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Rural Water Supply Operations Seminar

by Tracy McNair | Apr 13, 2016
Shelby County EMA and the Alabama Fire College Proudly Present “Rural Water Supply Operations Seminar: Moving Big Water with No Fire Hydrants” Presented by Mark Davis of
www.GotBigWater.com Saturday & Sunday, May 14th and 15th 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. For more information, click here:

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  2. Alina Amanda | May 23, 2017
    I hook up swamp coolers for money. You do need to keep the water supply on. The way they work is as the water is absorbed by the pads and the air is pulled through the pads, the air gets cold. Some of that water goes into the air as humidity. So after a few days of operation the cooler will not have enough water to function properly. Running the pump with no water can mess them up after a while and the air won't be cold. Do My Essay Online & You should keep the water on.
  3. Walter Scott | May 18, 2017
    If the pipes are in contact with soil, then the soil is acidic. If the pipes are being corroded from within then it is the water supply., if that is the case then you must replace the copper with new type plastic which has the same diameter and is interchangable with standard compression fittings, or use their special plastic fittings which are better. Can Someone Do My Assignment In rare cases you may have galvanic corrosion caused by a bad earthing system,in which case you need the help of a fully competent electrician familiar with this rare problem.
  4. Chief Roy C. Glenn | May 10, 2017

    I was told by Chief MCree to register for the Got Big Water Class on May 19th and 20th.  The only class I saw on the AFC web page was for last year.

    Can you direct me to the right page to fill out my registration form.  

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