noskosteve at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 23 18:26:07 CDT 2013
I have also been soldering for my 60 some years and working with High power transmitters and around all kinds of RF and I assure there is absolutely no side eff...Eff...Eff...ffects.
73, Steve, K9DCI USN (Vet) MOT (Ret) Ham (Yet)
--- On Sun, 6/23/13, Perry Chamberlain <canoeman at qnet.com> wrote:
> Oh my , thats a lot of lead, but I
> did notice you both live in republican elected states.
> So there might be somthing to lead exposure.
> Boy, could not resist that one. :-)
> I have to have a exhaust vent on my bench, because if I
> solder for a long time, I actually get welders flu.
> It was scary at first, uncontollable shivering,
> tremors, high fever, incredible night sweats.
> After the first few times, of suffering through those
> terrble nights, I run high power exhaust unit, thats
> always on when working circuits. Its a 6 inch duct,
> with flex hose end, to move close to work, and it
> empties outside
> It also happened, when I would be using exothermic welding
> shots with graphite molds, for connecting large power ground
> grids, and loops in high voltage construction projects.
> Worse when firing off the welds, in large under ground
> vaults. Light, and run like hell, for the ladder
> on, with a respirator on.
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