Thank you to MTU Engineers Without Borders and also MTU Graduate Student Government Volunteers for spending three hours inside on a beautiful Saturday morning putting pipe wrap on miles (ok, well, a lot) of hot water and radiator pipes in the basement of St. Vincent De Paul’s Food Pantry in Hancock last Saturday.
We will post their smiling faces soon, but for now – have a look at these thermal shots!
These shots are before-and-after pipe wrap, and also thermal and plain view.
Look at the temperature in the upper left hand corner to see this 13-degree difference between before and after the install…now the Food Pantry will spend less money keeping water warm in a cold basement.
Now, here are shots of after installing pipe wrap, which looks like this:
THANKS again for volunteering, guys, and if this all inspires you to volunteer, here is a link to our sign-up form, where you will get an email about 5 days before a project, telling you that week’s location. The time is always 10am on a Saturday morning for three hours.