(Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)Alabama and Tennessee are bitter rivals. Unfortunately for the Volunteers, they haven’t beaten the Crimson Tide very much lately, but they’re rivals nonetheless.So, a former Tennessee quarterback wearing some Alabama gear would be considered sinful. And that’s what appeared to have happened this weekend.Former Vols quarterback Casey Clausen appeared to get caught wearing an Alabama hat.Check it out:https://twitter.com/Sean__Reed/status/1000555158978297856Yikes.Thankfully for Tennessee, that is not an Alabama hat. It’s not an Atlanta Braves hat, either.It’s a hat featuring the logo of the high school Clausen coaches at.From atozsportsnashville.com:Fortunately, there’s an easy explanation. Clausen is the head football coach at Bishop Alemany High School.As you can see in the logo on the field below, the Alemany Warriors use the Alabama “A”.Here’s the logo:On the left is the logo of the school Casey Clausen coaches at & played for, on the right is a guy from undefeated #VolTwitter who can’t do a simple google search. Chalk this up as loss number 88567447935534 @jontweet1978 pic.twitter.com/k4N87NrGP3— Shawn (@ShawnFinchum) May 27, 2018Crisis averted.
HIMOINSA has presented the new HGY-25 gas generator which only requires two services in its whole service life. Its design, featuring unique parts and incorporating a Yanmar engine with patented technology, means it can work continuously 24/7 for 14 months, making it the “perfect model” for remote locations such as early stage minesites.HIMOINSA has developed a new gas-powered generator set with maintenance periods that stretch for up to 10,000 hours, or 14 months of continuous work. The generator’s estimated service life of 30,000 hours until overhaul is much longer than the average life of equipment of the same size. This means that it only requires two services throughout its entire working life.The new HGY-25, available in 50 Hz and 60 Hz, is powered by natural gas, delivering 28 kVA of continuous operation power. Its maintenance intervals, up to 40 times longer than a gas generator set of the same size, make it a suitable model for isolated and difficult-to-reach areas that require a continuous supply of clean power, such as remote mining operations.The generator has a Yanmar engine that incorporates patented, cutting-edge technology to extend the working life of the spark plugs to up to 10,000 hours. Likewise, to guarantee the maintenance intervals, HIMOINSA’s Engineering team optimised the design of the generator set, eliminating moving parts, enlarging the filters and increasing oil and coolant storage capacity.The long running time of the new HGY-25 gas generator set is especially attractive for mining. Mines are usually in remote locations, making regular maintenance every 250-500 hours difficult. The option to extend maintenance intervals to over one year of continuous work is a significant added value for companies in the industry, as it dramatically cuts the OPEX of their equipment.