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Re: Weather/coil performance
Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>
An 'old time trick' for boosting a ground was to bury charcoal,
or equivalent. My guess is the environmental impact of
modest/reasonable amounts of salt is minimal, but charcoal
(coal, coke (the fuel: not the soft drink.8)>>) also used),
Dang, that would spoil a lot of barbeques. Actually, didn't Tesla
somehow have the walls of his ground tunnels 'carbonized'?
I wonder how fast a 'vulnerable' coil form (Sonotube) reacts
to huidity. Lacking measurements, I'd think it would take
time for 'humidity' to soak in/out.
I just priced sonotube here....it's a relatively dry climate, so it
would probably be ok, but dang....it's expensive for a piece of
cardboard. I think I'll hold off and go with pvc, or better yet pe, or pp.
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