32495Re: Caring for internal elements
- Dec 4, 2008--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Harry" <gnikomson2000@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "abbababbaccc" <abbababbaccc@>
> > That's right. Either 1000W without insulation or that 625W element
> > and good insulation. People have used cheap sleeping pads made of
> > foam quite succesfully, cut to fit and duct tape together. Another
> > good option is floor insulation foam that is used with floor heating
> > systems - it tolerates reasonable amount of heat and insulates quite
> > well. Rockwool is also efficient but PITA to work with. Then we have
> > self adhesive materials used for sound suppression and the list goes
> > on - go to your local HW store or cheap mart and start looking around.
> > Cheers, Riku
> Cheapest ($5-$10) and most successful solution for small boilers is a
> windshield sun protector. Wrap it around & tape in place. It reflects
> all the heat back into the boiler.
> [No Frost Windscreen Protector]
> am=ccp>I would never have thought of the windshield thingy. My wife has one
> regards Harry
almost like that in her trunk that she never uses. Mine now. Shiny
side to the boiler right?
Thanks to the both of you for the ideas.
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