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[PAL] Pulvérator

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[PAL] Pulvérator

Unread postAuthor: smirpab » Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:45 pm

Hi all, (sorry for english, i'm French ;)).

I present my latest creation, a PAL to change a little bit.

So it had to be powerful, simple, reliable and loud :).

For this, the idea of ​​creation came in finding a former reserve sprayer treatments.
It resists over 3bar and big enough section.

The PAL consists of a chamber Ø150 by 300mm long (a little over 5 liters).
A cannon fired to golf balls and whatnot.
A two-point ignition (2étincelles the same time).
12volt fan Ø50.
A direct injection.
A system reload fast enough.

Now for the photos:

A small overview:
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Holes for better stability projectiles and improves the rendering aesthetic
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The barrel is fixed to the room with the screws poêlier Ø5mm, the barrel is covered with a sleeve, plus I drilled and tapped M5 in:
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Reloading a Ø44mm hole to hole saw for the passage of golf balls, a simple sleeve when I removed the stop in order to transform it into a headline:
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The end of the handle with piezo BBQ:
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Here you can see the switch button to turn on the fan and plug 3/8 "brass electrodes have access to:
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The fan in the combustion chamber, it is screwed onto a 90 ° angle 80 × 80mm:
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And finally the direct injection:
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Note that the hose Ø50mm holding the bottles also take the 80mm bracket.

I am aware that the ration is not optimized at all, but here are looking for a patator, practical and fun:
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Videos will be for later: D.

The cost of this patator came back at 8 € (plug, hose, gun and a handle portion).
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Unread postAuthor: jackssmirkingrevenge » Sun Jan 06, 2013 12:37 am

Trés cool!

I love the way you put it together, neat and functional, and breech loading too!

My only objection is the "spray and pray" as opposed to metered fuelling but hey, if it works ;)
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Unread postAuthor: smirpab » Sun Jan 06, 2013 9:36 am

Thank you very much :D.
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