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:shock: :lol:

caution - contains some bleeding - no gore

Ouch. Pressure is dangerous, kids!

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MarDoubleT

"Horsepower sells cars, torque wins races."

Ouch !

Tyres are indeed dangerous - our company has had several fatalities from tyres exploding during inflation :shock:

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.

Slightly larger than your typical domestic tyre though

Cheers, Rich

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:lol: blew him out of his jacket too

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unzippy said...

:lol: blew him out of his jacket too

I once knew a girl that .....

*oh, nevermind*

I work for a company that builds compressed breathing equipment. The average tyre holds 30 psi of pressure. Our cylinders have about 4500 psi! Proper torpedo if dropped and the valve is compromised.

turboferret said...

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.


How does that work mate? You put the tire and worker in a cage so no flying bits can hurt anyone else if it goes wrong?

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Bunta's Tofu

:shock: that'll learn him :lol:

Bunta said...

turboferret said...

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.


How does that work mate? You put the tire and worker in a cage so no flying bits can hurt anyone else if it goes wrong?

Tyre in cage, worker outside.

Toon-10 said...

I work for a company that builds compressed breathing equipment.

So you make really small breathing equipment? :?

For things like this? :?

;)

Bunta said...

turboferret said...

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.


How does that work mate? You put the tire and worker in a cage so no flying bits can hurt anyone else if it goes wrong?

How would you convince someone to do that job.

"Here mate, you just get into the cage with the tyre. We'll just be over here watching." :lol:

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just the tip

mik said...

Toon-10 said...

I work for a company that builds compressed breathing equipment.

So you make really small breathing equipment? :?

For things like this? :?

;)


Hhmmm maybe someone (no names) forgot to say compressed AIR breathing equipment? :shock:

zedleg said...

Bunta said...

turboferret said...

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.


How does that work mate? You put the tire and worker in a cage so no flying bits can hurt anyone else if it goes wrong?

How would you convince someone to do that job.

"Here mate, you just get into the cage with the tyre. We'll just be over here watching." :lol:

"with the camera rolling"

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Nuts on the road

Pah amateurs, try 560bar on a 16" gas line :shock:

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A yellow loltus

Foz said...

Pah amateurs, try 560bar on a 16" gas line :shock:

Woh. We use 300 bar. You guys are crazy with your high pressure and things.

Updated November 20, 2012 at 7:33 PM

Seen up to just under 13000psi/875bar which is, erm, a lot :shock:

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A yellow loltus

Bunta said...

turboferret said...

Most of our workshops are equipped with cages for this purpose.

How does that work mate? You put the tire and worker in a cage so no flying bits can hurt anyone else if it goes wrong?

An interesting concept, but I suspect our safety director wouldn't be particularly keen on the idea, as it wouldn't really stop the fatality rate :D

Something along the lines of this:

Cheers, Rich

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The "penetration leap from the wardrobe" is always a favourite with the ladiez

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