Thank’s for the quick response. I believe some of the crew members of this site will greately appreciate it.
I have corrected the 5 items you have pointed out, please check it out. Fill free to make any further correction/suggestions.
Regarding the 6th item, justo to make this great I will suggest you, if you wish, to make a technical list of the different parts. For example:
The nozzle is a copper pipe outside diammeter of 1 1/2 “, inside diammeter of 1”, meaning that the pipe wall is 1/4" thick, with four 7/16" holes tilted 45 degrees for easy cleaning with a poaker.
The pipe inside and at the top of the reactor is galvanized steel of 1" diammeter. Same kind of pipe from the cyclon to the cooler/coalescer. From the cooling/coalescer the pipe is plastic of 1" diammeter… etc.
And at last to make this just perfect I will suggest you, again if you wish,
is to give some procedures about how you star to gasifier, run the systems and how to stop it.
One of my concerns is: When you run only half of the the reactor load, and after it has cools down, let’s say next day. You just add more “fresh” charcoal and start the reactor with the charcoal left over (=plain carbon) since last trip or you empty the full reactor, all the way to the buttom and reloaded with “fresh” charcoal?? I am asking this because somebody mentioned that it is very hard to star the charcoal gasifier with charcoal that has being left over (= plain carbon). Meaning that plain carbon is harder to star than “fresh” or “unused” charcoal.