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Old 24th May 2002, 01:56 AM   #1
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Default Mumetal For Sale

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http://www.planetsofta.com/mumetal.html

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I'm interested in 2^ft. Please send me quote in CAD$. Location Toronto.

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Old 10th August 2002, 11:54 PM   #3
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The fellow i am selling this for has asked me to drop the price -- now $6USD/linear ft ($12/sq ft).

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Old 13th October 2002, 01:43 AM   #4
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Price dropped again -- now $5USD/linear ft ($10/sq ft).


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Old 16th October 2002, 09:51 AM   #5
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DO you still have the mu-metal for sale? If so, pm me.

Also, is it as simple as applying it to the inside of my cabinet? I have only had a problem recently since I have moved my ht upstairs to a smaller room.
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At that price it's hard to refuse the purchase. I'd like to get 2x2^ft of that material. Please e-mail me with a quote in CAD.
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Old 23rd October 2002, 08:02 AM   #7
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do you think mumetal would protect the electronics in my house from the electromagnetic impulse of a nuclear bomb, or would i need to use a sheet of lead too..? i just worry about the health hazards of lead.
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sorry if i mess upp the thread but use tube based circuits those arent affected of the EMP witch a nuclear detonation causes...

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sorry if i mess upp the thread but use tube based circuits those arent affected of the EMP witch a nuclear detonation causes...
micke,

You beat me to that comment, but i was wondering what happens to the SS CCS if you are using them.

To answer the original question... well i have no real idea. Any Nuclear/EMP experts?

I would suppose that there would be a range from the blast where a piece of gear completely enclosed in mumetal would survive and one ithout would not, but i wouldn't hazard a guess as to how wide this band would be.

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Shields aligned parallel to the "lines of force" from the source will be much more effective than when aligned perpendicular.
So that means if I have my tires aligned with geographic Longitudal lines, I get better gas mileage?
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