Dan surveys empty pad, except for a couple 12 packs waiting for pickup.
The Hook in the sky
The tank lifted from the truck.
The tank going on the pad.
The tank takes a temporary rest on the concrete.
Another tank goes for a ride.
The Vent in the sky.
The vent stack is attached to the tank.
The vent and the hook.
The vent from the roof.
The building on the horizon is the German auto maker Chrysler's headquaters.
The tank from the roof.
The Heat exchanger thing waits on the side.
Tube'rs on break.
Dan welding the "custom designed" supports.
The supports were too short to reach the tank.
A vice grip holds the threaded (for no reason) end of the vent support in place for the fix.
A view of the vent union.
As luck would have it, supports for the extra vent pipe were usefull in extending the "custom" ones.
The tank unit is now on I-Beam risers to get it off of the ground.
If not raised, this heat exchanger would not fare too well burried in winter's snow.
A nice view of an I-Beam.
The outside view of the tank.
Oh no, reducer bushings on a relif valve.
New relif valves in place.
See, no reducers now!
Empty conduit comming out of the building, and an extingusher.
A shutoff switch by the side exit.
A fine plumbing job.
The extra vent stored neatly in place.
The Helium Connection!
Bob checks things out.