if you got the skills to step up with the big dogs (commercial rack
systems), consider a trip to montana soon. i got more work than i can do,
and cant seem to find refrigeration help.
http://7slotgrille.com/multimedia/working.wmv (18 meg 5 minute video of me
working on man shit, right click and "save target as").
btw, emails to you are returned as late as 3 days after being sent, marked
with "account doesnt exist" errors.
So you ended up doing refer work out there, I was wondering how you were
feeding yourself! I don't do refer, but the shop I work for does small
commercial HVAC. Did start up last week on RTU with 90 tons of cooling, 1.5
million BTU of natural gas heat, 40 HP supply fan motor. Fun stuff when you
have to read the manual for 1-1/2 hours just to figure out how to turn the
damn thing on!
Apparently you have experience in refrigeration? What ever happened to the
welding gig you were going to do in the frozen north?
yeah, but im the past i only did it when i had to in order to fill the gaps.
qualified ref. techs out here are in such demand that i cant walk away from
the money.....and im having a good time learning the rack systems. besides,
check out this view that i got to look at all day today from the roof top of
a large store down in cody.
(if it doesnt load,
click "refresh" after it loads).
ironically now ill only weld in order to fill any gaps that might come when
it slows down next winter. i enjoy welding more than anything else but out
here the money is in refrigeration.
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