Unformatted text preview: ) Head Concave surface cap top or bottom Nozzles Gets material in and out(welded to flange) Platforms access to process read outs Insulation around shell Vessel skirt support @ bottom Man way personnel access to get inside tank or vessel considered confined space Trenchers a) Classifications: 1. Wheel 2. Ladder 3. Rock cutter 4. Plow b) Types: i) Walk behind ii) Ride or drive c) Rating: i) Horse power d) Travel factors effect LF/HR i) Depth ii) Soil iii) Width of Trench Concrete Pumping Equipment a. Classifications a. Hydraulic b. Squeeze c. Pneumatic d. Progressive cavity b. Types (mounting): a. Truck b. Trailer c. Skid d. Free Standing c. 4 Sources of Power for operating Pump a. Diesel b. Gasoline c. Electrical d. Pneumatic d. Advantages: a. Pour high volume of concrete b. Pour in elevated areas or hard to reach areas c. Don't need other equipment d. Quality of pour e. Reduced labor e. Disadvantages (ownership): a. High initial cost b. High Maintenance f. Rated a. Pressure b. Volume g. Rental Terms a. Trip charge (getting to site) b. Hourly bases for drive and operations c. Cubic yard pump by the $/ cubic yard d. Minimum charge e. Downtime charge....
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This note was uploaded on 10/09/2009 for the course CM 2131 taught by Professor Spring during the Spring '09 term at LSU.
- Spring '09