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 DATE_REQUESTEDECRORIGINATORIMPLEMENTATION_DATEHOLD_PROCESS_ORDERSHOLD_INCOMING_ORDERSPART_DESCRIPTIONPARTDESCRIPTION_OF_CHANGEAssignmentDRAWING_LOCATIONREASON_FOR_CHANGECHANGES_TO_THE_ROUTINGCHANGES_TO_THE_CUTSHEETCHANGES_TO_THE_SPEC_DRAWINGSCHANGES_TO_PART_DRAWINCHANGES_TOOLINGCUSTOME_ APPROVALCHANGE_PRICINGCHANGES_IN_COSTSNEW_COMPONENTSOBSOLETE_INVTESTINGSTATUSENGINEERING_APPROVALQA_APPROVALSALES_APPROVALPURCHASING_APPROVALPRODUCTION_APPROVALDIRECTOR_OF_OPERATIONSPRESIDENTEFFECTIVE_DATECOMPLETION_DATECOMPLETION_NOTESprocedures
edit 9/29/20361RM10/15/2000NANAAll Industrial parts35400059Cut the total number of audis points down to 1/3rd on normal industrial tanks > 2000 gal. Propose thoughts 1/2 the audit points on top, 1/2 the audit points on the bottom - max 3' up at manway (0 degrees) & 180 degrees. THIS IS NOT A CHANGE FOR FIRST ARTICLE PARTS THEY WILL CONTINUE TO HAVE FULL AUDITSRMP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\ECR101/Obsolete Items per ITMB screen-ECR101.xlsOur process/procedures have become consistent and reliable. Statistically We no longer need full audits. In addition the audit process has become a bottle neck in our finishing areaNAWe will have to have 2 sets of audit sheets. One set for day in day out production with reduced points As well as our first article setsThe industrial specs will hae to be modiifiedOnly audit sheetsNANANA NANA  OK - DAO 10/17/00OK Rm 10/17/2000 The quality department deciced to hold off till Nov 1 for a clean off.OK MS 10/26/00OK DN 10-26-00am 10/25/00OK Steve Tarr 10/6/00OK HMS 10/16/0010/30/200010/30/2000MADE NEW AUDIT SHEETS FOR XL 1.5/1.9 AND HD 1.5/1.9 FOR THE COMMON PLANT #2 TANK SIZES. MORE AUDIT SHEET WILL HAVE TO BE MADE AS OTHER SIZES OCCUR. ALSO MODIFIED SPECIFICATIONS TO MATCH AUDIT. D.O. 10/30/00 
edit 10/19/20002DAO10/20/2000NONOALL ANCHOR TIE DOWN ASSEMBIES WITH 4 EA. 339235 ANCHOR BLOCKS.3471123, 347300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 315, 317, 567, 568ADD 1 EA. 990177 TO EACH OF THE FOLLOWING BOM'S: 3471123, 347300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 305, 307, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312, 313, 315, 317, 567, 568DAOP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\redirect1.htmTO ALLOW PURCHASING TO PROVIDE A STANDARD BOX FOR THESE ASSEMBLIESNONENONENONENONENONENOYES - ?PRICE OF BOX: $0.55 EACH NONONE  D.A.O. 10/20/00ok 10/19/2000 RM O.K. DN 10-26-00 Cost of carton is $.55. They have the strength of a 275# box. OK CD 11/6/00am 10/25/00Proceed Steve Tarr 11/7/00HMS 10/19/0011/2/200011/2/200011/02/00 - DAO 
edit 10/23/20003DDG10/23/2000YesnoBulk Guard IBC Frames. (All P/N's current and future.)69855Modify the mold for the Bulkguard I.B.C. by increasing the overall height of the mold by 1". The mold is to be cut 6" above the parting flange line on the top mold section. The two resulting mold halves are to be spaced 1" apart from their original position and pieces of flat aluminum strip are to be welded into the resulting 1" gap and the interior ground and blasted so that the seams are not apparent. This will be a permanent change and all Bulkguard frames including part numbers 69855, 69895, and 69800155 will be 1" taller than they previously were.DDG To allow for the use of the Hoover IBC bottle requested by M.S. for a production order for Hoover/Ashland. This will allow for much easier change out of bottles. This should also allow easier change out of our rotomolded bottle and will probably be acceptable without modifying our bottle mold but we will need to do some testing to insure that is the case.Doubt any change will be required at all but maybe 1 minute additional.Will need to update if dimensions are given.YesYesSee description of change above.Sales to handle customer approval.Sales to handle pricing NoneNone  Darwin D. Garton 10/23/00Russ McDonald 10/27/00Michael Spurrier 10/30/00O.K. DN 10-26-00ok AM 10-30-00Proceed. Steve Tarr 11/1/00HMS 10-26-0011/17/200011/17/2000This work was completed and test parts run on or before 11/17/00. Result ok. D.D.G. 
edit 11/2/20004DAO12/15/2000NONOSEALED MANWAY ISOPLAST COMPONENTS (BOLT, JAM NUT, HEX NUT)343099, 343100, 343101CHANGE ITEM MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION FROM ISOPLAST TO BLACK PP 40% GLASSDAOhttp://FILEROOMCHEMICAL ATTACK HAS BEEN OBSERVED ON A RETURNED PRODUCT - ISOPLAST NOT DOING WHAT IT IS SUPPOSED TO DO.NONENONEYESNONENONENOT NECESSARYSOME PRICING EFFECT - MAY NEED REVIEW, BUT WE SHOULD BE COVERED NEW BOLT, JAM NUT, AND HEX NUTISOPLAST INVENTORY - CURT HAS RGA FROM MANUFACTURER - TO BE RETURNED WHEN NEW INVENTORY ARRIVES.  OK - DAO 11/02/00Darrell, I'm conserned about the softness of the PP versus the isoplast Suggest some type of testing. Need to make sure were comfortable OK-CURT DOWNEY-11/2/00ok - alan m. 11/03/00Proceed. Steve Tarr 11/1/00HMS 11/3/003/1/20011/4/2001ALL CHANGES TO SPEC. DRAWINGS AND PART DESCRIPTIONS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED. TESTING SHOWS THE GLASS FILLED PP TO BE CAPABLE OF 90 IN-LB OF TORQUE WHICH IS CLOSE TO THE 100 IN-LB OF ISOPLAST AND GREATER THAN THE 50-60 IN-LB OF NON-GLASS FILLED PP. WE ARE NOW SET TO USE 40% GLASS FILLED PP BOLT AND HEX NUTS. D.A.O. 01/04/01. 
edit 11/3/20005DDG11/15/2000NoNoAll IBC'sAll IBC tanks and components.Elimination of the IBC Trim Manuals and IBC Customer Logo Books with the exception of a master copy to be kept in Engineering. All information contained in the IBC Manuals to be accessed by production, sales, purchasing, etc. from the data filed on the main computer file server. All of the information for IBC's has been transferred to one location on the fileserver with the exception of some customer specifications which have not yet been put in. We will put these in as needed since I am not sure which are still valid. To access all of the information in Windows Explorer: Click on Applicat on 'Fileserver'. {Which is the (P) drive on most if not all of your computers.} Now click on the folder named IBCman. You now see 6 folders named Assembly Instructions (Lotus wp), Components (Lotus wp), IBC Customer Logos (Lotus wp), IBC Customer Logos Report (Lotus approach), Mold Set-up (Cadkey), and Trim Instruction (Lotus wp). Choose the type of information you are looking for and Click on one of the six folders. You will now get a listing of all the files located in the folder. By double-clicking on the file you wish to open it will open using the appropriate program as long as you have that program available. The names of the programs show the program required to run the files in that folder with the exception of the IBC Customer Logos (Lotus wp). This folder contains files in both Lotus Word Pro and in Cadkey. Always search for files using the "list all files" designator for file type. The Cadkey files can be viewed with "Cadkey Viewer". Please make a test run by attempting to open and print a file in each of the 6 different folders which you will want to access to insure everything works for you. Have all the employees which work for you and must access information in the IBC manual also make a test run on their computers. Jeff R. will be available to install the Cadkey Viewer program for your use as his time permits. If you need Word Pro or Approach please contact Tom Humlicek. Update 11/14/00 by DDG - I have added two additional folders under the IBC Manual Folder. They are IBC Customer Logos (Lotus WP) and IBC Customer Logos Report (Lotus Approach). These are the drawings for all existing IBC Logo plates and the report which lists all the Logos. Also a third folder has been added inside the IBC Customer Logos (Lotus WP) folder. This folder is titled Next Generation and contains the Next Generation Customer Logo Plate drawings. Also the IBC Customer Logos Report (Lotus approach) folder contains the Next Generation Logos Report also.DDG Eliminate the need to update hard copy manuals by individuals. Everyone will have access the same information from one central location on the database.N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A N/AN/A  DDG 11/03/00 Update 11/10/00 Alan Markowski stated that his office is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week in E-Bldg. So the computer is available to production personnel for access at all times.I am very much in approval of this, but I will not sign until a computer is placed in assembly so employees have access. Alan's office is not always open and we have had a lot of success with the production computer plant 2, RM 11/14MS 11/14CD 11/7/00the computer system works great!!!! I have tried all folders and I'm able to print from them all. I aprrove alan m. 11/03/2000Proceed. Steve Tarr 11/7/00HMS 11/7/0011/14/200011/14/200011/14/00 As of this date no further updates will be sent out as hardcopies. Notification of updates and changes will be done via e-mail to the parties involved. All IBC Manuals will be picked up from sales, production, QA, and purchasing. Please access all information via your computer. This includes the IBC Customer Logos drawings and the IBC Logos Report. Folders for these items were added under IBC Manual in the same location as the other folders as stated in the description above. 
