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Slim neck dewars is what you want. They are easier to poor from.

Here is a 25 liter version of the dewar i have.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Taylor-Wharton-25LD-Liquid-Nitrogen-Storage-Container-U-/181411261104?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2a3cf42ab0

Price seems a bit high on this one though got my 50 liter for $500

Totally agree with this. The slim necks are way easier to pour from. Those cryomed linked above have huge opening and would be a hassle to pour from. Scooping it out with a spoon isn't really an option, it'd take too long to fill thermos with it. The pics for those cryomed look deceiving, the 80L is very large and have a very large opening.

Unfortunately there is no way to know the condition or how good the vacuum is on a used dewar. It's always a risk buying from ebay or even craigslist. I have one with a small dent and it holds great. I have a 50L that looks perfect and holds terrible.



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Totally agree with this. The slim necks are way easier to pour from. Those cryomed linked above have huge opening and would be a hassle to pour from. Scooping it out with a spoon isn't really an option, it'd take too long to fill thermos with it. The pics for those cryomed look deceiving, the 80L is very large and have a very large opening.

Unfortunately there is no way to know the condition or how good the vacuum is on a used dewar. It's always a risk buying from ebay or even craigslist. I have one with a small dent and it holds great. I have a 50L that looks perfect and holds terrible.


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I wouldn't mind a good long life dewar with a wide neck. Once you have the technique down it's fine. A withdrawal or onion dewar is obviously preferred but you get what you can... It doesn't look very big for 80 liters that though...


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I thought I'd use one of those specimen collectors to get the LN2 from inside.
(close up the holes with welds or something)
and then put it into a thermos.

you think the other one I linked would work better?
http://www.ebay.com/itm/This-is-a-very-nice-Forma-CryoMed-LN2-Nitrogen-Cryogenic-Dewar-22-Diameter-x-22-/371072803549?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item5665a9a2dd#shpCntId

I just don't know its capacity. it looks like it has stuff in it


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Taylor-Wharton-liquid-nitrogen-dewar-50-liter-/221451970650?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item338f90e85a
looks even more beat up

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Canberra-Dewer-Germanium-Tank-or-CRYOGENIC-LIQUID-NITROGEN-/351071279217?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item51bd7a9871
will germanium dewar work? that looks easy to pour from



sorry for blowing up the thread I just don't want to make the wrong decision

you said you had a welding supply store close. They fill up 3 of there 25L dewars for me and I borrow them for a weekend and then return them. I leave a deposit but they only charge me for the ln2. They also deliver large tanks from 180L-400L and let me keep them until empty.

If you have a place like this you don't necessarily have to purchase a dewar to get started. This is the way I am doing it for now until I can afford a dewar.

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Totally agree with this. The slim necks are way easier to pour from. Those cryomed linked above have huge opening and would be a hassle to pour from. Scooping it out with a spoon isn't really an option, it'd take too long to fill thermos with it. The pics for those cryomed look deceiving, the 80L is very large and have a very large opening.



Unfortunately there is no way to know the condition or how good the vacuum is on a used dewar. It's always a risk buying from ebay or even craigslist. I have one with a small dent and it holds great. I have a 50L that looks perfect and holds terrible.


It can be done!


Show them your bucket on a stick @scooter.jay
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I wouldn't mind a good long life dewar with a wide neck. Once you have the technique down it's fine. A withdrawal or onion dewar is obviously preferred but you get what you can... It doesn't look very big for 80 liters that though...


Yeah show scoty's nice posing pic also while filling dat dewar biggrin.gif



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lol so my idea wasn't all that ridiculous !



i will try to get ahold of the welding supply and see if they will do that

or that germanium one or something.

thanks for all the help

oh and I am gonna take that aluminum ( I actually think it might be a piotres pot( i looked at his site and he has the exact same mounting kit) to a custom engine shop and have them weld it together. So hopefully I can get a seal without it changing the dimensions of the pot near the mounting bracket too bad
and I will use it for DICE

paid for the gemini for 130 after fees

if I can lease the dewar or whatever I should be able to snag a mobo and a tray of 347 or 352 cele D

I found that batch number but on a 360 is that worth trying out for under 10$?

yay 16$ for 12 celeron d 352 and 60$ for 28 more so I am set there biggrin.gif

now to figure out whether or not to drop 70 on a vmoded p5b or to spend 100 on that + 2 cpus ram and an extra mobo

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after I get the hang of 775 and LN2 I think I am gonna go with AMD for LN2 just cuz its cheaper and I hear less CBs?

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