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It's not everyday that I get to build something in the warehouse, but when we needed to run an airline system to get circulation going to our newest plant tanks I was happy to play builder for a day.

Hot off the presses.  Will be available soon!

Container day and it is a good one!  Easy Planters are in!  

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Snapped a couple pics, sponge filters switching over to their new branded boxes. Not all sizes have the new boxes leaving the warehouse yet.

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7 minutes ago, Cory said:

Snapped a couple pics, sponge filters switching over to their new branded boxes. Not all sizes have the new boxes leaving the warehouse yet.

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Just found this out with my care package from you guys at the Co-Op!  New packaging looks great!

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27 minutes ago, Cory said:

Snapped a couple pics, sponge filters switching over to their new branded boxes. Not all sizes have the new boxes leaving the warehouse yet.

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My small one did! I thought I had won something!

I did! A cleaner tank. 😆

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1 minute ago, Streetwise said:

This network and server administrator loves seeing well-designed systems.

A cool Coop video would be to follow a forum member's order all the way thru the process and warehouse.

I can make that happen once Jimmy gets back to Washington.

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We don't cut corners with customers or our crew.

Today's warehouse project is the addition of the biggest, baddest, most techy fan would could fit!

For those in the know, this brand of fan is top choice in warehouse and distribution center environments.  (Blades not attached at time of taking this picture)

And don't worry, professionals are installing this, not yours truly. lol

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13 minutes ago, Randy said:

We don't cut corners with customers or our crew.

Today's warehouse project is the addition of the biggest, baddest, most techy fan would could fit!

For those in the know, this brand of fan is top choice in warehouse and distribution center environments.  (Blades not attached at time of taking this picture)

And don't worry, professionals are installing this, not yours truly. lol

 

Are you guys considering their LED shop lights? They seem pretty awesome, I've always been curious to see how bright they are. 

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Do the winglets help?  Or are they like the spoilers on an economy sport car?   I wonder if the fan has to be over a certain size in order for there to be an impact?  Is it supposed to be more efficient or move more air?   I wonder if Google knows?   Off to check.  I'm learning all sorts of new things today!

 

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Had to stop by the warehouse to get some more plants and supplies to work on the 800g today. I thought it looked cool to see a bunch of people ordering our branded products on the belt.

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21 hours ago, ForestJenn said:

Do the winglets help?  Or are they like the spoilers on an economy sport car?   I wonder if the fan has to be over a certain size in order for there to be an impact?  Is it supposed to be more efficient or move more air?   I wonder if Google knows?   Off to check.  I'm learning all sorts of new things today!

 

In sailboat racing, we talk about the end-plate effect of having your headsail go all the way down to the deck. This keeps more flow attached to the foil, resulting in more aerodynamic efficiency and more power.

So those winglets help move more air.

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Had to go to the warehouse today so snapped some pics towards the end of the day. Show off the lunch room as well. Nothin too fancy.

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On 7/20/2020 at 8:18 PM, JimmyGimbal said:

Back when I first stepped foot in the warehouse. Cold and empty. It's come a very long way.

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I should show this in a presentation to the crew lol.

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On 7/31/2020 at 6:01 PM, Randy said:

@Cory thinks these are for plants.  Oh no.  These are for my secret Pea Puffer breeding program. 🤓

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How about if you just send them to me and I'll be able to tell my wife I actually didn't buy any tanks when I redo my fish room?

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1 hour ago, Randy said:

Gotta keep the crew caffeinated.

 

I love all these photo updates of what's going on in the warehouse! Thanks for the behind-the-scenes glimpses.

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7 minutes ago, Randy said:

No, but now I am intrigued by this idea.

Yeah, my guess is that if y’all did a little market research, you would find that the people buying your plants, and buying EasyGreen, would be a ready market for an Aquarium Co-Op brand root tab plunger.

There aren’t any available in the North American market, and it isn't a mechanically complicated device, doesn’t need UL approval, doesn’t need a MSDS. On the surface it would appear to be not too complicated to manufacture. Given, a user could put their eye out with it, but the liability aspect seems manageable, as would the customer support.

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Just now, Randy said:

I forgot what these awesome little plants looked like.  Finally got a few in this week.  I hope we can keep a consistent supply available!

Yay, the banana plants finally came in! They look so cool in a big pile like that. Thanks for all your hard work in hunting them down for us. 

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