A Dirty Joke

Flanagan, Ray
December 2006
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Dec2006, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p17
The article discusses how the author found that the supply fan of a 35-year old ship was installed backwards. His company has been designing and installing heating and ventilation systems for 30 years and usually works on ships, drilling rigs and other larger vessels. He remembered that one time they were doing an airconditioning retrofit on an iron ore ship, the chief engineer asked him to check the machinery-space ventilation system. He found out that the supply fan was in reverse position.


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