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Re: Wiring a diesel barrel pump

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11-28-2013 17:56:53

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The barrel is between the driving lane and the building. It's sitting there as a matter of convenience and not especially a matter of safety. The grease and oil are right around the corner inside the door. I didn't notice the heater vent till I looked at the pic, Duh! I can lay my hand on the double wall vent pipe when the heater is running, but!!!

The light almost needs to be on a pole to get it high enough to shine on the top of trucks or whatever is parked on the feed floor on the south side of the building. This is the low side of an old cattle shed. We are looking at the southeast corner. The big overhead door is in the tall north wall and it probably will have a light above it attached to the building. The light on the pole will be a 48 watt LED. I'm a little dubious about it so I'll let you know how it works out. It's spendy! Jim
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11-29-2013 08:54:49

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 Re: Wiring a diesel barrel pump in reply to fixerupper, 11-28-2013 17:56:53  
You can get a refraction lens on the LED's that throw the light out a lot farther.

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