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Old 11-07-2005, 01:54 AM
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Default Sorry Chris,You may have misunderstood me

Chris, you wrote You want to have a normal sized diesel tank ......
I will have a larger tank and this tank is the one I will actually be filling. The smaller tank (50 - 100ltrs) will be feed automatically from the larger tank (560ltr's)
If you can Chris, please read back about 7 posts on this thread, in fact everything after your previous post on this thread, as I posted some questions I would really like to get answers on so I can decide which way to go and what size filters etc I need to consider. I don't wish to ask any more questions at the moment, otherwise it will all get to confusing

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Regards Allan.
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Old 11-07-2005, 01:00 PM
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For converting your drawing to a sendable image, try the following.
(Assuming a windoze machine)
  • Get the image nicely displayed on the screen.
  • Press the 'Print Screen' key. (Usually requires shift key too.)
  • Start up MS Paint or some other suitable graphics program
  • Paste. (Print Screen captures the entire screen to the clipboard.)
  • Edit the new 'painting' and chop off menus and unnecessary screen clutter.
  • Save As... in the form of a *.PNG or *.GIF (don't use *.BMP - too big.)

If the resulting image is still too large, memory wise, try reducing the colour depth (bits per pixel.)

Open the image with your favoured web browser to check that it is viewable. If so, it can now easily be posted. Just remember the pixel and memory size constraints for images uploaded to this forum.

Also, many CAD programs have some sort of import/export function for dealing with non-native formats.

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Old 11-08-2005, 05:15 AM
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Default WVO tank

Thanks Pete for the advice - hope fully , here it is
This tank will be my primary carry tank (560ltrs) which will automatically feed into a smaller 50-100ltr tank. Both tanks will be heated, but the smaller tank will receive the highest heat concentration as the oil will go from te smaller tank to the IP.

http://www.frybrid.com/forum/attachm...hmentid=&stc=1
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Old 11-08-2005, 06:06 PM
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#2 - I need a racor FG 1000
What is the flowrate you're looking for in a filter?
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Old 11-11-2005, 01:12 AM
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Hello everyone - Chris! Have you had a chance to catch up on the previous posts on this thread yet?? Would love to get your idea's / advice in response to my questions. In the meantime I will draw up my intended flow diagram and post it for general comments

regards , Allan.
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Old 11-14-2005, 03:12 AM
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Default That old compressor is out!!

Well, I got this out much easier than expected, wasn't really
difficult at all. A bit of kiwi ingenuity, a chain or to, a bit of
rope, the roo bar on my ute and the trunk of a small tree and
presto!!! its all over red rover
I have posted some photo's if anyone is interested. Any one wanting
more details on how - you are welcome to PM me.
You can check out the photo's here - just copy and paste into your address bar:
http://photos.groups.yahoo.com/group...ase.yahoo.com/

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