A maintenance in July, On a Saturday, IN THE HEAT!!! - Page 3
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  1. #27
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    Aug 2003
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    Henderson, NV
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    I dont know If I speak for others, but once you experience "Dry Heat", going to major Humidity just bites.

    120 degrees with 6 percent himidity vs 90's w/90+ percent humidity,and a 60-70 degree dewpoint, ouch, Im perspiring allready.

  2. #28
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    Dec 2004
    Location
    Michigan
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    Originally posted by steamer
    120 degrees with 6 percent himidity vs 90's w/90+ percent humidity,and a 60-70 degree dewpoint, ouch, Im perspiring allready.
    It's the same here in Michigan, the high humidity and all, Florida just has more days of it. Cracks me up all the blue-hairs complain about our summers, then they move to Florida. A dry day in Michigan simply means we didn't make it to the beer store that day!!

  3. #29
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    Dec 2004
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    Payson, why are you violating OSHA regulations? Being in an attic at those temps is a direct violation of the sections concerning confined space entry and elevated temp entry. If I recall correctly minimum fine is 16K maximum penalty is death. Personally I will not enter an attic above 95deg and when I do there is someone available for rescue if contact is not made every 10-15 min. Think about it,,, IS YOUR LIFE WORTH IT??????? Just a thought.

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