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Any reason why you wouldn't simply have used a continuous loop with one end being the feed and the other a return? I would tend to believe that your design would eventually leak do to temperature fluctuation i.e.: as hot as 90 degrees Celsius when not in use (built up of heat) in addition to all of the parts possibly costing more.
This looks and sounds fantastic. Seeing the length and engineering involved do you offer services of manufacturing one and selling it for those not having the time to build one themselves?
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