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PostPosted: Sun Aug 22, 2010 7:13 pm 
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In a few months we'll be complaining about the COLD and how to get warm! But for now, how are you keeping your shop cool? I know it is just the opposite for you "down under".

For me the answer is, "I ain't!"

From Woodshop News -

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http://blog.woodshopnews.com/workbench/?p=269


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 23, 2010 4:49 am 
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Yup youre right Chuck.

It is winter here, but except for a lot of June the work shop has been bearable, and some one gave me a small flueless LPG heater which took the edge of of the cold.

In summer here it is usually DRY as heck so while it can be uncomfortable it is often bearable if you don't think to hard about it. The hottest day I spent in the shop was about 45 degrees celsius or about 113 farhenhiet. But here it is so dry that as long as you keep drinking the beverage of choice, and keep a fan moving the air it isn't so bad. Though some times the beverage of choice means that you cannot run power tools..............

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keep up the good work chuck!!

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