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Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109564
11/05/05 03:05 PM
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iwire  Offline OP
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Capt Al found this in his work travels.

[Linked Image]

It is a work of art. [Linked Image]


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Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109565
11/05/05 03:15 PM
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Art should be fired. LOL

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109566
11/05/05 03:18 PM
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iwire  Offline OP
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LOL [Linked Image]


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Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109567
11/05/05 03:46 PM
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LOL,
Good one Rob!. [Linked Image]
What's holding that fan up?.

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109568
11/06/05 02:35 AM
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Hey! Where's the J-Box for those splices? [Linked Image]


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Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109569
11/07/05 03:12 AM
11/07/05 03:12 AM
Trumpy  Offline

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What sort of ceiling is that?.
I was thinking sort of Lath and plaster, but there doesn't appear to be any plaster.
Shouldn't this be "rocked" over?

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109570
11/07/05 03:36 AM
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Big Jim  Offline
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Looks like standard industrial grating forming a floor for a level above. The painted pipes and beams peg this as an industrial environment

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109571
11/07/05 01:16 PM
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SvenNYC  Offline
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New York City
Mike:

Seems like the motor is just dangling from a strap made up of cloth.

And yes, it definitely looks like a shop of some sort.

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109572
11/07/05 08:38 PM
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capt al  Offline
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Norton, Ma USA
This picture was taken in the bathroom for a large boiler room for a mall. The ceiling is open metal grate for a mezzanine above. The fan is hanging by a metal strap with lots of dust on it. It is also hanging over the toilet.

Al

Re: Classy Bathroom Ceiling Fan #109573
11/08/05 05:42 AM
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Ah That makes sense now ! Its meant to keep the toilet user cool on hot days ! Is there a thermostat or is it "User Actuated" [Linked Image]

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