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Guys welcome back to oxygen. Not included and this is going to be a base base update. I have spent the last couple of days refining things and that there a few significant changes and certainly if if you’ve been copying my cooling system then you’re definitely gonna want to stay tuned.
Because there’s a couple of important changes that i’ve made that you’ll want to make to yours. So. Let’s have a little bit of a look shall we so first of all obviously we’ve passed a thousand cycles.
So i thought you know what with all the little changes that i’ve made and we’ve passed a thousand cycles. Let’s recap where we’re up to oh man. I think.
It’s looking quite good the the ring of water the ring of salt water the halo. I mean it’s pretty striking and and of course. The little golden balls and the bottom awesome.
So how are things looking well oxygen is looking great oxygen pressure is really nice throughout the base. We’re like 1300. Grams.
1250 1200 even down the bottom the only place it’s a little bit low is down. Here. Why is that because that is where we’re sucking co to run off with sucking co2.
Let’s speed. This up. The suckage co2 out that’s coming out from our coal generators and also from our natural gas generators.
We’re passing that down to our molten slicksters. Who are all we’re also very very happy and healthy at the moment. Which is all good news.
We’re just about keeping them fed just about four slicksters all right cool. So let’s go back up here. What we’re looking at we were look at the oxygen.
When we first of all right. So oxygen yeah looking good looking good and we’re also obviously sucking in oxygen and any other nasty gases like chlorine so what do we do with them well oxygen is being fed into our oxygen network to feed our atmo suits. And that systems nice and full and because we’re full whenever we get full we’ve got a little overflow pipe.
Which grows out the excess gas there any chlorine or anything else gets docked outside here. And that’s why out here. We’ve got all of our chlorine down here awesomesauce alright.
So let’s move on let’s move on to power power looks pretty sweet. I’m going to call. This.
The deathstar power. System. Ha ha ha.
Ha. Looks. A little.
Bit. Like. This.
Though. Isn’t it. So.
Yeah. We’ve we’ve got a pretty nice layout. We’ve got we’ve got our large power transformers all around the base well all the way down to here.
And then the same. We’ve got a couple at the bottom. Which are feeding things outside psychologically apparent power overlay.
And so yeah we just we’re feeding a few things outside and obviously we’ve we’ve managed to get the the main circuit. The heavy watt conductive wire. Which will carry 50 thousand watts.
We’ve we’ve taken that out we’ve got it going out here and out here a little bit. There that i need to get fixed. Actually that’s a good point.
Let’s put let’s put a ladder in there what i think about it there we go then they can reach now and we’re using that to feed down to our volcano timers. And we’ll take a look at the volcano timers. A little bit later.
We’ve got one there. And one there and they’re running away very nicely. We’ve actually got quite a lot of copper.
We’ve got 20 tonnes of copper in there and we’ve got what we’ve got 24 tonnes of iron in there what i need to do what i’ve decided i’m going to do i’m gonna have a some automation. Some conveyor belts that take that iron and copper out of there and put it into a specific cooling room. Now that i’ve got my base cooling completely set up which we will look at in a second.
I’m gonna set up a little cupola cooling room ship all of the metals into there and cool. It which would be awesome okay so um. What else what else what else can we say about power.
Nothing really pao is very good if you look down here. We set it up. If you remember with these smart batteries so we use we use the natural gas first and if i click on this battery.
You can see this is set to to kick in when our batteries get down down to 60. We start using natural gas. The volcanoes are running all the time so we’ve got a little bit of power coming in from the volcanoes these kick in on average probably about 200 to 250 watts.
Each it kind of depends. If the volcano is dormant or not if the volcanoes not is it dormant. We get nothing obviously when they’re not dormant.
We get by like 500. Watts. Or so out of each one.
So on average about 200 250 watts coming from those so then we’ve got our natural gas generators fed by the golden balls down here lovely and if we take a look at that they just feed into a single pipe. These rooms act as natural storage areas you can see they’re both they’re both pretty much full right now. 5 5.
