... producing entropy with every
- Shop safety.
- Shop working arrangements: see FAQ.
- Eaddress: peter at easthope dot ca .
- Information: computers and the 'net have allowed a gross
proliferation of it. I can not read more than about
2 pages of plain text per author*month.
- Knowledge: welcome.
- Message format: Plain text preferred. *.tex or *.html if format
is necessary. *.doc is inconvenient; *.rtf is better.
- Spam: The old GulfNet address was out of commission
for six days in late September of 2003 because of a deluge of spam.
More information is in the
- VoIP: sip:peasthope at ekiga dot net . Reference,
- telephone: +13606390202.
- Miscellaneous links.
Sterilizer Maintenance Log
Rules for Vacuum Pump Use and Maintenance, University of Florida
The department contains an extensive collection of equipment and the shop attempts to
provide repair services.
Before buying equipment you are welcome and encouraged to check
what is available in the
equipment and material inventory.
vessels to contain and preserve specimens are fabricated
for the Boyd museum.
and several other museums have public Web sites.
- Aos = Bluebottle notes.
- UnixAos usage notes.
- Proprietary software.
- Indexable Inserts for Cutting Tools.
- Linux notes.
- Equipment & Material for Sale
- ETH Oberon, PC Native 05.01.2003, usage notes.
- Example computer systems.
- Free Software Foundation
- Hewlett Packard LaserJet III
- Sibley valve. Springs are Century Spring Corp., Los Angles, Ca.,
C-556, 5/16" x 5/8" x .030", utility compression.
- Surplus Equipment & Material; Free to a Good Home
- Vacuum Pumps
- The compressor for our -20 C walk-in freezer
in July of 2004.
Note the thick ice on the accumulator to the right of the compressor.
After the accumulator was insulated and other insulation was improved,
this picture was taken. Ice remained on the EPR,
elbows, along the side of the suction line and around the base of the
accumulator. Eventually the source of the water was found to be
a few pinholes in a 1/2" copper water line.
The copper corroded very slowly and finding the defect was difficult.
These pages originated in 2001, composed by the HTML module in
Oberon running on a 80486-DX PC.
Until ca. 2001 the Web server was Apache in Debian Woody running on a Sparcstation 2.
From then until the Fall of 2015 the server was a Toshiba 4000CDS.
During that time the EPROM in the Sparc was upgraded and Debian Woody was
replaced with NetBSD 6.
At 2015-01-27 the Sparc 2 with the Bozotic Web server was put on line again.
In April of 2015 Web pages were shifted to easthope.ca.
These Web pages are for the benefit of the university
community and the population at large.
The information is intended to be accurate, helpful and inoffensive. Failure of any of
these criteria should be attributed entirely to the author.
Please notify me of any concern at the address above.
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