In a message dated 97-04-04 13:59:21 EST, seay@Alaska.NET (Del Seay) writes:
> Hi Brent: I'm sure you will get the usual amount of methods, but -
> as a professional, I follow the recomendations of the mfg's.
> That is:
> After the connection is completed, wrap with Vapor Wrap, or
> "Monkey-shit" as it is called in the trade. Then, a single
> total cover wrap of Scotch 88 tape.
> Vapor Wrap is a putty-like material that comes in either individual
> pieces for a single connector, or in a 3"X50' roll. This is wrapped
> around the connector and worked in with the hands to remove any air
> bubbles. Then wrapped with '88' tape, it becomes totally immune
> from weather and corrosion.
TOWER TECH has the aforementioned materials including the "monkey
stuff"; it's $3.00 per foot (good for 3 coax joints).
73, Steve K7LXC
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