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Old 06-24-2015, 05:19 PM   #11
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Oh.. right.. crossing over the top of that beam could be a problem. Once, especially at the high end of the line, might not be too bad.. but to cross over twice might be what they call "less ideal."
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Old 06-24-2015, 05:41 PM   #12
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The author of post #17 says that the hair gets wrapped around the shaft instead of minced, eventually slowing the pump down to a halt.

that's a simple fix.....

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Oh.. right.. crossing over the top of that beam could be a problem. Once, especially at the high end of the line, might not be too bad.. but to cross over twice might be what they call "less ideal."
I think it will just cross once...when I introduced the drop to 'chief engineer' it appeared to turn a bulb on.

Looking again, we may be able to swing it if the tube will fit through (I think it will) and we'll install the hepvo once we pass the Ibeam.

maybe?
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