Wednesday, May 18, 2022
HomeLiving 2HomesFuel Storage Box - UPDATE & Temp Testing

Fuel Storage Box – UPDATE & Temp Testing

Today I’m making some modifications to the Fuel Storage Box project based on your suggestions. Modifications include ventilation, roof insulation, addition of thermal mass, notching the roof support, vapor escape for heavy gases (propane) that tend to pool. And at the end I will show you how these additions have helped keep the temps cooler and more regulated inside the box on hot days.

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