Kilograms of pressure in each near enough and then they feed in to second layer of storage. Which is also full at the moment and then they feed into the natural gas generators and we’ll look at the temperatures of those in a minute kind of interesting right so so that’s that then we’ve got their hydrogen. I think hydrogen’s next year.
So when they’re back if my batteries dropped below 60. So the natural gas generators aren’t providing enough then we have the the hydrogen generators kick in at 50 and then if they’re not enough well actually i suppose i should show you so yeah. You can see we’ve got low tide region.
Waiting to be burned off as soon as our batteries run down. And that systems kind of bouncing like pretty nicely. We’ve got the the gas element sensor here which starts this pump when when hydrogen is down at this level.
Which it is at the moment and then as the as the hydrogen gets gets pumped out this will turn off so the we keep hydrogen in this area for a lovely. Little draco’s and that’s been working really nicely let me show you this weep of god. I can’t believe this what i looked we’ve got over a hundred tons of plastic.
Oh. My god those dry cows have really been churning it out awesome good job well did draco’s right let’s go back down here. So so yeah.
So then we’ve got the hydrogen and then finally we’ve got these these this row of colored generators. This kicks in at 40. So our batteries get down to 40.
These kick in and then this row of i said it’s a batteries coal generators these kick in at 30 and i kind of say these hardly ever run you can see these are running now and now our batteries are starting to go up again. These do run very very occasionally. But it’s like almost never so that’s power generation.
What do we want to look let’s look at the temperatures. Because this is where things start to get kind of interesting. So what ideally what we want is a kind of greeny yellow.
Look let’s see what it is oh look at that that’s pretty neat green is like around 25 degrees. Which is like that’s pretty much ideal territory. 25 degrees up to like this yellow will be about 30 degrees.
So you’re 29 as i move closer over here as he gets more yellow up to about 30 degrees. We’ve got we’ve got a couple of little orange spots. Which is like this area appear in this area appear.
Now. The reason that those are orange and they’re open around 40 degrees. Is because i put some extra storage up it it’s gonna take a look.
I put an extra row storage in up here. Because it’s kind of this is kind of up in the attic. I thought that that’s a good place up out of the way the thing is because i put in extra storage.
They were able to bring up loads of stuff from down. Here. Where it’s like 90 degrees.
And like 40 50 so between blake 40 degrees. And 100 degrees. They brought a load of stuff up and they dumped it into here.
And if we take a look. Although. A lot of this is cooled down.
Look over here. There was some very hot stuff in here. My god you know what this is really cooled down.
It’s like a look at week or any of the no it’s no it’s really cooled down this stuff was really hot. So of it we had stuff up at like 90 90 plus degrees in here. But no all you know.
But that’s all been cooled down so we got led led at 47 degrees. But i bet when that came up here because all the letters come up from down. Here that lead would have been brought up at like what are we down here.
I’m doing 22 degrees. So yeah. See we got lead you got some lead down here.
I said like 120 degrees. So we do know we did a great job that was that was like verging on red when when i first put the storage in they brought all the stuff up here. But now see you can see like at this end.
Where we’ve got this this is getting this part here is getting the most cooling. I’ll show you the kit. I’ve shown you the coonley loop in a second you’re gonna love it yeah.
That one’s that was yellow. Now that one’s down to 32 degrees over here. 45 47.
48. Once it’s gone anything see we’ve got granite at like 65 degrees. But if we sat here and watch this this would eventually tick down well there you go.
Sixty four point four. Now so yeah. It’s a it’s all getting cooled off lovely okay.
So our temperatures are looking great that the two key areas are this area here for our plants. This needs to be below 30 degrees. And it is 24 degrees.
24 23. 23. Over here awesome very nice farming country around.
There. And then over. Here.
