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Old Jan 13, 2010, 07:30 AM
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Re: Heating a workshop/garage

"Donwill" <Donwill.seesig@invalid.invalid> wrote in message
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> It's far too cold to go and play with my newly aquired mill in the wksp,
> I've started insulating it but heat is required to create a decent
> environment.
> To minimise the risk of condensation on machines the temperature should be
> kept reasonably constant but that's expensive if you heat to a comfortable
> working temperature. What do experienced wksp engineers do? and what type
> of heating do you reccomend?


Tubular heating of the sort sold for greenhouses for background heating.

Run a dehumidifier, which as well as sucking out the moisture will also
add a little background heating effect.