Ice Blaster

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Smurf, Jan 26, 2013.

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  1. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Not quite what I was expecting for my first job back today. :rolleyes:

    Using a turbo as an ice blaster worked for me :D
     
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    Hmmmm did you lay any salt or anything down after??
     
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    Nope, was no need as temp was and still is now way above freezing ;)
     
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    Sweet

    Very tidy job, how long did it take? Was it also part of another job?
     
  5. Smurf

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    Yes was part of an outstanding job that I could not complete because of the freezing temp and heavy snow we had last week or so. Also took me alot longed to do (nearly 3 hours) as tap pressure was **** so had to keep stopping for the pw buffer tub to refill.

    This was what that tarmac drive looked like before under that ice as was fithy and covered in moss.
     
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    did you use the turbo nozzle on the tarmac? Did it not damage it?
     
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    Yes I do,... Nope not if you know what you are doing using a turbo on tarmac in fine ;)
     
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    Nice job, i always use my Turbo on Tarmac an aw, i love my Turbo nozzle, i have 3 lol
     
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    great job smurf , them tarmac jobs can be very slow as its easy to miss a small bit of moss and then having to go it again
     
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