Re: Pole-pig questions
Subject: Re: Pole-pig questions
Date: Mon, 1 Apr 1996 19:27:34 -0500
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In a message dated 96-04-01 11:42:03 EST, you write:
> T&R said 200-300 lbs, so I wanted
>to keep it as light as possible too. My 10 KVA turned out to
>be easy for my brother and I to move around -- how was that
>15 KVA? Do you need a hernia operation now?? I figure on
>putting my pig on a small tray of sorts with casters so I can
>move it around after I get ready to start testing things.
>Just want to save my back.
Mine was 350lbs! As far as moving goes, I am a paraplegic (paralyzed from
waist down from car accident 19 yrs ago), moving that XFMR, along with many
others, and an occasional VAX or DEC mainframe or 2 (great cabinets), always
proves to be my own little Stonehenge!! I can really relate to those guys
that moved pyrimids(sp?). Just another engineering challenge!
Kevin M. Conkey