Asked by tony_perez 7 years ago
I have a leaking petrol tank (pinhole size) Can it be fixed without welding?
Asked by just21 4 years ago
Asked by TonyR8 2 years ago
I have a 50 gallon water tank in the basement and a solar tank on the roof. The roof tank is 35 ft above the basement tank and the top of the basement tank is connected at the bottom of the roof tank with 1/2 inch Pex with valves. Is there a simple way of pumping the basement water to the empty roof tank. Unfortunately I can't use city water pressure to force the basement water up to the roof. I am trying to transfer the basement water to the roof leaving the basement tank empty.
Posted by atw58 3 years ago
no one makes the tank for my motorhome anymore and i do not have welding tools.so how do i fix this?
Asked by twighahn 7 years ago
I can find toy robot tank builds, but i want a how to for a robot tank that actually shows you how to build it and hopefully can withstand outdoors. Can anyone help?
Asked by acadena2 5 years ago
Use this handy dandy conversion kit and you can add some tank treads to your car! Holy smokes, this is gonna be the best thing ever for dominating the highway. The mileage will take a little bit of a hit, or a lot, but it must be worth it, right? Link
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
Hi Instructablers, As what mentioned in the topic, I am thinking of transporting water from my leaking pipe back into my tank which is roughly 10m above? Lets not talk about replacing the leaking pipe. Help help help!
Posted by kelvintoys 2 years ago
I have a 14000 rainwater tank, and like to find a way go clean the debris from the bottom potentially recycling the disturbed water - so there is minium loss i have a ready supply of compressed air near by.,.,. can any one devise perhaps a venturi device that is easy to build, runs on compressed air and effectively vaccuums the muck from the bottom while recycling the caputred water....
Posted by agatornz 7 years ago
Someone can help to build a small system to mix three gas from three various tanks and compressing it in a fourth tank? Answered
I need a small system to mix three gas (carbon dioxide, helium and hydrogen) from three various tanks and compressing it in a fourth tank. I don't need high pressure, but I need extreme accuracy and purity in the ratio of the mix. I want to try different ratio in gas mixture, then I need to regulate any single gas amount
Asked by GiorgioSteimetz 6 years ago
I've been looking and the nets just to big, I've seen it done before, years and years ago. But I can't remember how people make their own aquarium tanks. I wanted to know if anyone knows if it's possible to bend a glass pane like Tap Plastics Instructables on how to heat and bend plastic.
Asked by randomhat 9 years ago
If I were to have 2 seperate buckets, one with ground and the other with something like 9 volts nothing would happen because the 2 bodies of water arn't connected. If I were to join the two bodies of water using a wire would electrolysis take place?
Posted by guyfrom7up 10 years ago
I have been browsing through all the fish tank instructables and I thought that they were rather rubbish to be honest.... I want an instructable to build a decent tank in a rectangle shape with the dimensions of Height: 12" Length: 20" Depth:14" (Dimensions do not have to be followed but appreciated if they are and dimensions do not include lid space) If there is also any specific thicknesses needed for the tank to hold the capicity of water this would greatly appreciated if stated. I would also like the person who choses this project to use links to websites for the materials/tools (preferably English GBP currency) Any links to what types of fish are work well together would also be a bonus. Thanks in advance to anyone who will write the instructrable for this.
Posted by wazzup333 9 years ago
So me and a school team want to build a vehicle that can perform tasks such as pick up and drop things off. i have experience with building rc airplanes from scratch but i might need a little help with this. any help will be very useful. Thanks!
Asked by gibsoncrazed14 6 years ago
Does anybody have experience building gokarts perhaps? I wont be able to use bike wheels since its going to weigh 500lbs++. any ideas? help is much appreciated and if i finish it I will put up an instructable. thanks.
Asked by beijing2013 7 years ago
I have a 1550 gallon water holding tank and plumbing in an outshed in Fairbanks, Alaska. The pump and pressure tank are also in the outshed heated with an electric heater. To save energy I'm thinking to install a circulating pump inside the tank that circulates through the plumbing inside the outshed to keep it from freezing but not necessarily to the portion of water pipe going under ground to the crawlspace of the house. It should also have a thermostat to start heating when the temp of the water gets to 32 degrees or so. Is there any such thing and if so, how would it be installed? Thanks!
Asked by icicle46 6 years ago
I am planning to build a ~2:5 scale tank using this video as a guide. I am trying to decide whether to build the base as electric or gas powered like he does in the video. Electric may be less powerful but it is easier to assemble. (for me at least) I may even make an Instructable on it when I get the time. Any suggestions would be welcome. Although I have pretty much settled on a modern M1A1 Abrams-style design for the shell, my mind could be changed.
Asked by bombmaker2 7 years ago
We thourght about the Easter Island statues but not sure how. Chicken wire, paper mache and concrete mixed with vermiculite to make it lighter any ideas?
Asked by barsue 9 years ago
I have a cabin and would like to know if I need a septic tank if I use only a shower and a sink, I looking for a cheaper alternative. My toilet is a composting toilet so it donesn't need water.
