> ...Ouch, IMHO, I wouldn't recommend the use of cryogenics
> to fabricate a steering wheel hub. I am really surprised
> that the sleeve didnt break into bits when hammered- or
> worse, split apart while driving at speed.
> LIN is lots of fun to play with- we use it during demos to
> freeze roses and tennis balls and smash them to itty bitty
> pieces, but it requires careful handling and storage to
> prevent _serious_ thermal burns or even asphixiation from
> rapid O2 displacement.
We use this stuff ALL THE TIME for such purposes as soft drink quick-cooling,
wart removal, floor cleaner, dessert topping....As a matter of fact, we go
through about 200 liters per week.
I don't understand all the outrage about my lab techniques. Since I had the
prosthetic limb attached I don't need to use gloves anymore.
Applied and Engineering Sciences