It took 30 years

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George Davidson
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It took 30 years

Postby George Davidson » Sun, Jul 24 2005, 10:57AM

To get air in our shop

I moved the shop 4 times in 30 years
Everytime I buy a building I would put it in part of the building.
Now it is out back of my house

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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Aug 16 2005, 4:57PM

I'm sure your not talking about the Jet Air on ceiling.
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I am getting there

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Aug 16 2005, 5:30PM

It works
My son's don't like reg. nails
I said it would be good to have one more nail gun.
I can't let them go to the store $20.00 each ??

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Re: I am getting there

Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Aug 16 2005, 5:40PM

George Davidson wrote:It works
My son's don't like reg. nails
I said it would be good to have one more nail gun.
I can't let them go to the store $20.00 each ??

How doe's it work? Doe's it bring in fresh air or distribution for a/c?
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(Both in and out air) It is heat and air (Elec.)

Postby George Davidson » Tue, Aug 16 2005, 6:21PM

About a year old
The out side
The BTU ??
When I put it in I didn't even look it was FREE
and it is to HOT out there to look at it now

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Postby Mike Bowers » Tue, Aug 16 2005, 6:27PM

So it is A/C. Now it's clear. I would love to have a/c in our shop. The
average mid day temp in about 105 degrees. If we are on installs & the
shop doors are closed down for any lenght of time. It willbe over
105. Sort of a blast furnace when you open the doors. Thanks for
clearing that up...Mike
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