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Skibane

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Posted: 12/10/21 02:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If it worries you, just slap one of these on top...

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Skibane wrote:

If it worries you, just slap one of these on top...

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I assume you're joking since that would likely destroy the effectiveness of the GenTuri. The exhaust pressure drops pretty low when the hot gas expands from the smaller exhaust pipe to the larger plastic riser tube. The exhaust heat causes the exhaust/air mixture to travel up the tube with minimal pressure. The cap would likely just cause most of the hot exhaust to exit at the open bottom of the larger tube.


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dedmiston wrote:

I think you can safely cross this off your list of things to worry about.



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DO not cover the pipe with the cap someone suggested

What happens. Rain nearly never falls Straight down (If ever) as it always has some wind in the mix so the pipe is what 10-12 feet the rain entering the pipe hits the inner surface of the pipe and follows it down. when it gets to the bottom of the big black pipe there is nothing to push it up and into the generator metal pipe so it drops to the ground. No problem.

And if the genny is running that elbow is over 220 degrees so steam results, not damage.


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Posted: 12/11/21 01:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Skibane wrote:

If it worries you, just slap one of these on top...

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I don't think people understood your intention.



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