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05-02-2009 06:53 PM
Patch Gas and welding supply places often carry LN2.
05-02-2009 06:10 PM
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For what purpose would a local hardware store have ln2?
Beats me, but our local place has had it before. I think some people order it through them, and that's why they can move some extra. Never said it made sense.
05-02-2009 05:19 PM
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Check with your local hardware store. They sometimes keep it.
For what purpose would a local hardware store have ln2?
05-02-2009 05:13 PM
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where can i get the LN2?
Check with your local hardware store. They sometimes keep it.
05-02-2009 05:04 PM
hoth17 where can i get the LN2?
05-02-2009 02:43 PM
PR1M3R If you can get LN2, do it. You will get better clocks
05-02-2009 02:16 PM
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so should i use liquid nitrogen or dry ice?
DICE is cheaper and easier to acquire. LN will bring temps lower.
05-02-2009 12:24 PM
hoth17 so should i use liquid nitrogen or dry ice?
05-02-2009 06:12 AM
Starbuck5000 A laser thermoeter is unessicary, A Fluke is all you really need, heck any old digital thermometer will so long as it will go down to about -80.

For insulation i use putty earser around the socket then layer down some frost king or something. On top of that a layer of neoprene.




As long as you strip down after every session you don't need to put vaseline in the socket
05-02-2009 05:57 AM
bartx All kits from pot builders includes mountings and neoprene, so don't worry about that Thermometer isn't necessary but it's nice to have one
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