Discussion in 'Water Cooler' started by Bulkybear, Nov 19, 2012.
Looks like a quarter in the wheelbarrow.
It's a thermometer, need to check the temp to make sure it's not above 90 degrees
C.T. machines (Computed Tomography) use multiple pulses of radiation to piece together a sliced 3-dimensional image. Getting a CT scan with metal in your body will not cause any additional negative effects.
M.R.I. machines (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) are similar but uses a strong magnetic field to make the image. The benefit is MRIs don't give you a heavy dose of ionizing radiation, but they are more expensive. Additionally, since they use STRONG magnetism, metal in the body can be dangerous. Image your screws being torn out of your body.
I've heard stories of MRI techs have their keys pulled out of their pockets and into the machine, and when they get close enough their bra underwire pulls away. Check on Youtube, there is a video of a chair hooked to a scale pulling hundreds and hundreds of pounds.
As of today, I have passed all of the exams!
If you aren't aware, they are changing (as in more difficult) in Q2 2017. So get them out of the way before then.
Now to rewire my brain to understand it is ok to have a life and leave the house.
From the house to the garage to work on the car
Not in the winter.
I used to be a dispatcher for a convalescent transport center. Now I'm a stay at home mom and going to school for pharmacy tech. And hopefully later going for ultrasound tech.
I just "fix" computer issues all day.
Fix is another word for "cause"...right?
lol no we have tons of people that cause enough issues lol
Currently rebuilding this crusty *** commercial cooktop. Ugh.
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We just pick stuff up
Damn! That's cool.
Thanks! It's a GMK 7550. 550 ton crane. 197' main boom and I think 140' of luffer on this job. And 100 tons of counterweight. Picking 49,000lbs roughly 300' in the air.
Is this in Colorado or do you travel out of state?
This was in southern colorado. But right after this we broke it down and took it to southern Louisiana.
Do you run the cranes?
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