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Erik 37694 160 Broken manure tank either
Broken manure tank
Here a massey Ferguson 3095 with a manure tank. It has gone
to fast on the round a bound and hid the steep side.
Probably the tank capsized and the midsection hit the refuge
and broke. The result was a broken tank and 17 kub of
manure on the street. The spent hours on cleaning the street
from manure. It’s a nice fracture! I guess the edge of a
road will grow good there. :-)
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If it was a steel tank, the one who welded it should be
punished for his bad work !! How could it ever break apart
in three equal pieces ?? It must have been very bad welding
!!:-D
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Re: Broken manure tank
volgens mij is het een zelf bouw,
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Renze said above: "If it was a steel tank, the one who
welded it should be punished for his bad work !! How could
it ever break apart in three equal pieces ?? It must have
been very bad welding !! "

Very much agree with U !! How can it broke into 3 equal
pieces, just like a badly-assembled toy??!!
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The fact that the tank seperated in three equal part is very
easy to explain:

a tank on never made of one steel plat. There are always
more steel plates witch are welled. It depend on the size of
the tank, but usually there are two,three or for steel
plates(witch are bend) welled.
So if a tank is broken, it's mostly one one of these wells.
In this case all three wells...
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Yes, i had already drawed the conclusion that it broke on
the welds.. hence my comment about the welder that needs a
reprimand.
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