Post #5 of the life of a Mobil Serv Field Engineer. When your kids want to dress up like you for their show-and-tell of what they want to be when they grow up--what would they wear to represent your work?My 5 year-old told me he wanted to be an engineer like daddy for his show-and-tell 'career day.'I told him to wear pajama pants and a dress shirt for his zoom meetings. (Just kidding, a t-shirt is fine).Here he is -- he was so proud!Here is his gear:*Safety first: hard hat, light, and Lock-out Tag-out lock & key for engineering work*Flir temperature camera for equipment inspections*Bearing inspection magnifying glass for on-site bearing failure analysis*Oil analysis bottle -- FYI the best looking glass into the health of the equipment is through analyzing the oil that surrounds it. Analyzing that oil in an advanced lab helps customers make data-based decisions on what do to next. All of these help us empower our partners and add insights to their business to help them advance their ambitions. That's the Mobil Serv way.P.S. What else should he have in his tool belt?
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Gentleman,Share if there are any details of using in mobil pyrotec HFD 46 products on nuclear power plant turbine.
I love this! Safety glasses/goggles?