However, based on information from state health professionals and experts at the Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences Toxicology Information Center, the HSLT determined that not all fixtures needed to meet the standards required for drinking water.
At all stages of planning, the HSLT sent updates to the school board so that board members could be aware of the operational challenges and stay involved in decision making.
Parents, staff, and journalists began peppering the HSLT with questions about asbestos, fire alarms and sprinklers, mold, campus security, seismic safety, playground safety, and accessibility for people with disabilities.
Most axial piston motors are HSLT, however, there are some manufacturers who make LSHT versions.
Just like axial-piston motors, the majority of vane-type motors are HSLT; however, there are some LSHT motors with maximum speeds of up to 300 rpm.