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Mike Wifado
Why don't water towers freeze solid in the winter? View All
"Why, in a place like Montana or North Dakota, do water towers not freeze solid in the winter?"

6 years ago - 6 months left to answer. - 2 responses - Report Abuse
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Drew
Heaters

6 years ago

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Jake Banman
Heaters usually. sometime they can chemicaly treat it so the freezing point becomes much higher.

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