
And done. lol
lol I watched that right after I posted, weird.  Mine are half inch pipe thread though.  I can blow through them fairly easy.  I'm going to see if I can get more of them.
Exciting times!

Nate
make sure you don't use just that as your only source of protection!!! things fail!!!! :)

and done... hahaha

~Russ

Ravenous Emu

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #76, on January 31st, 2012, 11:41 AM »
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~Russ

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #77, on February 4th, 2012, 03:03 AM »
Quote from Ravenous Emu on January 31st, 2012, 11:41 AM
alright! thank you!!! :) ~Russ

Ravenous Emu


firepinto

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #79, on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM »
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM
This doesn't have to do with the "quenching disk" per se.  but it is the "quenching tube" :D

I've found 2 more websites that look like they can make exactly what is shown in stan's pictures.  I'd be more inclined to go with Vitrocom... because they show a picture with multiple tiny holes in it.

http://www.fdglass.com/products/details/14
http://www.vitrocom.com/categories/view/36/Multibore_Tubing
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.

Ravenous Emu

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #80, on February 25th, 2012, 01:13 PM »Last edited on February 25th, 2012, 01:28 PM by Ravenous Emu
Another name for "multi-bore" is "multi-lumen"
http://www.zeusinc.com/extrusionservices/products/extrudedtubing/multilumen.aspx
http://www.apextrusion.com/index.html

http://precisionextrusion.com/multilumen.html
http://www.pbsplastics.com/multi-lumen-tubing.html
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
... Yeah, I looked at it again... those are glass.  I did find some for plastic tubing.  Which is what I beleive stan used... glass breaks too easy. :)

according to Zeus Inc.
http://www.zeusinc.com/extrusionservices/products/extrudedtubing/multilumen.aspx
"The numerous lumens, or 'passages' that can be designed into Zeus Multi-Lumen tubing, allow design engineers to push the creative envelope and expand the capabilities of their products."

firepinto

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #81, on February 25th, 2012, 01:43 PM »
That looks even better!  Bad thing is it's another company that don't have a shopping cart with prices.:s  They don't seem to like us little people. lol

Ravenous Emu

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #82, on February 25th, 2012, 04:43 PM »Last edited on February 25th, 2012, 04:48 PM by Ravenous Emu
lol.. yeah, well.  That's their problem if they don't like us. :D
Manufacturers don't usually like to deal with the end user...
Manufacturer makes the item/s
Distributor buys from Manufacturer
Retailer buys from Distributor
End User buys from a Retailer.

The other 2 from my earlier post might be a better place to try and get a sample from.
Precision Extrusion & PBS Plastic.

Blazer

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #83, on February 26th, 2012, 10:20 AM »
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM
This doesn't have to do with the "quenching disk" per se.  but it is the "quenching tube" :D

I've found 2 more websites that look like they can make exactly what is shown in stan's pictures.  I'd be more inclined to go with Vitrocom... because they show a picture with multiple tiny holes in it.

http://www.fdglass.com/products/details/14
http://www.vitrocom.com/categories/view/36/Multibore_Tubing
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
Great find!! I always got the impression Stan used a length of these tubes to prevent flashback into the pipe then you could transission to a standard style tube with a single hole.  I see they even sell single bore micro tubes and small glass beads.  I wonder if it possilbe to just screed some beach sand and encapsulate between 2 finer screeds and pass the gas through that.  That maybe a good way to adjust things by varying the thickness or courseness of the sand or of course go with some of the glass beads shown?  

