I love getting special deliveries. Today the mailman dropped of two heat exchanger collars. As you can see in the picture below, they couldn’t quite fit into a standard envelope. And yes, some additional postage was necessary.
The next step is to weld one of those collars into a 2500 gallon cylindrical tank. This will end up being the Fluid Handling System we’ll soon ship to Bethesda, MD as part of our solar hot water system for the Navy’s Warrior Transition Unit. The WTU is part of the Walter Reed Health Care System and we are proud and honored to be working on this project.
The other collar will be welded into an 1800 gallon rectangular tank as part of the Fluid Handling System being shipped to some military barracks in Albany, GA.
On the left is Sam Rogers, my new shop manager. Sam has converted ten combustion vehicles to all-electric, the Pontiac Fiero in the background being one of them. Sam also installed a 40 kW PV system on his home in Garner. We’re lucky to have him!
What’s up with the Marine surplus fork lift, you ask? Well, we just like to travel in style, of course.
More to come soon!