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Old 03-24-2005 01:39:49 AM
Description: Just because it worked for me and others, does not make any procedures described or used on these web pages as being correct, or the only way of doing it. Every effort has been made to make the foundry furnace and accessories as safe as possible. Dealing with liquid petroleum gas, home made burners and high temperatures can be dangerous. It is highly recommended that one should familiarize oneself with all Hazards involved with using these procedures and processes. A good dose of common sense is also a very good thing to have in your possession.
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Tags: foundry, furnace, melt, shop, pours, projects
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