A different animal

Christopher

Moderator
Maybe you can lobby it into law so people would have to buy it from you and only by the 1/2 or full truckload to do the job properly, I am sure the orgs would love to see you succeed by following in some footsteps.
 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
Half done:



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Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
Tony. Will you post more pictures when you get it done? I would like to see what it looks like from down on the casino floor. One thing I am curious about is... How you will contain the waste water from inside the casino? That will be nice to see.

Here is an example of inside units:

 
The picture I had painted in my mind was something like mission impossible where you would be suspended in the air above people playing slot machines trying not to get water on them. hahaha Shows what a dork I am. lol There seems to be a lot to do there.

I imagine if the system are running it could suck something into it, like a hat or glasses while you are working.
 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
See how these fins have a slight bend to them?

What most people don't know is that in many cases these fins have layers behind them that are lapped the opposite direction or at a slightly different angle.

You might thing you are hitting it just right because the front fins aren't bending when in fact you are bending the secondary layer FLAT and ruining tens of thousands of dollars worth of coils.

It's just something you need to be aware of before you start blasting away.

 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
How do you know if your cleaning is working? When you are working with thick coils it's impossible to tell what is coming out the back side.

We've tried remote cameras and mirrors, but this seems to the the most reliable way to guaranty that we aren't moving to fast and we are busting loose all the crud.

Hi tech!

 
How do you know if your cleaning is working? When you are working with thick coils it's impossible to tell what is coming out the back side.

We've tried remote cameras and mirrors, but this seems to the the most reliable way to guaranty that we aren't moving to fast and we are busting loose all the crud.

Hi tech!


I had to watch twice. The hi tech part is the thumbs-up?
 

Christopher

Moderator
For those out there that don't understand about the helmet, the helmet thing is from another thread, in case you don't have a clue of what is going on.
 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
I had to watch twice. The hi tech part is the thumbs-up?

When you have a situation where you only choice is to blast stuff off the back since there is no other way to get to it you can't move to the next spot till you are free flowing where you are.

The thumbs up means looking good. Thumbs down means linger at that spot a little longer because you've hit a motherload of funk.

A lot of times people will try to clean these from only one side because it is to hard to split them and clean from both sides.

Here I did something different just to show what happens when you just try to clean from one side. You can go at it all day and not really accomplish much other than making a mud cake that will dry to a rock when the unit gets turned back on. We split units like this everytime it is physically possible.


 

Tony Shelton

BS Detector, Esquire
Avoiding the MS4.

Roof runoff is purposefully designed to go to landscaping.

This is common here.

No need for any fancy reclaim or filtration systems.

That is true for most concrete work too.

 

Christopher

Moderator
The runoff can keep the plants and grass hydrated in a lot of places but in Vegas I would think it would evaporate too quickly.

I remember the video of tony spraying water into the air and it would not come down, that is some high temperatures.
 
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