SIDNEY – A crane with a boom lifted practically 60 meters into the air changed heating, air flow and air conditioning devices on the roof of the Christian Academy University on Friday morning.
A few of the 5 HVAC models on prime of the school have been eradicated and changed with new carrier models, headmaster Dick Dray mentioned. The other two units have been rebuilt and will continue to be in service as long as they past.
Slagle Mechanical Contractors, Sidney, oversaw the elimination and set up of the HVAC models, though PSC Crane & Rigging, Piqua, equipped the crane that lifts the units, each and every weighing about 2,000 lbs.
The initial models have been on the faculty roof given that their completion in 2002. They have been donated by Walmart, which experienced used them for about 10 many years, and installed by Ferguson Building Co.
Immediately after nearly 20 years of use by the Christian Academy, the HVAC units were approximately 30 yrs outdated and effectively earlier their 20-12 months lifestyle expectancy, Dray stated.
The Christian Academy had some challenges with their HVAC method final school 12 months and wished to switch the units just before the commence of the 2021-22 university calendar year up coming month, Dray stated. The university cash the HVAC do the job with donations.
The new HVAC models ended up set up on Friday and set up get the job done will continue in the coming week.
Slagle Mechanical Contractors workers are changing heating, air flow and air conditioning from the roof of the Christian Academy College on Friday morning. The crane, whose increase was lifted nearly 60 meters into the air, came from PSC Crane & Rigging from Piqua.
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