edit 11/6/20006am11/6/2000nonobarriers p/n 2179 and 21802179/2180eliminate the water fill test on the machinesAM increase production - no downtime for water test. Final 3 p.s.I. Test with soap finds more than the water test on the machine.noneinstructions onlynonenonenonenono noneno   At one time, 3psi broke the kiss off"s, Need to make sure gauges are calibrated to whatever we need.2.5 to 3 PSI. RM 11/13/00 DN 11-7-00o.k. am 11/06/2000Proceed Steve Tarr 11/7/00OK HMS1.11.0111/6/200011/6/2001Implemented AM 11/06/2001 
edit 11/7/20007DDG11/8/2000NONOExcalibur Tank molds.651's 652's Mold modification only. Part design is not affected.The two Excalibur tank molds currently have framework which is attached to the molds with bolts which are secured by holes tapped into aluminum bosses welded onto the molds. We need to install s.s. helicoils at all the doghouse frame locations. Currently these are 5/16" bolts we need to enlarge to 3/8" bolts. Also I am proposing we remove the springs from the top lifting frame assembly because the springs are not lasting and I believe are not necessary. This is based on the fact that we have been running with the springs compressed to a point they no longer function. After discussions with Alan M. and Bob M. we believe we should remove the springs and replace them with a solid tube spacer. We will need to helicoil the 3/8" bolt locations which secure the top lifting frame to the mold. We then would like to replace the clamps with standard long flange bolts and nut holders. We would put one bolt at each of the current clamp locations. These would be set up so that the mounting frame work and the lifting framework would contact at the bolt locations so the bolts could not be over tightened to cause damage to the mold. We would like to modify one tool and run it for a short period of time and if ok convert the second mold. We will not helicoil the mounting framework bolts at this time because we see no evidence on the mold that these bolts are loosening or that the mold or frame is being damaged. We will monitor those connections to see if they become a problem.DDG To prevent damage to the tank molds and to reduce maintenance costs. Springs and clamps are both expensive. Believe the helicoils will reduce the amount of downtime incurred. We have already had to helicoil the framework on of the doghouses on one of the molds and the frame it mounts onto on the mold.NONONONOYESNONO NONO  Darwin D. Garton - APPROVED 11/07/2000 --On 11/14/00 at 11:45 a.m. a work order was sent to Alan M. for the mold maintenance department to complete this work. Alan was asked to notify me when the work is completed.RM 11/13/2000ms ok 11/9D. Nouss - Approved 11-7-00A.Markowski - Approved 11-9-00amProceed. Steve Tarr 11/7/00HMS 11/7/0011/13/20008/24/20018/24/2001 D.D.G. Believe this was completed about March of this year or so. It was delayed because of orders in house and availability of mold maint. personnel. 
edit 11/16/20008AM11/16/2000NONOGUARDIAN BARRIERS2179 AND 2180CHANGE CHARGE WEIGHT FROM 170# TO 150# IMMEDIATELY POSSIBLY CHANGING TO 135# CURRENTLY TESTING 135# PARTSJTR COST SAVING OF MATERIALYESWEIGHT ONLYWEIGHT ONLYNONONONO NONO  JTR 8/31/2001 If we get guardian back it should be ran on an OFFSET type arm at 150lbs on a straight arm we never effectively got 150 lbs to work.I am concerned as to repeatability with a 135Lb part all plants. When this worked in the past all things had to be perfect. Air eductors, rotation, chargeweight and in my opinion had 0 room for error. We couldn't repeat on a day be day status. OK 150 LB PART 11/20/00 DN 3-29-01OK ON 150# NOW 11/16/2000 AMProceed SET 1/24/01OK 150LB PARTS ONLY HMS1.11.018/31/20018/31/2001We no longer have this custome, but if they come back we will run part at 150# JTR 8/31/2001 
edit 1/4/20019DDG1/4/2001NONOCaptor fitting boots - trimmed components for assemblies.10742, 10742001, 10742002, 10742003, 10742004, 10742005, 10742006, 10742007, 10742008, 10742009, 10742010, 10742011, 10742012.John Surman has requested that we add an additional level of P/N's for trimmed Captor fitting boots for each different trimmed part. Currently fitting boots are molded as P/N 10742. The assemlby P/N's 10742001 thru 10742012 include the boot trimming operation and the components required for use of the boot with the proper fitting assembly. John is requesting P/N's be established for the trimmed boots only and that those numbers be used in the assemlies to aid in tracking the status of the boots and the components.DDG To allow production to scan in a finished (trimmed) boot P/N without relieving the other components in the assemblies from inventory.noYes, New cutsheets will be required for P/N's 107421, 107422, 107423, 107424, 107425, and 107426. Existing cutsheets for P/N's 10742001, 10742002, 10742003, 10742004, 10742005, 10742006, 10742007, 10742008, 10742009, 10742010, 10742011, and 10742012 will need to be modified to reflect the addition of the P/N's of the trimmed boots. Total of 18 cutsheets will need to be changed.Yes if any exist with P/N's for components.Yes for drawings which show assemblies with P/N's.NONONO NONO  Ok, DDG 1/04/2001 Ok, DAO 1/04/2001Ok, However myself and Humlicek will need to watch system to insure transactions are happening as we desire. RM 01/08/2001 02/07/2001 Myself, Humlicek & Surman checked our item moves this last month within 4shift and everyone is satisfied that things are working correctly. O.K. This should help keep track of in-process production, and especially the location of the component parts. DN 1-8-01ok A.Markowski 01/26/2001Proceed. 1/4/01 SETOK HMS 1.11.011/15/20011/15/20011/15/2001 D.D.G. All new P/N's have been added along with the B.O.M.'s for these parts. All existing B.O.M.'s that required changes have been updated. All new required cutsheets have been added to the Cutsheet Data Base. All existing cutsheets that required changes have been modified. Since the P/N's for the assemblies did not change no updates to any Spec. Sheets, Price sheets or catalogs were required. Russ McDonald and Tom Humlicek have been notified that the changes have been made so that they can insure that transactions are working correctly. 
edit 1/18/200110DDG1/31/2000NONOALL ULTRATAINER HEAVY DUTY TANKS AND BASES OF ALL CONFIGURATIONS AND ALL COLORS.615, 61545, 61595, 616, 61645, 61695, 617, 61745, 61795, 644001179, 671, 67100, 67105, 671157, 671163, 671179, 67123, 67195, 672, 67200, 67205, 672157, 672163, 672179, 67223, 67295, 673, 67300, 67305, 673157, 673163, 673179, 67323, 67338, 67395, 676, 676103, 67645, 67695, 67698, 677, 677103, 67745, 67795, 678, 678103, 67845, 67895, 679, 67945, 67995, 680, 68045, 68095, 681, 68145, 68195, 688, 68845, 68895, 689, 68945, 68995, 690, 69045, 69095, 691, 69145, 69152, 69195, 693, 69345, 69395, 694, 69445, 69495, 695, 69545, 69595, 696, 69645, 69695ALAN MARKOWSKI HAS REQUESTED THAT ALL DESCRIPTIONS FOR ULTRATAINER HEAVY DUTY TANKS HAVE THE CURRENT HD CHANGE TO HW TO HELP ELIMINATE THE CONFUSION WHICH NOW OCCURS IN PRODUCTION BETWEEN THE NAME AND THE MATERIAL DESIGNATION. EXAMPLE: P/N 671179 DESCRIPTION (BASE 220 ULTRAHD/HD/CBL) WOULD BE CHANGED TO (BASE 220 ULTRAHW/HD/CBL) TO AVOID CONFUSION WITH P/N 685179 DESCRIPTION (BASE 220 ULTRA/HD/CBL). WITH THE CONTENTION BEING THAT WHEN THE P/N 685179 DESCRIPTION HAS THE HD AND THE HEAVY DUTY TANKS AND BASES HAVE THE HD THAT IT IS EASY FOR PRODUCTION TO ASSUME THE INCORRECT WEIGHT. HOPEFULLY BY USING HW TO SIGNIFY THE HEAVY DUTY OR HEAVY WEIGHT TANKS AND BASES THE CONFUSION WILL BE ELIMINATED.DDG SEE DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE ABOVE.NOYES, ALL OF THE CUTSHEETS IN THE IBC MANUAL IN THE TRIM AND ASSEMBLY SECTIONS WHICH ARE FOR THE ABOVE LISTED P/N'S CONTAIN THE DESCRIPTIONS WHICH ARE USED IN 4TH SHIFT. THIS CUTSHEETS WILL NEED TO BE CHANGED TO REFLECT THE CORRECT DESCRIPTIONS.NOT MANY SPEC DRAWINGS FOR THESE PARTS EXIST HOWEVER THERE ARE SEVERAL PIECES OF LITERATURE WHICH REFER TO THE ULTRA H.D. THIS IS ONLY A PROBLEM FOR ORDER ENTRY IN THAT THOSE PERSONS WILL NEED TO REMEMBER THAT THE HD HAS CHANGED TO HW ON ALL OF THE ORDER ENTRY DESCRIPTIONS.DRAWINGS CAN BE UPDATED AS NECESSARY. SINCE THESE DRAWINGS ARE NOT DIRECTLY RELATED TO PRODUCTION THE DESCRIPTION IS NOT REALLY A PROBLEM.NONONO NONO  OK. D.D.G. 1/19/01 CONDITIONAL ON APPROVAL BY ACCOUNTING THAT THIS CHANGE WILL NOT AFFECT ANY REPORTS RUN EITHER IN 4TH SHIFT OR THRU OTHER DATABASES.Keep in mind the bar code system is only 20 characters- 4th shift is 30 + so try to get as much use full info in the first 20 spaces as you can, otherwise the bar code label becomes useless Rusty 01/18/01 also let me when its complete so Jeanie can change the descriptionsMike Spurrier/by D.D.G. ok with change.Curt D. 1/19/01thx ok A.Markowski 01/26/2001Proceed SET 1/24/01OK HMS DOES SEEM LIKE QUITE A LOT OF WORK, HOPE ITS REALLY NECESSARY.2/6/20012/7/20012/07/01 D.D.G - All engineering changes have been completed for this E.C.R. as outlined above. 
