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You should have support for the sealtite and the conduit coming out the top of the box on the tight
I was gone by the time they wired the valves. I got to pipe in some of the control wiring conduits into those enclosures.

I bet they supported that sealtite, I'll ask the boss. I can see the cable ties or something, but can't see if it's secured.

Most of the conduit is attached to strut. That's 1" Grc and isn't going anywhere. The one on the far right is attached about 3' back to strut that is welded to the gas train.
 

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Nice job..:thumbup:
Thx Harry

When you get done there, the curtains need to get hung.


WTH is with that ladder?
I was gone by the time they took this picture. Back of a plant, so they like it.


This job was another pressure cooker. Out of town, had to stay in a hotel. The work hours started at 8 for about 2 days, then went to 10's, then I had to work Sat and Sun 11 hrs I finally had to leave after about 2 weeks, because my business at home was being ran by my employee :eek: and things started to drag on without me around.
 

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Whats it for?
This one feeds 6 ovens for heating toxic fumes, to reduce emissions for compliance, before going into the atmosphere.

There is another large oven for another type of process, with it's own new controllers and similar set up. The incoming gasline feeding these is about 6" in diameter.
 

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This one feeds 6 ovens for heating toxic fumes, to reduce emissions for compliance, before going into the atmosphere. There is another large oven for another type of process, with it's own new controllers and similar set up. The incoming gasline feeding these is about 6" in diameter.
Are you fixing the sriratcha problem ?
 
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