Condenser

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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

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.

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. Note that to produce all of these parts, you will need access to a Furnace, Crafting Table, Chemical Processor, Machining Mill and Extruder.

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)
     * 1 Metal Die (Fibers)
       - 21 ingots of the same type (Aluminum, stainless steel, antimony-lead, nickel, nichrome, bismuth, steel, magnesium, titanium,
         cobalt, antimony, manganese, platinum, brass, tungsten, bronze, or tungsten carbide)
 * 5 Membrane X
   - 5 Fibers (LDPE) (per membrane)

Gallery

Gui condenser.png Condenser.png

References

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