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HVAC School - For Techs, By Techs

Jul 30, 2020

Our main man, Bill Spohn, joins us again to talk specifically about combustion. He also explains how to select and properly utilize a combustion analyzer.

It's critical to do combustion analysis when you service equipment for the first time or just after installation. We need benchmarks, so that's when our combustion...

Jul 28, 2020

In this short podcast, Bryan shares some of his advice for people looking to get into the trades by starting an HVAC/R career.

When you step into the HVAC/R trade, you must remember that you'll acquire a mix of skills and talents that all work together. You must reflect on yourself and see if you'll be a good fit...

Jul 23, 2020

Jaden Lane joins us to discuss some best practices when using an air flow hood. She also explains how the Dwyer Smart is innovating in the hood space.

An air flow hood is an excellent tool, but we can't just assume that it'll work correctly in any system. Various vents and diffusers can cause different flow patterns to...

Jul 16, 2020

Russ King joins us to discuss simplifying duct design for residential contractors. We focus on using 3D software for duct modeling.

While computers are great tools for duct design, you must be careful with them. Computer technology doesn't correct your mistakes; it allows you to make mistakes more quickly. Russ made...

Jul 9, 2020

Bill Spohn with TruTech Tools joins us to talk about why being “approximately correct” is better than being “exactly wrong” when it comes to test instruments.

When you see a number, that doesn't necessarily mean that you're dealing with a number you're supposed to see. For example, nitric oxide can present as...