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RE: GSBN:Cold storage?
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- Subject: RE: GSBN:Cold storage?
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- Date: Wed, 27 Jul 2005 16:24:36 +0100
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I don't know about freezing but I do know strawbales have been used to house
refrigeration plants to keep food cool successfully.
As for tiling a whole bathroom, I would only tile those parts of wall that
took direct water splashing, and plaster the rest in a plaster that dealt
well with humidity e.g.clay or lime.Would love to hear of others'
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From: GSBN [<a target="_blank" href="mailto:GSBN@...]On">mailto:GSBN@...]On</a> Behalf Of André de Bouter
Sent: 27 July 2005 11:19
Subject: GSBN:Cold storage?
A question that I receive more and more is:
Can SB be used for cold storage?
And if so, can we go well below freezing (-20¡C)?
Typically these refrigerators/freezers are (more or less?) airtight on the
inside. Sometimes people want to put them in very hot climates.
This question leads me to a second. Would there be any arguments against
a (SB) room completly?
All coments are welcomed as I lack info to confidently reply to these to
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