A bit outside the usual


We run into a lot of different applications for the tools we sell and use for service. Most of those applications are related to industrial maintenance and reliability, but occasionally we have some that are a bit outside the usual. This post is an example of that.

A friend of mine had asked if I could help him determine if a heatsink he had made for a suppressor would reduce the cool down time significantly versus just setting it on a Nomex towel on a table. The reason he was trying to cool it down faster is that when the suppressor is used it gets very hot and he has to wait a long time until it cools down before he can pack everything up and leave the range.

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