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niceman
30-03-2016, 09:20 PM
Being an avid reader of this site, isn't it great to see it getting so many posts, as not long ago it was dying. Well done to all who participate. Keep it up guys.

Magoo
31-03-2016, 02:12 AM
hi niceman.
You have generated alot of interest, particually from an old person like myself . Thank you for being envolved. keep it coming, the younger chaps need to learn from experienced people like your good self.
magoo

Lundh
31-03-2016, 07:25 AM
The activity level has raised, when i was here a year ago it was a complete wasteland ! Glad to be back with a new account :)Can't wait to learn from you experienced guys here

Brian_UK
31-03-2016, 10:50 PM
The activity level has raised, when i was here a year ago it was a complete wasteland ! Glad to be back with a new account :)Can't wait to learn from you experienced guys hereWhat happened to your old account that you had to rejoin?

Any forum needs it's members to participate, just sitting and reading doesn't provide much help to those who bother to put fingers to keyboards.

Been here over 15 years now and like anywhere it has its ups and downs but it's no good sitting back doing nothing, you have to join in if you want things to grow.

Magoo
01-04-2016, 03:27 AM
Well put Brian UK ,
I have got up a few noses with people to generate activity, all good fun.
Your thing at bottom of post says you are moving house, that will be mission. Do not envy that situation. What? bigger and brighter or smaller and easier.
If I had to move , god forbid , the scap man would make a fortune. My theory is I leave feet first in a box , which is not too away. \
magoo

install monkey
01-04-2016, 06:50 AM
Im stil here!- but either workin or babysittin grandson/beast so not much spare time

Josip
01-04-2016, 07:56 AM
He all :),


Im stil here!- but either workin or babysittin grandson/beast so not much spare time

I'm here too ... little more then 10 years (Dez- where is my watch;)) ...

what I can say ... still wandering around the world doing my job and coming back home babysittin five of them :D

no ... no ... I am not complaining ... just enjoying ...


Agree with Brian_UK ...


Best regards, Josip :)

Brian_UK
01-04-2016, 01:29 PM
Well put Brian UK ,
I have got up a few noses with people to generate activity, all good fun.
Your thing at bottom of post says you are moving house, that will be mission. Do not envy that situation. What? bigger and brighter or smaller and easier.
If I had to move , god forbid , the scap man would make a fortune. My theory is I leave feet first in a box , which is not too away. \
magooThe move is inspired by a need to downsize and to release a bit of capital.

We must be nuts though. The new kitchen comprises a sink, two socket outlets a a gas point. There is therefore a little bit of work needed, but still it keeps me off the streets I suppose. ;)

Grizzly
01-04-2016, 04:09 PM
Hi Brian.
Are you staying in the Torquay area?
You must notice a difference now the bypass is complete/
Grizzly

Tycho
01-04-2016, 06:44 PM
It has been a bit quiet, and it is indeed great to see things picking up :)

I work 99.99% on industrial systems and NH3, and that part of the forum can be quiet for a loooong time.

But I still check in here every day or two and I always use the "new posts" button to show me new posts since my last visit, in case there is something interesting, or something I feel I have knowledge enough about to reply to :)

But it seems like 2015 in general was a slow year for the refrigeration business, at least here in Norway, I feel like all I did all year was general maintenance, filter changes, etc etc, I had some commissioning of new plants, but they all came off without a hitch, so I didn't have to come here to gripe, or to ask for advice :)
And talking to my counterparts in competing companies, they say the same thing, 2015 was a sloow year.

r.bartlett
01-04-2016, 07:41 PM
It has been a bit quiet, and it is indeed great to see things picking up :)

I work 99.99% on industrial systems and NH3, and that part of the forum can be quiet for a loooong time.

But I still check in here every day or two and I always use the "new posts" button to show me new posts since my last visit, in case there is something interesting, or something I feel I have knowledge enough about to reply to :)

But it seems like 2015 in general was a slow year for the refrigeration business, at least here in Norway, I feel like all I did all year was general maintenance, filter changes, etc etc, I had some commissioning of new plants, but they all came off without a hitch, so I didn't have to come here to gripe, or to ask for advice :)
And talking to my counterparts in competing companies, they say the same thing, 2015 was a sloow year.

Did you get my reply ?

Brian_UK
01-04-2016, 11:32 PM
Hi Brian.
Are you staying in the Torquay area?
You must notice a difference now the bypass is complete/
GrizzlyMoving over to the edge of Newton Abbot and yes, that road has improved journey times greatly.