edit 1/19/200111DDG1/19/2001NONO120 GALLON SQUARE STACKABLE TANKS.666, 66600, 66608, 66637, 66645, 66695MODIFY AN EXISTING 220 GALLON SQUARE STACKABLE MOLD BOTTOM SECTION BY REDUCING THE HEIGHT APPROXIMATELY 11" TO CONVERT THE MOLD BOTTOM SECTION TO A 120 GALLON SQUARE STACKABLE MOLD BOTTOM SECTION.DDG DUE TO AN INFLUX OF ORDERS FOR 120 SQUARE STACKABLES A SECOND TOOL TO ALLOW THE MOLDING OF TWO 120 SQUARE STACKABLES AT THE SAME TIME ON THE SAME ARM AND DOUBLE CAPACITY. THE DOWNSIDE OF THIS IS THAT THE MOLD SET WHICH WE USE WILL BE LIMITED TO BUILDING ONLY 120 SQUARE STACKABLES UNTIL WE WOULD PURCHASE A REPLACEMENT 220 MOLD BOTTOM SECTION WHICH IS USED TO BUILD 220'S, 275'S AND 330'S. WE DO HAVE 8 SETS OF TOOLING HOWEVER AND ONLY USE 6 SETS UNDER NORMAL PRODUCTION CONDITIONS. WE ARE LOOKING AT MODIFYING SET #8 SINCE IT IS NOT USED FOR ANY OF THE SPECIAL CUSTOMER TANK CONFIGURATIONS. TEDDY HOWEVER SAID HE BELIEVED ONE MOLD SET HAD SOME DAMAGE TO A BOTTOM IN THE AREA THAT WOULD BE REMOVED. I ASKED HIM TO FIND THAT SET SO WE COULD CONSIDER MODIFYING IT INSTEAD OF SET #8 IF IT MAKES SENSE.NO CURRENTLY IS ROUTED 2 UP BUT IS RUN WITH A 220 GALLON TANK.NONONOYES MODIFY ONE 220 MOLD BOTTOM SECTION TO A 120 GALLON MOLD BOTTOM SECTION. REDUCE HEIGHT APPROXIMATELY 11". D.D.G. TO VERIFY ACTUAL AMOUNT TO BE REMOVED. R&R 1 EACH REMOVABLE U.N. PLATE FRAME IN MOLD. MODIFY FRAME TO MATCH THE EXISTING 120 SQUARE STACKABLE FRAMING. ALL OTHER REQUIRED CHANGES TO DUPLICATE EXISTING MOLD AS CLOSELY AS POSSIBLE.NONO REMOVED STATEMENT REGARDING NEED FOR RINGS WELDED IN BOTTOM WHICH WAS NOT CORRECT FOR MODIFIED TOOL ONLY FOR NEW TOOL. D.D.G. 1/24/2001.   D.D.G. 1/18/2001/D.A.O. 1/22/01R.M. 01/22/2001Bill Anderson 01/22/2001 I need this ASAP orders in house for 400+ containers. OK/MS 1/24/01CD-1/22/01ok A.Markowski 01/26/2001Proceed SET 1/24/01 Hope we don't need the tool backOK HMS 1-22-012/2/20012/2/20012/02/2001 I HAVE BEEN NOTIFIED BY ALAN M. THAT THE MOLD MODIFICATION HAS BEEN COMPLETED AND THE MOLD IS WORKING WELL. 
edit 1/24/200112CE2/2/2001No - This is being done for a Kefco orderNo - Some orders may be delayed while the mold is being modified.2600 Horizontal Leg Tank and 2500 Horizontal Skid Tank - These tanks use the same lid.847--- and 846---The fitting flat at the top of the end bell will be changed from a 5.75 x 5.75 inch square to a 9 x 9 inch square.DCE To accomadate a 2 inch BO fitting. Kefco has an order for several tanks which require this fitting.NoYes - Kristi Scholes has the drawing.NoYes - Kristi Scholes has the drawing.Yes -- The mold will have to be modified.??No NoneNo , but old style tanks will not be able to be used for this Kefco order.  D.O. 1/24/01 CE 1/29/01RM 01/25/01 CE 1/29/01 DN 3-29-01 cd4/3/011/29/01 MEL1/23/2001 DTGHMS 3/15/012/23/20014/2/20014/2/01 C.E. by D.A.O. - Cullen said the mold is modified and parts were run allowing proper fitting installation. 
edit 1/26/200113A.M1/26/2001nonogen 1 110 minibulks161037remove from cutsheet 347130 warranty package. Have not used for 3 yearsDDG currently tanks go without warranty packagesnoyes remove warranty package 347130nonononono nono  OK D.D.G. 2/02/01OK RM 03/15/01 OK D.Nouss 2-10-01ok A.Markowski 01/26/2001Proceed SET 1/8/01OK HMS2/8/20012/8/20012/08/2001 D.D.G. Fixed cutsheets for P/N's 161018, 161037 and 161038. Removed cutsheets for obsolete P/N's per sales. Changed all remaining P/N's in 4th shift to obsolete except for the three listed above. E.C.R. is complete. 
edit 3/14/200114DAO5/1/2001NOYES - ? DEPENDS ON ORDERCAP 18IN PE HINGED ASSY W/VENT - not the cenent lid but, rather a Canadian high tech lid.343091PHASE OUT 343091 P/N AND REPLACE WITH 341125 ON ALL BOM'S (18) AND SALES CATALOGSDAO OUR LARGEST USE FOR THIS ITEM IS FOR RHS 2041, 2042, AND 2043 PARTS. RHS HAS REQUESTED CHANGING FROM THE CURRENT 343091 TO 341125 DUE TO FEATURES. I DO NOT WANT 2 PARTS TO INVENTORY AND THEREFORE REQEST CHANGING ALL USES TO THE 341125.NONEDELETE 343091 AND ADD 3411253000 HLTSPEC DRAWING ONLYNONEYESYES YESUSE UP OLD INVENTORY ON NON-RHS USES OR RETURN LEFTOVERS  DAO - 3/14/01RM 03/15/01MS 3/21/01O.K. D. Nouss. 3-16-01 ok Curt Downey 3/21/01am 03/15/01 rw3/15/01DTG 3/19/2001HMS 3/15/01 OK BUT PRICE MUST BE ADJUSTED TO COMPENSATE FOR THE ADDITIONAL COST4/2/20013/30/2001D.A.O. 3/30/01 - All parts, BOM's and cutsheets have been changed. 
edit 3/15/200115DDG3/23/2001NONOBULKGUARD I.B.C. FRAMES69800100, 69800155, 69855, 69895INSTALL PATENT NUMBER ENGRAVING INTO MOLD FOR BULKGUARD FRAMEDDG SNYDER INDUSTRIES HAS RECEIVED A U.S. PATENT #6,193,099 FOR DESIGN FEATURES USED IN THE BULKGUARD I.B.C. FRAME.NONONOYESYESNONO PLATE WITH ENGRAVED LETTERING TO BE WELDED INTO MOLD ON FRONT OF CONTAINER TO THE LEFT SIDE OF THE RIB NEAREST THE CORNER OF THE CONTAINER. CENTER PLATE BETWEEN TWO RIBS WITH THE TOP OF THE PLATE 3" DOWN FROM THE TOP EDGE OF THE MOLD. THIS WILL PREVENT PLACARD INSTALLATION FROM COVERING UP THE PATENT # MOLDED INTO THE TANK.NONE  OK - DDG 3/15/2001OK RM 3/15/2001MS OK 3/21/01ok Curt Downey 3/21/01ok am 03/15/01DTG 5/21/01OK HMS 3/15/01 KEEP IT CHEAP 6/8/20016/8/2001 DDG - I HAVE BEEN INFORMED THAT MOLD MAINTENANCE HAS COMPLETED THE WORK ORDER TO INSTALL THE PATENT NUMBER. ECR IS COMPLETED. 
