Discussion in 'Toke N Talk' started by 420God, Sep 6, 2012.
Dem cheeks doe
Start up the grill to make me some chicken. Flash thunderstorm out of nowhere having a hard time keeping this Grill hot
Woke up and took a massive dump....
That's probably all I'll do today.
Gotta heal that bunghole!
No spicy food for you...
just going to work now,, like a robot
You may wana rephrase that Tim....
@Chunky Stool robot has been eating dog shit lately
Lol....have a good day at work
Well at least you're regular....its nice to be regular.
so i'm trying to throw a side draft swamp cooler onto my roof, and need a piece of ducting to attach it, something like this:
apparently it's not something you can just go to the store and buy though. called around to a few places and all of them say "well i can make one for ya". but the heat wave hits tomorrow.
so i called up a bunch of heating/cooling companies to see if they had any, they all just fabricate them on site.
i'm pretty handy with a brake. i bet i could pull it off first try and make it look pretty.
oh, i also took a pretty nasty dump. spicy indian food. gotta keep up with the goodsons.
Question guys, I know this isn't the spot for this but I respect most of your opinions. When buying a hps setup the ballast is basically the important part? I'll order from amazon so I'm looking for a good deal but not junk. Anything I should look for or stay away from?
Ok let's make this post TNT worthy..
Be sure to insulate it on the inside. And your golden.
DUCK........ I mean duct.
I run a 600w switchable from amazon in veg ran it for just over 2 years now no issues its brand is hydro planet( maybe id have to double check). No anoying humming or RF from it so far
Thanks!! I guess that's what I'm most concerned about is the ballast causing interference with neighbors. Not sure what it does but can't have people knocking on my door. Lol.. time to upgrade from my shitty led..
ballast, capacitator, and ignitor. any two won't work without the third.
good point. otherwise i'd have the cooled air traveling through a thin piece of sheet metal scorching in the sun and that would defeat the whole purpose. not sure how i'd insulate something like that though, especially the curved section of it.
I like Quantum ballasts the best. You want to spend where it counts in this game, it'll pay you back 1000 fold. I have these -
I don't like to show off or brag about my work....pics speak for themselves .....will get you cooled down buck ....I'm thinking the first pic would be best for your application described above.......did that for $9000,poor elderly couple were unable to walk, much less install awesome shit like that.....I'm not trying to take advantage of anybody......il be expecting a PM
This heat is fucking crazy....balls have been stuck to my leg since 8:30am. I know that's probably more of a lack of hygiene thing on my part .......but the heat doesn't help already sticky balls. ((Smh))
Use this on outside of curved duct, and build a small "roof" over it (4 posts and a roof of sheet metal or weatherized plywood) as a sun screen
The insulation also comes as a roll and as a pre-made cylinder
ok, i think i got this from here. it's gonna look a lot uglier than that photo does though.
Duct insulation with spray tack. I get it at mechanical supply house . Spray tack is like contact cement but it will stay tacky forever. Also I would just make it square, for easy build . The supply house might have premade duct that just needs assembly with s and c lock. And of course duct seal.
PS the insulation is for condensation also.
Graffiti it up, Mr Sunshine style or Grateful Dead
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