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#25654 - 05/15/03 12:26 PM incinolet
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I thought they were joking, but check this out http://wombatnation.com/blog/stories/incinolet.html


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#25655 - 05/15/03 02:44 PM Re: incinolet
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...(coffee filters just won't do)

Came across one at a telco microwave station. Only trouble was, it was in a room with a 750kW genset, and a large notice on the door warning that other similar generators had ejected metal engine parts through the outer housing during routine operation.

Er, now that's High Pucker Factor.
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#25656 - 05/15/03 03:29 PM Re: incinolet
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the crack research staff.


Are you sure they are not kidding?

edit, forgot not



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#25657 - 05/15/03 03:56 PM Re: incinolet
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Quote:
crack research


Sounds illegal!
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#25658 - 05/15/03 04:53 PM Re: incinolet
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These actually work quite well. You don't want to be down wind from the vent while it's in operation!
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#25659 - 05/15/03 05:21 PM Re: incinolet
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I like the original better
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#25660 - 05/15/03 05:52 PM Re: incinolet
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They actually have a 240 volt version, he he... serves 8 people ..???
I guess it takes about two hours to work, can you imagine a family of 4 in the morning ... this is too easy..
dont think the Plumbers have anything to worry about for awhile.
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#25661 - 05/15/03 06:34 PM Re: incinolet
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I see no Plumbing Code approvals stated anywhere on their website. The product has a 30 day satisfaction guarantee, as long as you don't use it????????
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#25662 - 05/15/03 07:06 PM Re: incinolet
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Would something like that NEED plumbing code approval? Uses no water, and needs no waste line...

Have used one of these once at a remote mountaintop transmitter site. They work, but they STINK when the heater kicks in....
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#25663 - 05/16/03 03:32 AM Re: incinolet
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The original original...
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