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THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF CALLS FOR THE 6 INCH
SO HERE GOES AND RIGHT FROM Robert Warren's own words
( with a little thog of tech notes from Gilles )

Robert Warren wrote : ( right hand corner of the plans sheet )
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  • WHEN USING 4'' PIPE ADD 1'' TO ALL BUBBLER DIMENSIONS AND USE 1'' OR LARGER VAPOUR INLET.

    • THE REST IS THE SAME AS 3''.
  • FOR 6'' DESIGN, DOUBLE ALL DIMMENSIONS AND SIZES OF FITTINGS
    • ( EXCEPT FOR TEMP PROBE FOR THE VALVE, AND THERMOMETER PROBE WHICH WILL STAY THE
      SAME 1/2', FITTINGS.)
    • INTERNAL COIL TUBE USES SAME SPACE FROM END OF SECTION AND ADD 1'' FOR MORE ROOM IF NEEDED...
    • USE LARGE MARBLES
      • Robert Warren

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I have worked out this simple formula :

  • WE KNOW FROM ZOODLES YEARS EXPERIENCE
  • THAT THE ONE CONSTANT GUIDING FACTOR OF A
    REFLUX COLUMN IS ITS SIZE RATIO
    • ( DIAMETER V/S HEIGHT OF COLUMN )

      So, the charles 803 has worked for 30 years and won't quit working for another 3,000 and no matter what we do !
  •  IT WILL REMAIN THE VERY BEST
    • ( AND WAIT FOR THE RESULTS OF THE TURBO-CHARGER.. THIS BABY WILL WHIZZ BY, ANYTHING EVER DREAMED OF )
  • COLUMN RATIOS FOR THE CHARLES 803:
    • DIAMETER = 3 INCHES
    • HEIGHT OF REFLUX COLUMN = 36 INCHES
    • SO WE GET A COLUMN RATIO OF 12:1
    • THEN, WE TAKE THE 12:1 RATIO AND APPLY IT :
      • 3''DIA = 36''HIGH
      • 4''DIA = 48''HIGH
      • 6''DIA = 72''HIGH
      • 8''DIA = 96''HIGH
      • 12''DIA= 144''HIGH

 

  • ALL RIGHT, NOW THAT I GOT YOUR ATTENTION,
    LET'S DIG DEEPER AND FIND THE PROPORTIONS RATIO THAT WILL GUIDE THE REST OF THE DIMENSIONS.
    • WHEN WE MOVE FROM 3'' TO OTHER SIZES,
    • WE MUST RESPECT THE ASPECT RATIOS
    • AND ALL WILL FALL WITHIN A WORKING DEVICE
    • THAT WILL PERFOR WELL
      • AND WITH A BIT OF PLAYING AROUND, WILL BE A TOP PERFORMER,
  • AND KEEP AT MIND THAT THIS BABY WOULD COST YOU A HOUSE AND LAND
    'IF IT WERE NOT FOR Robert Warren who took the time to bring it to us'
  • THEN, WE TAKE 'ALL' DIMENSIONS AND RESIZE THEM FOR THE RIGHT PROPORTIONS:
  • WE TAKE THE 3'' STILL COMPONENTS DIMENSIONS
    • TO GET A 4'' STILL MULTIPLY ''ALL DIMENSIONS''BY 1.33 (1.5 ) IS OK
    • TO GET A 6'' STILL MULTIPLY ''ALL DIMENSIONS''BY 2
    • TO GET A 8'' STILL MULTIPLY ''ALL DIMENSIONS''BY 2.6   (3 ) IS OK
    • TO GET A 12'' STILL MULTIPLY ''ALL DIMENSIONS''BY 4
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  • THE ABOVE IS A RULE OF THUMB, ALSO CALLED HEURISTIC AND WILL BE A GOOD STARTING POINT.
  • THE SUMMER 0F 2007, I WILL ( IF ENOUGH BUCKS ) BUILD A GARAGE-SHOP ATTACHED TO THE HOUSE AND THE FOLLOWING WINTER,
  • I WILL START BUILDING AND TESTING STILLS BASED ON ROBERTWARREN'S DESIGN.
  • THESE WILL BE 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24 INCH AND WILL BRING THEM TO A LEVEL OF EFFICIENCY MATCHING THE VERY BEST REFINERY'S UNITS.
  • I WILL MAKE PLANS AVAILABLE THROUGH Nanda Warren.

All my time will be spent developping the babies
and I don't get into sales...
Until I am finished experimenting and
 fine tuning the Charles 803,s
so it may be years befor I post a 'WWW SALES SITE'
dedicated to the various adaptations of the superb device.
This will be done with Nanda Warren as a partner
and or will be supervised by Nanda herself. 

I believe we how to Robert to finish what he started
since had his life not been cut so short,
he would have evolved his conceptto the fullest,
 however, he pointed to the road to follow...
Gilles