This is kind of important a fish. A fish farm and you know what if i if i switch to the plumbing. I like we can have a look at this noise shows the water.
Temperature it’s 254. At the moment. But you can see the water coming through it’s below 25.
So i’m hoping that that’s gonna come down a little bit this suck this water at 24 dip 24 and a half degrees. It’s a little bit warmer than i would like but that’s because it’s going through here and i’m cooling this this hot stuff up here. So i’m thinking over time.
This is going to come down another half a degree or so once we once we get all of the heat out of there. But we are but the key is we are below 25 degrees. So i’m hoping that this water is going to continue to cool down and get back under 25 degrees.
All right cool. So that’s that’s the water the water will get that in a second. Let’s have a look at let’s look at the gas over link let’s switch this to just gases so hydrogen at the top we’ve got virtually no carbon dioxide’s a tiny little bit down here but it all drifts across and gets pumped out eventually we’re producing producing carbon dioxide from our coal generators and obviously the jeep’s of producing carbon dioxide we’ve got carbon dioxide traps here for our food and here for our food i’ve actually moved a lot of the pitcher peppers down here.
This is all picture pepper storage. And it was clogging up the rest of my food storage. So i set this to pinch of peppers.
Only and moved most of the pinch of peppers down there you can see a huge amount of pinch of peppers. I’ve got to figure out how the hell to get rid of them the plague of the pitcher peppers okay so so that’s that are i think we’re pretty much there now. Like the only light at the moment is there although now that i’ve got the full on base curly.
Think we’re going to be starting to introduce a little bit of light here. And there oh yeah because we can curl it down otherwise. If you if you haven’t got good base curling beet.
Careful about adding lights because lights emit heat alright here it is the plumbing overlay. This is what you’ve been waiting for look at this. Oh my ocd dream isn’t that beautiful so let’s it so let’s have a quick general look and then i’ll take you through the specifics sug.
We have water coming out of our system. Here. And it’s it’s split now one one change that i’ve made these liquid valance.
I was i was outputting at 10 kilograms and i was doing as five five thousand or five kilograms in five kilograms. I’ve actually dropped that down. And i’ll kind of explain more why more about why in an in a minute or two.
But for right now just know that i’ve restricted this to to a total of nine kilograms and that’s to prevent the system backing up and i’ll talk about that in a second because it’s important and then here. This is a second set of valves. So here we’re amalgamating or we’re combining the water that’s coming out from air at dual radiators radiators reservoirs into a single flow.
So that we can just check the temperature now i’ve actually dropped that down a degree to 19 degrees. Which i found was quite just spot on so we run from 19 degrees. Lovely and what are we at the moment by eighteen point.
Seven excellent once you’ve run it through that single point to do a temperature check you can then split it split it up into what to be honest you can split it up into as many flows as you want i split up into two flows and the the top one i’ve set to five kilograms and the bottom one i’ve set to four kilograms. But you could set those to whatever you want as long as they add up to the same total as they so that they add up to nine kilograms. So you could have you could have like two kilograms going down here.
If this didn’t need a lot of cooling. You can set this to kilograms and have seven kilograms going through the through the top of the basin or you could have three or four or five different flows. Curling different areas for things.
So that’s that’s that so what what where do they go from there. Now this is mirrored on both sides. So whatever i show you on one side is going to be exactly the same on the other side.
Oh almost i’ll point out any differences. So for the for the bottom. We’ve got we’ve got our natural gas generators and our natural gas generators run pretty hot right especially if they’re running continuously so i’ve put in some radiant pipes.
There too to ensure that we keep the temperatures are nice and low and then we just stir. We’re just running around giving coverage and as you can see look how green that is happy it’s like it’s like 20 less than 22 degrees and ag and natural gas generators are running at like 36 degrees. That’s that’s pretty chill that’s pretty chill for a natural gas generator and then on the other side a similar lake.
