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Re: spark gap noise suppression
Original poster: Yurtle Turtle <yurtle_t@xxxxxxxxx>
Whatever you use, it'll be subjected to heat, UV,
Ozone, and NOx.
--- Tesla list <tesla@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Original poster: Frank <fxrays@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Just by putting the gap in a wooden enclosure will
> help quite a bit.
> Make sure it is at least 1/2" thick and of either of
> a solid hard
> wood or a good dense particle board.
> Plywood will work but it tends to de-laminae and
> starts buzzing.
> You can line the inside of the box with some wonder
> board to help
> make it heat resistant.
> At 02:32 PM 1/28/2007 -0700, you wrote:
> >Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
> >It sure wouldn't hurt to muffle the gap, but the
> main sparks will
> >still be quite noisy...at least in a bigger coil.
> >Has anyone ever tried to make things a little
> quieter when running your
> >I was looking at the muffler on my central vacuum
> unit and it has a
> >muffler that quiets the unit by about 50%.
> Borrowing from that idea,
> >I was thinking about building a box lined with some
> type of foam with
> >openings on each end. Any thoughts?
> >spam with award-winning protection.
> >Try the
> >Yahoo! Mail Beta.
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