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My WWII German Collection

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  1. #171

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    Hey,
    No,i wish i had When I come home at work then I collect my items at the Post Service.
    Post service about 900m at my house.Estland is very small country (45,227 km2) when i buy in state then i have my items
    arrived 1-2 days.Tomorrow i do some pictures to electrolys too.

    Best regrads,
    Janar

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  3. #172

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    Small but beautiful
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

  4. #173

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    Hey,

    Thank you Chris!

    Successful operation you will need the Following things.

    1.Car Battery 12V 6A carger better.Bigger thing need bigger power source.
    2.Sea salt.It give better power flow management.
    3.Iron bars or tubes.WHEN YOU USE STAINLESS STEEL IT EMITS VERY TOXIC GASES!
    4.Some copper wire.
    5.Some bucket, box, bowl.


    Here are pictures how do I Electrolyse.
    I use 10mm iron tubes I drilled holes through the tubes up and down .Through the tubes I let copper wire then it looks like a metal armature.Just as big to fit in a bucket, box, bowl.
    Then put about 10 liters of water 4 tablespoons of sea salt.Then bucet fill up whit warm water.Put in center of armature thing that you want to clean.
    MAKE SURE THAT ALL THE CONNECTION ARE GOOD! Otherwise the process is not working.

    - (Negative) GOES TO ITEM YOU WANT CLEAN
    + (Positive) goes to the IRON BAR.DO NOT MIX THEM!Or ruien you're relic!

    SAFTY FIRST!
    100% Make sure there is no short circuit then you burn down your battery charger or in the worst case you burn your house down.When your protcess on Power DO NOT PUT your hands in the water just in case.Chek every 4 -5 hour the car battery charger DO NOT OVER HEAT!

    Best regrads,
    Janar
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  5. #174

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    Good looking collection. Well done

  6. #175

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    Quote by poele1968 View Post
    Good looking collection. Well done
    Thank you!

  7. #176

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    Very nice collection. Thanks for the information on electrolytic cleaning!

  8. #177

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    Quote by roger9344 View Post
    Very nice collection. Thanks for the information on electrolytic cleaning!
    Thank you,
    You're welcome!

    Best regards,
    Janar

  9. #178

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    Thanks for the info and the photos mate.
    I have also connected all the bars between them but only on the top side. I will connect them underneath as well. Does it matter if the wire is not made of copper? The one i use is an iron one. I will post pics tomorrow.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

  10. #179

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    Hey,

    Copper wire leads better flow.I have 2,5mm wire.

  11. #180

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    Hi friend. Here is my set up. It's like yours but with iron instead of copper wire. Also is not connected at the bottom. I will connect it there as well and try to find copper wire.
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    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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