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PMT prep work consisted mainly of applying epoxy to the base of the PMT's and tagging them with labels for quicker reference. PMTs were then handed over to Mitsui workers for installation.

Row of PMTs to be epoxyed
Professor Karwowski prepares to epoxy several PMTs
December 1, 2000

Hugon epoxies a PMT
Professor Karwowski in the middle of an epoxy job
December 1, 2000

Prepped PMT ready for installation
Professor Tornow and Jason move a prepped PMT down onto the scaffolding, where Mitsui workers will install them
December 2, 2000

Werner at the plug entrance
Professor Tornow waits at the plug entrance for the delivery of PMTs from the outside. PMTs that would be installed in the lower half of the cavity were brought in through the plug
December 5, 2000

Removing padding from the PMT boxes
Professor Tornow removes the padding from a PMT box
December 5, 2000

Checking PMTs for their serial numbers
Jason and Professor Karwowski check a PMT for it's serial number
December 5, 2000

Looking for PMTs that need epoxy
Professors Tornow and Karwowski inspect a PMT that needs epoxying
December 6, 2000

PMTs that need epoxy
Professor Karwowski does the epoxy work while Professor Tornow checks another PMT
December 6, 2000

Putting labels on PMTs
Jason attaches easy-to-read labels on the PMTs
December 6, 2000


Next, we're ready for the actual installation!

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Last updated: June 13, 2001
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