Pump storage trolley

  1. Paul.

    Paul. Moderator Staff Member

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    These are for use in a chemical works for moving servicing and storing pumps, framework is made from 60 x 30 x 1.5 box section

    First get it all cut up
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    All done on an abrasive chop saw, a simple mitre attachment saves having to keep moving the vice and fiddling with the set up
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    Close enough for me
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    Ends capped and polished off
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    Side frames fabbed up
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    Then onto the bench to build the rest
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    Castor plates drilled and welded on
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    Then drilled through into the box section and tapped M8, a cordless drill and a machine tap get used here, much easier on the wrists than manual tapping
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    Bolt on the wheels then fold up some simple drip trays from 1.5mm stainless sheet, and we're done.
    Actually they are not quite finished, there will be a couple of cross bars or a plate on the top for the pump to sit on, the customer will do that when they decide which of the many different pumps they will be used with.
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  2. brightspark

    brightspark Member

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    nice :) like the square drive tap wrench converter as well even though the welding on it is a bit a bit rough ;)
     
  3. eSCHEn

    eSCHEn Bit Wrangler Staff Member

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    Lovely work as per usual Paul.
     
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  4. Woody.v8

    Woody.v8 Blue gluer

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    Ver nice Paul:clapping:
     
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