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Re: New here +my intro +controversy question

Hi, RedRabbitLosAngeles. I would like to second Andy's reply. The "debunk" by Mick West on the second link in your post is also absolutely convincing by
lilacdawndragon
4:33 PM
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Re: New here +my intro +controversy question

No, you cannot just subtract A from A+B like that and get meaningful results. There are lots of people in here that understand that and can probably explain
Andy Beveridge
May 25
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8753

New here +my intro +controversy question

I am glad to become a new member. Here is a bit of background about myself, and what I do: I don't have any reptiles or amphibians, but I have a keen interest
charming_party_guest
May 23
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Re: UVB friendly plexi

I am sure it will be very popular indeed with non-institutional keepers once they bring the price down to under $2 a square meter so it is comparable in price
Andy Highfield
May 12
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Re: UVB friendly plexi

Yes it has been around for quite a while now and used in zoos with cold winters. On the company website it shows all the country and or State locations of
Angela Cancilla Herschel
May 12
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Re: UVA RE: [UVB_Meter_Owners] New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enc

Thank you for the link Andy. My lighting indoor experience started from the horticulture industry. But my grandmother, a bit on the wealthy side, had a huge
Robert MacCargar
May 12
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Re: UVA RE: [UVB_Meter_Owners] New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enc

Hi Robert, Thanks for picking that up. The website article is a cut-down version from a longer text, and unfortunately due to (my) oversight, the paragraph on
Andy Highfield
May 12
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UVA RE: [UVB_Meter_Owners] New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enclosu

Andy, I have to tell you how impressed I am with that article and the work you have put into that and I thank you for it. Is there a reason that it seems that
Robert MacCargar
May 12
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Re: New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enclosure Design

Hi Andy Thanks for your mention of the subframe concept. This has got my fertile (or furtive!) brain working. It may remain that I still have to follow the
Chris
May 12
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Re: UVB friendly plexi

There is no doubt that UV transmitting acrylic is extremely expensive. But, not perhaps as exorbitantly so as Andy suggests. The key is in finding a stockist
Chris
May 12
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Re: New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enclosure Design

Hi Chris, I am pleased to note your good results using outdoor terraria. We found the same thing when we were in the UKà the best results and habitats we ever
Andy Highfield
May 12
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Re: UVB friendly plexi

... Yes - that material has been available for several years. In fact, I have tested it, and it is very good in certain respectsà however, it has two big,
Andy Highfield
May 11
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UVB friendly plexi

Plexi Glass , Alltop , UVB friendly http://www.plexiglas-shop.com/GB/en/details.htm?$product=8zjzbtlox4r~p&$category=6hf5omyks4e Ciao, Angela Cancilla
Angela Cancilla Herschel
May 11
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Re: New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enclosure Design

This is indeed a fascinating article. Many of the principles are those I have had in place for some 15 years using greenhouses with 2mm UV transmitting acrylic
Chris
May 11
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Re: New UV-B transmitting plastics in Enclosure Design

Andy - I think this is a real break-through! Thanks so much for posting... This is a must-read, everyone! The Climate Frame Outdoor Terrarium with Natural UV-B
lilacdawndragon
May 11
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