Yeah it gets warm up there. Right now it's running about 350°C on the exhaust. It's a V-8, with the cylinder heads up top. It's a real slice of heaven working up there. Lol.. The four cylinders below the vessel on the left are the compressor cylinders.With the thermo blanket on top, it must be some type of heating process. What’s the equipment do?
I had to move out my old Dodge work truck, and my Ranger to clear out all that snow we got today from the laneway.Made some tshirts, and pulled a guy out of the ditch. He made a u turn and got stuck in the snowbank 🤣🤣 recovery strap to the rescue! Made 40$ helping him!
remediation data entry. Uhk, I'm so over itI'm going to install a couple of MCC buckets that I 'modified' yesterday.
They are at the local sewer plant and the starters were Eaton A+ series. These are a basic across-the-line starter with a built-in electronic module of some sort.
The plant is about 10 years old and there are about a dozen of failed starters on the shelf. So, being true to my nature, I decided tho not just replace failed components but rather use known reliable parts to make the buckets last a bit longer.
The Eaton buckets now have Allen Bradley NEMA (509s) in them........
Website looks VERY professional. Nice job !I've been at home sick since last thursday. Today I started working on my Shopify site some more.
Thanks! This is the first site I've built using shopify, and I'm using ChatGPT to help with the information on the site. I'm hoping it will help me build a customer base so I can make some money back on the stuff I've already bought hahaWebsite looks VERY professional. Nice job !
You have the coolest work trucks for sure.Went puttering out to one of our sites today.
The gate is split so you can step over the bottom 4' in the winter.
We always go with at least two. carry a radio, cell phone or satellite phone. In the remote site we have a barrel with two sleeping bags, emergency supplies, extra clothing if we get stranded overnight.You have the coolest work trucks for sure.
How many men on your crew? I doubt you work those sites alone due to inherent risk of injury/ death if you get injured & stranded.