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Old 01-12-2009, 09:47   #31
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Thanks Charlie...I will work on a venting solution.

Does Hydrogen rise or sink?....If rises...easy fix, if sinks no so easy.
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Old 03-12-2009, 09:46   #32
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Hydrogen rises and is extremely flammable...remember the newsreel of the Hindenburg explosion?

Yandina makes a nice component that will turn on an ignition protected vent fan when batteries are being charged: Catalog Frame

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Ya...I figured it out...I thought of the Hindenberg about an hour later driving down the road.

Thanks for the link ..Ill look into it.
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