But nothing fancy there’s no areas that need like particularly high levels of cooling. The the coal generators don’t run that much and you can say that this area is quite like at its hottest. It’s what like 30 degrees in fact like it’s under 30 degrees.
Which is pretty pretty cool so so yeah loving loving. The cooling down there up top. We we’ve got our top flows that go up here and up here and then they just wind through the base.
Where where we’ve got the the bristle blossoms in the center. I’ve put off a little spurs to feed them so it’s a tiny bit of water being taken out of the system and then they continue going up here they feed our showers. So again.
We have a little bit of water being fed out of the system. They carry on going up here. Oh by the way at the point.
Where we pass our electrolyzers and let me just show you that for a second so down here. I’ve got electrolyzer flanked by a couple of oxygen diffuses. Which it turned off at the moment because we’ve fur.
I’ve got rid of all the algae. Oh we’ve got a drecker on the loose. I’ll wrangle it i’ll pour terms of your ranking in giambi gonna be drowned.
I’ll show you this in a minute so yeah. But the the electrolyzers obviously produce slightly hotter air now to be honest with the cooling. We’ve got in the base and have had like right like almost from the beginning.
The the hot air coming off the electrolyzers is nothing. But i have got my templates to just to equalize the temperatures. So we don’t get like a hot spot here and i’ve put in just a few little bits of radiant pipe.
Just help to call this area and as you can see it’s like deep green. All around it and even in the center. Where the hottest air is coming out it’s like what you’ll see it go to like 40 degrees for like a millisecond or something.
But it will get spread out and around here. It’s like 25 26. Degrees.
Beautiful and the same with this one up here. No. I didn’t do anything fancy for the kitchen.
The kitchen is is staying nice and cool all around here like the food’s all like 25 degrees. 25 24 or looking good up here against i think now haven’t put temperature plates in here. I could i could put temperature plates in here.
But you can see it’s like this tiny little warm spy. I’m not gonna say it’s a hot spot. It’s a warm spot it’s like 45 degrees.
But you know a couple of tiles out. And we’re back down to like 25 26. Degrees.
Oh. Because of dancing going on it’s a partay cup alright. So let’s go up here.
So we continue flowing up here. I have put radiant pipes in to ensure that we keep our around our plants nice and cool although to be honest. That’s really really not necessary our waters at 20 to 23 degrees.
By the time it gets up here. So the water starts off. I should’ve shown you this.
The water starts off at around okay. So the water’s coming out of here at somewhere between 40. 17.
And a half and nineteen and a half 20 degrees. So about let’s say between between 18 and 20 and then by the time it gets all the way up. Here up here.
It’s like 23 22. 23. Degrees.
Up. Here picks up a little bit going through these. Because they’re radiant tiles.
And then we run out here. Now this i’ll talk about in a second this side. We just wind our way through the base feeding the toilets and the and the sinks.
So a little bit of water loss. There we come around here call the fish down wide our way down and by the time. We’ve cooled back hot half of the base.
We’ve gone up from like what 19 degrees to about 25 degrees. So we’re picking up about five six degrees at the moment. But like i said i expect that to come down like half a degree to a degree once we’ve finished cooling this off up here.
Okay. Now let’s look at this side of the base this line of the base is slightly different because we’ve got this stuff going on over here. Now.
This is a this is the hot water so over here. We have a water geyser. Which is producing water at 95 degrees over here we’ve got a cool steam vent producing steam.
I’m gonna pause this for a second because this is worth showing you producing steam at 110 degrees. So what i decided to do was because i wanted to enclose this if i enclose this then there’s no way for the steam to cool itself. But in order for the steam to condense so that we could pump it out of water it needs to condense it needs to dissipate the heat in some way and when it’s enclosed in insulated tiles.
There’s no way for it to do that so what i did i thought you know what i’m gonna run. My pipes through there now this thing is as literally just this second finished erupting okay so it’s a it’s pretty much at its hottest right now and let’s see what the waters doing so. The water comes into the system here.
