Yanche wrote:You know about water allowance, right. It's an educated guess by the scale operator of the water in your load. You don't pay for this weight. I'll bet the amount of his educated guess includes what it takes to make the numbers come out oven.
stovepipemike wrote:This morning at 05:30 I loaded the last half bucket of rice into the hopper of the Kaa2.I call that cutting it slim. Off I went to get the Harmony Mine Coal. The weight slip reads as follows, Gross 11080, Tare 8280 Net 2800. I can't understand how the weight system works.I have been to several different breakers and they all seem to have the net end in even hundreds. They never seem to end in a real world number like 2783, or 3148. I am sure their system was worked out well before I knew what coal was.It is just that I do not understand it. Any clues? By the way, business was quite lively today at UAE Harmony. According to the guy loading, their coal is so appreciated that they "can't keep it on the ground" Mike
BIG BEAM wrote:By the way, business was quite lively today at UAE Harmony. According to the guy loading, their coal is so appreciated that they "can't keep it on the ground" Mike
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Stove/Furnace Make: Keystoker
Stove/Furnace Model: KAA-2
It does seem to be the coal of choice this year!