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RE: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway
From: "Hire, Ejay" <Ejay.Hire () Broadslate net>
Date: Mon, 17 Sep 2001 10:13:18 -0400
Considering events, it could be:
2. Clogged cooling/venting system.
3. Clogged Water filer -> Not unlikely if the unit sits unused for long
periods of time.
4. Valves too tight.
Who knew I could put that deisel mechanic knowledge to work again.
From: David Lesher [mailto:wb8foz () nrk com]
Sent: Sunday, September 16, 2001 3:31 AM
To: nanog () merit edu
Subject: Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway
Unnamed Administration sources reported that Sean Donelan said:
But I would like to point out, no one regularly runs their
generators for 48+ hours as part of a normal test. In addition,
most standby generators are fitted only for "limited" duration
runs. You should expect problems during any extended run of a
generator plant. I'm a bit surprised that 25 Broadway and
32 Old Slip are the only ones we've heard about.
Until I know a bit more about what happened, I can't say
whether any alternative design could have performed better.
Hell yes. "Standby service" is a way different set of rating
(I'm sorry to guess if it still overheats, a blown headgasket
or cracked head are real possibilities...)
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Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway David Lesher (Sep 16)
Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway Sean Donelan (Sep 16)
RE: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway Hire, Ejay (Sep 17)
- generator cooling (Re: Re: telehouse - 25 broadway), (continued)