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Re: [new_distillers] Screw in immersion heater

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  • klcampbell
    George,try an electro plating equipment supplier that is close to you.They have all types of screw in heaters for the plating tanks in all kinds of
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 18, 2001
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      George,try an electro plating equipment supplier that is close to you.They
      have all types of screw in heaters for the plating tanks in all kinds of
      material.Regards Ken.
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      From: <goldenshine65802@...>
      To: <new_distillers@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Sunday, 18 February 2001 15:23
      Subject: [new_distillers] Screw in immersion heater


      > Hello I'm back, I'm still looking for a good immersion or insert heater,
      that dos'nt cost a arm and leg. I read all the post starting at the first of
      last year when this site first started, and found only one posting about
      immersion type heaters,but haven't heard about where to get them. I gave a
      industrial heater under the brand name cromolox the acid test to see if it
      would stand up to a acid base, I used hydrochoric acid to test it with,
      first it turned black, then it leached down to a copper coating and the
      leaching process stopped.I supose this kind of test is pretty harsh to test
      with, but I just don't want any surprises later on.how does Incloy stand up?
      Does it stand up well to acid conditions? If it does where can I buy one
      here in states? and how much do they cost? Woud like to get a s.s. screw in
      insert heater, but don't where to get one or how much they cost. Thanks
      George.
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