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Advice for gascolator quick drains (extra info)

 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 14, 2018 7:06 pm    Post subject: Advice for gascolator quick drains (extra info) Reply with quote

I just realized a better way of describing the type of fuel drain that I imagine might work perfectly for the gascolators under slight suction as I mentioned.

I'm thinking of something along a similar design to how the bleeder valves for the brake lines work. The valve is held closed by screwing the mechanism shut, but when the mechanism is unscrewed, fluid can flow through and out the centre of the valve. Really, not all that dissimilar to how a regular tap works either. Does such a thing exist with a relatively low profile and 1/4" NPT threads that wouldn't protrude too far into the gascolator? Or does someone see a problem with this type of approach?

But of course I'm open to any and all suggestions too!

Thanks!

Dan
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