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23-11-2012, 08:51 PM
Post: #11
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Suppose that\'s better than riding up the stairs tangled to a listeroid like some kind of Welsh Captain Ahab. \"To the last I grapple with thee!\"

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23-11-2012, 08:56 PM
Post: #12
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[rquote=393693&tid=34710&author=jamesrl][rquote=393691&tid=34710&author=High Compression II]

If I could work out methane from waste, I\'d tell the British gas were to go as well....

[/rquote]

Just stick a pipe up y\'jacksy and fart in to a gas bag, they did it in the last war to run motas on.[/rquote]

Some of us just aint as full of Hot Air as others.....Baddevil

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23-11-2012, 08:58 PM
Post: #13
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[rquote=393697&tid=34710&author=High Compression II]
Some of us just aint as full of Hot Air as others.....Baddevil[/rquote]

Noe that IS a moot point.

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23-11-2012, 09:30 PM
Post: #14
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[rquote=393675&tid=34710&author=High Compression II]No mention of BioDiesel......

The guy had a petrol generator suspended by ropes from the ceiling, with a load of petrol cans and a car-battery underneath, in a flat in a high-rise....

I do know as one rule of council tenancy is that you are not allowed any \'Petrol Engines\' or Petrol in any house or flat.

--Say Nothing however about Diesel!





Now, Can I get a Listeroid up the three flights of stairs and onto me balcony!Info


.Edited on 23-11-2012 by High Compression II][/rquote]

petrol generator? now that is reckless.
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24-11-2012, 04:48 AM
Post: #15
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Are there any more details about this case out there on the web ?
I\'m thinking it\'s not possible to recklessly generate electricity ??
Using petrol, running an engine or whatever from a fire risk or carbon monoxide risk all well and good .
He\'d have to comply with the regs for the electricity of course. How did they catch him? Probably due his leccy bill being so low for a few weeks. I can\'t see it being cheaper for him to run a Genny on petrol anyway once you involve maintenance etc.

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24-11-2012, 09:31 AM
Post: #16
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[rquote=393691&tid=34710&author=High Compression II]Seeing I\'m paying around £25 quid a week on leccy Ive actually seriously considered making a small generator with a tiny water-cooled diesel, shove it all in summit like an old fridge case and shoving that next to the freezer on the balcony....

A cupboard full of batteries and inverter, there yer go![/rquote]

Like the idea of a small diesel genny.

Would love to have something similar, but itd have to be secret squirrel, cause of the neighbours. Hippy

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24-11-2012, 12:35 PM
Post: #17
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Main issue of a small generator installation like that would be a noise/vibration issue. Exhaust shouldn\'t be a problem if done correctly,--I\'m on top floor so a nice pipe straight up above the guttering should get the gasses away...

Anti-Noise/noise cancellation could be used I suppose--which is a sort of predictive electronic derived sound in anti-phase to the gen. sound, and fed out through a speaker, that effectively cancells out the perceived noise...
--This technique does work, although needs careful set up to be properly effective...

Vibration could be fairly well controlled if carefully designed--Guess thats what the guy above was up to, by suspending the gen by ropes....
--I think a spring/shock suspension inside a steel enclosure would be better though...

So long as I don\'t cause much noise, doubt my neighbours would care at all--They all know I\'m a total eccentric anyway, and would put it down to just another mad-cap plan!Dork
--I\'m always the one they call if they have some kind of problem anyway!Cool

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24-11-2012, 12:39 PM
Post: #18
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the way to deal with the vibration has been tested for you -

just hang it from the ceiling with ropes!

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24-11-2012, 12:44 PM
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Hmm--Several 10\'s of Kg of diesel generator suspended by ropes in me living-room, while fun doesnt really appeal...

Asthetically it would be great,--more interesting than a sectioned V8 coffee table-- but doubt I would get it past \'The Powers That Be\'!

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DONT BELIEVE THE CLIMATE-CHANGE and CO2 LIES -JUST A WAY TO TAX YOU EXTRA, AND PASS EVER MORE CONTROLLING LAWS ON YOUR LIVES!

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24-11-2012, 05:24 PM
Post: #20
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If you\'re on the top florr you may as well put the genny on the roof. I was thinking of mounting mine on old scooter springs Smile

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