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Re: [TCML] finishing a secondary - would insulating foam be a good idea?

Well, air CAN be an insulator, or a very good conductor too, once it  reaches 
breakdown potentials. Replacing the air with an insulating foam  might not be 
a bad idea, but probably not necessary. 
Tony Greer

In a message dated 10/4/2008 10:28:41 P.M. Central  Daylight Time, 
bunnikillr@xxxxxxx writes:
Hey Thomas...

Considering  that air is a rather decient "insulator", I would have 
reason to believe  that introducing a poly type of material inside the 
secondary is asking for  trouble. 

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