Posted by Bob3 on August 16, 2001 at 06:02:34:
In Reply to: Re: O2 cleaning posted by MHK on August 15, 2001 at 10:44:17:
"As far as O2 combustion is concerned: what I've learned over the years is that for a fire to take place you need 3 things: Fuel,
Oxygen and Heat. If you remove any one of these three, you won't have a fire. It is almost impossible to remove all the
fuel,which is what O2 cleaning is supposed to do. So lets remove the heat. When filling a tank with O2 you can generate heat
by filling your tank too fast. To avoid this, fill your tank very sloooowly. You can do this by opening your valves slowly, using a
restricted orifice or a needle valve."
Methinks one of the basics of physics has been glossed over on that one.
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