I just got an email from Dr. Lindgren in the Biology department. They would
like us to have the stuff out of the cold room before the start of the
term, so it's not in the way of people's experiments.

Is there any news on if/when we can move the freezer? Once we get
permission, I can come help move it. If we need to wait a while for the oil
to settle in the compressor, we could always drop in some dry ice and put
in the rolls before turning it on (after it's in the capstone lab).

When we move the rolls out of the cold rooms, it's going to be a little
more difficult than loading them in, since they don't have their boxes any
more and therefore can't be stacked. We're going to need at least 3 people
in SRTC to unload: two to carry the rolls and one to stay by the door to
the 425 hallway. I think it would work best if we had one or two people in
cars (which can accommodate the rolls) to drive between the buildings with
the rolls. We'll need at least 2 people at the engineering building to
unload the rolls. So at least 6 people to move the rolls from the biology
cold room to our new freezer. More would obviously be better.

For those who weren't present at last night's PSAS meeting, the freezer
looks like this (module for scale):
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It's in the 480 lab and still sitting on the pallets, but we can move it on
our own if we need to. It requires a 230 V plug, of which there are none in
the 480 lab (which is kind of crazy). There're 230 V plugs in the capstone
lab, but they're all behind the table with the drill press, so we're
getting permission to move that table. (It seems like we should be able to,
since that room gets kind of abused anyways.)


~Joe Shields

On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 4:59 PM, alexander kollen <alexkollen....@gmail.com>
wrote:

> The airtech shipment is my doing.  It was being processed before the
> Boeing thing so i kept it comming.  It has some other supplies that we
> didnt get from boeing as well and will be used for both capstone and some
> will go to my beta project.   I did have to pay for shipping and ill need
> to work out reimbursement from PSAS and/or Beta.
>
> Let me know if i need to come in tomorrow to help move the freezer and
> material around.
> On Mar 22, 2016 3:34 PM, "Erin Schmidt" <es...@pdx.edu> wrote:
>
>>
>> Ad astra,
>> Erin Schmidt
>>
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> From: Erin Schmidt <es...@pdx.edu>
>> Date: Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 3:32 PM
>> Subject: Re: Freezer Here!
>> To: Tricia Hutchins <tric...@pdx.edu>
>>
>>
>> Thanks so much Tricia. Regarding the package, let me check and get back
>> to you about that.
>>
>> Ad astra,
>> Erin Schmidt
>>
>> On Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 3:22 PM, Tricia Hutchins <tric...@pdx.edu> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi Erin,
>>>
>>> Your capstone freezer has arrive and it is sitting in EB 480.  I
>>> submitted a work order to remove the pallet underneath it, so it is not
>>> quite ready to go. You should check it out, though; it's huge!
>>>
>>> Also, a shipment arrived to Don Mueller's attention in the Dean's
>>> Office.  Were you expecting more items from AirTech- Advanced Materials
>>> Group?  The packing slip says BG- Donations (Boeing Group?).  Let us know.
>>>
>>> Thank you,
>>>
>>> Tricia
>>>
>>> --
>>>
>>> [image: Portland State University logo]
>>>
>>>
>>> *Tricia Hutchins*
>>> *Department Manager- Mechanical & Materials Engineering*Maseeh College
>>> of Engineering &Computer Science
>>> Portland State University
>>> Phone:  503-725-4291
>>> tricia.hutch...@pdx.edu
>>>
>>
>>
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