L & I-workers project (4/13)

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Chad Ettenhofer works to remove impurities from the 10,000 pounds of melting scrap iron at D & L Foundry in Moses Lake, Washington on August 16, 2006. The factory produces iron manhole covers. His gloves and protective suit are designed to insulate his hands, lower arms and body from temperature extremes and hot splashes fro molten metals or other hot liquids. His Class B hard hat and face shield protect him from flying or falling objects, and from electrical hazards with high-voltage shock and burn protection up to 20,000 volts.

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  • Manhole Cover
  • Foundry

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