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Re: museum exhibit

Post  John on Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:25 pm

That looks great! Where did you find the foam for the filter part of the nozzle? I still haven't found something that I love for the filtering part.
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Post  gwoodward on Tue Apr 05, 2011 4:03 am

I bought the foam from "foam to size in virginia". I buy foam cut in the shape of an aircraft wing (airfoil). I use it in the aviation exhibit I built. I was telling the vendor about the laminar jet and he suggested this foam. It's used in boat seats and fish pond filters. I haven't tried my nozzel yet so I can't comment on the foam. I was just looking for materials that will last a long time, as you know water is pretty corrosive and abrasive. I'm planning on trying my nozzel this weekend. What don't you like about the foams you have tried?

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Post  John on Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:50 pm

All I used once was a sponge. It was probably the same stuff that you have. I've also tried weed barrier. I've liked that.
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