Jeff Nading

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #84, on February 26th, 2012, 10:41 AM »
Quote from Blazer on February 26th, 2012, 10:20 AM
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM
This doesn't have to do with the "quenching disk" per se.  but it is the "quenching tube" :D

I've found 2 more websites that look like they can make exactly what is shown in stan's pictures.  I'd be more inclined to go with Vitrocom... because they show a picture with multiple tiny holes in it.

http://www.fdglass.com/products/details/14
http://www.vitrocom.com/categories/view/36/Multibore_Tubing
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
Great find!! I always got the impression Stan used a length of these tubes to prevent flashback into the pipe then you could transission to a standard style tube with a single hole.  I see they even sell single bore micro tubes and small glass beads.  I wonder if it possilbe to just screed some beach sand and encapsulate between 2 finer screeds and pass the gas through that.  That maybe a good way to adjust things by varying the thickness or courseness of the sand or of course go with some of the glass beads shown?
Good idea with the sand Blazer, I think this could also be done with 1/4" board insulation that are used in a gas type fryers.

~Russ

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #85, on February 27th, 2012, 11:45 PM »Last edited on February 27th, 2012, 11:58 PM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 01:13 PM
Another name for "multi-bore" is "multi-lumen"
http://www.zeusinc.com/extrusionservices/products/extrudedtubing/multilumen.aspx
http://www.apextrusion.com/index.html

http://precisionextrusion.com/multilumen.html
http://www.pbsplastics.com/multi-lumen-tubing.html
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
... Yeah, I looked at it again... those are glass.  I did find some for plastic tubing.  Which is what I beleive stan used... glass breaks too easy. :)

according to Zeus Inc.
http://www.zeusinc.com/extrusionservices/products/extrudedtubing/multilumen.aspx
"The numerous lumens, or 'passages' that can be designed into Zeus Multi-Lumen tubing, allow design engineers to push the creative envelope and expand the capabilities of their products."
its so funny that i spent hrs looking for such a thing and you mister find it found it! its always in the name... "ask the right questions" lol

thank you!!! now how are we going to get some?

.015-.025" holes with a 3/8" line??? of 3/8" OD...

good stuff!!!

~Russ

Blazer

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #86, on February 28th, 2012, 06:40 AM »
If we look at the quenching disc as a jar of large marbles then pour some very small bb's on top then shake, the bb's will flow thru the marbles and around the voids created due to the sphere. The BB,s will travel single file along various paths thru the marbles.  Due to the relation in size, the bb,s are required to flow single file.  So all we need do find a media of given size and shape to orderly flow the gas while not alowing the gas to get side by side.  I noticed on that website they also sell glass beads.  It seems a tube filled with something like that and held in place with some screens would work. Possibly even sand grains sorted with screeds.  
RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #87, on February 28th, 2012, 06:40 AM »Last edited on February 28th, 2012, 07:08 AM by Blazer
If we look at the quenching disc as a jar of large marbles then pour some very small bb's on top then shake, the bb's will flow thru the marbles and around the voids created due to the sphere. The BB,s will travel single file along various paths thru the marbles.  Due to the relation in size, the bb,s are required to flow single file.  So all we need do find a media of given size and shape to orderly flow the gas while not alowing the gas to get side by side.  I noticed on that website they also sell glass beads.  It seems a tube filled with something like that and held in place with some screens would work. Possibly even sand grains sorted with screeds.  
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Quote from Jeff Nading on February 26th, 2012, 10:41 AM
Quote from Blazer on February 26th, 2012, 10:20 AM
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM
This doesn't have to do with the "quenching disk" per se.  but it is the "quenching tube" :D

I've found 2 more websites that look like they can make exactly what is shown in stan's pictures.  I'd be more inclined to go with Vitrocom... because they show a picture with multiple tiny holes in it.

http://www.fdglass.com/products/details/14
http://www.vitrocom.com/categories/view/36/Multibore_Tubing
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
Great find!! I always got the impression Stan used a length of these tubes to prevent flashback into the pipe then you could transission to a standard style tube with a single hole.  I see they even sell single bore micro tubes and small glass beads.  I wonder if it possilbe to just screed some beach sand and encapsulate between 2 finer screeds and pass the gas through that.  That maybe a good way to adjust things by varying the thickness or courseness of the sand or of course go with some of the glass beads shown?
Good idea with the sand Blazer, I think this could also be done with 1/4" board insulation that are used in a gas type fryers.
Jeff, do you know if that is a urathane insulation?  I know in one of Stans patents he refers to an existing patent on flexible urathane.  

