Ideas for securing equipment

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Ladycopa
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2012/09/11 10:18:22 (permalink)

Ideas for securing equipment

Hi,
I searched this but didn't really find what I was looking for. Does anyone have any good ideas on how to secure equipment in a food truck mainly the stove and fridge.

Thanks
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    CCinNJ
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/11 10:28:40 (permalink)
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    oqanani
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/11 23:13:06 (permalink)
    I found out today when talking to the HD when buying equipment make sure they meet todays standards for your area.  Just because a piece of equipment was in a restaurant doesnt mean it meets the standards of today.  Dont waste money buying equipment that might not pass inspection.
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/12 16:18:22 (permalink)
    check out this site.
    they make floor flanges for mounting the leg in then bolt it to your floor.
    http://www.hollaender.com/?page=applications
     
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    Dr of BBQ
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/12 17:07:01 (permalink)
    Marco,
    Is that the link we were talking about a couple of months ago? I can't find the pictures on that site of the really neat stainless couplers. Am I just not finding them?
    jack
    PS I don't want drawings instead the pictures...LOL
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    marco226
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/13 10:15:35 (permalink)
    jack,
    yes it is. i believe i sent you 2 links.
    the link above i do belive they have pictures.
    you just have to look though there site to find them.
    I have not been to there site since i sent you the links
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    Dr of BBQ
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/13 11:14:46 (permalink)
    I was thinking that back when you discovered this company/site they had close ups of the individual fittings. But maybe not. When you click on the pictures an adobe Acrobat Doc opens with a line drawing and specs, and no close up pictures. Maybe I'm just remembering wrong.  Or was there another site/different company maybe?
    Sorry.
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    Re:Ideas for securing equipment 2012/09/13 12:18:52 (permalink)
    Jack,
    here is the link that will take you right to the pictures.
    i also e-mailed it to you.
    http://www.hollaender.com/?page=flanges
     
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