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'Feric chloride drum'
2002\07\23@132953 by Brendan Moran

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Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric Chloride out of
one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and into a fairly small
etching basin, with the least amount of spray/spillage?

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2002\07\23@133741 by Brian Aase

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Your friendly local scientific (or medical) supply house will
gladly sell you a cheap polyethylene hand pump that screws right
on to the container.

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2002\07\23@134626 by Lyle Killough

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Try a turkey baster.

> Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric
> Chloride out of one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and
> into a fairly small etching basin, with the least amount of
> spray/spillage?
>

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2002\07\23@134635 by Sid Weaver

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In a message dated 7/23/02 13:31:08 Eastern Daylight Time,
spam_OUTbmoranTakeThisOuTspamMILLENNIUM.CA writes:


> Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric Chloride out of
> one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and into a fairly small
> etching basin, with the least amount of spray/spillage?
>

Get a big basting syringe at your supermarket.

Sid

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2002\07\23@134639 by 4HAZ

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> Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric Chloride out of
> one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and into a fairly small
> etching basin, with the least amount of spray/spillage?

Where I buy they use a small ALL PLASTIC  hand operated pump to transfer it
from a plastic 55 gallon drum into 1 gallon or 1 quart bottles. This same
pump can be found in most places that sell kerosene heaters as well.

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2002\07\23@134845 by Amaury Jacquot

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On Tue, Jul 23, 2002 at 10:29:25AM -0700, Brendan Moran wrote:
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> Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric Chloride out of
> one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and into a fairly small
> etching basin, with the least amount of spray/spillage?

use a plastic soup serving spoon ;-)

no, just kidding...

use a piece of PVC tubing as a guide from the container to the etching
basin.
This will require 2 people, one to hold the pipe, and the other to
slowly pour in the PVC tube. This will prevent spills (if the guy
holding the container is careful, and the spraying (which will be
stopped by the PVC tube).

A good size tube for this would prolly be toilet-seat evacuation pipe
(about 3-4 inches in diameter)

Sincerely

Amaury

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2002\07\23@135209 by A.J. Tufgar

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Brendan,
       A large plastic syringe would work well.  Adavatage:  Cheap.  :)

If you want to get fancy you could use a pump.  I can't remember the
name of the type.  But you want the type that works by rotating a disk
with little ball barrings on it.  The ball bearings pinch the tube in
succession as the disk rotates.  I think they are called positive
displacment pumps.  with this type the chemical never leaves the tube so
it would not effect the motor.

I'd use the syringe though.  :)

Aaron

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2002\07\23@143710 by John Ferrell

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There is a simple, cheap and rugged model airplane fuel pump under the Dave
Brown brand. It is available at most model airplane hobby shops or through
Tower Hobbies. Less than $10. It will take about 25 revolutions for 4
ounces. The fluid will only contact plastic nipples and vinyl tubing.
Silicon fuel tubing is available from the same source to attach.

After using, if you join the loose ends of the silicon tubing with a small
plastic section (auto parts store, windshield cleaner plumbing) you won't
have to worry about cleaning the inside. Just wipe the outside of the
tubing.

You should be able to avoid spilling even a drop.

John Ferrell
6241 Phillippi Rd
Julian NC 27283
Phone: (336)685-9606
Dixie Competition Products
NSRCA 479 AMA 4190  W8CCW
"My Competition is Not My Enemy"



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2002\07\23@211754 by Pic Dude

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Perhaps one of those all-plastic hand-crank pumps that
the model-airplane folks use?  Can't see this being
incompatible with ferric chloride.

Cheers,
-Neil.



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2002\07\24@031114 by Joe Farr

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They do a small 12v electric pump that has all plastic parts for the bits that come into contact with the fuel. Also, how about an electric water washer pump as used in a car for squirting water onto the wind screen.
Should cost almost nothing from a scrap yard.


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Perhaps one of those all-plastic hand-crank pumps that
the model-airplane folks use?  Can't see this being
incompatible with ferric chloride.

Cheers,
-Neil.

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2002\07\24@122243 by Peter L. Peres

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On Tue, 23 Jul 2002, Brendan Moran wrote:

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>Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to get Ferric Chloride out of
>one of those 5.3 gallon blue containers, and into a fairly small
>etching basin, with the least amount of spray/spillage?

Car fuel hose with syphon pump (rubber bulb attached to middle of hose).
Make sure you can quench the flow without lifting the end out of the
receiver before use (by bending the hose or otherwise). Available at gas
stations etc.

Peter

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