A chemical company in Indiana had old fiberglass reinforced fans that had been patched over and over again, sometimes a patch on top of a patch. This was due to budget issues and COVID. These fans vented acid from their process dip tanks and were becoming a major safety concern. Not only were the acid fumes starting to attack the electrical conduit and the building siding of the plant but they were concerned about the ventilation for the air the employees were breathing. The customer called Horner to fabricate stainless steel “no loss” stacks to further increase the efficiency of the fans and to install the new fans. The fans were installed in 16 degree temperature over a weekend. It was a struggle in that temperature with a steady wind but the customer was up and running by Monday. The customer is extremely happy with Horner. Great work to those who participated in this job!