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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by gogz s3, Jan 22, 2013.
I'm a Watch Commander at an Airport fire station !!:busted_cop:
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Never. ........ok a little.
My hunt for tap and die is annoying me and local company let me down had made it worse.
Almost two, but the second redeemed themselves.
Started off as an apprentice parts consultant at a Porsche specialist (Age 16) didn't really enjoy it ..Now (Age 18) I manage the servicing and repairs of roughly 100 machines (excavators, Bulldozers,dumper trucks etc) for a large Plant hire company
i work as a Community Liaison for the local voluntary service
I am Thermal Dynamics Technician (Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineer) doesn't sound so good though
I know its off topic, but someone once told me car AC never runs out unless there is a leak. Is that true mate?
I work in the motor insurance industry (applies flame suit)
I don't have to speak to the general public on the phones....more background work around testing and development within the systems and real time pricing.
Kwistof, do you mind me asking which company??
its true, it should work for a very very long time leak free.
what ruins the systems is lack of use, the seals perish with no lubrication, causing leaks and ****ing the system up.
I'd prefer not to disclose the exact company- but the company that I work for is owned by Acromas Holdings Ltd
refrigerant does not have a life span as such provided it is not contaminated with moisture or dirt however some refrigerants are blends and if they leak the system should be reclaimed and recharged with fresh gas due to different molecular size the refrigerant would no longer be a correct blend. R134 as used in car ac is not a blend and can legally be topped up if a leak is found and repaired .
Hopefully taking my career in a new direction after an interview today,Mobile Ops Manager,still with Network Rail.
So general use of AC over the years will mean that its still intact.
I work on a farm, fine easy job driving tractors all day
yes but you will get a tiny loss through the shaft seal but its like a few grams over time providing it is run frequently.
Telecommunications technician. business comm's and structured networks, VOIP, SIP, ISDN that kinda thing. I'm also the guy responsible for you getting lost in a telephonic abis when you ring into some of the call call centre's in the uk and india.... You're welcome
...not for much longer.
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Im a full time carer for my wee boy ( he has a problem with his spine and is in and out of hospital) but do part time work for a few haulage firms doing engine rebuilds and repairs.
the wife works in a local children's home.
I'm a timber frame erector travel the country building houses, apartments and public buildings like schools and community centres
Maintenance engineer (mechanical and electrical) for a large web offset printers which prints magazines
Also work as a BMS engineer at harrods and UCL when overtimes a bit low
I'm a Team Leader and Trainer with The Utility Warehouse,
I drive a Jcb for the council and also drive a gritter in the winter too before that I grew up and worked on a farm so also still help out there when I can
Support engineer at British gas. I provide technical support for my team of about 20 blokes
Marine electrical engineer. Work for bae systems in the shipyards building naval ships.
I am a Project Manager in the Pharmaceutical industry managing clinical trials.
Mostly global trials in patients for new oncology drugs, but could be for any drug in development.
Im a funding and data quality manager for a University.
Im a land driller, which is quite boring
I'm still a school student (Year 13) hoping to go to uni to study Computer Science
Transport Planner for Norbert Dentressangle
Student (3rd year uni)
Rigger. Carry out all work for the major telecom networks ie O2, EE etc. I put the dishes and antennas on the masts and towers, basically I climb ****
Project Engineer for subsea pipelines and construction in the oil and gas industry. This has been my office for the past while...
Aircraft Engineer at GE Wales
I'm an Oil & Gas Headhunter / technical recruiter - add me on linked in; Tim Carr at Munro Solutions - or ping me an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Project manager for a large IT company. Managing large IT project in the UK and Europe
Armed Forces... Happy joys of Afghanistan.
At least you won't have to change your camo for Syria
Sod that, 2 1/2 years of my life has been spent in the desert. Think the Queen's about had her shillings worth out of me!