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The Boiling Point: Unhook and Hook up a Gooseneck or Axle on a Mobile Rental Boiler

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  • 11/19/2015 |
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The Boiling Point: Unhook and Hook up a Gooseneck or Axle on a Mobile Rental Boiler
Ware's Boiling Point video, "Unhook and Hook up a Gooseneck or Axle on a Mobile Rental Boiler" gives viewers a clear, step-by-step instructional video detailing (as the title suggests) how to unhook and hook up a Gooseneck or axle on a mobile rental boiler. A note of warning: The process itself should always be done by a professional, and the video is for entertainment purposes. That being said, how does a professional unhook and hook up this boiler? They start with the axle removal, taking off the safety bars and letting air out of the airbags. Next, they remove the locking bars at the goose-neck, then they place timbers toward the middle of the boiler using the ram. Once the timbers are in position, they rock the boiler forward off of the axle, which releases the axle from the boiler. A forklift can easily pull the axle off the trailer. Now, to remove the goose-neck. After placing timbers where the axle was, they tilt the boiler backwards to place timbers under the from of the trailer. When the boiler is up, they remove the supports, locking bars, and safety bars to disconnect the goose-neck from the boiler. The truck can drive forward, with the goose-neck disconnected from the trailer, and can attach it to the previously removed axle, allowing it to be pulled away from the job site.

To reconnect everything, reverse the process.



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