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'''List of Ingredients'''
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- 7 blocks of [[Stone]]
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  * Each block is made by smelting a block of [[Cobblestone]]
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- 1 block of [[Redstone]]
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  * 9 pieces of redstone on a crafting table
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- 1 [[Separation Membrane]]
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  * 4 [[Membrane O]]
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    - 4 [[Fibers (LDPE)]] (per membrane)
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      * 16 [[Bag (Low Density PolyEthylene Pellets)]] (per fiber)
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        - 1 [[Flask (Ethylene)]] (per bag)
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  * 5 [[Membrane X]]
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    - 5 [[Fibers (LDPE)]] (per membrane)
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      * 16 [[Bag (Low Density PolyEthylene Pellets)]] (per fiber)
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        - 1 [[Flask (Ethylene)]] (per bag) 
  
 
==History==
 
==History==

Revision as of 23:57, 4 December 2016

Description

A condenser utilizes membranes to separate Nitrogen from the air. A condenser also allows you to harvest salt water if it is placed next to a block of water.

External

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Membrane_gas_separation

Properties

Name Value
CompoundVesselToSpawn Flask (Nitrogen)
AmountToSpawn 1
SpawnFreq (sec) 10
Release Version 1.0.0
UnitSize 1 block

Recipes

Crafting Table

Outputs Components Recipe
  • Condenser Condenser
Stone
Stone
Stone
Stone
Separation Membrane
Stone
Stone
Stone
Block of Redstone
Condenser

Ingredients/Tips

Below you will find some helpful tips and lists for gathering the materials you will need to make the condenser.

CondenserFlowchart.png

List of Ingredients

- 7 blocks of Stone

 * Each block is made by smelting a block of Cobblestone

- 1 block of Redstone

 * 9 pieces of redstone on a crafting table

- 1 Separation Membrane

 * 4 Membrane O
   - 4 Fibers (LDPE) (per membrane)
     * 16 Bag (Low Density PolyEthylene Pellets) (per fiber)
       - 1 Flask (Ethylene) (per bag)
 * 5 Membrane X
   - 5 Fibers (LDPE) (per membrane)
     * 16 Bag (Low Density PolyEthylene Pellets) (per fiber)
       - 1 Flask (Ethylene) (per bag)   

History

Membrane gas separation is primarily used to separate atmospheric air into its two main components, nitrogen (78.08%) and oxygen (20.95%). However trace elements like argon (0.93%), carbon dioxide (0.038%) and other inert gases can also be obtained this way. The membranes act as a permeable layer that gases move through at different rates, effectively separating the main components.

Gallery

Gui condenser.png Condenser.png

References