Re: Oven elements, and ...
Subject: Re: Oven elements, and ...
From: nikki-at-fastlane-dot-net (Bert Pool)
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 1996 17:45:45 -0500
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>From: cfrancis-at-infinet-dot-com (Chris Francis)
>Subject: Re: Oven elements, and ...
>>I have used heating elements form a hot water tank, and the current did
>>cause the chrome on the outside of the element to burn off, but I made sure
>>I didn't push my coil to the point the element burned open.
>Why not put the element in water? That way it would be harder to burn it up.
I could build a salt water capacitor and stick the heater element into the
salt water for cooling, thus achieving double duty! (I'm only kidding,
don't plug it in, please!)