Henrik

2003-11-13 11:24:56 UTC

I would like to build some blue go-getters, but all the formulas I can find

contains saran resin which I don't have in stock and can't get in time for

when I plan to use the go-getters.

I found below formula which I have been told produce a nice bright blue.

I first assumed the saran resin was simply a chlorine donor or a binder, but

since the formula already contains quite a lot of parlon which should do

those two jobs fine, I don't really see the need for the saran resin?.

I saw an earlier discussion about saran vs. parlon, but since the formulas I

have been looking at both contains parlon and saran resin, the earlier trend

didn't really answer this question.

Could I simply leave the saran resin out of the formula (would it loose it's

strength/integrity) or could I possibly substitute it with say PVC which

should both acts as a chlorine donor and a binder ?

50 Ammonium Perchlorate

20 Parlon

15 Copper(II) Carbonate

10 Aluminum

5 Saran Resin

Appreciate your comments.

Henrik

contains saran resin which I don't have in stock and can't get in time for

when I plan to use the go-getters.

I found below formula which I have been told produce a nice bright blue.

I first assumed the saran resin was simply a chlorine donor or a binder, but

since the formula already contains quite a lot of parlon which should do

those two jobs fine, I don't really see the need for the saran resin?.

I saw an earlier discussion about saran vs. parlon, but since the formulas I

have been looking at both contains parlon and saran resin, the earlier trend

didn't really answer this question.

Could I simply leave the saran resin out of the formula (would it loose it's

strength/integrity) or could I possibly substitute it with say PVC which

should both acts as a chlorine donor and a binder ?

50 Ammonium Perchlorate

20 Parlon

15 Copper(II) Carbonate

10 Aluminum

5 Saran Resin

Appreciate your comments.

Henrik