Subject: Re: Negative ion generators
Summary: You know, it's really been a long, long time...
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Date: Tue, 17 Sep 2002 02:29:56 GMT
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On Mon, 16 Sep 2002 17:01:00 +0100, John Woodgate
>I read in sci.electronics.design that TutAmongUs@theholeintheground
> wrote (in <5mu9ou0ckk98bcvis
>firstname.lastname@example.org>) about 'Negative ion generators', on Sun, 15
>>I think that you may be behind a few years on the rules.
>I wouldn't bank on it. Laws sometimes don't get changed until decades
>after they've become stupid. Until about 1955, taxicabs in London were
>supposed to carry a bale of hay, 'to feed the horse.'
Yeah, and one cannot order a drink at the bar, and then carry it to
a table by oneself in Indiana. It must be taken to the table by a
waiter or waitress. It does not get done that way, however.
We have thousands of various HV diodes on hand right now. Our
products go out to other countries ALL the time.
A completed HV source would be MORE controlled than a single element
of its construction, I'm sure.
We buy diodes from many nations. HV Capacitors as well. We send
the best caps in the world overseas (HUGE MAXWELL caps). Go to their
site and find ANYTHING about export control.