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    heating up walk in insulation

    Hi guys.I didn't know how to name the thread better.Here is my concern.On the way home tonight I got a fairly new walk in cooler going and quickly located the leak on a top turn of the evaporator coil.I am gonna go back some time soon to braze it.I tried to do a brief search for insulation material spects to find out how much I could raise their temperature before I will get in trouble.So far I am not succesful.Maybe the pros will give me some idea and maybe some words of caution.
    Thanks.AL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wannafreeze View Post
    Hi guys.I didn't know how to name the thread better.Here is my concern.On the way home tonight I got a fairly new walk in cooler going and quickly located the leak on a top turn of the evaporator coil.I am gonna go back some time soon to braze it.I tried to do a brief search for insulation material spects to find out how much I could raise their temperature before I will get in trouble.So far I am not succesful.Maybe the pros will give me some idea and maybe some words of caution.
    Thanks.AL.
    Try this may help you
    http://www.uri.com/is-bin/INTERSHOP....X&OnlineFlag=1

    or use piece of sheet metal

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