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How many Elsmar Covers does it take to change a light bulb?

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palmer

#73
Well....we could use sunlight and mirrors to provide what the lightbulb provided. We would be going "green", save on the cost of the light bulb and labor to store said light bulb and labor to uninstall and install said light bulb....and...if you are in a union shop...one employee only installs bulbs and the other only uninstalls them.....you have a scheduling problem to deal with now.... yeesh!!!!:nono::crybaby::eek:
 

Manix

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#74
Has anyone considered that this might be a customer supplied part? They have all sorts of ways of keeping us in the dark!!! :notme:
 

bobdoering

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#76
Running into a problem with the customer mandated 100% inspection for the bulb filament shock resistance based on a complaint from a user that dropped one. I need more samples. :cool:
 

Stijloor

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#77
Running into a problem with the customer mandated 100% inspection for the bulb filament shock resistance based on a complaint from a user that dropped one. I need more samples. :cool:
Are broken bulbs and their filaments not considered hazardous waste?
Are the 100% (destructive?) tests supported by MSDS's?

Stijloor.
 

SteelMaiden

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#78
flourescents are, but are incandescents? we do recycle all through a hazardous waste recycler but I was under the impression that not all bulbs are hazardous waste. I've been known to be wrong before:eek: yes indeed, I was proven wrong once. I thought I was wrong, but then someone pointed out that I was wrong about being wrong.;)
 

Stijloor

Staff member
Super Moderator
#79
flourescents are, but are incandescents? we do recycle all through a hazardous waste recycler but I was under the impression that not all bulbs are hazardous waste. I've been known to be wrong before:eek: yes indeed, I was proven wrong once. I thought I was wrong, but then someone pointed out that I was wrong about being wrong.;)
Steel,

You have me now royally confused...:confused::confused::lol:

Stijloor.
 

bobdoering

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#80
Are broken bulbs and their filaments not considered hazardous waste?
Are the 100% (destructive?) tests supported by MSDS's?
When would that ever keep a customer from requiring the test? Just dash out to the hardware store and pick up a fume hood with a HEPA filter, and a DOT drum with a bunch of vermiculite for the solid waste. Work out the details later....:cool:
 
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