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Got a load from bilcastors a couple of years ago. They're wearing well.
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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

I ruined a pair of 1210's in a shipping container. In sealed flight cases that also went yuk.
I am 1 mile from the sea.


How long where they in there? I've not experienced this before, but I've not had audio items in a container up until now. I have however had my Cnc's, hundreds of tools. Power tools. For over a 6month period and Not seen this issue on anything. I'd really not be supprised if bare steel in that container would have a slower corrosion rate than the zinc coating on those casters.
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I get pretty bad condensation in my shipping container but it's on the soil and put it down to temperature differential causing the issue.

The galvanisers in crediton are pretty good if you've enough bulk to make a job lot. Used then for a few bits over the years. Some stuff needed a bit of fettling but most came back really clean.
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South , seel them to me , ill buy the lot

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Arranged to get them zinc plated again by a local company just up the road. It all something to do with the preservation dye that's used after the zinc plating.
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Year. Container on dirt
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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

Year. Container on dirt


Nope concrete.
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Cant have got that humid in there. The salt has attacked it for sure. I'm told I'm not professional enough to use this product. Unfortunately there is no escaping salt air here. Now I know they do this I know how to avoid it, I wont be fitting them here.



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containers are fine if you have a dehumidifier inside. I've got a 40 foot one that I keep 2 cars in and lots of other stuff. The dehumidifier runs for an hour a day and it stays bone dry. Without the dehumidifier condensation drips down off the roof and ruins all your stuff very quickly.
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