I use those gasketed tubes that I bought from Northern Hydraulics, and they
seem to be OK. My neighbor keeps his on top of the furnace in his basement.
His furnace is used to heat his hot water, so it runs all year. It seems to
work for him.
At 05:29 PM 3/3/97 +0000, Richard George x 7247 (sun) wrote:
>After trying a couple of rod types, I found out why I used to like 7018
>rod so much (6011 makes a nasty looking weld, 6013 hardly penetrates -
>I ended up using 7014, but I prefer reverse DC...). The problem is that
>the school had one of those funky electrode drying ovens to keep the
>7018 fresh, and...
>My question is: how can the "small" guy keep this stuff dry? I was
>thinking maybe a toaster oven or something.. What do the rest of
>you do about this? Are those funky gasketed plastic tubes good enough?