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Old 03-06-2005, 08:41 PM   #1321
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Hi Ed,

Some interesting info:

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/phs4.html

Do you think your BRB piston/sleeve affect health?
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is the cylinder still available for the PS12? Im getting that engine from a friend and i was wondering if parts are still available? Like piston & sleeve.
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Hi Ed,

Some interesting info:

http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles/phs4.html

Do you think your BRB piston/sleeve affect health?

We have already talked about it in the past, but we can do it again, no problem.
Everything written in the article is absolutely right and no dispute about it. But in our particular case we donít use Beryllium as a metal, it is Beryllium Bronze (also known as Beryllium Cupper) and it contains about 1.8 % Beryllium. Another thing is that is really dangerous to breath powder of BRB, but if you donít grinding the sleeve there is no powder. Piston is running on Chrome plating and doesnít create any powder and there is no risk to breath it (no powder-nothing to breath in). Just for instance, some strings for Guitars are made with usage of BRB, springs on wristwatches are made out of BRB etc.
On our facility in Russia we use state of the art cleaning equipment during the manufacturing process.
Also if you look the tables of dangerous materials you will find there a lot of Chemical element, which use in our hobby (NiCd batteries, Chrome plating, some of the soldering alloys contains Lead, nitromethane, etc). But as long as we donít chew or breathe those elements should be no problem.
BTW, Tower Hobbies selling propellers for boats made out of BRB and they have been use in boating for years. Those not even coated, and they are blank, so modeler must to cut it to specs-that process is very dangerous and as Motorman mentioned in the past they use all precaution and safety equipment and no problem at all.
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Hi Ed,

Did you get my pm ?

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We have already talked about it in the past, but we can do it again, no problem.
Everything written in the article is absolutely right and no dispute about it. But in our particular case we donít use Beryllium as a metal, it is Beryllium Bronze (also known as Beryllium Cupper) and it contains about 1.8 % Beryllium. Another thing is that is really dangerous to breath powder of BRB, but if you donít grinding the sleeve there is no powder. Piston is running on Chrome plating and doesnít create any powder and there is no risk to breath it (no powder-nothing to breath in). Just for instance, some strings for Guitars are made with usage of BRB, springs on wristwatches are made out of BRB etc.
On our facility in Russia we use state of the art cleaning equipment during the manufacturing process.
Also if you look the tables of dangerous materials you will find there a lot of Chemical element, which use in our hobby (NiCd batteries, Chrome plating, some of the soldering alloys contains Lead, nitromethane, etc). But as long as we donít chew or breathe those elements should be no problem.
BTW, Tower Hobbies selling propellers for boats made out of BRB and they have been use in boating for years. Those not even coated, and they are blank, so modeler must to cut it to specs-that process is very dangerous and as Motorman mentioned in the past they use all precaution and safety equipment and no problem at all.
Thanks for the explaination Edward. I figured that the alloy itself would be less dangerous but just wanted to hear the report from yourself for the benefit of us all.
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Thanks for the explaination Edward. I figured that the alloy itself would be less dangerous but just wanted to hear the report from yourself for the benefit of us all.
You are very welcome.
BTW, I guess you did get your P/S set and it should be realy good. Any info you can share please?
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You are very welcome.
BTW, I guess you did get your P/S set and it should be realy good. Any info you can share please?
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for what engine is the p/s set for?
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for what engine is the p/s set for?
Mine is in a NS12S3A1.
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Mine is in a NS12S3A1.
cool how much and how to order?
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I have them in a NS12S3 and a RER12S3 and a SX12. I know of some in RB V12's and other Nova based crankcases as well.

Contact Top Gun for pricing and stock availability.
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Our sets fit in any 14 mm strock engines, including STS, Novarossi, Rex, JP, Novamax, Top, Mugen, Novamega.
I am not allow to sell here in forum anything (I do respect rulls), but if anybody wants to-can contact to me on private way via emails, PMs. Very soon, within a week our web site will be operational and order can be placed there as well.
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Our sets fit in any 14 mm strock engines, including STS, Novarossi, Rex, JP, Novamax, Top, Mugen, Novamega.
I am not allow to sell here in forum anything (I do respect rulls), but if anybody wants to-can contact to me on private way via emails, PMs. Very soon, within a week our web site will be operational and order can be placed there as well.
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Edward...it's Francis. When are the new cranks going to be available. I should have given you my motor at the WinterNats but you looked way too busy
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Edward...it's Francis. When are the new cranks going to be available. I should have given you my motor at the WinterNats but you looked way too busy
We don't have a release date yet. It is still under testing.
We need to "torture" it to be sure it is good enough to be Palmaris Racing Product.
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Ed - You got email.

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