edit 3/16/200116HTB3/16/2001NONOOUTLET TEE UGW/SEPTIC4 IN. ASM.3471178DO NOT SOLVENT WELD 7.5" PIECE OF SCHED 40 PVS PIPE INTO TOP OF SNAITARY TEE. INSTALL AS PRESS FIT ONLY.HTB SOME STATES REQUIRE EFFLUENT FILTER TO BE INSTALLED IN TOP OF OUTLET SANITARY TEE. THIS REQUIRES REPLACEMENT OF TEE ASSEMBLY BY END USER TO INSTALL FILTER. IF NOT WELDED, FILTER INSTALLATION IS MORE ECONOMICAL.NONEDO NOT SOLVENT WELD 7.5" PIECE OF SCHED 40 PVC TO TEEYESN/ANONONO NOUSE UP OLD INVENTORY FIRST  HTB 3/16/01RM 03/16/01DBK 03/19/01DN 3-29-01RJP 03/20/01DTG 3/19/2001HMS 4.30.013/23/200111/15/2001Complete. All changes have been implemented 
edit 3/21/200117am3/21/2001nono465 utility16537cutsheet outdated last update 09/25/95DAO 1) wrong fitting now using 347840 2) plug wrong now using 345005 3) still shows tank I.d. sticker instructions show using 3" holesaw now using 3 1/4" holesawnodefineatelynonononomaybe nono  D.O. 4/2/01RM 04/02/2001. D Nouss 3-29-01am 3/21/01DTG 4/2/01HMS 4.11.014/6/20014/6/2001All cutsheets were replaced with new cut sheets. BOM's had correct part call-outs. 4/06/01 DAO 
edit 4/9/200118DAO nonoAll bolted 150# fitting gaskets331020, 331021, 331024, 331025, 331026, 331027, 331028, 331029, 331030, 331031, 331048, 331049, 331050, 331051, 331052, 331053, 331054, 331055, 331056, 331057, 331068, 331111The bolt hole sizes of these 150# gaskets are to be decreased to the nominal size of the bolts used with the corresponding size of flange. Tolerances suggested: nominal size +1/32 / -0 diameter.DAOI:\Engineering drawing fileroom\B-size drawings\B5000-B5999\B5810.ckdTo remove some of the gasket shifting on our 150# bolted fittings and help with sealing around bolt holes.nonenoneThere are no current drawings - we are using ANSI standard 150# full face flange gasket sizes. Drawings should be created with specifications on the drawings.Do new drawingsAdding different bolt cutters to Aero Rubber gasket diesnonenone nono - when current blanket orders are completed, new orders will use the new specifications. Completed - drawing B-5810DAO - 4/9/01Need to maje sure that all satelite plants are aware of this specification change on gasket material�RM 04/09/2001 Changes can be made to each of these gaskets as soon as current inventory and blanket orders are exhausted. Aero Rubber has no problem in changing these requirements, and there is little, if any, charge associated with these changes. D.N. 4-09-01 cd4/10/01am 04/16/01DTG 4/11/01HMS 4.10.018/2/20028/2/2002Done 
edit 4/18/200119BA4/18/2001YESYES15 GALLON EZ HANDLERS ALL VERSIONS.2919,29192,29190,29191,291912,291995,2919952,2928,29282,29280,29281,292812,REMOVE PERMANENTLY WELDED IN U.N. MARKINGS IN TWO MOLDS FOR 15 GALLON EZ HANDLERS TO RUN NON-U.N. MARKED CONTAINERS. ALSO CHANGE OLD P/N'S 2928,29282,29280,29281,292812 FROM CLEANLOK COUPLER VERSIONS OF THE 15 GALLON TO DRIPOLATOR VERSIONS.DDG NO U.N. MARKED VERSIONS ARE CURRENTLY APPROVED AND WE HAVE AN ORDER TO RUN 100 TANKS WITHOUT MARKINGS. EASIER TO REMOVE MARKINGS FROM MOLDS THAN SAND OFF MARKINGS FROM BOTH SIDES OF 100 TANKS. IF MARKINGS ARE EVER NEEDED IN THE FUTURE THEY SHOULD BE PUT IN AS REMOVABLE MARKINGS THE SAME AS THE 30 GALLON EZ MOLDS.NOT ANTICIPATED.YES NEW CONFIGURATION AND COMPONENTS FOR NEW ORDERS.NONE EXISTYES UPDATE TO AS BUILTYES REMOVE PERMANENT U.N. MARKINGS FROM 2 EACH 15 GALLON EZ HANDLER MOLDS.RECEIVED BY BILL ANDERSON.NO YES NEW ORDERS REQUIRE A NEW CONNECTION TO REPLACE VALVES ON OLD VERSIONS OF DRIPOLATOR.NO  D.D.G. APPROVED 4/18/2001RM 04/23/2001Bill Anderson by D.D.G. 4/19/2001 Verbal approval.cd-4/19/01 DN 4-19-01am 04/19/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 4.19.015/1/20015/1/20015/01/2001 D.D.G. The mold has been modified by mold maintenance and the plates have been removed. Order in house. 
edit 4/19/200120CE4/19/2001NoNo95 inch cone bottom stands. Use only the Snyder version of the 95 inch cone bottom stand and do not offer the Crown version any more.DCE The cost of manufacturing the Crown version is significantly higher than the cost of manufacturing the Snyder version. It is about $100 cheaper even with the shipping from Lincoln to Marked Tree. One draw back is that there will be no way to tie down a Crown style tank because it has no grooves molded into it.NoYesNoNoNo/ THIS IS NOT TRUE, MOLDS WILL HABE TO BE MIDIFIED TO ACCOMADATE WIND AND SEISMICYesNo NoNo   RM 4/19/01 D. Nouss 4-19-01am 04/19/01DTG 5/21/01. Modify both tops to use tie down system.HMS OK BUT MOLDS WILL HAVE TO BE MODIFIED FOR TIE DOWN 1.26.01 6/20/2001(6.20.01) ON HOLD per DG -- CE 
edit 4/19/200121am4/19/2001nonobeckton dickenson2291please revise the cutsheetRDG cutsheet is 2 pages, a copy of a "c" drawing, difficult to read, we can do betternoyesnonononono nono I am reassigning this to Robert 2/12/2003.jrogers 4-23-2001 I will generate new cutsheetRM 05/22/01 Dnouss 4-23-01am 04/19/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 4.26.012/12/20032/12/2003Cutsheets were touched up to better show detail to ensure accuracy on the Special Trim floor. RDG 2/12/03 
edit 4/23/200122CE4/23/2001NoNoAll Crown style cone bottoms831, 833, 835, 836Modify the lids for all of the Crown style cone bottom tanks. There are currently two lids the first lid fits the 1600 and 2500 CB and the second lid fits the 1250 and 3000 CB.DCE This ECR goes along with ECR # 20.NoYesYesYesYes??No YesNo - Old style Cone Bottom tanks that are left in inventory could still be sold, but some may have to go with the crown style stand depending on the application.   Inventory after product changes also results in obsolete inventory which gets sold as seconds 3 to 4 years later. Having a cut off date and getting rid of all the old design is better idea Rm 04/23/01 O.K. D. Nouss 4-24-01am 05/31/01DTG 5/21/01. Cullen & Mel, provide me a list of old inventory and set plan to sell first.OK BUT I WANT TO SEE A DATE FOR TRANSITITION SO WE DON'T HAVE ANY OBSOLETE INVENTORY HMS 4.25.01 6/20/2001(6.20.01) On Hold per DG - CE 
edit 4/23/200123CE4/23/2001NoNo3200H Dual Right, Left823, 824, 870Modify the fitting flat on the top of the mold. It currently wraps around the edge of the tank and onto the end bell. Get rid of the top portion of the fitting flat so that it would look like the end of the 2600 HLT.DCE We have two FQPs in house (MT FQP 311 & MT FQP 243) where a 3250 Dual has broken on one or both ends in the radius of the top fitting flat. While there is a sparge tube installed into the fitting flat, this does indicate that this is a weak spot in the tank. Also, we have seen problems with similar designs on other tanks.NoYesYesYesYes - but could probably be done in houseNoNo NoNo - but similar style tanks should be matched up and sold as sets.   rm 08/01/01 -- Mel W. to ensure that we have matching sets of the old style before we proceed with the modification. This has been a low volume product this year. - CE (8.24.01) DN 5-31-01am 05/31/01DTG 4/25/01. Complete inhouse if possible and charge to mold maint.HMS 4.25.0110/24/200110/24/2001(8.29.01) Orders for these have been light, and since this project is to be done in house, then it has been put on the back burner for now. CE (10.24.01) Mold was modified last week. Drawings need to be updated. CE 
edit 5/1/200125HTB5/1/2001nonoSeptic Tanks 750-1500 gallons50255, 50655, 50600155, 50855, 50800155, 51255, 51200155,Pre-plumb (install) inlet and outlet tee assembliesHTB Customer convenience and assurance of proper installation in field.noyesnonoAlready completedyesno nono  HTB 05/01/01DCE 05/02/01, RM 05/02/01DBK 05/01/01DN 5-31-01am 05/31/01DTG 5/21/01. We need to update manuals with quality criteria and drawings.HMS 5.1.015/1/200111/15/2001Complete. All changes have been implemented. 
edit 5/14/200126am5/14/2001nono352014 nylon screw2159remove screw 352014 from b.o.m.JTR production lost 3 parts due to nylon screw melting prematurely. Production replaced nylon screw with 1/4 x 20 bolt with spring from maintenance.nonononononono noyes 352014  JTR 6/18/2001RM 08/01/01 DM 5-31-01am 05/14/01DTG 5/21/01HMS5.18.018/31/20018/31/2001screw has been removed from bill, production using non-consumed spring bolt JTR 8/31/2001 
edit 5/14/200127am5/14/2001nono65v mix156137,15645,15637charge weight to increase to 23#DAO strengthen fillneck. Current chargeweight of 20# produces marginal partyes increase tempature by 15 degreesnononononomaybe noneno   RM 08/01/01 DN 5-31-01am 05/14/01DTG 5/21/01. Change pricing.HMS PRICING SHOULD DEFINITLY CHANGE TO COVER THE ADDITIONAL COST. 5.18.01 6/6/2003Review of B.O.M.'s on 6/6/2003 reveals that the change has been made to increase the weight from 20# to 23# for these three P/N's. Change was made by Jeannie Boerger on 6/15/2001. Unknown authorization. Considered completed 6/06/2003 DDG. 
