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New Valve Idea

Unread postAuthor: PCGUY » Sat Feb 26, 2005 10:01 pm

<div align="center">NEW VALVE IDEA

Provided By - BC Pneumatics

Tokay, I had this though a few days ago in Geometry, and put it on paper.

<img src="http://www.spudfiles.com/official_pics/HybridValve.GIF">

The main problems are choking the flow, but this can be overcome since this valve would trample the 2" barrier of many union-ed hybrids. Also, The vent holes could be made larger if you wished.

The next is the spring and piston. It has to have an air tight seal at ~200 psi, and then give at ~250. The idea is, it holds back the air and propane, and the pressure caused by ignition would push it open.

Thats pretty much it. Tell what you all think. I will try to order some things from MC master and build a small one for a pneumatic in a 2" by 6" piece of pvc. I don't know how long this will take though, because most of my money is ear-marked for other things. I might set aside my Hybrid and see if this pans out, because I can promise you that if it does, my Hybrid will definitly have one.

Provided By - BC Pneumatics</div>
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