Ravenous Emu

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #88, on February 28th, 2012, 02:55 PM »
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on February 27th, 2012, 11:45 PM
its so funny that i spent hrs looking for such a thing and you mister find it found it! its always in the name... "ask the right questions" lol
:cool: :D

These guys (http://precisionextrusion.com/infocontact.html) have a sample request form.  I've no idea if they'll even do what we want.  Worth a shot even if it is a small length of tubing.  What I've uncovered is that... nearly all "multi-lumen" tubing is a custom order.

What if they're willing to make a few feet of your custom order?  would you still be able to test it's viability? (I.E. can you use a small portion to test it as a "flashback arrestor")

Some other links to try.
http://www.pbsplastics.com/multi-lumen-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/tubing-quote.html
http://www.mp-einc.com/extrusion.html
http://www.zeusinc.com/contact.aspx
http://www.vestainc.com/medical-applications/multilumen-tubing.aspx
http://www.microspecorporation.com/multi_lumen.php (sample request)
http://www.teel.com/markets/multi-lumen-tubing/
http://www.demaxmedical.com/en/extrusion/products/311.html
http://www.fbkmedicaltubing.com/multi-lumen.html
http://biomerics.com/Multi-lumen
http://www.putnamplastics.com/capabilities/custom-extrusions/thermoplastic-extrusions
http://www.medicalextrusion.com/products.htm
http://sunliteplastics.com/main.html
http://natvar.tekni-plex.com/multi-lumen-tubing
http://www.appliedtubing.com/_mgxroot/page_10792.html

This is a decent site for rough info on different types of tubing and uses.
http://www.apextrusion.com/polypropylene-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/polyurethane-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/thermo-plastic-tubing.html

I've got a sinking feeling that this "multi-lumen" tubing, since it's mainly custom ordered, is going to cost some money... (So, we're probably going to see if they want to play ball. :dodgy:)

Jeff Nading

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #89, on February 28th, 2012, 03:29 PM »
Quote from Blazer on February 28th, 2012, 06:40 AM
If we look at the quenching disc as a jar of large marbles then pour some very small bb's on top then shake, the bb's will flow thru the marbles and around the voids created due to the sphere. The BB,s will travel single file along various paths thru the marbles.  Due to the relation in size, the bb,s are required to flow single file.  So all we need do find a media of given size and shape to orderly flow the gas while not alowing the gas to get side by side.  I noticed on that website they also sell glass beads.  It seems a tube filled with something like that and held in place with some screens would work. Possibly even sand grains sorted with screeds.  

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Quote from Jeff Nading on February 26th, 2012, 10:41 AM
Quote from Blazer on February 26th, 2012, 10:20 AM
Quote from firepinto on February 25th, 2012, 12:52 PM
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 25th, 2012, 12:21 PM
This doesn't have to do with the "quenching disk" per se.  but it is the "quenching tube" :D

I've found 2 more websites that look like they can make exactly what is shown in stan's pictures.  I'd be more inclined to go with Vitrocom... because they show a picture with multiple tiny holes in it.

http://www.fdglass.com/products/details/14
http://www.vitrocom.com/categories/view/36/Multibore_Tubing
Wow, the only thing is it looks like its made out of glass.  Might work for high temp areas.
Great find!! I always got the impression Stan used a length of these tubes to prevent flashback into the pipe then you could transission to a standard style tube with a single hole.  I see they even sell single bore micro tubes and small glass beads.  I wonder if it possilbe to just screed some beach sand and encapsulate between 2 finer screeds and pass the gas through that.  That maybe a good way to adjust things by varying the thickness or courseness of the sand or of course go with some of the glass beads shown?
Good idea with the sand Blazer, I think this could also be done with 1/4" board insulation that are used in a gas type fryers.
Jeff, do you know if that is a urethane insulation?  I know in one of Stans patents he refers to an existing patent on flexible urathane.
Blazer I don't think it is urethane. Look @ this post  http://open-source-energy.org/?tid=122&page=4   , on # 79, the first photo shows the insulation I was talking about, I do think this would work, it's very dense and with stands high temperatures.

