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Offline Blown F-150

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #30 on: January 07, 2019, 11:03:50 PM »
Steve,

You got a photo of your heaters?   I was looking at some IR heaters for our balcony.

I have a forced air unit.  Not as nice as the Reznor unit  :wow:

I think the Natural Gas really drops the cost of operation. It only cost $75 bucks last month to keep the Garage pretty warm throughout below freezing weather while I was working on the truck.
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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #31 on: January 08, 2019, 04:57:08 PM »
Steve,

You got a photo of your heaters?   I was looking at some IR heaters for our balcony.

I have a forced air unit.  Not as nice as the Reznor unit  :wow:

I think the Natural Gas really drops the cost of operation. It only cost $75 bucks last month to keep the Garage pretty warm throughout below freezing weather while I was working on the truck.

No doubt, but I am not allowed ventless or 83% eff Nat Gas heaters in the garage in my village.
The burn chamber needs to sealed & pull outside air, so it has to be 90% eff to be code here. 

Steve

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #32 on: January 20, 2019, 03:57:46 PM »
Steve,

You got a photo of your heaters?   I was looking at some IR heaters for our balcony.

I have a forced air unit.  Not as nice as the Reznor unit  :wow:

I think the Natural Gas really drops the cost of operation. It only cost $75 bucks last month to keep the Garage pretty warm throughout below freezing weather while I was working on the truck.

No doubt, but I am not allowed ventless or 83% eff Nat Gas heaters in the garage in my village.
The burn chamber needs to sealed & pull outside air, so it has to be 90% eff to be code here.
Village?

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #33 on: January 20, 2019, 06:29:57 PM »
Steve,

You got a photo of your heaters?   I was looking at some IR heaters for our balcony.

I have a forced air unit.  Not as nice as the Reznor unit  :wow:

I think the Natural Gas really drops the cost of operation. It only cost $75 bucks last month to keep the Garage pretty warm throughout below freezing weather while I was working on the truck.

No doubt, but I am not allowed ventless or 83% eff Nat Gas heaters in the garage in my village.
The burn chamber needs to sealed & pull outside air, so it has to be 90% eff to be code here.
Village?

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #34 on: January 20, 2019, 08:47:27 PM »
No doubt, but I am not allowed ventless or 83% eff Nat Gas heaters in the garage in my village.
The burn chamber needs to sealed & pull outside air, so it has to be 90% eff to be code here.
Village?

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It is the legal term for the municipality I live in EG: Village of Bensenville.

Sorry the Mrs does insurance for Public Not for Profit entities and referring to the legal municipality structure has been ingrained into my head after a decade +.

I used to generically call everything a city, but that means something else structurally in IL ( as does town ).
It makes a huge difference with what she does, so she cannot fall into the generic naming less she screw up the insurance policies.  E&Os are a bad thing for what she does, and is very career limiting.
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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #35 on: January 20, 2019, 09:04:08 PM »
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Don't I wish it was that quite.  With it being single digits jet engines make a hell of a racket taking off.



Lower left hand corner is where I live. <2 miles walking route to the edge of the airport.
- Mechanic is 1.1 miles walking on streets, and another 5 blocks east on Irving Park Rd from there is airport property.
If you magnify the image, you can make out the water retention area behind my house. 
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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #36 on: January 21, 2019, 09:33:50 AM »
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Don't I wish it was that quite.  With it being single digits jet engines make a hell of a racket taking off.



Lower left hand corner is where I live. <2 miles walking route to the edge of the airport.
- Mechanic is 1.1 miles walking on streets, and another 5 blocks east on Irving Park Rd from there is airport property.
If you magnify the image, you can make out the water retention area behind my house.
I understand.  My previous residence was about 4  miles from LVIA airport (not exactly a big city airport but large enough).  It didn't affect the noise level over the house much.  Trains down by the river were louder actually.  But you can't go anywhere in the area without hearing all the aircraft.  And Cassie's sister actually lives less than a half mile from the end of the runway. 

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #37 on: January 21, 2019, 11:38:53 AM »
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Don't I wish it was that quite.  With it being single digits jet engines make a hell of a racket taking off.



Lower left hand corner is where I live. <2 miles walking route to the edge of the airport.
- Mechanic is 1.1 miles walking on streets, and another 5 blocks east on Irving Park Rd from there is airport property.
If you magnify the image, you can make out the water retention area behind my house.
I understand.  My previous residence was about 4  miles from LVIA airport (not exactly a big city airport but large enough).  It didn't affect the noise level over the house much.  Trains down by the river were louder actually.  But you can't go anywhere in the area without hearing all the aircraft.  And Cassie's sister actually lives less than a half mile from the end of the runway. 

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ABE, that's a cute little airport..

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #38 on: January 21, 2019, 11:42:17 AM »
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Don't I wish it was that quite.  With it being single digits jet engines make a hell of a racket taking off.



Lower left hand corner is where I live. <2 miles walking route to the edge of the airport.
- Mechanic is 1.1 miles walking on streets, and another 5 blocks east on Irving Park Rd from there is airport property.
If you magnify the image, you can make out the water retention area behind my house.
I understand.  My previous residence was about 4  miles from LVIA airport (not exactly a big city airport but large enough).  It didn't affect the noise level over the house much.  Trains down by the river were louder actually.  But you can't go anywhere in the area without hearing all the aircraft.  And Cassie's sister actually lives less than a half mile from the end of the runway. 

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ABE, that's a cute little airport..


Yeah I know.  It's nothing to brag about but the concept is the same.  Most people drive down to the Philly airport.  Or take a 15 minute (wheels up to wheels down) flight from LVIA to Philly for the real flight. 

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Re: New Work bench area
« Reply #39 on: January 22, 2019, 12:54:24 AM »
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