edit 5/15/200128CE5/15/2001NoYes - but only if the part is not in stock and has to be molded500 H (crown style), 750H, 750HS, 1050H841, 842, 851, 843Modify the old "Crown" fitting flat design on the end bells of the tanks. Change the fitting flat to the Snyder version.DCE There have been problems with this fitting flat breaking for the last two years. First, there was a rash of 750H that failed for Midsouth Ag, then there have been several 500H that have failed for A&D tanks.NoYes - to show the new style of fitting flatYesYesYes, but much of it could be done in house.NoNo NONo  CE 5.24.01CE 5.24.01rm 08/01/01 DN 5-31-01am 05/31/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 5.18.01 9/30/2001(8.29.01) The fitting flats arrived at MT last week. They still have to be put intot the molds. CE 
edit 5/16/200129W/M   Heat Traced and insulated tanks - Calorique control box Remove aluminum mounting brackets back side of the control box, remove nylon straps from vendor part, and add 4 ea. SS #10 x 1" pan head mounting screwsDAO Production wishes to glue/weld on strips of poly and mount/screw box directly to the strips. Labor savings?? Method for XL material attachment will differ from HD material attachment (glue vs. welded).noneno SII paper cutsheet, however instructional video would have to be changed and vendor instruction booklet would need updatednoneInstallation movie should be changednonenoneVendor part should cost less, but no pricing has been provided yet. Yes - new vendor assembly and instructional bookletNO cancelledThis will have to be implemented by Calorique/Flexwatt. Flexwatt was asked for this change timing and cost some time ago by DAO and DN. No response yet. I am not sure this is a cost reduction, but it is a better method in most cases. DAO 5/1/01Rm 05/16/2001 A memo has been written to Calorique/Flexwatt requesting information on this proposed change. D. Nouss. 5-31-01am 05/31/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 5.18.01 3/10/2005Flexwatt is not willing to remove brackets for us as this confuses their inventory. Brackets are easily removed by SII if installer wants or can be left in place with no ill effect. DAO 3/10/05 
edit 5/17/200130AM5/17/2001NONO200V154137CUTSHEET NEEDS CLEANED UPDAO SCRIBBLING ON CUTSHEETNOYESNONONONONO NONO Completed previously RM 05/17/01 DM 5-31-01AM 05/17/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 5.18.01 3/10/2005Done previously on part number change. DAO 3/10/05 
edit 5/17/200131jtr5/17/2001  cap assy 18 in - hinged cement3471121wrap living hinge with 2" black gafters tape (996028)JTR failing hingesnoyesnonononono yesno  JTRThis has already been approved once, when Cullen generated an ECR prior to paperless. I also hope we don't stop our efforts to improve. RM 05/17/2001 Per Cullen procedure is to wrap hinge area 1&1/4 times .Rm 06/01/01 Light Inspection in hinge area reveals 2 distinct differences in thickness from one lid to the next. 30% of random sample will transmitt light rest will not. Contacted vendor- he admttted they were playing with process. In his defense this was the firs ttme he had run the tool DN 5-31-01AM 05/23/01 RW 6/8/01DTG 5/21/01HMS 5.17.015/17/200110/15/2005Taping procedure has been implemented and I have received no more complaints about the hinge Product obsoleted - DAO 10/15/05 
edit 5/18/201032SPC     Elimination of plastic wrap on all items on open loads. Instead, provide a Blue Beacon truck wash entire load within 100 miles of destination. Except foam tanks? Ag Loads as well as Industrial? A marketing question? Please review below as well.RMP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\ECR_32.ZIPReports of plastic wrap isn't holding open loads. Poor presentation to final customer open loads Ag side.yesyes   yes$50 SII cost, do will bill it into freight quote or is it a line item on the order as wrap is now? Do we mark the cost up. This maybe cheaper for customer than wrap?      Win, win situation. I have lobbied for years for truck mounted pressure washers as well as pressure washers at front gates for open loads. Chance to improve presentation both Industrial and ag. At best plastic wrap for open loads has had marginal performance. Doesn't allways make it to the final destination.As an upcharge, as requested by customers an option in lieu of wrapping, large loads MS 06/15/01 RMDnouss 5-31-01am 05/31/01 RW 8/8/01We will have to deal with foam tanks. These need wrapped but I do not know if washing them is wise. The wrap will hold water. Is this for all loads or just industrial? Two wrapped foam tanks were tested on the tail end of a load and handles the wash fine. RM 06/08/01 caseyHMS 8.8.01 PROCEDURES TO REMAIN THE SAME UNTIL SALES INITIATES THERE PROGRAM6/15/20016/15/2001Wil be included in next years pricing as .customer option per Mike S. 06/15/2001 
edit 5/24/200133RM   Sii vacumm/pressure vent (epdm&viton)347822 &23Have vendor apply light layer of silicon grease or other inert lubricating medium on interior side of washer prior to assembly and bag prior to shipment.DAO Asking a dry seal of this nature to seal 100% of the time given our not so clean environment... in my opinion is unrealistic. Banjo uses a light grease in the assembly of there valves why cant we? Recent shipment of vent's only to Hoover resulted in a return. Last order 100% test 50% failure and had to be hand washed 3 times.NONONONONOPossibly?? noyesYESCancelled - bad ideaCancelled DAO 3/10/05RM 08/03/01 DN 5-31-01. Curt Downey will be contacting the supplier and will advise. Specific procedures must be outlined vis-a-vis any assembly requirements (lube/grease). I have not seen such instructions. Bagging is no problem I will specify all subsequent shipments be bagged. CD 8/3/01am 05/31/01DTG 6/18HMS 8.8.01 DEPENDENT ON ENGINEERING APPROVAL AND TESTING 3/10/2005ECR cancelled - created chemical compatibility problem and contamination issue. DAO 3/10/05 
edit 6/1/200134am6/1/2001nono300 eliptical147118update cutsheet - 10" cap is now located in center, also drawing shows large sump on one end, currently mold has only a small shallow sump in centerDAO update / remove confusion from part to drawingnoyespossiblyyesnonono nono Completed RM 08/01/01 DN 2-11-02am 06/01/01DTG 6/18HMS 8.8.01 3/10/2005Done previously - DAO 3/10/05 
edit 6/14/200135RM   MEI diptube- 120 generation II & 120 next gen339325add 3" to rubber junction or dip tube. Adding to rubber hose may be the easiest for SII we don�t actually have to cut dip tube. We move the tube within the hose.DDG to accomidate variation rotomolded tank height, custom fit to each tank.nodrawings forpart number 339325 will have to be modified yes - dimensionsnonoYES COST WILL BE $.50 PER DIPTUBE MORE.  possiible  I believe that from a production standpoint the longer hose length makes more sense than a longer tube. It saves having to cut the tube to adjust the length. Defer to Russ that 3" is the magic length to add since he reviewed a number of tanks to come up with that amount. Approved D.D.G. 9/06/2001.RM 06/14/2001ok B.A. 9/13/2001 (by D.D.G.)Advise Purchasing of the over-all length of the plastics portion of the dip tube, and the total length of the rubber desired at the end. Murray's "normal" rubber length is readily available. The longer length would take an additional 2 days to get, and would cost up to 50 cents more per dip tube. I agree we need this flexibility so the dip tubes will fit the different tanks. DN 8-6-01/am 07/16/01DTG 6/18HMS 9.13.019/13/20019/13/2001All Murray diptubes are on the same drawing. I have updated this drawing to show the changes to the flex hose. I have replaced the old drawing with the revised drawing for all the cutsheets in the cutsheet data base which have this drawing shown. These include cutsheets for P/N's 339325, 339326, 339327, 339328, and 339333 to reflect the change done to P/N 339325 only. I have notified Murray of the change by e-mail and included the drawing file of the revised drawing in Cadkey formatte for their use. I have received confirmation that the information was received. This ECR is complete. D.D.G. 
edit 6/18/200136JTR6/18/2001NONO18" PE BOLTED MANWAY359589,331214REDUCED DIAMETER OF LID AND GASKET BY 1"JTR CURRENT LID DID NOT FIT CORRECTLY IN CEMENT NECKNONO YES UPDATED, DRAWINGS A5421 AND A5422NONONO YES, LID (359589) AND GASKET (331214)NO, USE ANY INVENTORY WE MAY HAVE  JTR 6/18/2001RM 06/18/2001, CE 06/18/2001 New manways are on order for delivery 7-9-01. There are 3 of the old style in stock, with 9 allocations. New gaskets avail 7-9-01. DN 6-21-01,need router fixture for new manway am 07/16/01DTG 6/18 How much inventory do we have? Setup plan to use on non-cement lid tanks.HMS 6/18/016/18/20018/31/2001Old stock has been taken care of and new design lid is in place, ECR #39 is an extension of this one as it detais the need for a new router fixture. 4 fixtures to cove WV,AR, NE, & CA are on order and should be delivered shortly. 08/31/2001 JTR 
edit 6/27/200137CE6/27/2001No - but complete ECR asapNo750 septic, 1050 septic, 1200 water cistern, 1250 septic, 1500 septic, 1700 water cistern, 1450 water cistern502xx,506xx,508xx,512xx1) Sand a smooth 6 inch square onto the outlet end of the the the tank. The center of the square should be 17.125 inches from the flash line. There is a drawing that is to be faxed to Philippi. 2) Approval numbers need to be stamed into the mold ends per the drawings. Again there are drawings to be faxed to Philippi.DCE  NoYes - Drawings should be modified to reflect these changes.YesYesYesNoNo NoNoNo HTB 6.27.01CE (6.27.01) RM 06/27/01 2/3RDS OF OUR INVENTORY ON THE GROUND IS MISSING LABELS.FURTHERMORE ITEMS BEING SHIPPED OUGHT TO BE REPAIRED SO THAT THEY WILL BEAR a LABEL DN 7-31-01 DTGHMS8.8.01 8/24/2001This was completed at Marked Tree in June 2001. CE (8.24.01) 
edit 7/13/200138HTB7/16/2001  Septic and Cistern Tanks502xxx,506xxx,508xxx,512xxx,Install installation packet assembly (with 8 tamper resistant screws) inside of inlet manway onto splash guard with 1 ea ss screw. Use same screw that is used to fasten McPhee lids. Install Manway lids with 2 ea. S.S. screws per lid.HTB Packets blown off during shipmentsyesyesnononoyesno nonono HTB 7.13.01CE 7.14.01 RM 07/16/2001DBK 7.13.01DN 8-6-01MW 7.14.01DTGhms 7-16-017/16/200111/15/2001Complete. All changes have been implemented. 
