College offers hands-on solar panel instruction Print
Wednesday, 29 May 2013 09:19

Derek Fuller of Turpin, Okla., center, and Devon Hagman of Hugoton, Corrosion Technology students at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School, hook up the positive and negative cables to the new solar regulator before taking the D.C. voltage and amperage readings off of the solar regulator. The solar unit and six graphite anodes protect the piping that is tied to the wellhead, meter run building, heater treater unit and the tank on the well pad site at the college. Fanisher Corrosion of Great Bend donated the solar unit to the college. At left is Curt Near, Corrosion Technology program specialist. Courtesy photo

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