Closing an Object after Boolean

I’m trying to use multiple booleans in a row. (No, can’t merge the different Objects beforehand, because I might need every step)

No matter what, only the first boolean will work, because any consecutive one throws an error about the previously bool’ed object being not closed.

The base object is a sphere distorted by noise. Maybe thats the issue?
How is the resulting Object of the first boolean open? (Every thing seems to have proper faces on the side of the boolean operation) And how can I close it?

I’ve attached a sample file.
Example_Short.toe (4.7 KB)

The Boolean SOP is very finicky but in this case you can keep it functional by appending a Facet SOP before the second Boolean SOP and selecting ‘Consolidate’ and ‘Orient Polygons’:
Cheers.

Is there a way to predict if a finicky outcome will occur? Or is ist just useful to always use the facet after a boolean in this fashion?

It’s entirely based on the input, so it wouldn’t be possible to predict unfortunately.