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Easy ? with no answer # 6
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I have seen a pic of a cell holding 100psi under water with an air hose. Do bubblers and resevoirs need to be able to hold 100psi of pressure ? I don't get why ? It is not a closed system because what you produce is being sucked into the engine. Pressure release valve on a bubbler ? Why

These are the ?'s I reaaly can't find answers to. I am almost there in putting a system togather. I even have diagrams of how everything is wired up and ready to start this project. Thanks for everyones patience. Most of you can answer my question in seconds lol.
01-19-2012 12:00 PM
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RE: Easy ? with no answer # 6
There's really no reason for a high pressure capability in the cell like that, unless perhaps its meant to withstand backflashes or explosions. But it certainly demonstrates a higher quality of cell.

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01-19-2012 01:03 PM
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RE: Easy ? with no answer # 6
Thaaank you.
01-19-2012 06:04 PM
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