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Posted by Amy on March 12, 2004 at 12:46:02:
In Reply to: Re: Boiler Refractory blocks posted by Bob on March 11, 2004 at 16:19:52:
: Hi Bob. :) That's a good idea...yeah...I'm confused, as well...usually there are numerous doors on the furnace of a coal fired boiler that are pretty good sized...you need that just for slag removal alone. I agree with Steve...suit up, mask up, and be prepared to sweat like a pig!
: Ouch! An industrial sized coal unit (Hi Amy!) that you can't enter. Something new every day . . .That's why you always have at least one really small guy (or gal) on staff. Anyway, how about something like a wheeled (portable) engine hoist. The arm is just a tube section, so you can weld an extension on to suit your needs. The height can also be adjusted similarly, and the lifting would be with the simple hydraulic jack. Just thinking out loud. By the way, how do you intend to put the new refractory in ???
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