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    Here's a few pics showing what we've been up to as of late.

    Feel free to ask questions about any of these for a run down of what we were doing.

    Enjoy!
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    You should use the last picture on your website. That could be altered a little to look really cool.
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      That jetter looks huge. Bigger than the van. What's Chris doing in the pond?
      Buy cheap, buy twice.

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        Originally posted by gear junkie View Post
        That jetter looks huge. Bigger than the van. What's Chris doing in the pond?

        Puting the hose in to fill up that water cooler
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          Originally posted by gear junkie View Post
          That jetter looks huge. Bigger than the van. What's Chris doing in the pond?
          I am sorry I didn't answer you on this sooner.

          Chris is removing a floating aeration motor assembly. It is one of many used in treating sewage in a wastewater lagoon. This is one of 8 of those things.

          They float on the surface of a waste water lagoon and create bubbles that provide a good environment for bacteria to grow and eat the sludge.

          The motors are huge electric motors and have thick stainless steel shafts on them.

          I am going to make a killing scraping all of this stuff. That wire shown is thick and I have tons of it.

          We used Chris's Jeep to pull them out of the ponds.

          We will be building a new blower house and adding all new components to this system to bring it back within EPA guidelines for wastewater lagoons in the state of IL.

          I will post a bunch on this job as we get further into it.
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            This is what we do to spammers:
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