Blazer

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #90, on February 28th, 2012, 06:29 PM »
Thanks Jeff  I think that is urethane, the color is right and urethanes can be custom made to high density depending on the blowing agent.  If it is a urathane it can be made with a shell like exterior and be made for minimal expansion thus more dense. That spray expansion foam they sell in cans as an insulator is a low density urathane.  Only thing is I never thought a urethane would freely pass a gas.
RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #91, on February 28th, 2012, 06:29 PM »
Thanks Jeff  I think that is urethane, the color is right and urethanes can be custom made to high density depending on the blowing agent.  If it is a urathane it can be made with a shell like exterior and be made for minimal expansion thus more dense. That spray expansion foam they sell in cans as an insulator is a low density urathane.  Only thing is I never thought a urethane would freely pass a gas.

~Russ

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #92, on February 28th, 2012, 11:20 PM »Last edited on February 28th, 2012, 11:20 PM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
Quote from Ravenous Emu on February 28th, 2012, 02:55 PM
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on February 27th, 2012, 11:45 PM
its so funny that i spent hrs looking for such a thing and you mister find it found it! its always in the name... "ask the right questions" lol
:cool: :D

These guys (http://precisionextrusion.com/infocontact.html) have a sample request form.  I've no idea if they'll even do what we want.  Worth a shot even if it is a small length of tubing.  What I've uncovered is that... nearly all "multi-lumen" tubing is a custom order.

What if they're willing to make a few feet of your custom order?  would you still be able to test it's viability? (I.E. can you use a small portion to test it as a "flashback arrestor")

Some other links to try.
http://www.pbsplastics.com/multi-lumen-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/tubing-quote.html
http://www.mp-einc.com/extrusion.html
http://www.zeusinc.com/contact.aspx
http://www.vestainc.com/medical-applications/multilumen-tubing.aspx
http://www.microspecorporation.com/multi_lumen.php (sample request)
http://www.teel.com/markets/multi-lumen-tubing/
http://www.demaxmedical.com/en/extrusion/products/311.html
http://www.fbkmedicaltubing.com/multi-lumen.html
http://biomerics.com/Multi-lumen
http://www.putnamplastics.com/capabilities/custom-extrusions/thermoplastic-extrusions
http://www.medicalextrusion.com/products.htm
http://sunliteplastics.com/main.html
http://natvar.tekni-plex.com/multi-lumen-tubing
http://www.appliedtubing.com/_mgxroot/page_10792.html

This is a decent site for rough info on different types of tubing and uses.
http://www.apextrusion.com/polypropylene-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/polyurethane-tubing.html
http://www.apextrusion.com/thermo-plastic-tubing.html

I've got a sinking feeling that this "multi-lumen" tubing, since it's mainly custom ordered, is going to cost some money... (So, we're probably going to see if they want to play ball. :dodgy:)
links links links!!! lol nice work.

if you want to put a request in for some samples i will gladly test these out. ( i like blowing my Cell up... lol ) any amount of length will work...

something with as Manny holes as possible around 3/8" OD or 14"OD or bigger? and the holes need to be smaller than .015 no bigger than .025 OD...

??? your the master of the FIND... you can do it!
grate work!
~Russ

ddrum


securesupplies

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #94, on May 28th, 2012, 10:24 AM »
I am wanting to know

from the picture of stand quenching tubes was it tubes? 1 tube tubes was this just a end cap for nylong tubes? with insert? ceramic aluminium?

 how do we find such tubes? this are high tech when it come to tubes for sure
water filtration nuclear? science?


http://www.sisweb.com/catalog/08/A73

this was ionaztionx

The tubing is known as Multi Lumen Tubing and can be custom made (extruded)    The diameter we need to shoot for is .015" maximum per passage    here is a link                 http://www.dukeextrusion.com/capabilities.html    stan used this multipassage tubing to deliver the Hydroxy gases safely throughout the vehicle    modern technology can produce a more capable delivery tube with better flow than his original as shown in the photo attached    remember the compression fitting ferrule must squeeze down on the tubing and thats why his tubing was configured the way it was    there should be a way maybe multiple tubings in parallel to get more gases to the desired location  post your drawings or ideas here and any price quotes or contact info for other companies !