And it’s about 24 degrees. As we expected yeah about 24 degrees. Once it goes through here while this is at its hottest.
It comes out what are we it’s now suck it all the heat out of here. I’ll go up to about 29 degrees. Yep about 29 degrees.
Just at 30. But what it’s doing is it’s pulling the heat out of here and you can see that the steam is dropping rough the distinct temperature is draught dropping dropping rapidly dropping rapidly and and condensing you can see it dripping down. And that means that this is producing plenty of steam it does go over pressure like a little bit.
But most of the time is producing steam and this this water in it doesn’t get over 30 degrees. But important if you’re going to do something like this don’t use radiant pipes. You your water will pick up too much heat and get too hot and we don’t want to overheat the base so on this side of the base you can see we’re still we’re still at a pretty nice temperature.
But if we have a look the water’s coming through here now at 29 degrees. As soon as this stops erupting. Which it has look all that all the steam is instantly condensed and the water immediately goes back to 26 dropping down to 25 right.
And that’s why this area isn’t completely isn’t completely yellow. It’s kind of a greeny yellow because sometimes the waters coming through it 24 25 degrees. Sometimes it’s coming through it like 29 30 degrees.
So we’re probably averaging here around 26 27. Good well yeah. They go 28 degrees.
Yeah. 29. 29.
A little bit warmer up here. Because we’ve got this hot water pipe coming through here. So yeah looking nice okay and then it just when’s its way through the base avoids this water reservoir talked about in a second and comes back into the system.
Now i have made a little change to the way. The water comes back and the reason for that is that these reservoirs for some reason were not balancing. One was one was always full and one was starting to drop.
I mean very slowly. But it was starting to drop and like i couldn’t figure out why i think i think guys that it’s them it’s the same reason that god can’t really see here but you know how you know if you let gases settle naturally then they’ll be kind of slanted because the lighter gases go up and to the left. And the heavier gases go down and to the right and that’s because of the way the game handles diffusion of gases in that it does it so if you’ve got if you got a tile here it it splits it splits the gas out.
But it to the surrounding nine times but tiles. But it does it kind of it does this one first then this one then this one then this one then this one. So there’s a tendency for the for the lighter gases to go up there and for the heavier gases to go this way and i think it’s something like that that was causing this so i made a little change let me show you on this side first so on this side.
What i did was to add this cross bar in between the two reservoirs. So we’ve got the water coming in from from the circulation system and then we’ve got the cooling system over here so we’re taking we’re taking water equally from the two reservoirs passing it through the cooling system and then it comes back in and again. It’s split and fed equally into the two reservoirs also should be equally.
Now you can now you’re seeing it okay so now we’ve got an overflow situation. And what’s what’s going to happen is one of them is going to be full okay. This one is a almost vulcan that one’s not quite full so this.
One this is what five thousand is full this one is at 4700. Okay. So what’s going to happen.
Now is that because i’ve put that that little cross connection in water. That’s trying to get into this reservoir can actually flow in and going to this reservoir instead now what that means is there’s a limit. We can only get 10 kilograms of water into this reservoir at a time and and we are trying to put that like pretty much that amount in anyway in actual fact we’re only putting most of the time to five kilograms.
If we’re if we’re running the cooling look at the same time then it’s it’s close to 10 kilograms. But there is some room to get some water that should be going into this reservoir into this reservoir and you can see that we are feedings and water across into that reservoir and that helps to keep the two balanced and that’s why they’re both pretty much full and i’ve been running this for quite a while i it’s taken me a long time to to balance all the systems and make sure everything’s running nice and smoothly so in order to in order to make room to get that in and i needed to have this pipe coming in from this side. So we’ve actually got four connections into here and i’m only overflowing from this reza from one reservoir.
Before i had overflows from both of them. But now i’m just taking an overflow from one reservoir because until they’re both full. We won’t get that overflow.
