Aylesbury, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE, UK
The audio-only podcast may need to be re-uploaded. It suddenly cuts out at 36 minutes. Both the audio-only version available on this page and through my Android podcast app cut off at the same 36-minute mark. I hope this is helpful.
The episode appears to have been added to the 'Green Architects' Lounge' RSS feed, rather than the FHB one. Hope that helps whomever at FHB it is that looks after the podcast feed.
The RSS feed doesn't appear to have been updated with this latest episode, meaning non-iTunes users can't see it yet. Would you mind please adding it, so that we can listen to this episode on the go? Thank you!
Has the podcast RSS feed been updated with episode 39? For those of us who use podcatchers other than iTunes or Google Play (whose podcast functionality is unavailable outside of North America), the most recent episode doesn't seem to be available.
There are commercially available pipe freezing kits available that do much the same thing with freon (the propellant used in aerosols) and pipe lagging. I've had some success with these kits (about 10-15 mins working time), but I suspect dry ice will have a longer working time. However, I am a little concerned about the temperatures involved with dry ice and the possibility of damage to the skin should accidental contact occur.
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