The alumina ceramic disc is only used where a open flame is required, like in a stove for cooking , it has qualities that allow little or no heat retention and also the flame is pushed out away from the disc as it burns so the disc stays somewhat cool...a good material for a welding torch tip insert ! the tubing was some sort of plastic extruded... these guys can add various powdered materials to the plastic to improve flow ( less friction for liquid materials) but in our case the gasses simply need to be filtered at the entry of each tube 15 thousandths is a very small diameter and there were 7 passages times 5 groups... a total of 35 passages in a 3/8 inch dia tube the reason they were grouped in a star configuration is so that when the ferrule was clamped down at the fitting the tube passages wouldnt collapse.
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php?topic=1280.5
RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #96, on May 30th, 2012, 12:30 AM »
a SPECIAL NOTE QUENCHING TUBE IS BECOMING IMPORT STIL NEED TO
FISHED THAT THERE LAST REFERRAL i GOT WAS TO HERE FOR
EXPLOSION PROOF QUENCHING TUBE
SOME WHERE IN THIS DIRECTORY .

www powderbulksolids.com / manufacturers

QUENCHING SEE THREAD

nbq201

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #97, on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM »Last edited on May 30th, 2012, 07:25 PM by nbq201
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...




Quote from nbq201 on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...


Like this disc array is a "Cap" that goes on the end or something?  It's sort of the idea of the flame arrestor stone/frit...

Jeff Nading

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #98, on May 30th, 2012, 07:52 PM »
Quote from nbq201 on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...




Quote from nbq201 on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...


Like this disc array is a "Cap" that goes on the end or something?  It's sort of the idea of the flame arrestor stone/frit...
I remember this tubing from an operation I had, I think this tubing is for medical use.:D

andy

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #99, on May 31st, 2012, 12:02 AM »
Quote from Jeff Nading on May 30th, 2012, 07:52 PM
Quote from nbq201 on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...




Quote from nbq201 on May 30th, 2012, 07:20 PM
Hmm.  Great find.  This is Cool,
I haven't seen this Memo (WFC 421) of Stan's talking about
the "Quenching Circuits" in detail.  So the passageway is "atleast 1/8 inch long and having a .015 diameter"  we know they are 6 holes, and 5 of them in the tube.

I should have posted this thread here then.
http://www.open-source-energy.org/?tid=542

Yes I agree with the Polyurethane, However, Clear Vinyl tubing is also a possibility.  It looks like it's moiled around set of 5 "multi-lumen" bored tubes inside which could be like FEP/LDPE white tubing.  Of course if we had a really clear close up image of the tubing, or someone who saw this upclose to verify,  But another thought occurred to me, what if... those discs at the end are pressed, molded or glued into the tubing inside somehow and these were just hallow tubes (not multibore/multilumen?).   Knowing that he was trying to find the cheapest way to do this (he always mentioned in his videos about  "caddilac ideas").    This pic from the estate shows one of these discs as a separate item someone has on their finger, and it was mentioned in Stans documentation that they were of a "foam material".   I  Noticed how the one with the white formed end is like a cone it gets "bigger" at the end with the white material around it.  Makes me wonder...  Just another thought to think about...


Like this disc array is a "Cap" that goes on the end or something?  It's sort of the idea of the flame arrestor stone/frit...
I remember this tubing from an operation I had, I think this tubing is for medical use.:D
HI
Maybe this tubing for medical use is for feeding oxygen gas for an operation ?
andy