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    February Fog Chiller Build

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    Sunday, Feb 17 2019
    10:00 AM
    HeatSync Labs
    108 W Main St, Mesa, AZ 85201

    Allen Moskop shows you how to make his special brand of fog chiller for thick, low hanging fog!
    X-Files atmospheres are within your grasp!
    "Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc!"
    “We gladly feast upon those who would subdue us.”

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    Listed below is the general supply list. Most are found in the Home Depot plumbing section. (You can always modify)

    27 gallon tote, $8.98. Optional: you can use just about any large tote, an ice chest or a trashcan with lid.

    4 inch X 8 foot dryer vent hose, $10.78. Optional: 4” X 25’, $19.98.

    3 inch male adapter, $5.40.

    3 inch female adapter, $5.56 (you will need two)

    3 inch clean out adapter, $5.12

    3 inch elbow, $5.28 (you will need two)

    3 inch PVC pipe. You will only need about one foot. I will bring a couple 10 foot sticks that we can cut to size. It can also be used for routing fog to different locations.

    We will discuss some options during workshop that can always be added later.

    All the supplies should come in under $60.00. If cost is a problem you can go with just the tote and dryer vent.
    "Sic gorgiamus allos subjectatos nunc!"
    “We gladly feast upon those who would subdue us.”

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