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Date Posted: 09:35:23 12/24/01 Mon
Author: Peter
Author Host/IP: 1Cust7.tnt9.dial.tor2.uunet.ca / 64.10.130.7
Subject: Re: hot water
In reply to: reg 's message, "Re: hot water" on 08:34:27 12/24/01 Mon

>hiya Peter , nice to see you post . i'm sure the
>membership request will be taken care of np . what
>type of offset do you have ? do you have access to a
>welder or a person who welds ? are you trying to
>control heat, thinking of moistness , or easier
>cleanup ? we could help if we had more info . reg
Thanks for the reply, Reg. Bruce has looked after the membership question already.
I don't have it yet but around the end of Jan. we're driving to Houston to pick up a Klose 24 x 72. We plan on using it for catering and the local health guy wants me to have running hot water for clean up. I do have access to a welder. Any advice or benefit from experience would be appreciated. Peter

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