ibm netvista m41 (pentium 4 1.8 ghz, 128mb ram, 40gb hdd) Review

The ibm netvista m41 (pentium 4 1.8 ghz, 128mb ram, 40gb hdd) is normally nice. This software can be tricky if not used properly but sometimes it only takes a little bit more time to read the manual first

product short spec: processor: intel pentium 4 (1.8 ghz) ram installed: 128 mb sdram hard drive: 40 gb standard os provided: microsoft windows 2000 professional preinstalled

This item, ibm netvista m41 (pentium 4 1.8 ghz, 128mb ram, 40gb hdd) ,would be fun to have if you had the job of kiln burner. Why would I say this? Well, heres the information: controls periodic, field, or retort kilns to bake clay products, such as brick, sewer pipe, clay refractories, and roofing tile: opens fuel valves and lights gas or oil fire, using oil-soaked stick. seals kiln door with bricks and daubs brick with clay to prevent loss of heat, using trowel. observes thermometer and action of pyrometric cones through peepholes, or removes object from kiln with tongs and examines object to determine rate of burning. turns gas or oil valves and dampers to adjust rate of burning or baking of objects. closes fuel valves and fireboxes, opens kiln-crown holes, and installs fans to cool objects. may be designated according to type of kiln operated as dry-kiln burner (brick & tile); field-kiln burner (brick & tile); retort-kiln burner (brick & tile); or according to product burned as brick-kiln burner (brick & tile); roofing-tile burner (brick & tile).

Doesnt the job kiln burner sounds like it would be fun to use the ibm netvista m41 (pentium 4 1.8 ghz, 128mb ram, 40gb hdd) with? It would be pretty cool to use with it

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