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Old 06-23-2010, 11:52 PM   #61
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the pump will make till it fails and the seal begins to leak acidic material and the base gets corroded and the motor torques the bolts out and it rips the T leads out and grounds on the motor case causing a shutdown of the whole production unit due to loss of the pump and the ground safety indicator going into alarm. then your gonna blame it on the elctricians sayin it was motor failure that caused the whole problem, NOT mechanical reliability
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Good CYA is showing that you did your due diligence. Passing the blame to your contractors, technicians or employees, is bad CYA. You need to know that those guys got your back, or everything goes to . If they know you're going to throw them under the bus, you're screwed. They know.
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