Re: scaly residue in carb after cleaning?

live ɘvil /
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> . Chudas. Wrote:

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> Nope, milk is a whole different tank, single chamber, which doesnt help

> with the slosh unlike oil tankers which are multi chambered to prevent

> it.

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I was being a smart ass.

> Milk tankers are sanitized with extremely hot water after every load and

> sealed with seals that have matching serial numbers, if the load has mis

> matched serial numbers it is rejected and a 15k truck load will only be

> worth about 3k.

I remember reading about some cases of salmonella poisoning from tankers that were not cleansed from hauling some other dairy product (iirc liquid egg) before milk was loaded into them.

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> I work in the milk industry.

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> Some tanks are even blessed by Rabbis so they can be Kosher! Imagine

> that!

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Ya, they do meat the same way. .

> > live ɘvil Wrote:

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> > > ♣Slew Foot♣ Wrote:

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> > > All right most people don't know this but those tankers that carry

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> > > gas in bulk all have three grades of gas in them and when they wash

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> > > the trucks they use lime some of it gets dissolved in the gas in the

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> > > next batch what happens is when ethanol gets involved it holds it in

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> > > suspension and when it settles out you'll get this white crummy

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> > > that just fills the carb it's a crystalline growth that there is the

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> > > start of it the best way to clean that crappy metal is the strongest

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> > > vinegar you can find usually that would be 7% you leave it in there

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> > > overnight if you have one of them ultrasonic vibrator things all the

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> > > better after 24 hours wash it out with warm water and a little

> baking

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> > > soda then rinse dry blow out with compressed air

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> > Why would they wash out a petroleum tanker? To haul milk in it?

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