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    Managed to get some coverage the Alaska, as usual they don't get it quite right.

    http://www.adn.com/news/alaska/matsu/

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    Make that coverage.....IN....Alaska ...

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    • #3
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      Nice article, and I am happy to see you spread the good word up there!
      Direct link to article:
      http://www.adn.com/news/environment/story/701206.html

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      • #4
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        Alaska GX...

        Great application...

        but, I'm curious about how the Fuelmaker performs in a cold climate like yours.

        Particularly, is mosture content in the gas a problem?

        Are you using pipleline gas or is in from an existing well?

        Anxious to hear your experiance.

        Cordially,

        afvman/Bill

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        • #5
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          avf/man/Bill/all

          The gas in alaska in very dry, running through underground lines from Cook Inlet about 150 miles. Serving Anchorage and the Mat-Su Valley the ground is frozen to depths of 5'-10' each winter any mositure would plug the lines.

          So far the FMQ is doing OK, I've got it set up on 12"wc and it still is giving me the lower end of the spec's. Still gathering the data but it appears that I'm barely getting .9 gge/hr and it's using over 1.2 KWH per gge.

          Some one suggested that I dial the pressure down to 7"wc, that does not make any sense to me but I may try anyway.

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          • #6
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            Great job.

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