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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirus_Strictus View Post
    Dear oh dear! Fumes and jet exhaust went out via the very large diameter exhaust ducting! The four 1.25 inch id rubber pipes were connected to the water spray bars that provided the water flow to the 'rain bars' for testing under rainfall conditions.
    Huh, that makes slightly more sense.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KPUrban_ View Post
    Huh, that makes slightly more sense.
    Yup. Makes sense to me.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    At Alconbury the pipes connected to halon cylinders for the overhead fire suppression system.
    Last edited by P Bellamy; 17th Apr 20 at 13:44. Reason: Typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by P Bellamy View Post
    At Alconbury the pipes connected to halon cylinders for the overhead fire suppression system.
    They certainly did. However the flexible pipes pictured here are fitted with the standard fluid/water connectors. Not a good choice for Halon systems.

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    Could make a great home conversion if allowed to add windows. The tunnel would be a temp controlled wine store, with glass doors facing into the lounge or kitchen area. I would love to find a place like this in the SW to convert in to a home.

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