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    To much time

    I found this so fascinating
    I was wondering how long it would of took who ever did this to finish.
    I wouldn't mind having that in my living room.. Dont no what my wife would say..
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    i like it. i built mounts for my tv's out of copper.

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    Really??? Send a picture I wanna see

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    The cost? think of all the time cleaning it?

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    I'm guessing it wasn't a weekend project.

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    And pipe it to your heat pump and you have a heated or cooled seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjett View Post
    And pipe it to your heat pump and you have a heated or cooled seat.
    Brilliant a radiant seat for your tush.
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    Just curious, Where is the inlet and outlet?
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    I see a coupling missing.

    Id be too tempted to scrap that thing.

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    Nothing I'm guessing he just had extra fittings. Lol..

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    Quote Originally Posted by grkmano View Post
    Really??? Send a picture I wanna see

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    Sorry, I used the iPad and am not good at it.
    it is still sort of a prototype and only for my jacuzi room. i am in the process of building another one. it is a "track system". my wife moves the furniture around alot and i don't want a thousand holes in the walls so i designed a mount that hangs from the ceiling and can just be slid around the room to where it needs to be. mostly made out of copper, a few bolts and a little allthread. hopefuly should be done soon. i will get pics of that for sure.
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    Pipe your discharge line into it and it's a de-superheater!
    The key to happiness is lower expectations.

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    It needs ball valves on the top vertical tubes!
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