I would be curious to know if the fire/burning didn't cause a chemical change/degradation of the OAAfter the strips are dried put them under the removable bottom board to burn into the hive.
I believe he has the neg. Wired at the end of the all thread and wood handle. I put mine there also, but no wood handle on mine.Headnut, I like your slim oav version. Very professional done.
Mind giving the dimensions of each pieces? i.e. the block, drill size use, etc.
And where the negative terminal is connected to? I only see the hot wire connect to
I made an error in the sublimation temperature of oxalic acid in post #25. The temperature in the document is 157 degrees C, which converts to 314.6 F.Also, the sublimation temperature of oxalic acid is 147 degrees C (297 degrees F) ...
No foolish questions here. Aluminum is just fine and it is what is used by most and no, it is not corroded by the OA. Stainless is better as it allows a more even distribution of heat but you'll be just fine using aluminum.Hello,
I am a newcomer; must excuse me if I make some foolish question.
I've been watching the projects that are in the forum to build a vaporizer oxalic. My first question is about the material: aluminum is suitable as a container for holding the boiling acid? It is not corroded by acid? I thought using stainless, but it is much harder to do machining at home. I prefer to use aluminum, if there are no drawbacks.