|Forum topic by pete57||posted 02-17-2010 08:34 PM||964 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
02-17-2010 08:34 PM
I have a thermostat from a greenhouse place that goes up to 120 degrees. I have a 240 volt 750 watt baseboard heater that I plan to put in the bottom. I will put a small piece of 20 gauge metal on the botton perment shelf that is just a tad bigger than the heater for protection.
Does anyone know of any reason that this will not be safe to run at 100-120 degrees for several days?
I have a small kiln that I use for crest and spindles that use light bulbs, I just need something bigger for the C-arm forms and settee forms to cure in.
-- Humble Wood Servant