So now they’re both full and you just saw that packet go around and that was shut off the hot water intake. Just bringing fresh. But hot water into the system.
Which then comes into the system and gets cold and just in case. Anybody’s copying this and they want to see the the automation and whatever i’ll give you in case. You want to pause or just hang.
There and you want to say the automation that’s the automation. So we’ve just got the temperature sensor on the the merged outflow of water linked to this liquid shutoff. So.
When the when the water is too hot. Which is over 19 degrees. This shutoff is enabled and we allow water to flow around the cooling loop.
Other than that the only other one is here and this is an element sensor when it senses any water in the overflow. Which means that both of the reservoirs are full. We we turn off this or this shut off and this is a this is a buffer gate.
Which is set to i’ve decreased this this was set to 200 seconds. I’ve decreased this to 100 seconds now which seems to work perfectly and then we’ve got a not gate here because when we when we detect water that sends a green signal to this buffer gate. That green signal is sent for 100 seconds.
That we use a not gate to turn that into a red signal. So we shut this off for a hundred seconds so when that is not shut off it allows hot water into the system which comes into the reservoirs and then gets the reservoirs get cooled by this cooling loop and the steam turbine. Which also produces a little bit of power.
Which is a bonus cooling loops always cost you power. They don’t produce power all right unless unless. It’s a volcano because you’re actually getting.
But this isn’t the cooling loop. This is a volcano right so um. The the difference and there is no way to show you this one for this one.
I didn’t have to change. Very much really i just put in a a bridge here to move this to come into this side. And then just join those together.
That’s pretty much the only change that i made and then getting rid of that connection. So there’s only one overflow on the other side. Because the reservoirs are not flipped around.
I had to make a little bit of extra room on this side. So i had to move the shutoff valve. So i dug out a couple of tiles moved the shutoff valve hat and i’ve got this pipe coming down here a welt going up there so that i could put in this bridge and have this pipe coming around the outside because obviously this pipe was in the way.
And it’s because this on the other side. The we’ve got a gap in between the intake. Which we don’t have on this side to learn any of that extra space.
But you can see same thing. I could have a link between these two reservoirs and then just worn over flood and looks nice right let’s talk hot water because this this is pretty sweet so we’re bringing our hot water in from the geyser and we’re bringing our hot water in piping in our hot water from the from the hot steam geyser geezer and then that gets pumped into this set of reservoirs. So it comes in here and then this one the outflow from this one which we’ll talk about in a second it comes into here and then this one comes into here comes into here comes into here content to here and this acts as a reservoir.
So that when the cool steam vent is in its dormant cycle. All the gas or the the water geyser is in its dormant cycle in case. Those coincide and they’re both dormant at the same time.
We’ve got a nice backup supply of water. Which can keep supplying the system and one of the change that i made but the hot water now. I’ve gone back to my original design.
The hot water comes from out from our buffering system comes across here goes down feeds. Our electrolyzers. So we get maximum heat deletion.
It’s a good idea so we feed that electrolyzer. We come down here. We feed that electrolyzer come down to here and that just splits and feeds that the intake of fresh water into this system.
And it’s the intake of fresh water into this system. There you go so that’s nap. But i made a couple of other changes.
Because i wanted to be able to completely balance inflow and outflow of water from the system. So i looked at like everything that uses water or introduces water to the system and and and automated. It so okay for over here for example all about polluted water ends up being dumped into this pit.
So whether it’s from the toilets or the showers or just polluted water. That’s i don’t know somebody’s made a mess or something it all gets dumped into this reservoir here and then this reservoir is pumped. It’s clean the water is cleaned.
But it’s still germy if we look at the germ over like you can see very germy water that gets fed through our germ killer muhaha germ. Killer what is this joke in the 30. And then the water clean germ free water is pumped out here now it used to just go into this reservoir.
But now it goes over here. And it goes into this last. Reservoir here and feeds into a clean water system.
