locked Re: Slightly OT: How can I dissolve Potting Compound? FOLLOWUP
"I found your trigger... good for me.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
In taking offense, you miss the point completely, and reinforce
the reason why many suppliers of compressed and liquefied gasses
won't deal with non-business entities."
Sorry, you didn't find my trigger or you would know that you did with
absolutely no uncertainty. As for "good for me", well that shows a
considerable amount of immaturity on your part and says far more about you
than it does me. And no, I didn't "miss the point". Your point was as
clear then as it is now and I just wanted to point out that I have
CONSIDERABLE experience in this area. I also have considerable more
experience with related equipment than what I discussed but that was in
regards to my work for the US (and other) governments so I don't talk about
any of that, PERIOD.
As for me taking "offense", well maybe. But I usually do take offense to
loudmouths that don't know what they're talking about so I don't see that
as being a negative.
But to get to the bottom line, YES, most air gas suppliers WILL sell
liquefied gases to individuals just the same as they will sell them
compressed gasses. I have bought it and friends of mine have bought it.
OTOH there are some air gas suppliers that won't sell *anything* to
individuals. But that is just about their sales policy and not something
particular to liquified gasses.
If you really care to be informed on the subject, which I doubt, then go
over to the WeldingWeb forum. They maintain a running list of suppliers
that will or won't sell to individuals. <https://www.weldingweb.com/vbb/>
I'm one of the members there and on a few other welding forums.
On Tue, Feb 23, 2021 at 10:45 AM Chuck Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I found your trigger... good for me.