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From: "Michael Painter"
Subject: Re: OT: In floor power recepticles
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Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 06:26:05 GMT
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Organization: AT&T Worldnet
"Rileyesi" wrote in message
> >>I'm looking for a source of 'flush' mounted power recepticles that mount
> >>floor that can be mopped (that's the kicker, it seems). I found some
> >>Hubbell) that are made for carpeted floors, but they don't seem to be
> >>waterproof. Maybe this product doesn't exist?? These would be used in
> >>hospital operating room.
> >>Any leads would be appreciated.
> > Please post the names and locations of any hospitals stupid enough to
> >want to install power outlets in the floors of their operating rooms. I
> >make a list of places I never want to get sick in.
Just write down the word "hospital" It's bad to get sick and go to a
hospital but you *never* want to get sick in a hospital. They got bugs there
that almost nothing touches and the bugs are trying to get stronger.
> Why would this be a stupid idea? Please feel free to tone down the
> just a bit.
It's probably not legal.
Things tend to get spilled on OR floors, liquid things. To properly clean
then would be a major problem.
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