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Discussion in 'Beginners' started by gab, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. gab

    gab Active Member

    keep your boiling area away from your biulding and always have charged big fire extinguishers on hand.
     
  2. PluckyPossum

    PluckyPossum New Member

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    Are you ok? :-\
     

  3. gab

    gab Active Member

    we're good.just burnt the wall and almost spread to a storage area.burner was clogged so flames spread weird.boiler has been in same place for 25 years.if there hadn't been an extinguisher within reach,we would've been in trouble.
     
  4. B Jones

    B Jones Memeber of - NTA,UTA,AIT.Proud Member of NZTA.

    Glad you are ok Gary.

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  5. Spider webs in the intake? Glad everythings kind of ok.'
     
  6. Very good advice there Gab. With all the chemicals and things we have laying around, it wouldn't take long for a small accident to turn into a lost shop, and in a lot of cases, a lost home also. Glad to hear you got it out before it caused any major damage.
     
  7. Wayne R

    Wayne R NRA and B&C Life Member

    Whew... glad it didn't get worse.
     
  8. fishhead990

    fishhead990 Grinning about the 16 lb steelhead you can't see!

    Good thing somebody was keeping an eye on it, I've seen guys leave those things unattended for hours.
     
  9. Curt

    Curt Family Life member of the NTA

    Glad it was not a tragedy