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I have finally all the parts for a test setup...but they send me the wrong ones?
I ordered 3/4 i thought that would be 19mm, but they sended 25mm isnt that 1 inch?
On the tube is also 3/4 printed.



I am surprised that the hole in the sprinkler is 11mm, i thought the hole would be a lot smaller.
Anyway, i held a lighter under one of them, not even a second and they explode.
Always put on some glasses!!!! i dont know what is in, but it was powerful and really a lot very small sharfs



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(08-10-2019, 12:25 PM)Bubba Wrote: I noticed the Self-Sustaning bit.  This means that Nitrogen will not work.  Nitrogen's purpose is to displace Oxygen.  Self sustaining reactions will still burn in a Nitrogen rich environment.

Hi Bubba.

Agree totally with you.

Sorry my post was badly worded, it should have meant I have most of the materials needed to do the nitrogen part of the sprinkler system, the rest I would need to get and add to it. Please see my earlier post for a simplified basic idea of the system.

The nitrogen would be used as the propellant for the F500 solution, I will be installing a dry sprinkler system to prevent release in the event of accidental damage to a sprinkler head etc.
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Why pressurise the system?
In my case the sprinklers are going to be mounted above the packs.
The hole inside the sprinkler is big enough for free dropping the substance.
My packs will be in a sort of: leak free tray, i dont know the word for it sorry(5 liter aquarium Tongue ).

I am planning to (if the tests are to my satisfaction) connect ten sprinklers to one tube 32mm in dia.
If one pack would have a thermal runaway, the sprinkler will do its job and the pipes will empty there contend.
No need for pressure or big barrels or valves?

I am a bit counting on the "law of communicating barrels", perhaps some pressure to speed up the drowning of the pack(s)?
Chuckp does not simply add nitrogen for fun!

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