The Guts of the matter.

I like our work to look good. Aesthetically I want the stuff we install, repair and or work on to look good; like professionals were there doing what they know how to do. For me this isn’t just a matter of aesthetics but it’s a matter of care and professionalism. That goes for inside and out.

If you ever happen to look inside your gate operator, barrier arm (in this case) or any other equipment and it looks like this, you may understand why it’s acting odd.

Holy schnickies batman! WTF is that?

When something looks as ate up as this thing above, you don’t even know where to start.

 

Custom rebuilt Mega Arm barrier arm.
Custom rebuilt Mega Arm barrier arm.

This is how we like to work. It makes the inevitable repair and trouble shooting so much easier. Really though, when the stuff is installed like this, with a lot of care, those repairs will be far and few between.

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March is almost gone!

This month has slid past faster than a bare foot rabbit on a greasy griddle………..

For this before and after we’re looking at a barrier arm.

Check out those cool junction boxes. The interesting angles create an excellent composition.

DC Barrier Arm Before
Ol Sad Sack

 

 

This is a custom rebuilt barrier arm unit we used to replace the old equipment. Custom Hi Viz powder coating. Still have to move that conduit popping up in back but this is still miles ahead of what they had.

New Happy Sack
New Happy Sack

 

The rocket scientists that had installed the original equipment had used plumbing PVC. Nope! Not the right stuff. Had to break up the concrete to get to the plumbing els. Could not re-pull wires to replace the ROMEX they had installed.

Plumbing fittings??
Plumbing fittings??

 

New custom bent sweeps.

Notice gray hue? Electrical stuff.
Notice gray hue? Electrical stuff.

 

Thats all for now.

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