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Old 2019-06-05, 10:32pm
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Aye, it's easy to forget that oxycons are really heavy duty air compressors with a system of oxygen recovery tanks.

They have to be heavy duty because of the life saving nature of the medical units that need to be depended on 24/7/365.

You will want to make sure your kiln is not on the same circuit breaker line as the oxycon because the two of them will draw a lot of current and you don't want to be chasing tripped circuit breakrs with a blob of hot glass in you hands.
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