eap at gloworm.Stanford.EDU
Fri Jun 6 20:21:33 PDT 2003
Hello Metalica folks,
The metalica should be out of regen by ~11PM tonight.
However, I need to get Jim (or other staff member)
to remove the red light. I can call Jim tonight
if any Owl thinks they might come in at 11 to use it.
It has a new GV seal which we hope might improve the cryo
regen cycle time. Also, you'll notice a nice new
feel to the valve, which will hopefully reduce the
chances of people dumping the cryo because the valve
feels like it is closed but actually fully open.
PS: Anyone can have the remainder of my time tonight.
On Fri, 6 Jun 2003, Rainer Fasching wrote:
> Hi Scott, thanks for your mail - but you should look closer. I was in the
> clean room before 9 am this morning (ask Uli, Jim, Mike, ......if you like).
> My reservations started on 10 30. Unfortunately the cryo showed a
> temperature of about 20K-( Mohammed used at this time the machine) - which
> does mean you have to regenerate the pump. This was done by Jim Hayden The
> whole process needs at least 5 hours. I think he forgot to put the machine
> on red. The high temperature then diagnostic by you was caused from this
> process. (You have to switch of the pump to warm up the plate to evaporate
> the adsorbed material)
> By the way I had to wait 3 days to get this slot which I could not use. I'm
> in the same situation as you.
> So please - before you blame someone for something be sure you are right!
> Have a nice weekend and I know - it is no fun if you have to finish some
> work and ...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Scott D. Andrews" <sandrew at stanford.edu>
> To: <rfasch at snf.stanford.edu>
> Sent: Friday, June 06, 2003 1:15 PM
> Subject: Metallica reservation
> > Hello,
> > I have been waiting to use the metallica, and I noticed that you did not
> > come in for you reservation today. In the future, if you are unable to
> > use a reservation, please cancel it. The metallica is very booked right
> > now, and many of us are having to take very bad shifts to complete our
> > work.
> > Thank you,
> > Scott Andrews
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