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Re: Unpotted NST

Original poster: "resonance" <resonance@xxxxxxxxxxxx>

I've already check out this exact idea, contacting both Jefferson and Franceformer, and for legal reasons, the lawyers will not allow the sale of any unpotted nsts --- failure to meet UL standards which could potentially cause a fire. If an employee tries to buy one "on the side", he is told he will be fired for putting the company at risk. I know someone "inside" and they just can not and will not do it.

The insurance company pays and then sues the neon xmfr mfgr for the cost of your house plus "expenses".

I think the single MOT coil Terry developed and the dual MOT coil we are both developing will be the wave of the future. Low weight and solid state state switching for sparks up to 7.5 ft on our dual MOT design. No nsts.

Dr. Resonance

From:  "Tesla list" <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx>
To:  tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject:  Re: Unpotted NST
Date:  Sat, 06 Jan 2007 19:42:49 -0700
>Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
>Thanks Mike for the reply.  What is the reason they pot them in the
>first place?  Dennis
>Hi Dennis,
>    They pot them for one main reason....to make them weather proof.
>   The secondary benefit is that no corona will be developed in the
>tar, which might lead to early failure of the transformer.  When we
>play with them,  we tend to exceed their design limitations, so
>sometimes a carbon track will form and essentiall short out one side
>of the transformer..  Some have had to remove a layer or two of
>windings in some cases because they created a short between layers,
>but I think that is a rare occurance.
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