|License:||The Unlicense (Public Domain)|
|Created:||a month ago|
|Latest Version:||0.0.12 (4 days ago)|
Adds a heat processing technology and entities which allow you to make heat with chemical fuel and do chemistry with heat as a power source. Also introduces the still, a burner-powered oil refinery. You may find that making heat with chemical fuel eats your fuel very fast, but the heat-based chemical plant is more efficient.
Huge props to kaueNP for heatpump, reaction kettle, and still graphics. Those graphics are the face of this mod, which allowed me to build my model. I hope you will enjoy these examples, kaueNP. The reaction kettle is a 1x1 chemical plant variant, mimicking the chemical principle that reaction rate increases with heat. Chemistry under heat in the reaction kettle gives a faster crafting rate, and therefore significant time and energy savings, but it only accepts some recipes. Its small size may prove convenient at times. It acts as a pipe, filtered by its recipe, and a heatpipe.
Heatpipe positions on the heatpump are a bit weird because it was hard to get the heatpipe ends to work properly, but there should be four accessible positions on the heatpump: one on each side. The heatpump gets hot enough to power two heat exchangers, in theory. You may find that heat production is demanding on chemical fuels, because of the high power. It can eat even nuclear fuel very quickly when warming up. Decide firmly where you want to place the heatpump before heating it up.
The still is a burner-powered refinery that utilizes an underground pipe input. Point an underground pipe within 4 squares toward the input connection to connect to the first input pipe, and connect a regular pipe directly to the input to connect to the second input connection.
You may burn sulfur in select burner-powered entities (boilers and cars, notably) for a small amount of energy with a huge amount of pollution.
The still and reaction kettle are supported by Adamo Chemical; installing both mods will enable more recipes on these machines, including recipes added by mods.