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    Is this product safe for use in Genesis?

    Came across this product, that may be a big help in preventing shorts in genesis atties but I'm not totally convinced it's going to be safe for use in there, although from what I have read it appears it may be.
    Anyway here's the link: Dry Film Teflon Spray

    What do you guys think?
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    but what happens if you exceed 250c?
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    Does anyone know how hot a coil actually gets? They say kanthal can withstand temperatures up too 1400c and I've had it so hot on some builds you could push it around and deform it so I'd assume far beyond 250c?
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    Stolen from: Thermal radiation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    C (F) Subjective color[5]
    480 C (896 F) faint red glow
    580 C (1,076 F) dark red
    730 C (1,350 F) bright red, slightly orange
    930 C (1,710 F) bright orange
    1,100 C (2,010 F) pale yellowish orange
    1,300 C (2,370 F) yellowish white
    > 1,400 C (2,550 F) white (yellowish if seen from a distance through atmosphere)
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    Lol surely that's a different scale for Kanthal man, It's usually blindingly bright orange on a good micro?
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    I'd say those numbers are reasonably accurate, don't think it matters too much if it's kanthal, a lump of iron (ignoring melting point) or helium fusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by T7x View Post
    Lol surely that's a different scale for Kanthal man, It's usually blindingly bright orange on a good micro?
    Doesn't look far fetched. Fits o.k. with metals I seen. Only seen a few though and some of them were probably able to hit a higher temp. (cutting with acetylene/oxygen)

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    Wow, 900c - 1150c on a good coil.... that would do some serious damage if you were to accidentally touch it...
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    what your looking for Noe , is products that are Type "A" food grade approved and better if its a grease than a spray

    that shit aint good for ya , look up the MSDS.

 

 
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