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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew Wiley View Post
    (Sorry, Ken ... and it would be nice
    if someone came up with a "new" dead horse; after all, this forum is supposed to be
    creative).
    How about this one? From one of my pilot forums that also runs on vBulletin, it's even in the selectable smileys list.
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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    Roger - the flies around that horse do seem to give it the authenticity of deadness,
    but if parathion had killed the horse, the flies would be dead too. Somewhere around
    here I have some sandstone footprints of mesohippus, but perhaps that's just too
    dead of a horse.

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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    What is the purpose of Triethanolamine in the 510 formula? Is it the alkalie??

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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    Andrew,

    The TEA acts as the solvent, into which the constituent chemicals are dissolved, and when mixed with water, acts as the accelerator.

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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    When properly heated and mixed, what color should the 510-pyro concentrate be?
    Mine boiled pretty quick and turned brown. Is it any good or should it be a lighter color?

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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    For the sake of the archives, I will follow up to say it worked well. I went on to make 2 more batches... and will probably make a third later this weekend.

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    Re: pyro developer, but which?

    I'm glad it's working well for you, but I'm a little confused -- are you making up batches of of working solution, or concentrate? I usually make up a liter of concentrate at a time, but even 100ml of it will last quite a while. So, I assume your batches were of working solution?

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