edit 7/16/200139am7/16/2001nonobolted manway3471134need router fixture to cut 17" hole for bolted manwayJTR new manway old fixture doen't work too bignoyesyesnoonly new router fixturenomaybe noyes  JTR 8/31/2001 Router fixture is on orderRM 08/01/2001 DN 7-31-01am 07/31/01 The current fixture at plant 2 does not match the new lid-thus plant 2 will also need a new fixture RW 8/8/01DTGHMS 9.13.018/31/20018/21/2001Fixture on order (see ECR #36) JTR 08/21/2001 
edit 7/18/200140RM8/1/2001NoNOCL powder880002 PE CL pwdr Phillips nat, 880045 PE CL pwdr Paxon natChange source from Paxon 7004 to Phillips cl200DAO Paxon powder is not laying up correctly in large tanks and we have had some complaints for pinholesYes startup time and temp may change if they were changed to accomidate Paxon  NoNOOnly if an Industrial order currently in the system is specifically requireing PaxonNO NoNoJust standard drop darts that we do every day.Completed RM 07/18/2001 DN 7-31-01RW 7/26/01 am 08/06/01DTGHMS8.8.01 8/12/2001Completed previously DAO 3/10/05 
edit 7/25/200141DAO NONOALL CONE BOTTOM TANKS ANYWHERE IN THE COMPANY (LINCOLN AND MARKED TREE)831XX, 507XX, 511XX, 510XX, 836XX, 515XX, 544XX, 518XX, 520XX, 704XX, 528XX, 718XX, 532XX, 534XX, AND OBSOLTE CONES 506XX, 540XX, 546XX, 706XX, 710XX, 712XX, 720XX, 749XXREMOVE BOTTOM SUMP AND REPLACE WITH A FLAT WITH AN APPROXIMATE 10" DIAMETER (CAPABLE FOR UP TO 4" 150# FLANGE PLACEMENTSDAO TO REDUCE FIELD COMPLAINTS DUE TO TANK MISUSE BY CUSTOMERSNONEYES - CHANGE ALL CUTSHEET AFFECTED TO MAKE THEM LOOK CORRECTYESYESYES - REMOVE CONE SUMPS AND REPLACE WITH A FLAT AND CONICAL SECTION AS REQUIREDNONO NONO Completed by Engineering - JE has still not converted all molds due to the fact that we have not needed the other mold components for a large order. Project is considered completed.D.A.O. 07/25/01C.E. 07/26/01, RM 08/01/01 CD 7/26/01RW 7/26/01DTG-Need plan to exhaust existing inventoryhms 8.8.01 3/10/2005Completed by Engineering - JE has still not converted all molds due to the fact that we have not needed the other mold components for a large order. Project is considered completed for this ECR. DAO 3/10/05 
edit 8/1/200142dbk8/6/2001  #188251 (workshop gray pigment) Use different gray pigment [ #188251 (Workshop gray)]on septic tanks other than existing gray pigment to give better temperature properties in hot temperature environments.HTB Surface temperature on septic tanks is elevated in sunny, hot temperature with current gray pigment. The heat weakens the unit. New pigment proves out to reflect a great deal of the heat.NoneyesNoneNoneNoneN/ANone NoneNone->>>Yes there could be obsolete inventory. Every plant accept Lincoln has inventory on hand. If we pick and choose for Texas we will have obsolete inventory�RM/RP/DTG 08/07/2001 The plants need direction.Performed by Todd Bolzer and Russ Mcdonald We will need to set up a new P/N for the (Work Shop Gray) Pigment Manufactured by M.A. Hanna #18825L. The new pigment P/N will be used to replace the existing pigment P/N on the B.O.M.'s for all septic tanks. The amount of pigment on the B.O.M. will be adjusted to reflect a usage rate of .453 grams per pound of High Density Material. If we attempt to use up existing pigment this would need to be done via move slips to correct the inventory levels. Also how will shipping know which ones to ship to a location. If we do not put in new P/N's for all the tanks with a new designator we should not try to use up the pigment in the septic tanks but should save it for Cushman trucksters and tailgates. Ship it all back to Lincoln? Approved as stated. DDG 08/02/2001.Test's were completed and at .1% let down impacts were acceptable RM 08/01/2001Dave Kelleycd 8/2/01am 08/06/01DTG approved at 0.1% let down only.HMS PENDING QA APPROVAL 8.1.018/3/20018/3/2001The following P/N was assigned to Workshop Grey Pigment P/N 883075. The B.O.M.'s for all of the following tank and riser, etc. P/N's have been changed from P/N 883038 to 883075 and the correct amount of pigment put onto the B.O.M.'s P/N's are: 50255,50600155,50655,50800155,50855,51200155,51255,51655,51755. This completes E.C.R. #42. Purchasing should have the extra pigment P/N 883038 returned to Lincoln for use in Cushman products. D.D.G. 8/03/2001. ECR is completed. 
edit 8/1/200143dbk8/15/2001  300VST X 46" Black Water Tank (Marked Tree mold) Add fitting box / pump support to 300VST X 46" similar to Norwesco's identical model for use as black water tank. Fitting box would be located at zero degrees on upper cone. Allows a 1-1/2" bulkhead fitting to be installed horizontally above sidewall cylinder. Estimated cost $ 200 to add to mold.DCE Norwesco has standardized the market with this particular feature of this tank. Market requires this feature.NoneNoneYesYesYes, see aboveNone, requested by potential customers.No, neglible change in cost. NoneNone (8.29.01) TB has already had the mold modified. Drawings need to be modified and first articles have to be run still. CE Drawing updated and forwarded to Lincoln on 10.17.01 CETodd BolzerNow that we've seen sketch OK RM 08/02/2001Dave Kelleycd 8/2/01ok am 08/06/01Need to review drawings. Are there any? NO! Darrell has crude sketch RM 08/02/2001� we should have actual drawing Which we can hyper link to. Per Darrell, OK DTG 8/6/01HMS 8.1.01 10/17/2001(11.16.01) Mold has been modified and the drawings have been updated and sent to Lincoln about a month ago. There are a couple of small issues that I want to address with the box, but for all practicle purposes this ECR is complete. CE 
edit 8/6/200144DDG8/6/2001NONOULTRATAINER TOP LIFTING - LIFTING PLATESP/N 359467 AND ASSEMBLY P/N 347625ADD A SECOND APPROVED DESIGN SHAPE TO THE DRAWING FOR THE ULTRATAINER TOP LIFTING COMPONENTS TO ALLOW PURCHASING TO BUY EITHER DESIGN SHAPE BASED ON AVAILABILITY AND COST. WE WILL USE ONE P/N FOR BOTH SHAPES SO THAT THEY ARE INTERCHANGEABLE. WE SUGGEST EACH TANK HAVE EITHER ONE SHAPE OR THE OTHER FOR ASTHETIC PURPOSES ONLY. FROM AN ENGINEERING POINT OF VIEW MIXING PLATES WOULD NOT MATTER.DDGP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\ECR 44/ECR 44.pdfCOPIED FROM E-MAIL SENT BY CURT D. ON 6/27/2001. -Potential cost savings of $5000+. The tear drop shaped stainless steel Ultratainer lifting plate cost us $8.26 apiece. During the last 12 months we went through 2023 units, the previous 12 months we used 1945 units. By going with a rectangular sheared shape with the corners trimmed for clearance I can buy them for $5.52 apiece FOB Lincoln. This is a savings of $5206.00/year. The holes would be punched at this cost and the edges would be deburred "so a non-gloved hand would not sustain injury". It is time to re-order some of these plates. Michael Spurrier approved from the sales point of view.The part is hidden except when in use so doesn't detract from the aesthetics of the overal product as far as he was concerned. If I can get approval and a new drawing I can place an order.N/ANONOYES DRAWING B-3522C HAS BEEN REVISED TO B-3522D. IF THIS E.C.R. IS APPROVED DRAWING B-3522D WILL BECOME THE NEW CURRENT DRAWING FOR PRODUCTION/PURCHASING PURPOSES.NONOYES YES BUT ONLY AS AN OPTION TO EXISTING COMPONENTS.NOYES MORRIS BISHAY HAD A PLATE INSTALLED FOR FORM FIT AND FUNCTION AND REPORTS THAT IT WORKS O.K. PLATE DOES TOUCH TANK SLIGHTLY WHEN ROTATATED BUT THIS SHOULD NOT BE A PROBLEM. NO OTHER TEST ARE REQUIRED. THE INTEGRITY OF THE DESIGN IS NOT COMPROMISED BY THE CHANGE IN THE SHAPE OF THE PLATE. OK D.D.G. 8/06/2001 DRAWING B-3522D IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE OF NEW PLATES.RM 08/06/2001OK MS 8/06/01DN 8-6-01 cd 8/7/01ok am 08/06/01DTG 8/6/01HMS 8.6.018/6/20018/6/2001Completed 8/06/2001 D.D.G. 
