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    That 2nd transition is an airflow killer. Looks...

    That 2nd transition is an airflow killer. Looks like you had room to make it longer thus less dramatic.
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    Evolution of a commercial RTU done RIGHT

    So what's going to happen when the roof needs to be replaced or a leak develops under the new curb? That new curb will eventually put pressure on the rubber from the weight of the unit, even with the...
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    Last pic is an end cap. It's a SHEC (sunken...

    Last pic is an end cap. It's a SHEC (sunken headend cap). It's just not an 'S' and drive cap.
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    Those goggly eyes are spot cooling diffusers....

    Those goggly eyes are spot cooling diffusers. They are swivel adjustable so they can be moved to cool off specific spots where a worker might stand instead of cooling a whole plant/building. They are...
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    I wanna see the inside!!

    I wanna see the inside!!
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    The closer to Gary Indiana, the stinkier. Chicago...

    The closer to Gary Indiana, the stinkier. Chicago wins! Lol
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    Looks like you could have set the ladder up on...

    Looks like you could have set the ladder up on the left side of the deck above the garage.
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    And I'm a tinner. We don't even like fitters and...

    And I'm a tinner. We don't even like fitters and here I am...

    :)
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    Latest chiller install

    It shouldn't take two guys more than a few hours to rig, unbolt, and pull that pipe out of the way. Don't over think this.
    Really, the rigging is the only extra part. You'd be unbolting a few...
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    It would ,of course, at least have to be wrapped...

    It would ,of course, at least have to be wrapped going thru the roof as it doesn't maintain 18"
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    Technically, if the grease duct maintains 18"...

    Technically, if the grease duct maintains 18" from combustibles it isn't required to be wrapped. I recently ran into this on a job. Sounds crazy. We usually wrap anyway for piece of mind.
    IMC...
  12. Thread: Fire dampers

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    All you really have to do is make sure they close...

    All you really have to do is make sure they close properly. Remove the fusible links and let the damper slam shut. Also check to make sure the links aren't 'rigged' and that they are an actual nfpa...
  13. Thread: silencer mishap

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    Takes a real man to admit a mistake. We've all...

    Takes a real man to admit a mistake. We've all been there and we've all gotten thru it.
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    I hear ya!

    I hear ya!
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    We don't cut the roofing material, just the...

    We don't cut the roofing material, just the decking. Every roofer seems to want it cut open a particular way, so we just leave that part to them.
    I can understand why roofers wouldn't want to cut...
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    Typically building code usually stated that the...

    Typically building code usually stated that the top of curb must sit a minimum of 6"
    above finished roof. This is to prevent water infiltration (or snow and ice) in the event that the roof would...
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    Assuming we are talking metal decking, we use a...

    Assuming we are talking metal decking, we use a sawzall on existing roofs to prevent sparks from igniting the roof and a deck saw on new construction. Roofers here will not cut decking for a curb. We...
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    If it takes somebody more than $1000 to carry a...

    If it takes somebody more than $1000 to carry a 1/2 ton chainfall to the chiller and hang it to remove the pipe, they have no business pulling the tubes.
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    If that were the case, then why doesn't every jet...

    If that were the case, then why doesn't every jet powered plane coming in for a landing stall and crash "straight down"?
  20. I'm SMWIA LU#18

    I'm SMWIA LU#18
  21. I'll have to check ours again. I know that...

    I'll have to check ours again. I know that Saturday is 8 hours time and a half, anything over that is double time.
    During the week anything before 6am or after 6pm can be considered time and a half...
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    9/11 was a inside a job in america-please watch

    And one last thing. Let talk party lines here. Are we to be under the assumption that both democrats and republicans got along long enough to pull something like this off? Or are we saying that since...
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    Then why not topple building 1 onto it. It's...

    Then why not topple building 1 onto it. It's already a controlled demolition, so why not?

    Besides, it not like 7 was disintegrated to mere powder. Did they let all those 'important papers' that...
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    What do they gain by destroying building 7?...

    What do they gain by destroying building 7? Towers 1 & 2 where the big show. That in itself would be enough for personal agenda of an inside job. So why take out 7 purposely as well?
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    Somebody say intercourse?

