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RE: oil dielectric
Original poster: "David Thomson by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-qwest-dot-net>" <dave-at-volantis-dot-org>
Then, I hope, an oil rated fire extinquisher is handy.
A little planning goes a LONG way, in keeping us safe,
and out of the emergency room.
Preplanning beats the heck out of a first aid kit.
(hint: I do display fireworks. We plan, think, plan,
and stay aware to stay safe.) How many here have thought
about the fire risk? How many have seen an oil
I was a fire extinguisher maintenance technician for a couple years. I've
seen many different kinds of fires, even metal fires. Safety is the name of
the game. That's why I built my jacketed coil with transformer oil. It's
made just for this purpose. And yes, I have a fully charged ABC fire
extinguisher within 8 feet of my test area. When I can afford it, I'm going
to get halon. I dread having to use a powder extinguisher in a room full of