Long skinny collection pot vs wider shorter

#1

Looking to upgrade my collection. Running a 6x36. Eventually a 6x48.
Killa suggested getting a longer skinnier collection rather then the 12 in spools.
What is the optimal size. I want it jacketed.
Thanks

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#2

Well i would just listen to @Killa12345 on something like that. We both know that the 12" units are for gorillas only.

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#3

I have a 12 that i dont use

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#4

I am taking his advice. I’m just unsure of what size I’d need for the 6x48 monster

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#5

Jacketed?

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#6

If jacketed I’ll take that off your hands

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#7

Nope, 70ish lbs empty

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#8

How tall?

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#9

I was just making a point, sry for the confusion. I wasnt trying to sell it

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#10

Got ya.

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#11

I plan on picking up a reducer to 8" with an 8" platter. Weld some legs on it. 12" is a pain to pour. Would definitely want a spout with one of those

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#12

I don’t think the volume of a 12x12 is big enough for a 6x48 period. That’s 10lbs I’m assuming. So your gonna need a collection of 40-60lbs of gas. A 12x12 is going to be too small regardless.

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#13

It’s not. Now I a have a 12x12 pot and 12x12 spool.

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#14

Ya it will hold 15 to 18lbs of tane

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#16

With the 12x12 spool on top of the 12x12 pot I have ran 35 lb with 6 lb of material.

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#17

Ok. There we go. Now we’re talking so right now you have an essentially 12x24” collection now.

I really would need to think about the volume on this with comparable collection tanks.

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#18

Essentially what I’m asking is what would be the equivalent to a 12x24 pot in 10in.

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#19

That lil less then 6:1. I love 10:1

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#20

Maybe a 12x24 with a 12-10" reducer for a platter???

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#21

Think it would be double in the same size. So 10” would be 10x48” I’m almost positive roughly in my head

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