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Shotmaking fumes?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by jbmOU, Sep 6, 2007.

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  1. jbmOU

    jbmOU Member

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    Does a shotmaker create a lot of fumes? What is the best way to deal with the fumes created?
     
  2. plinker61

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    i bought a range hood off ebay that had cosmetic damage,was a brand new unit that mooves 300cfm,cost with duct work was less than $100 dollars, i mounted 3 ft above my shot maker,and ducted it out side,works good,,mark
     
  3. grammie

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    Lead fumes are still a "heavy metal",,,and when inhaled settle into your bones,,and create problems later on in life,,,cause pre-mature graying of your hair,,,and removes the lead from your pencil,,,along with a host of other problems.....it dosen't take much either....

    AKA Grammie.........
     
  4. Doug Mc

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    Lead does not give off the toxic stuff until it gets to 1100 degree -- but even with that said I still don't trust it and do it in a well ventilated garage with the fan blowing out
     
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