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Old 03-30-2015, 01:01 PM
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These two containers are the basis for a confined space training prop. The added roof support is so several people and equipment can setup for mock rescue situations. The original roof structure is not designed for more that a cpl ppl walking around and was kind of soft and bouncy. The other openings are all the same size so they can accept an insert frame with different size & shape openings on it. The second box (shown with some floor removed) is getting cut in two, with the larger piece going vertical to simulate a tank structure. As far as the wood floors go, removing just a few feet was the only pia part of this job and I figured it's treated with something nasty.

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Old 04-05-2015, 01:41 PM
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Made a bit more progress yesterday. The long section will become the vertical tank simulator & the framework will have 3/16 sheet attached for decking with a center opening.

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Old 04-06-2015, 08:20 PM
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Kind of makes ya' wonder, how sound of an idea it is to use one of those things for a dwelling or even a workshop for that matter.

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You're probably ok if you don't try to eat it or breath the saw dust. So I guess no pets or children.

Anyhow EvoIron you're doing a great job, looks like it'll be plenty sturdy!
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