    Somebody say intercourse?
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    You just used implode and explode to explain the...

    You just used implode and explode to explain the exact same thing?

    :face palm
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    And for those shoe said 7 couldn't possible have...

    And for those shoe said 7 couldn't possible have debris damage because it was so far away.....look at the debris fall on and OVER the roof...

    517351
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    9/11 was a inside a job in america-please watch

    About WTC7. A lot of pictures.

    http://screwloosechange.********.com/2006/06/wtc-7.html?m=1

    Apparently you have to enter 'blog spot 'where the asterics are. Not sure why this site isn't allowing...
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    But where is the toilet paper? Do you have to...

    But where is the toilet paper? Do you have to walk across the room to get it?
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    Cool idea. I like it.

    Cool idea. I like it.
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    I just put the same 20t unit in at a church...

    I just put the same 20t unit in at a church except mine says JCI on the side :). How do you like that relief damper that comes with the unit? I had to do the same thing by installing it in the side...
  32. Thread: Crane job

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    Crane job

    Iron workers sometimes use a ball with an operable hook to set tall columns. When a rigging sling fails, all 4 don't fail at once. Usually one will go first resulting in excessive weight and/or...
  33. Thread: Crane job

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    First one is fake. You can see the operator...

    First one is fake. You can see the operator release the straps from the hook.
  34. Is the furnace powered thru an outlet and a plug?

    Is the furnace powered thru an outlet and a plug?
  35. Thread: MEGA PROJECTS !

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    MEGA PROJECTS !

    Here's a start...

    http://www.archdaily.com/330759/the-100-largest-architecture-firms-in-the-world/
    ...
  36. Thread: MEGA PROJECTS !

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    The only way you going to be part of world...

    The only way you going to be part of world renowned projects is to be the top in your class, learn, learn, learn, and gain experience. None of those engineers started on those kinds of jobs. If you...
  37. Thread: QUAD??

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    Nice tin work....but man do I hate those square...

    Nice tin work....but man do I hate those square throat radius heal elbows. Those are the second worst elbows for turbulence and pressure loss. A square/square elbow without vanes is #1.
    A standard...
  38. Thread: MEGA PROJECTS !

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    You're never going to find that info unless you...

    You're never going to find that info unless you call the engineers themselves and ask. Even then they may not want to divulge that kind of info to some random person. That kind of stuff is filed in...
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    The black and yellow ones sucked. No torque and...

    The black and yellow ones sucked. No torque and no where near enough rpm's
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    My cordless drill packed it in...

    FYI


    TTI (Techtronic Industries) manufactures Ryobi and Rigid tools, also Milwaukee Tools. They are all owned by the same company, except for Ridgid. They are owned by Emerson, but still...
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    ^ I agree with this guy

    ^ I agree with this guy
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    I'll assume this is a rubber ballast roof. If it...

    I'll assume this is a rubber ballast roof. If it not used anymore, remove curb and cut the duct down to below the roof and re-deck over any opening left from duct removal, new roof over that.
    The...
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    31 picks, 3 roofs, 70 minutes

    No hr. minimum.

    It's usually somewhere between $250-500 per pick with this helicopter depending on weight, or a min. $ amount if you only have a few picks. I want to say the minimum is $8k. We...
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    31 picks, 3 roofs, 70 minutes

    This edition:
    My latest adventure. Glad it's over. Much coordination involved on projects like this. Clearing out a site with 300+ workers on it is a PITA.
    Next edition: Remodel portion of...
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    Probably didn't unscrew the fork pockets (like a...

    Probably didn't unscrew the fork pockets (like a lot of tranes have) before setting it on the curb. Sometimes it helps to read the install manual first
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    I'm only going on 34 and I can't imagine making...

    I'm only going on 34 and I can't imagine making to the age of some of the guys I work with lol. I'm already sore :/
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    Um yeah... Me and Dash... Not the same lol.

    Um yeah... Me and Dash... Not the same lol.
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    CB?

    CB?
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    Downtown Milwaukee and Lake Michigan :) 366691...

    Downtown Milwaukee and Lake Michigan :)

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    Roof duct 366601 366611 366621 Chopper pick...

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