So it gets reintroduce back down to to our distribution system down. Here. So that’s why the hot water feeds into this one and not the one on the end.
Because this one is reserved for this water that’s coming back from the base. But you can say that this one is is pretty much always empty because we’re not returning that much water into the system. And we’re taking 50 of our water from from here first and 50 from here and this always runs out as you can see that when it goes in and and very quickly that will get used up now as well as the water that’s coming from our germ killer.
We’ve also got polluted water from our natural gas generators so here are natural gas generators and they are dripping out polluted water which gets pumped out of here when the sequinned is enough to warrant it it gets pumped goes through this this sieve. Which cleans the water and then it gets sent all the way around the earth in fact. There’s some going up there right now and it goes up here and goes into that system ok.
So that’s that there now i want to get rid of this reservoir and i’m pretty much at the point. Where i can do it now. There’s another drecker let’s get you wrangled.
It’s another draco that’s been dropped by the look of it then another one you let’s wrangle them because when i get dropped they just roll them around there we go they’re gonna get chopped in there alright so this this is gonna get i’m gonna get rid of this completely now that will eventually disappear. And this is going to be an open clean water reservoir. Now this yeah.
I wanted this. Oh yeah now hang on what’s what gosh. Something’s gone wrong with this or let’s look.
Let’s have a look. What’s not working okay so this if this should be sending a green signal. If we’re below 750.
Oh. That i just unpowered that ha ha ha. Okay.
Let’s power. That where are we conductive. One.
Yes. Power that please there we go so now this yes now this is going to start filling up pray good news. So now we actually stopped wrangling this going properly all right so what happens we don’t want too much water going in here.
And we don’t want too little water going in here. So the way. I’ve got this set up.
We have got wet stop with the automation. So i’ve got a a hydro sensor here and if we get above 750 kilograms in this tile. Which we now have and let me check the power on that make sure yeah.
That’s fine. Then this should start pumping water. And this should activate this shutoff valve over here.
Now let’s see well if we’ve got no no. No that should be above one there we go ha ha. Awesome so if if we’ve got above 750 grammes in that tile there right then we stop venting it into a clean water system.
So that just goes out there to be reused in a in our hot water system and then we go back back down to here. If if up here. We this used to just fill up to the point.
Where it overflowed and then it would just water drip down. Here. Now that’s kind of wasteful of power.
So i’ve got this set up with a hydro censor in here. And this is set to the low 750. So this fills up till.
We’ve got a total of three and a half tiles of water. Which is enough to fill the kill room and then once we get to 750 in in this tile. This shuttle value valve stops so there we go okay so so that’s pretty much that what else is that is that every.
I think that’s everything. But that means that the the water system here now is completely autonomous. I can just leave it and it just does everything itself and it just maintains our really nice even base temperature.
I am loving that ah what else what else learn so we’ve looked at the plumbing gas is pretty much i’ve shown you all the gases. We’ve got the hydrogen that comes down from the top and you can see now we obviously had some power demands so all the hydrogen is well we’ve got a little bit left. But as soon as the batteries run down the hydrogen will get used up i’ve shown you all the power stuff.
What else i’ve shown you the oxygen this this section over here is not used this is the chlorine room and that’s the thing that was put in there basically to get any other gases out of there when i was setting it up. But now to be honest. It’s all redundant so i could rip it out.
But i leave it in there like just in case or in case. I want to put extra chlorine in there. But i store all my bleach stone in here.
So you can see where we’re we’re pretty much max pressure 2500 grams. Per tile okay what else dacor in all the the bedrooms and the key areas. It’s pretty nice around the farm.
It’s pretty nice. The only place any places that i probably should should have tried to make it a little bit nicer the kitchen kit. You could do with a little bit being a little bit nicer but generally speaking not too bad.
Now that i’ve got rid of all the pitch pepper nuts. I could get rid of one of one of the fridges and move these walls over to allow me to put in like i don’t know like a couple of statues or something to get the decor up in here. But it’s not really that important germs.
