There is a local Craiglist post for a PILE of borosilicate (Pyrex) glass drain line for free. Its completely acid-proof plumbing stuff...anybody have experience or knowledge of where it might be used? I would imagine in an industrial chemical setting. Seems like something that would have a lot of resale value, but I haven't the fondest clue on who to try to market it to. Seems like it might almost be too small a market to be worth the hour+ drive to try to get it.
I have seen that used for the basin drains etc. in the Chemtura and Safety Kleen labs in this area, (old stuff, Chemtura in Elmira used to be Uniroyal where they made all the agent orange for the war you guys had with Vietnam).
They used to use it in the high school chem labs too but thermal welded plastics are the new thing, I doubt anybody would be interested in buying that stuff other than perhaps hobbyists...
Simple schematic for a pump and heater control with a high limit
Sensor for the biodiesel/glycerin layer
As I recall it's a modular system with different lengths coupled to fittings with special connectors. I've got a 3 ft piece of it around here somewhere. Finding suitable couplers with gaskets for re-assembly could prove to be challenging.
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