> From: N. S. FIRESTONE <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: [TowerTalk] Water out!!
> Date: Tuesday, September 16, 1997 3:16 PM
> Still looking for a lubricant that will sink to the bottom of my rotating
> tower casing and displace water that's trying to beat up the cone bearing
> at the bottom.
> I'm a bit confused by some of the suggestions, if those products are
> indeed heavier than water:
> why are the condensate drain petcocks on the bottom of the "152" wing
> why are the oil slicks on the Ohio river on the surface of the water?
> why are the fuel oil tanks at our radio club sloped and the drain valve
> positioned at that low spot for condensate removal?
> It appears to me that everything from AV gas to heating oil floats
> (including bunker oil) on water.
> Am I missing something? Thanks for the help.
> 73 de Nate, W3SVJ@juno.com
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How about Dry Gas? It may, or may not, be a lubricant but it certainly
sinks to the bottom of gas tanks and displaces water. Just a thought.
73 de Walt - K2WK
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