Re: copper water heater
- This is also so true Justin, in America, they are stealing old copper
left and right, to the point where people are getting electrocuted
taking down live wires from the poles thinking they were dead leads.
But again, let the MKO's (Most Knowledgable Ones) here answer these
questions of yours.
Vino es Veritas,
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Ned Block" <nedsbee@...> wrote:
> That copper water heater would be worth some decent money simply as
> copper! I'd call around and see how much I could get for it, and then
> that money and buy something known to be safe
- Hey Justin,
Did you ever get around to doing anything with that hot water copper tank of yours?
I'm thinking about a similar project.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, justin webster <mail@...> wrote:
> thanks guys,
> sounds like it's worth a shot and a bit of fun too.
> I already have the gear to cut it open, strip it back and re-solder
> so it's probably do-able.
> I'll let you know what I find (when I get round to it).
> On 2/05/2008, at 10:01 PM, jamesonbeam1 wrote:
> > Good Point Billy,
> > But try almost 50 years old (this is 2008 right? :):).
> > Vino es Veritas,
> > Jim.
> > --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "billy.turf" <billy.turf@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > I wonder, If lead is sooo good a leaching, then wouldn't it already
> > > be pretty much all gone out of a 30yr old water heater? Everything
> > > you would add would be without lead of course, but just how much
> > > solder would be used in such an old heater? The amount of
> > leaching is
> > > going to be proportional to the amount of time that it sits in there
> > > too... that's not gonna be a long time.
> > ____snip____