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What kind of respirator is this? Something chlorine proof? What do i ask for at the hardware store?
Is the outer coil necessary or does it just class things up?
1 cup for 10 chickens, so 2 cups. If hot outside a chicken will drink 1 quart per bird per day. So plan that 15 chickens will need 4 gallons per day. 5 gallons to be safe.
Each little cup has a yellow bobble in it. The chicken pokes the bobble & water refills the cup. The bobble is hooked to a valve that lets water flow in & refill the cup. It is beak activated.
Buy an electric kettle. Boil a full pot of water then dump the water on the little cups until melted. Dump the rest in the water tank.
To make this legal and safe, change the female cord cap to a female twist lock and the male cord cap on the crock pot to a male twist lock.Or hook the male crockpot plug to the dimmer directly so you can't reuse the dimmer & it becomes permanent. Also that switch needs a box like a 4 square or single gang handy box. And you need to use wire nuts. Solder alone is not a legal means of connection for an electrical joint.Then its legal & safe.
Do you have a trick to light a single charcoal briquette? It takes 1 match to start a forest fire, 300 matches to light a barbeque...
You don't need this. You can just add a fan, or reduce the secondary windings & add a 3rd transformer in series.
Mine looks like its 12 gauge aluminum, but it could be 15 gauge aluminum.
Drop the turn on each transformer secondary, & then add a 3rd transformer in series.
This is good voltage, but osha considers voltage above 40 to be a shock risk so its best to remove some turns & get them under the 40 mark.
Mod Podge is water proof (ish) when it dries (it dries clear), but school glue will quickly dissolve if it gets wet. If you use titebond 2 instead of white glue, you will have a food and water safe bond (though a little yellow). modpodge is the one to use if you need a clear drying and water resistant glue.