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Figure 4 shows the middle of the angle iron which has fractured and dropped down, causing a loss of support of the veneer and the initiation of a large crack in the grouting between masonry units.
MATERIALS LIST 4 20' sections of old galvanized steel irrigation pipe 2 mobile home axles with wheels Treated wood of various lengths and quantities: 2" x 2", 2" x 4", 2" x 6", 2" x 8" and 4" x 4" 10 sheets 4'x8'x1/2" treated plywood 3 sheets 4'x8'x 3/4" treated plywood for floor Lag bolts Rolled roofing material and roofing nails Plastic 3" diameter PVC for gun rest Door hinges Door latch 1 gallon of Sherwin Williams Greenbriar Exterior WoodScapes paint 2 sections 4" x 4"x 8' angle iron 2 sections 4" x 4" x 10' angle iron 4 irrigation pipe rail-support pads adjusted to water depth with steel plate feet (welded) Total cost: $1,000
All that is needed to Construct a BUV is a flat work area, welding, cutting angle iron and drilling a few holes," Lumkes said.
Angle iron provides a stronger installation and reduces vibration, which helps extend the opener's life span.
Drill two holes in each piece of angle iron and bolt them to the truck bed.
Three, 2" x 1/4" x 12" angle iron legs with 6" x 1/4" thick round pads welded to the side made great legs and will allow it to set solidly on any type of surface.
Between July 18 and 23, 2000, the Service's West Virginia Field Office, in partnership the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources' Non-Game Wildlife and Natural Heritage Program, constructed two angle iron gates at the entrances of Hoffman School Cave and Minor Rexrode Cave in Pendleton County, West Virginia.
The slatted gates, made of quarter-inch angle iron, allow for normal air flow through the cave and don't change ambient temperatures.
Two pieces of angle iron were welded together (Fig.
For stability (and easy rolling and unrolling), each shade was attached to a weighted winding spool--a 2-by-2 plus two lengths of '/4-inch angle iron 1-1/2 inches longer than the shade's width.
The minus 1/2 inch material falls into a catch tray which discharges into an angle iron sluice run and then into a distributor that feeds three expanded metal sluice runs.