Wednesday, May 21, 2009
One of our big concerns is to make sure that everyone knows how to shut the system down in case there is a leak. A leak is a sure thing when a new system is installed — at least in my opinion it is. It always takes a while to shake down something new. We know from past experience that if there is a leak in the conservation lab, the water flows into the Library Director’s office. Not good!
Kristin Baum volunteered to work with the water engineer to detail a step-by-step shut off procedure and adhere labels for us.