edit 8/16/200145CE8/16/2001NoNo550 X 64" Low Vertical167--Modify the lid on the mold so that it will be able to take an 18" McPhee lid.CEEP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\500LV.ckdDavid Kelly wishes to have this as an option.NoYesYesYesYes - to be done in houseNoNo NoNoNoON HOLD-- Cost not justifiedHTB 11-27-01CE - 8/16/01 RM-08/16/2001 Per David Kelly, Todd is modifying the design to add a "dog bone" to the top of the tank. CE (8.24.01)DBK 11-27-01DN 8-29-01am 08/18/01DTG 8/20HMS 9.13.019/13/20019/13/2001On Hold - 
edit 8/16/200146CE8/16/2001NoNoAll industrial tanks and complicated ag tanksVariousLeave plain fittings installed during shipment. Down pipe assemblies and overhung fittings should still be removed.DAO Dale Givens asked me to initiate this. Also, from my records over the last 3 years there have been only been 2 field qualities at Marked Tree from leaving the fittings installed, and one of these was due to leaving the down pipe installed. The other one could have been avoided by Snyder personnel.NoYesYesYesNoNoNo NoNoNoImplemented CE (8.24.01) RM 03/13/2002 DN 8-29-01am 08/18/01DTG 9/4/01HMS 3.1.02 USING NEW PROCEEDURE AND EXCEPTIONS 3/10/2005Implemented by production 3/13/02 - DAO 3/10/05 
edit 8/23/200147DDG8/24/2001NONOSQUARE STACKABLE 330 GALLON TANK.66145MODIFY 1 EXISTING DOG HOUSE (DOGHOUSE FROM SET #1 120 SQUARE STACKABLE MOLD BOTTOM) BY MOVING THE TUBULATION AND REAR SURFACE OF THE DOGHOUSE FORWARD 3.0".DDG THIS DOGHOUSE IS COMPATABLE WITH MOLD SET #6 AND WILL BE USED WITH SET #6 TO MAKE TANKS FOR TESTING THE NEW SQUARE STACKABLE BASE WITH THE VALVE MOVED FORWARD TO ALLOW EASIER HOSE CONNECTION. WE WILL ALSO BE TESTING THE USE OF THE EXISTING BASE AND VALVE COMBINGATIONS TO INSURE THE DOGHOUSE MODIFICATION WILL BE ACCEPTABLE FOR ALL SQUARE STACKABLES IN THE FUTURE. SHOULD IT BE NECESSARY TO RUN BOTH 120 GALLON MOLDS WE COULD USE THE DOGHOUSE FROM SET #6 WITH THE SET #1 BOTTOM SECTION FOR 120 GALLON TANKS. THIS STILL GIVES US THE ABILITY TO KEEP 7 SETS OF TOOLS RUNNING AT ALL TIMES BUT WE CANNOT RUN 8 SETS LIKE WE CURRENTLY ARE ABLE TO DO IF BOTH 120 GALLON MOLDS ARE BEING RUN.NONOT AT THIS TIME.NOT AT THIS TIME.NOT AT THIS TIME.YES SEE DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE.NONO NONOYES DOT TESTING REQUIRED FOR NEW BASE AND EVALUATE CHANGES TO EXISTING BASES TO DETERMINE EXTENT OF TESTING NEEDED.Work order was sent to mold maintenance to modify this mold 8/30/2001.OK D.D.G. 8/23/2001RM 08/30/2001OK MS 8/23/01cd-8/23/01 dn 8-29-01OK 08/28/01 AMDTG 8/23/01HMS 8.24.01 9/12/2001Mold maintenance upon further inspection found that set #6 standard doghouse and set #1 120 doghouse were not the same. They contacted Mike S. and received permission to use the standard doghouse for set #1 for the required modifications. This reduces the number of mold sets currently available for production of current standard tanks to 6 sets. Both 120 molds are still available for production. Mold maintenance has completed the modification. ECR is completed. 
edit 8/28/200148DDG9/7/2001NONOP/N 354059-VALVE BALL BANJO VFMT200FPSH "IS A BANJO 2" MALE THREAD BY 2" MALE ADAPTER 6 BOLT FULL PORT STUBBY VALVE WITH VITON GASKETS" P/N 354060-VALVE BALL BJ VFMT200FPSH/EPDM "IS A BANJO 2" MALE THREAD BY 2" MALE ADAPTER 6 BOLT FULL PORT STUBBY VALVE WITH EPDM GASKETS"354059, 354060REQUEST FROM MIKE SPURRIER TO REMOVE ALL 6 BOLT BANJO FULL PORT VALVES FROM OUR SYSTEM AND USE 4 BOLT FULL PORT VALVES INSTEAD.DDG REDUCE QUANITY OF COMPONENTS BEING STOCKED AND COST OF INVENTORY. REPLACE TWO VALVES WITH EITHER VITON OR EPDM GASKETS WITH ONE VALVE THAT HAS ALL TEFLON SEALS.NOCUTSHEETS FOR THESE VALVE ASSEMBLIES WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE IBC MANUAL IN P) DRIVE.NONE THAT I AM AWARE OF.NONOI AM NOT AWARE OF ANY CUSTOMER SPECIFICATION TANKS WHICH REQUIRE THESE VALVES. IF YOU ARE AWARE OF ANY PLEASE LET ME KNOW IMMEDIATELY. OTHERWISE NO CUSTOMER APPROVAL SHOULD BE NEEDED.NO. THE CURRENT COSTS LISTED IN 4TH SHIFT FOR THE VALVES INVOLVED ARE 354059 @ $21.40, 354060 @ $21.60, AND 354087 @ $19.64 WE WILL SAVE $1.76 TO $1.96 FOR EACH VALVE WE REPLACE WITH P/N 354087. NO, THE VALVE TO BE USED IS ALREADY IN OUR SYSTEM. THE ASSEMBLY P/N IS 3471161 FOR THE FOUR BOLT FULL PORT ALL TEFLON SEALS VALVE. WE DO NOT HAVE A P/N IN THE SYSTEM FOR THIS ASSEMBLY WITH THE BALL DRILLED FOR H2O2 APPLICATIONS. ONE WILL NEED TO BE ADDED IF WE NEED IT. MARKETING-SHOULD WE ADD IT NOW?CURRENT INVENTORY ACCORDING TO FOURTH SHIFT NUMBERS IS 137 EACH P/N354059 AND 108 EACH OF P/N 354060. I WOULD RECOMMEND THAT WE PHASE OUT THE USE OF THESE VALVES UNLESS WE CAN RESTOCK THEM WITH BANJO WHICH I DOUBT. THE VALVES ARE USED ON EACH MEGATAINER CURRENTLY BUT CURRENT SALES OF MEGATAINERS WOULD TAKE QUITE SOME TIME TO USE UP THE STOCK. WE COULD MARK THE VALVES AS BEING PHASED OUT IN 4TH SHIFT. THIS WILL ALLOW THEM TO BE ENTERED ON ORDERS UNTIL THE STOCK IS DEPLETED BUT WILL NOT ALLOW REORDERS TO BE PLACED. THEN WHEN STOCK IS DEPLETED WE CAN REMOVE THE ITEMS FROM THE B.O.M'S. PURCHASING CAN WE RETURN STOCK TO BANJO?NOI have changed the status in 4th shift for P/N's 354059, 354060, 347532,347533, and 347619 to (p) for being phased out. This will hopefully prevent the purchase of more of these valves. 9/06/2001 D.D.G. As of 10/30/2001 4th Shift inventory level is 93 each P/N354059 and 86 each P/N 354060. As of 3/4/2002 4th Shift inventory level is 93 each P/N354059 and 71 each P/N 354060. As of 5/29/2002 4th Shift inventory level is 65 each P/N 354059 and 38 each P/N 354060. As of 2/12/2003 4th Shift inventory level is 45 each P/N 354059 and 3 each P/N 354060.D.D.G. 8/29/2001 APPROVEDRM 08/30/2001OK MS 9-4-01CD-8/29/01-WE NEED TO USE UP SOME INVENTORY FIRSTam 08/29/01 - inventory to be used in megatainers @phillipi???Sent e-mail to Alan requesting inventory levels to make sure we will not have obsolete issues. DTG 9/27HMS 9.12.01 INVENTORY SHOULD BE RETURNED TO VENDOR EVEN IF IT WE HAVE TO INVEST A SMALL AMOUNT OF LABOR OR A RESTOCKING FEE 4/25/2003The inventory of all existing stock has been depleted and as soon as the remaining stock tanks with the valves are sold the P/N can be removed from 4th shift. 
