It was a cold December evening at the site in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, where the young Technician Rob was just getting settled for his night shift. Being one of the newbies, he was assigned many of the graveyard shifts of watching the monitors, that displayed gas flows going into and out of the site. He had completed a handful of these before, often with someone more senior by his side. The company had been cutting some costs and felt he could handle the cumbersome task on his own. It was boring but someone had to do it. The hardest part was staying awake and alert, even with a cup of Joe! He decided to blast some obtrusive heavy metal music to help keep him going, there was no one to complain about his song choice after all.
mini max rotary corrector,
PTZ volume corrector,
“So (explicit) annoying” cursed an aggravated Joe. He was so tired of using this ancient mechanical TC Module and it had only been a couple of days.
temperature compensating index,
natural gas rotary meters,