The fluid in them is know to evaporate over time so I would imagine that kind of heat is not real good for it. I would not take that chance but thats just my opinion.
Thanks. I think I'll bring along a cooler.
I wouldn't be so concerned about clouding up, I would be considered about the vessel cracking if the masterfluid freezes. I personally would rescue that puppy if you foresee prolonged periods of sub-freezing temps. Check to see how well your cabin's insulation is working as well - take the room temperature and compare it to the outdoor temperature. Obviously, the frigid temps will have a cumulative effect, so how you would account for that I don't know.
Our high temperature in Chicago on Monday? -10 Fahrenheit (wind chills -30 to -50). Kick ass!
thad jarvis said:
What will happen if a wave machine is left in below zero temperatures? My cabin is in for a long string of below zero weather and the wave machine is sitting up there. I wonder if it will get cloudy does anyone know?