Humphrey, Richard A
rhumphrey at kmaxtv.com
Thu May 7 11:40:52 EDT 2009
There is a restaurant near one of my towers which gets CO2 for the soda
machine delivered in liquid form. They have a cryogenic tank and gas
generator next to the road. So if a pizza place can do this with CO2,
there should be off the shelf hardware available for storing liquid N2
and turning it into gas as needed that would work for transmitter
engineers. The semiconductor industry goes through a lot of nitrogen
and other gasses. This is how they do it. But it's probably cheaper
just to plug in a dehydrator and use dry air.
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