Jelly Fish, in my factory…

Ever seen a jelly fish ? I am sure most of you might have seen it in large water bodies like big rivers, sea and oceans. I remember seeing them at Hooghly river, back waters at Allapuzha and at large Aquariums in Science City.

But this time I was blessed to see one at my factory, that too not in water but flying in air. At the time of maintenance of one of our Tabber machine, I got amazed by the lamp like structure which slowly let out smokes and bubbles into the air. And trying to capture the magical structures that formed when the oil container sprouted white smoke and bubbles all around. And that’s when I accidentally captured this beautiful Jelly fish like structure that came out from the little chimney the little oil tank our factory’s Tabber machine had.

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Now to give a little more knowledge about the Oil tank and its purpose in the Tabber machine. The only purpose its got is to maintain the 350 Celsius temperature throughout the container, which is used for soldering the ribbons to the solar cell at seconds speed.

Well I couldn’t stop myself from posting this wonderful click by me, which actually needs a lot of appreciation, hehe.. 🙂

Peace & Love to all. 😉

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10 Replies to “Jelly Fish, in my factory…”

      1. I expected this one 🙂
        Production Engineers take care of the productions happening, to ensure maximum productions taking place with quality in mind.
        Planning and managing manpower, readying dispatch and keeping 100s of records from machines to productions to raw materials.
        And sending reports, thats all!

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      2. Hehe, achha. 😂
        Ohh, and I remember you said in some previous post that you’ll be writing things about your life and experiences. Ye sab wohi hain? I want to read more about you na. 😃

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