edit 8/29/200149DDG9/7/2001NONO2" CONTECH S.S. BALL VALVES354044, 354070REMOVE THESE VALVES FROM OUR SYSTEM. WE NOW USE THE BANJO 2" S.S. STUBBY VALVES AND HAVE NOT USED A CONTECH VALVE ON ANY ORDER SINCE WE STARTED 4TH SHIFT ACCORDING TO AUDIT TRAIL FOR EACH P/N.DDG TO ELIMINATE UNUSED COMPONENTS. TO AVOID SALES ACCIDENTALLY SELLING AN OBSOLETED PRODUCT WHEN A BETTER ALTERNATIVE IS AVAILABLE.NOCUTSHEETS FOR THE ASSEMBLIES WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE IBC MANUAL ON P) DRIVE.NONENONENONENONO NO WILL USE BANJO S.S. STUBBY VALVES INSTEAD OF CONTECH VALVES. P/N'S ALREADY EXIST FOR THE BANJO VALVES AND VALVE ASSEMBLIES.P/N 354044 - NONE IN STOCK P/N 354070 - 3 IN STOCK. SUGGEST WE MOVE THOSE TO THE OUTLET STORE TO SELL.NO D.D.G. 8/29/2001 - APPROVEDRM 08/30/2001OK MS 9-04-01CD-8/29/01am 08/29/01DTG 8/31HMS 8.24.019/5/20019/5/20019/05/2001 D.D.G. - All P/N's for these valves and valve assemblies have been changed from active to obsolete. I have requested by e-mail that Diane handle transfer of the three obsolete valves to the outlet store to be sold. The valve assembly P/N's have been removed from the Parent B.O.M.'s for I.B.C.'s. The cutsheets have been moved from the IBC manual to the obsolete cutsheet folder in fileserver-industrial. ECR is completed. 
edit 8/29/200150DDG9/7/2001NONOALL NEXT GENERATION AND NEXT GENERATION TRANSPAK TANKS IN 60 AND 120 GALLON SIZES MADE FROM THE FOUR NEXT GEN. TANK MOLDS.63527,63537,635371,63637,636371,63654,636541,63695,63595,63615,636151,63627,636271,63655,63657,64037, 640371, 636571PER A CUSTOMER REQUEST BILL ANDERSON WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ONE OF THE TWO ANGLED 2" REPLACEABLE BUNGS ON THE TOP OF THE NEXT GENERATION TANK MOLDS REPLACED BY A 2" REPLACEABLE BUNG WHICH WOULD BE STRAIGHT INSTEAD OF ANGLED. (THREADED OPENING FROM TOP TO BOTTOM OF BUNG WOULD BE PARALLEL WITH THE VERTICAL CENTER LINE OF THE TANK. THE BUNG LOCATION ON THE TOP OF THE TANK WOULD REMAIN THE SAME AND THE BUNG HEIGHT OF THE NOW FLAT SURFACE WOULD BE THE SAME AS THE HIGH SIDE OF THE EXISTING ANGLED BUNGS TO INSURE THE AVAILABLE VOLUME REMAINS THE SAME. IT WOULD BE NECESSARY TO INSURE THAT THE NEW BUNG LOCATION NOT ENCROACH ON THE AVAILABLE SPACE CURRENTLY AVAILABLE TO SPIN THE GEM CAP ON THE FILLNECK. I RECOMMEND THE "FRONT BUNG" BE MODIFIED. THIS WOULD MEAN THE REMAINING ANGLED BUNG WOULD BE 90� COUNTER CLOCKWISE FROM THE STRAIGHT BUNG WHEN LOOKING DOWN ON TOP OF THE TANK FROM ABOVE.DDGP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\ECR-50 RMP QUOTE & PURCHASE REQ. & MOLD M. WORK O..docSOME NEXT GEN. CUSTOMERS ARE FILLING THESE CONTAINERS ON AUTOMATIC FILL LINES USING A 2" DIAMETER STAB TUBE WHICH IS INSERTED THROUGH THE 2" BUNG. THE ANGLED BUNG MAKES IT MORE DIFFICULT TO DO THIS AUTOMATIC PROCESS WITHOUT THE STAB TUBE CONTACTING OR HANGING UP ON THE SIDES OF THE REPLACEABLE BUNG.NOYES ALL CUTSHEETS FOR TANKS WOULD NEED TO BE UPDATED TO SHOW THE NEW STRAIGHT BUNG LOCATION.YESYESYES - FOUR MOLD TOPS FOR THE FOUR NEXT GEN TANK MOLDS WOULD NEED TO BE MODIFIED. WE COULD DO THIS IN HOUSE AND THE COSTS WOULD BE APPROXIMATELY 24 TOTAL HOURS OF MOLD MAINTENANCE LABOR AND ABOUT $400.00 SWAG FOR MOLD COMPONENTS. ADDITIONAL COST WOULD BE TO HAVE THE MOLD TOPS FOR THE TWO MOLDS AT MARKED TREE SENT HERE FOR MOLD MAINTENANCE TO CHANGE SHOULD NOT NEED ENTIRE MOLD IF TWO TOPS COULD BE BOLTED TOGETHER AND SENT WITHOUT ANY INSERTS IN PLACE. RECOMMEND THEY SHOULD BE BOXED IN A WOODEN BOX AND INSURED FOR REPLACEMENT VALUE OF $5000.00 EACH.NONO YES MOLD COMPONENTS ONE TIME COST ESTIMATED AT ABOUT $400.00 UPDATE ON COST QUOTE FROM RMP ON 8/30/2001 (8:00 A.M.) TO PROVIDE ISOLATED BUNG RISERS. $135.00 EA. X 4 = $540.00 NEW ESTIMATED TOTAL COST IS $750.00NO- SELL ALL TANKS IN INVENTORY THEN USE NEW MOLD DESIGN FOR FUTURE TANKS.CHECK OUT THICKNESS IN AREA WHERE BUNG JOINS TANK TOP SURFACE TO BE SURE IT IS THICK ENOUGH. 15 PSIG PRESSURE TEST FOR D.O.T. PURPOSES.A work order was sent to A.M. on 9/04/2001 for mold maintenance to modify the 4 mold tops. A purchase requisiton was sent to purchasing on 9/04/2001 to order the four isolations for the replaceable bungs from Rivers Metal Products. An e-mail was sent 9/04/2001 to Melvin W., Todd B. and Cullen E. @ Marked tree to have them handle sending the two tank mold lid sections only to Lincoln to be modified. These documents can be viewed by clicking on hyperlink above. Mold maintenance is to notify me when the mold modifications are completed so all cutsheets and drawings can be completed. Molds are completed and I am working on drawings. 10/29/2001 D.D.G.D.D.G. OK 8/29/2001RM 08/30/2001BA OK 9/04/2001 (SIGNED FOR B.A. BY D.D.G. PER HIS INSTRUCTION)DN 8-29-01am 08/29/01Bill said that any existing inventory can be mixed with new style until exhausted. DTG 9/4/01HMS 8.31.0110/23/200110/30/2001All four mold tops have been modified and are now being run. U.N. testing has been completed. All drawings for tanks have been modified. 
edit 9/12/200152DDG9/12/2001YESYESAM-CY 110 GALLON MINIBULK2815, 28152, 28150012, 28150022, 2816THE AM-CY 110 MINIBULK IS NOW THE PROPERTY OF BASF. THIS ECR IS TO INSTALL TWO BASF ENGRAVED LOGO PLATES PERMANENTLY INTO EACH OF THE FOUR MOLDS PER DRAWINGS B5685 AND B5686. TO REMOVE THE "2000" YEAR ENGRAVINGS WHICH ARE PERMANENTLY WELDED INTO THE MOLDS AND REPLACE THEM WITH BLANK PLATES PER DRAWING B5685 AND TO REMOVE THE MACA 75 ENGRAVINGS AND REPLACE THEM WITH BLANK PLATES PER DRAWING B5685.DDGP:\Lincoln\Quality\ECR_drawings_pics\ECR-52 DRAWINGS, WORK ORDERS, REQUISITIONS.docUPDATE MOLDS FOR NEW CUSTOMER BY ADDING CUSTOMER LOGO. UPDATE MOLDS FOR NEW PRODUCTION BEYOND YEAR "2000". UPDATE MOLDS TO REFLECT THE FACT THAT THESE PARTS ARE NO LONGER "MACH 75" APPROVED.NOYES UPDATE DRAWINGS AND ADD INKING.NONEYES NEW MODIFICATION DRAWINGS B5685 AND B5686YES, AS INDICATED BY REQUEST AND SHOWN ON DRAWING B5685.YES. BILL ANDERSON TO GET CUSTOMER APPROVAL.MARKETING? MOLD COMPONENTS AS LISTED AND ADD INK TO BOM.MARKETING?NONE9/17/2001 - D.D.G. - SENT PURCHASE REQUISITION (RMP) TO CURT FOR 8 EACH BLANK PLATES FOR BASF ENGRAVING PLATES. - SENT PURCHASE REQUISITION TO CURT FOR 8 EACH BLANK PLATES TO BE ENGRAVED BY LETTERGUIDE. - SENT WORK ORDER TO ALAN M. FOR MOLD MAINTENANCE TO PERFORM ALL MOLD MODIFICATIONS FOR THIS ECR INCLUDING INSTALLATION OF ENGRAVED PLATES. - ORDER RECEIVED FROM BASF FOR 304 TANK ASSEMBLIES P/N 28150012. BASF ENGRAVED PLATES RECEIVED AND GIVEN TO MOLD MAINTENANCE OCT. 3, 2001.D.D.G. APPROVED 9/12/2001. NO ENGINEERING REASON NOT TO PROCEED WITH THESE MODIFICATIONS.RM 09/14/2001ok B. Anderson (by D.D.G.) 9/13/2001O.K. D. Nouss. Where will the modifications be done? Cd 9/13/01 Curt-Mold maintenance will do all modifications.ok am 09/12/01DTG 9/27HMS 9.17.01 10/29/2001Molds and drawings have been completed and are being run in Marked Tree. 
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