Re: titanium or silver for spark gap ?
I don't know about the titanium, but i've had very good results with the
In a message dated 00-02-17 12:57:51 EST, you write:
<< Original Poster: "Jon Lagler" <rockcrawl-at-netzero-dot-net>
I have available to me some titanium contactor tips about 1/2-3/4" round.
They are designed for switching low voltage (24-48v) loads at up to 500 amps
DC. They have a lifetime warranty for their intended use. I was wondering if
they would hold up in a static or rotary spark gap. What about silver