Electrolosis tank 1 cooking 1 on the make

Sun Dec 10, 2006 1:33 pm

these are pics of my electrolosis tanks the 2nd tank is about 500 gal. have not started it yet still looking for scrape metal
David
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Sun Dec 10, 2006 2:24 pm

David:

Interesting adaptation.... I would personally like to see more pics. One suggestion though is to lower the whole part into the solution.. add some water you are a bit low. It will go a lot faster....

That second tank.. I was looking for one like that.. but could never find one. That looks almost too good to cut up to use as an electrolysis tank... but it sure would work nice :!: :D Please post pics of how you decide to fabricate this one...

Sun Dec 10, 2006 3:50 pm

Rudi Re. the larger tank:In the fishing and frozen food industry they use large poly boxes measure 40-48 in. about 36in. tall with removable tops VERY heavy duty, drain at the bottom and well insulated. They are designed to carry 1000lbs. of product wet, dry or whatever. They can usually be found around fish piers or food warehouses, we call them "gaylords" around here. :idea:

Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:02 pm

Rudi wrote:David:

Interesting adaptation.... I would personally like to see more pics. One suggestion though is to lower the whole part into the solution.. add some water you are a bit low. It will go a lot faster....

That second tank.. I was looking for one like that.. but could never find one. That looks almost too good to cut up to use as an electrolysis tank... but it sure would work nice :!: :D Please post pics of how you decide to fabricate this one...


Rudi,
The part in the tank is touching the bottom. When I have it full the cats drink out of it. Dont no if it will hurt them but dont want to take the chance.
My boy keeps them plenty of fresh water but they still want to drink out of the tank. Never did like cats
But love my children so I put up with them.
Bet you never thought that would be the reason for a low tank
David

Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:03 pm

OH, on my dialup it takesd about 12 hr to load pics
David

Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:08 pm

David Bennett wrote:OH, on my dialup it takesd about 12 hr to load pics The tank is a milk tank, that is the size I use to by at the store when all my kids were at home Use to bring the corn flakes in by the truck load
David

Sun Dec 10, 2006 7:18 pm

Nice tanks!

Take a look at 'image resizer' from Microsoft (link on Rudi's site). Makes images really reasonable in size and should cure your upload problem.

Larry

Sun Dec 10, 2006 8:10 pm

junkman1946 wrote:Rudi Re. the larger tank:In the fishing and frozen food industry they use large poly boxes measure 40-48 in. about 36in. tall with removable tops VERY heavy duty, drain at the bottom and well insulated. They are designed to carry 1000lbs. of product wet, dry or whatever. They can usually be found around fish piers or food warehouses, we call them "gaylords" around here. :idea:


we use one of them that is 48 ins. high

Mon Dec 11, 2006 7:44 am

NICE TANKS David...Looks like you're well on your way to refurbishin' all your old Cub parts :!: :D

Mon Dec 11, 2006 12:35 pm

junkman1946 wrote:Rudi Re. the larger tank:In the fishing and frozen food industry they use large poly boxes measure 40-48 in. about 36in. tall with removable tops VERY heavy duty, drain at the bottom and well insulated. They are designed to carry 1000lbs. of product wet, dry or whatever. They can usually be found around fish piers or food warehouses, we call them "gaylords" around here. :idea:


Yup, living in New Brunswick -- I see many of them, there just are none available to non-fishermen cheaply. They either get recycled or they want $100.00 to $250.00 for tanks that leak...

Also, the one in the picture is usually used for landscapers etc., as a portable tank for spray irrigation of newly planted trees... and they want an arm and a leg for the used ones as well, and they usually leak :!: :? :shock: :roll: :lol:

So, I got me a huge one.... a 400 gallon used plastic oil tank, from my brother-in-law via my father-in-law.... FREE :!: :!: I much prefer that..

David Bennett wrote:Rudi,
The part in the tank is touching the bottom. When I have it full the cats drink out of it. Dont no if it will hurt them but dont want to take the chance.
My boy keeps them plenty of fresh water but they still want to drink out of the tank. Never did like cats
But love my children so I put up with them.
Bet you never thought that would be the reason for a low tank
David


David.. ok.. you are right.. that would never have entered my head. Our cats usually end up getting to be road kill for some reason, so we no longer have em.. besides, I think our birds would have a fit.. :wink: :lol: :lol: :lol:

David Bennett wrote:OH, on my dialup it takesd about 12 hr to load pics The tank is a milk tank, that is the size I use to by at the store when all my kids were at home Use to bring the corn flakes in by the truck load
David
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David, yup, Larry got it nailed. Use either Irfanview or WinXp Image Resizer. Image Resizer is quicker and faster.. choose the default of 640x480 and it will result in jpegs usually smaller than 100kb even on larger files without compromising clarity too much. Be much easier to upload.

You can also email em to me and I can help with putting it together for you and I will host the project on the Cub Server...