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    Most of the guys on the Hobart board have seen these.
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    Benches and scrap steel rack in background.
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    • #3
      Service truck, quite complete.
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      • #4
        Here is a tour.
        http://www.ford-trucks.com/user_gall...?userid=132195

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        • #5
          How is the shop insulated? I have an 800 sq ft metal shop here in Louisiana and need to get it a/c but must insulate. I have been told "spray" is the best. Anyone else got any thoughts?

          Thanks To All

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          • #6
            Nice set up Sberry I would get lost in that place. I would be interested in knowing about the insulation too. thanks

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            • #7
              I have a standing seam roof and there are clips, standoff types thet keep from totally compressing the rolled fiberglass against the purlins. I think if I was to do it again,, and I might add yet I would go to 2 inch urethane foam board under the purlins. It would allow for ventalation between the insulation and the roof sheeting. For the most part I am happy with it and have ceiling fans to keep the heat down. My helper and I built the building,, complete except hired some help with sheeting and pouring the floor. Before I do more here I need a new equipment storage build,, maybe this summer. I am leaning towards a 60x120 on that. This one is 80x80 and if I had the dough I would have went to 100 long,, mainly just to get some more running wall space for tools.

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              • #8
                I would spray the walls and drywall, then styro foam board the roof, and drop the ceiling to right below the truss line with a layer of pink, to create a air gap between the roof and ceiling.

                Just an opinion,

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                • #9
                  I don't even know what it's like to drive a vehicle in the shop lately
                  My shop feels like that 5 lb bag with 10 lbs in it.

                  a-

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                  • #10
                    Sberry

                    You need to post the close-ups of the welder on the service truck.

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                    • #11
                      Yes Sberry, some of us from the Hobart forum have seen them, as well as us Ford Truck forum guys...But I still liked looking at them again
                      P.S. You do a great job of steering the welding questions on the truck forum. You always give them clear concise answers to their questions. Well done...

                      Thanks,
                      Qrazy

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