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    20 degrees Celsius

    just thought I'd post a digipic of my darkrooms inline temp gauge
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    That's one slick little unit - who makes it?

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    Sweet!

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    Nige,
    That would be someting I'd like to learn more about. Could you give a little more info regarding manufacturer or where you got it?

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    Great device, I use the caveman method, holding a therm under the running water.

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    That is cool indeed! here's the mangled thing I use It is surprisingly accurate.
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    No way to attach lines that I can see, but this seems like an interesting (aka cheap) method of balancing temps for drawing water for tanks, trays, etc. initially.'

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    my option

    I have a laundry sink type faucet in the darkroom, over the sink. I have drilled a hole in the faucet delivery tube, and inserted the measuring stem of a dial thermometer. The hole where the stem emerges is wrapped in self amalgamating rubber tape to minimize the leaks when there is back pressure on the line, such as when a tray syphon or ilford tank washer hose is attached.

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    Ok Nige, spill it. Where did you get your little guage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Wilde View Post
    I have a laundry sink type faucet in the darkroom, over the sink. I have drilled a hole in the faucet delivery tube, and inserted the measuring stem of a dial thermometer. The hole where the stem emerges is wrapped in self amalgamating rubber tape to minimize the leaks when there is back pressure on the line, such as when a tray syphon or ilford tank washer hose is attached.
    Hadn't thought of that, nice idea.
    WYSIWYG - At least that's my goal.

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