We are still a germ free base the only place there’s any germs is in a polluted. A germy. Polluted water pit and that gets taken and cleaned obviously you get to get a futures on i don’t know why this did this there’s germs on that comfy bed.
Somebody’s somebody’s obviously done something we’ve actually got a few germs on the food and i’m not sure exactly where that’s come from i think. It’s because i was messing around with some stuff and i created some some polluted dirt. Which they moved and they didn’t go through a bathroom to do it so that’s my fault.
But that’s the that was just because i was changing things and not it’s not inherent in the system. So i could just the disinfect those it should clear everything up in fact not leverage just right now on let’s disinfect that to get it clean you go disinfect that for me please there we go so obviously a couple of people have been involved i could in fact i know i could talk to say who is it it’s a squeeze or squeeze. All someone other people responsible and unlawful mind.
So there you go all right what else that’s the germs and that’s pretty much it farming. I mean farming is is tiny. We’ve got our nature reserve down here waiting that’s a key thing for anybody who hasn’t been following the series the the transit tubes.
All route through this nature reserve. So anybody traveling through the transit tube will automatically pick up the the nature reserve morale bonus. Which is a plus six the morale.
Which is kind of nice what else rooms so we’ve got we’ve got our stables up here for our draco’s we’ve got a couple of recreation rooms. We’ve got our great hall which includes the kitchen which seats currently twelve jeeps. I think yep six and six twelve tubes and then we’ve got bedrooms of bathrooms.
Everybody’s got private bedrooms of course of course. Then we’ve got the nature reserve down here. We’ve got stables for our hatches.
Who are providing these are stone hatches. Who are providing coal for our coal generators down here because our natural gas generators are our best power producers. We’ve got them set up with a power plant.
So that they produced 50 more power. So instead of producing 800 power each they produced 1200 power each. Which is pretty darn nice and they run like quite a lot of the time because we’ve got quite a lot of natural gas and yeah.
Other than that we’ve got one more little stable down here. Which is for our modern direct our molten. I forgot why thank god i’m on slick sirs okay so that’s all the roads and that is that’s it oh you know what we could look at the exosuit overlay.
I suppose so we’ve got exosuits down here and there to cover everything is going on in this area down to here. So the two volcano containers. And the the golden balls.
And then we’ve got another one down here to cover this area. Which is our moulton slicksters and when we start getting into the crude oil and whatever then we’ve got a lot of crude oil seany and up here our exosuits to get into our draco area and automation yeah. Our incubators are on a timer.
So they only run for a short time at the beginning of each day. So that they can get there they’re lullaby buff and then they turn off so we say first they have a lot of power doing that what else have we got an automation that i haven’t shown you i’ve already talked to you about the how the hydrogen works and music. These are these are just hydro sensors.
This is a hydro sensor to leave a little water in here to help the steam condensed. So i think that’s set to like 500. Kilograms.
Yeah. 500. Kilograms and this one to be honest.
That one doesn’t need to be set at anything other than like like 20 kilograms. But i think i could change a nice 50 kilograms that’s just so that the pump isn’t running with very small amounts of water and wasting wasting power. Any other automation that i haven’t shown you.
Yeah but if you want to know how the. Germ killer version. 30 works go and.
Watch the germ. Killer version 30. Video.
And the same with the kill room. If you want to know how the kill room works. Then go and watch that video.
I’ve explained that i’ve explained these i’ve explained the power and that’s it so there you go guys. That is a complete bass tour and update at this point. We are now ready to move on to if you like the late game.
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I hope you’ve enjoyed this little update. I am loving this bass. You’ve got any more suggestions for things you’d like to see i am gonna be adding some more jeeps in getting rid of this the the obviously is gonna continue i’m gonna be decorating this up a little bit.
I think alright guys we’ll leave it there thanks for watching catch for the next one music. .
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