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Ender Tank
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 Ender Tank
 
Ender Tank
Mod EnderStorage
Type Unknown value
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Properties
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Hardness {{{hardness}}}
Restores {{{foodpoints}}}
Effects {{{effects}}}
Cookable {{{cookable}}}
Armor rating {{{armorrating}}}
Damage {{{damage}}}
Durability {{{durability}}}
Mining level {{{mininglevel}}}
Renewable {{{renewable}}}
Stackable {{{stackable}}}
Flammable {{{flammable}}}
Storage {{{storageslots}}}
Liquid Storage {{{lstorage}}} mB
Heat (C) {{{heatc}}} ºC
Heat (F) {{{heatf}}} ºF
Upgrades
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Previous tier {{{prevtier}}}
Next tier {{{nexttier}}}
Energy Consumption
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EU use {{{euuse}}} EU/t
EU use {{{euusetool}}} EU/use
EU storage {{{eustorage}}} EU
Max EU output {{{euoutput}}} EU/t
EU production {{{euproduction}}} EU/t
EU traversing {{{eutraversing}}} EU/t
Required Power {{{rocpower}}} W
Required Torque {{{roctorque}}} Nm
Required Speed {{{rocspeed}}} rad/s
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MJ traversing {{{mjtraversing}}} MJ/t
Max RF input {{{rfinput}}} RF/t
RF use {{{rfuse}}} RF/t
RF storage {{{rfstorage}}} RF
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RF production {{{rfproduction}}} RF/t
RF traversing {{{rftraversing}}} RF/t
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Technical Details
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Flow speed {{{flowspeed}}} m/s
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An ender tank is linked to all other ender tanks with the same color key. On top of the tank are 3 buttons that can be dyed any color by right clicking them while holding dye. Using linked tanks you can transfer liquids between different places and even across dimensions. By default the tank doesn't output liquids, but by right-clicking the the dial on the front of the tank you can set it to output mode and the tank will output to any block that can accept a liquid. Also like the EnderChest right clicking the the dial of the tank with a diamond makes it a private tank. A private tank can only be accessed by someone standing next to it or the person who placed the tank.

Crafting

 Blaze Rod
 
Blaze Rod
 Wool
 
Wool
 Orange Wool
 
Orange Wool
 Magenta Wool
 
Magenta Wool
 Light Blue Wool
 
Light Blue Wool
 Yellow Wool
 
Yellow Wool
 Lime Wool
 
Lime Wool
 Pink Wool
 
Pink Wool
 Gray Wool
 
Gray Wool
 Light Gray Wool
 
Light Gray Wool
 Cyan Wool
 
Cyan Wool
 Purple Wool
 
Purple Wool
 Blue Wool
 
Blue Wool
 Brown Wool
 
Brown Wool
 Green Wool
 
Green Wool
 Red Wool
 
Red Wool
 Black Wool
 
Black Wool
 Blaze Rod
 
Blaze Rod
 Obsidian
 
Obsidian
 Cauldron
 
Cauldron
 Obsidian
 
Obsidian
 Blaze Rod
 
Blaze Rod
 Ender Pearl
 
Ender Pearl
 Blaze Rod
 
Blaze Rod
 Ender Tank
 
Ender Tank

Notes

  • You can dye the tank instantly by using colored wool in the recipe.
  • Instead of using Dye, you can rename two tanks in a Vanilla Anvil, which will put them on a seperate channel from the normal (unnamed) tanks. This is great for servers - players don't have to know all the color codes, and people that want to secure a tank frequency have a better way to do so.