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.........hey guys can you help me whats the differrence between square and delta dumps?
 

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"delta" is a valve maunufacturer.
a lot of hydro suppliers use delta sticks in "custom" blocks.
"square" dumps usually refers to adex type which are a different more expensive valve.
"deltas" are Ok as long as the block is accurately machined [which some are not!!]
but "italians" [sticks manufactured by "oil system"in Italy] are better.
 

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Originally posted by air280@Nov 12 2003, 05:19 AM
"delta" is a valve maunufacturer.
a lot of hydro suppliers use delta sticks in "custom" blocks.
"square" dumps usually refers to adex type which are a different more expensive valve.
"deltas" are Ok as long as the block is accurately machined [which some are not!!]
but "italians" [sticks manufactured by "oil system"in Italy] are better.
Nicely said.
 

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On the square competition dumps you can see what they call the candlestick. Can someone please tell me what this is for. This is regarding a school assignment.
 

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the squares are accurate and milliseconds quicker and can handle more pressure ... the italians can also handle more pressure just not quite like the adex squares ...

and if you get too much pressure in your line they have a manual release opposite from the "candle stick"

there are also some fake squares that instead of having the proper cartrage uses the same thing as a delta ... and dont snap like the adex dumps would ...
 
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