Asked by superchargedtoaster 7 years ago
I can patch the side leaks on me metal tank easy enough with marine epoxy. but there's no way i can crawl in the tank without destroying the bottom with my weight. i would like to find something i can pour in there that would sink and find the hole and cover it up. wouldn't take much with the water pressing against it. maybe some sort of saw dust? it would eventually sink and find the leak? but it can't rot over time or have bad chemicals in it... or something made of much smaller particles? really needs to be a remedy tested by time, maybe something from our grandfather's day. or, i could make a remote controlled robot with manipulators and a camera! nahhhhhh..... thanks
Asked by abraxas1 7 years ago
Through the MIT Club of Northern California, Christy and I got the chance to tour the Military Vehicle Technology Foundation's collection in Portola Valley. Seeing 100 tanks from different time periods lined up and seemingly ready to roll was pretty amazing. I've always had a thing for half-track vehicles, and was especially pleased to see a half-track motorcycle (SdKfz 2 Kleines Kettenkrad). In all honesty, this is probably one of the most impractical vehicles ever created, but it just looks so cool. My other favorites to see in-person were a SCUD missile launcher (SS-1b Scud A) and an M48A5 AVLB (armored vehicle-launched bridge).They also have a large shop where they repair, rebuild, and often re-engineer parts to restore the various tanks. While I was there, they were in the middle of repairing a World War II-era German tank found in a river. The collection is the hobby of Jacques Littlefield, whose father, Edmund Littlefield, amassed a $1.7 billion fortune by running the family construction and mining company, Utah International, and merging it with GE (more here at Forbes).The Instructables forums aren't exactly the best place to few 57 pictures, so here's my Flickr set, and here's the Flickr set of the person who organized the tour.
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago
Hi, I have coffee machine with small water tank. i want to put large water tank next to it so i would not need to refill it every time. my problem is that the water tank in the machine is not sealed, so if i put more water with a hose from bigger tank it will spill out.. How can i create bigger water tank next to it so the smaller tank will refill automatically? Thanks,
Posted by gabik 5 years ago
My dad has got a yamaha xs650 but the fuel tanks got rust in it. What solvents can I put in to remove the rust without removing the tank or messing up the fuel? The pics are of 1)in the tank 2)The motorbike 3)a blurry pic of inside the tank
Posted by thermoelectric 9 years ago
There was a similar post to this one a couple of years back, the difference being that both my tanks are filled from separate branches of the same supply using a ball valve in each tank to stop them filling. I then have an outlet from both tanks connected together that then goes off to a pump. One tank is 5000 litres and the other is 3000 litres, currently the larger of the two is redundant and its outlet valve is off, but come the summer i will need to introduce the second tank. I am located in southern Spain and in the summer they turn off the water supply to save water hence the tanks. My question is as the tanks are of a different size, if i were to fit the smaller tanks outlet with a non return valve so that the larger tank can not fill the smaller one via the outlet pipe, would this work i.e. would the joint outlet pipe still feed the pump correctly or would it have more or less pressure. I appreciate that i could balance the two tanks, but i would much rather be able to use all the volume i can. Many thanks.
Posted by Prospidnick 4 years ago
What kind of tanks would I need to store liquefied hydrogen, and oxygen or gas forms? But not h2o form.? Answered
What kind of tanks would I need to store liquefied hydrogen, and oxygen or gas forms? But not h2o form.
Asked by nfarrow 8 years ago
I have an old chainsaw that has a little crack in the gas tank (plastic), it's not very big, but it will drain the entire tank in a few days, messing everything nearby. So, I had enough of the gas smell in my workshop and decided to repair it, but I don't know how. Can somebody tell me how?
Asked by tgferreira184 4 years ago
Alright fellow instructables, here's the lowdown: I'm currently attempting to build a hand-held flamethrower that you only need one hand to use, sort of like a pistol. However, when I was looking at a diagram for a regular Army flamethrower, I realized something: The fuel tanks on the flamethrower werent pressurized, and the fuel was pushed out using a pressurized tank that was fed into the fuel tanks. Now here's my question: Because I'm just trying to make a little hand-held that I DON'T need to shoot 50 feet, can I skip the pressure tanks and just jump to a commercial fuel source, like one of those miniature camper stove fuel tanks? Thanks Outdoors!
Posted by ewitwins 7 years ago
I need some advice. I have a great idea that would be amazing if it worked. I want a small scuba/air tank whatever you want to call it (like a scuba secondary tank or a paintball co2 tank) that i can use to mess around with in a pool. I dont want to be constantly breathing, just enough to take a deep breath, go underwater and hold it for a minute, release air from the tank-take a breath, hold it, take another breath from the tank, hold it, and so on. Just enough to get a few breaths and be under water to last me for 5 or 10 minutes. The only thing is i dont want to have to fill it at a dive shop or from a tank that has to be filled at a dive shop like scuba secondary tanks. i want to rig it to fit a bike pump (which probably will not have enough psi to get the amount of air i want) or my air compressor. So i would like advice and also would i need an air regulator since im not constantly breathing? what could i use as a regulator if i need one at all?
Posted by wdemarche 3 years ago
Looking for ideas to repurpose M-6/8 oxygen bottles/tanks. I sure these can be used for something cool. Thanks for any ideas
Posted by Tygrant 3 years ago
How much insulation would be needed and and how would you build it? It has to be outside and be able to supply enough water for a family for a few days. Any ideas?
Asked by blkhawk 6 years ago
I have recently acquired a 25 litre compressor on which the motor was seized so my plan is to replace the motor and pump with a couple of fridge compressors however the tank is more than 10 years old and although I cannot see any damage is their anyway to check it is safe to pressurize to 8 bar? it has 175PSI stamped on it so I assume its designed with that as the maximum working pressure but I want to know if I can get it checked as I don't want to blow myself and my garage apart if it bursts I'm in the UK
Posted by patrickshadow 5 years ago