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in the floor heat ,with dust collection, electric,and air to a center island #1: SHOP IN THE FLOOR HEAT AND DUST COLLECTION WITH ELECTRIC AND AIR OUTLETS.

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Blog entry by rf58 posted 02-18-2013 02:41 AM 1454 reads 0 times favorited 1 comment Add to Favorites Watch
no previous part Part 1 of in the floor heat ,with dust collection, electric,and air to a center island series no next part

WOW LOTS OF RESPONSE. THANK YOU ALL WHERE DO I START
LIKE I JUST TOLD MY wife not much mention of my biggest concern that being MOISTURE. well i’m planning some type of french drain = Post hole with gravel..
AND I DO REALIZE 2- 45 Z VERSES A 90.IS BETTER.planned on that FOR DUST =PVC SEALED using 45 z.. ELECTRIC = UNDERGROUND / BX COATED around it where it comes thru the wood plate with a ground fault . AIR LINE = JURY IS STILL OUT ??? but will have

WHAT I PLAN IS A TROUGH / CHASE ( 10” X 30” x 20” deep ) JUST IN THE CENTER OF MY FLOOR . USING A (PARALLEL BEAM FLAT WAYS ) FOR A BLANK TO COVER IT with holes cut in it( and one to match with no holes ) and room to coil up the electrical and air hose cord beneath it should i want to have a party or someting. .
I HAVE A flat MAP FILE CABINET /TABLE EXTENSION FOR MY TABLE SAW ON WHEELS.
IT IS 40” X 5’ pluss THE TABLE SAW and it’s extensions THAT MAKES A BIG FOOTPRINT IN THE CENTER OF THE FLOOR—
should be able hit that somewhere. i have BEEN THINKING And DREAMING OF THIS garage for a long time.
this floor thing is just one phase*.. . if things go right it should be done by thanksgiving.
I SURE APPRECIATE THE INPUT FROM YOU GUYS.
PROS AND CONS. KEEP M COMING…
i don’t know how to respond to the individual comments yet but i will find out
thanks again.

—rf58, Illinois

-- rf58, Illinois



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#1 posted 02-18-2013 03:07 AM

If you are going to run air it needs to be on the wall or ceiling with moisture drains at each drop. If you run the airlines below the floor you have no way of draining moisture out of the air lines.

-- Bruce, Boise, ID

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