With the high speed internet to the job site, we can now get our ‘construction cam’ working.
Try clicking on the link below:
What do you think?
Low VOC Epoxy Paint in Mechanical Rooms
We put the second coat of low VOC epoxy paint on the floor in three locations on Thursday afternoon, and then the clear coat on yesterday. It was dry today.
The mechanical rooms will look good with a bright, shiny floor.
Our construction cam, is a Panasonic BL-C210. Indoor use only, light duty camera.
The beige epoxy paint looks much better than the gray epoxy paint.
The sewage ejector is connected and ready for inspection.
The electrical components are coming together nicely. The cover for the transfer switch will hide most of the wires here.
Looking from the back of the East Mechanical room shows the better match on the floor colors.
The West Mechanical room looks good with the beige epoxy floor paint.
Were insulating the two steel beams with Aerogels Spaceloft insulation. After the first layer of 0.4 inch Spaceloft, we will use closed cell foam. The layer of Spaceloft gives us R-12, and we will have two layers between the flange of the steel beam and the window frames.
We will be installing a generator in the back, as the City of Monte Sereno requires us to have an auxiliary back up power for our sump pumps. Since the harness will be in 170 feet of conduit, we have to make our own cables. This is one of the two harnesses that Bryan picked up on Thursday.
And, here is the second wire harness. Also included is the legend, on a sticker. There are five wires in one harness and nine in the other. We need two data cables, 170 feet long for each of these harnesses.
Based on advice from Bob Wise, we will be using smurf tubes in our soffits and other locations so we can run cables in the future to keep up with the latest in cable technologies.