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Alan R. Mercurio

Alan R. Mercurio

Joined on October 2, 2004

Last Post on May 1, 2014

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Done

@ May 1, 2014 9:37 PM in Please take this survey

Glad to help and appreciate the opportunity to provide input.

Amen!

@ January 28, 2014 11:03 AM in Happy Birthday Dan Holohan

"It is plainly evident that the world needs more people like Dan Holohan"
Amen to that!

Happy Birthday Dan Holohan

@ January 27, 2014 7:38 AM in Happy Birthday Dan Holohan

Happy Birthday Dan! May your day and years ahead be filled with good times, love and happiness!

Thanks

@ November 1, 2013 6:11 PM in CSST

Thanks for the info Tim. You Rock! 
By the way I got your email and I hope to get caught up on replying to emails this weekend. it's not even that cold and I'm working 60 to 70 hours a week.

Re:CSST

@ October 31, 2013 6:06 PM in CSST

Good Question! I’m not sure but I’d think either would lead to corrosion perhaps the salt water would have an adverse effect in a shorter amount of time? Being this was a New England Marketer I suppose it could have been either.

CSST

@ October 31, 2013 4:55 PM in CSST

I got this in an email from a friend and associate in the business and wanted to share it with all of you that may work with CSST.


[The following information appeared in Joe Rose’s PGANE Weekly Membership Update, and we wanted to alert you. 


I wanted to bring something to your attention that is concerning.  It has been reported by a New England marketer that in the last week they have run into identical problems where a house has not held pressure during a leak test.  What was found was both of these had flood damage and the gas lines were submerged during last year's floods!  The water got inside the jacket of the CSST gas pipe and eventually corroded the pipe.  I recommend alerting all customers who had flooding and urge them to have all wrapped gas piping tested and possibly replaced if it has flooded in the recent past.


This is the first time I had heard about this and wanted to pass it along!   Maybe at a minimum add this to your duty to warn mailing.]

CSST

@ October 31, 2013 4:34 PM in CSST

I got this in an email from a friend and associate in the business and wanted to share it with all of you that may work with CSST.


[The following information appeared in Joe Rose’s PGANE Weekly Membership Update, and we wanted to alert you. 



I wanted to bring something to your attention that is concerning.  It has been reported by a New England marketer that in the last week they have run into identical problems where a house has not held pressure during a leak test.  What was found was both of these had flood damage and the gas lines were submerged during last year's floods!  The water got inside the jacket of the CSST gas pipe and eventually corroded the pipe.  I recommend alerting all customers who had flooding and urge them to have all wrapped gas piping tested and possibly replaced if it has flooded in the recent past.



This is the first time I had heard about this and wanted to pass it along!   Maybe at a minimum add this to your duty to warn mailing.]

Re:Heat loss calculation software

@ September 23, 2013 12:16 PM in Heat loss calculation software

This might be of some help to you.
http://www.codeweavers.com/products/

Re:#6 Fuel Oil Pumps

@ July 22, 2013 2:46 PM in #6 Fuel Oil Pumps

You could try the Buy, Sell, Barter Section here on HH.Com Just a thought.

Happy Birthday Dan Foley

@ May 28, 2013 7:57 AM in Happy Birthday Dan Foley

Enjoy your day my friend and may it be followed by many more great days ahead.

Re: Congrats,Alan Mercurio

@ May 20, 2013 8:09 PM in Congrats,Alan Mercurio

Thanks HR! Love to you and the family my friend! :-)

Re: Congrats,Alan Mercurio

@ May 20, 2013 7:12 AM in Congrats,Alan Mercurio

Frank and Bill, Thank you for your kind words. :-)

Re: Congrats,Alan Mercurio

@ May 20, 2013 7:12 AM in Congrats,Alan Mercurio

Frank and Bill, Thank you for your kind words. :-)

Re: Congrats,Alan Mercurio

@ May 19, 2013 4:32 PM in Congrats,Alan Mercurio

Thanks guys and Thanks so much to our friends at Mechanical-Hub  for the privilege to share parts of my life and career with them and our friends in the industry.

Happy Birthday My Friend

@ January 27, 2013 11:24 AM in Happy birthday, Dan Holohan!

Happy Birthday, Dan! May you enjoy your day and years ahead with that ever growing beautiful family of yours!!  :)

Possible cause...

@ January 26, 2013 12:15 PM in my bacharach insight won't turn on! help!

Was it left out in your service vehicle exposed to the extreme cold temps? If so it may have had moister the has frozen up the filter and or the pump. I would disconnect the hose let the analyzer sit it the warmth for a little bit and then retry starting it. If it was not exposed to the freezing temps I’d send it in for service or at least call Bacharach (On Monday) concerning your issue.

Date?

@ January 5, 2013 10:00 PM in 2013 Long Island BIG UGLY....who's in?????

MD, You have a date in mind? Please let me know. Thanks

Smith Boiler

@ December 3, 2012 4:27 PM in Hb smith

James is it possible that this a GB300 ? If so I have attached the specs if not let me know and I'll keep hunting for you.

My take on this...

@ August 28, 2012 3:55 PM in Outdoor reset vs. Aquasmart

First for those who may not be aware of this I’d like to point out that the AquaSmart is capable of both ODR or IDR If you have a boiler with a coil then I would want to utilize the IDR function.

To be honest and this is just my opinion I think it’s 6 of one half a dozen of another sort of speak. The outdoor reset via sensor is going to dictate a higher boiler temp during colder weather, right? And lower boiler temps during warmer weather. A device such as the AquaSmart when utilizing the IDR function is building an algorithm (sp?) based on how quickly or slowly the boilers water temperature is being stripped. So naturally on a colder day it will be stripped faster. When the temperature is being stripped away slower the device is going to determine that there is some usable energy left in the boiler available for the next call for heat. This will hold off the burner from coming on. Repeating these cycles with this method throughout the year is how the savings is reaped.

I’ve installed many of both and seen similar savings. What’s equally important in my opinion with either set-up is that they are tied to a system that has been properly laid out and installed.

That’s my 2 cents on the subject. I look forward to reading others. :-)

I agree with Steamhead

@ August 19, 2012 12:21 PM in Rinnai E110CP explosive ignition and low heat

If you're going to find some one to help you straighten this out you're at the right place "HeatingHelp.com" Please tell us where are you located?

Thanks Brother!

@ August 2, 2012 9:53 AM in Grand Pappy

The whole crew will have to be in 2013 but I do look forward that and our 2012 annual holiday lunch. Love ya bro!

Thank you Dan.

@ August 1, 2012 3:39 PM in Grand Pappy

Your kind words are also very much appreciated!
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