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L. B,

03-22-2013 10:54:34

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Atomic number 7 Nitrogen (N) is oderless tasteless yad yad. Did ya ever notice Shell gasoline is always the higest priced gas, at least where I live so follow the buck. They claim it helps keep your engine clean. Now this is a selling point cause the only way to disprove their claim is dimassemble the power plant which the soccer mom or nerd who buys this leatest ploy aint going to do that. However nitrogen is the reason that you can buy Washington apples in the middle of winter they are kept in a nitrogen rich storage facility, they do it to some meat too. I was told also the reason they use it in gas cause it was left over from not being able to sell it to people to put in their tires?

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03-22-2013 14:58:19

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 Re: NITROGEN CHARGED in reply to L. B,, 03-22-2013 10:54:34  

Since I am a refrigeration ingineer, I flow N thru copper while brazing. WHY? Inert gas keeps pipes cleaner. Then I store apples. Lime absorbs N for "N" Bank if machinery breaks down.
We use about 10 tons of bagged lime in each of our CA cold storages, here.

So, after the CA rooms are emptyied out of apples, we have NITROGEN CHARGED LIME. Good for orchard land.

Moral to the 9N is not designed for NITROGEN CHARGED GASOLINE.


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