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RustyCas

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On a sweltering day, even a little air movement makes a big difference. My Milwaukee 18 volt fan is a lifesaver. Running routes today, but used it doing a motor alignment last week. Small enough you can move it around as you work to keep some air moving. Dewalt makes one as well - even Lowe’s (Kobalt) has one, as well as Craftsman.

Also serves as a handy variable amplitude vibration source for checking sensor operation.

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Wow
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We all remember those days.
Data collection on cooling towers in Northeast in January with below zero temps. Before you can get into the cell, you need to chip the ice off the access hatch   &   Balance ID fans in dead of winter around 11 pm. All of the support staff   --> call us when you're done

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Rx Coolant Pumps in the Reactor Compartment (NOP/NOT) at all operating speeds with ambient temps above 110 deg F.   Wondering if the heat will kill you or the received REM

Glad I am retired and still alive

Maybe I have to invest in an attached fan for my portable drill

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Me too
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I start pretty much every day thinking, “Well, this may be the day I retire.”
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Well one day you take the leap, the revelation may come out of the blue.... It was so for me one sunny day. Have faith, you can do it. It is really nice part from excavating and wrangling  the pensions from the greedy hands of the Berg Trolls that sit on my money... I have them spread on 7 of them even after a roundup session a couple of years ago, these are the ones I could not move and they go first. "To receive payments of this you need a account in this bank and no other...." my A. I do have that already, but really, customer service? Ah well, those are eventually passed pleasures and it will start rolling in. I already got my first payment from the government :-). You can trust the "Fogde" aka Bailiff :-) sometimes.  I can describe how the Swedish state totally fckd inhabitants born after ca 1950 but you don't want to know, just that state part is apprx 10% of what I get monthly in the foreseeable time future pensions....  after working since age 14 and having "full retirement benefits", earned and worked for twice by the state due to the above. I started saving retirement money since the age 17, not trusting the state and that was the best decision I ever made......
Come rain or shine I made sure those pension payments were made, always all the years. So the sunny day was supposed to be at age 55 but I had to much fun or something or was busy.... so it came now 7 years later, so better late than never. Take care.

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