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TGO

Joined on March 20, 2004

Last Post on July 21, 2009

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He must have

@ September 25, 2005 2:49 PM in Going on an interview

been hired on the spot and put to work right away. Been too dog tired to even type a few lines. Why else would he keep us in suspence? To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

He must have

@ September 25, 2005 2:47 PM in Going on an interview

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Hey Enthapygal

@ September 20, 2005 9:12 PM in lack of cooling

Chill out ;-) - sorry couldn't resist Why not start up some of those trainers sitting in the back of the room? At least the HVAC lab would be cool. To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Hey Enthapygal

@ September 20, 2005 9:10 PM in lack of cooling

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Interview tips

@ September 20, 2005 9:06 PM in Going on an interview

1) Be early 2) Bring a pen 3) Wear neat, clean clothing 4) Get a haircut - shave or trim your facial hair 5) Polish your shoes 6) DON"T try to BS in the interview 7) Ask some questions about the company, the people you might get to work with and the work you would be expected to do. 8) Be polite to everyone you speak to - a lot of managers get input from everyone you meet on the way in. Good Luck! To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Interview tips

@ September 20, 2005 9:00 PM in Going on an interview

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Hey Professor

@ September 19, 2005 11:21 PM in Cut sheets

Don't you ever sleep ;-) To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Hey Professor

@ September 19, 2005 11:20 PM in Cut sheets

> Short for Cutaway, Jeff.
>
> Have a good night...

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Buderus shows

@ September 9, 2005 11:15 PM in Buderus GB142 LWCO Location

the LWC in the return piping from the indirect above the boiler with no valves between the LWC and the wall hung heater. Too bad they didn't build a LWC into the unit itself. To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Fuel Prices

@ August 31, 2005 5:52 PM in Gas is $3.41 here this AM (SE)

Diesel Fuel Tues AM 2.89 a Gallon Diesel Fuel Tues PM 3.39 a Gallon Diesel Fuel Wend AM 3.49 a Gallon Diesel Fuel Wend PM AFRAID TO LOOK! To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Steam boilers

@ August 25, 2005 4:33 PM in A Question for Steamheads

Hi Mike, On oil fired systems (what I see most of) the problem is underfiring older boilers. The service techs reduce the nozzle size and the house no longer heats properly. The customer is then told to convert to FWH cause "steam don't work". When doing service on these systems we will bring the firing rate up to match the connected load and check/repair the venting. When doing a replacemant, we will oversize a boiler (slightly) and then underfire it to match the load of the connected radiation as closely as possable. You can check with the manufactures to find how far down you can go without problems on their boilers. To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Steam boilers

@ August 25, 2005 4:22 PM in A Question for Steamheads

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No Rule of thumb

@ August 21, 2005 4:06 PM in Cast Iron Radiators

That I know of, however it is easy enough to get the exact output of the radiators. Go to the left toolbar and click on books and more. Order a copy of EDR - it has the information you need. To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Thanks for the replys

@ August 19, 2005 8:05 PM in Expansion tank brackets

I have the spiral duct hangers from Murpro along with a bunch of other hangers. Will look for the c-channel clamps. Thanks again To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Thanks for the replys

@ August 19, 2005 8:03 PM in Expansion tank brackets

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Expansion tank brackets

@ August 17, 2005 9:31 PM in Expansion tank brackets

Last week there was a post showing a c-channel bracket that went around a extrol tank - the author was nice enough to give the size and a source. I was not quick enough to save the information. Anyone know where to get these? Thanks To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

@ August 17, 2005 7:44 PM in Quick Quiz answers

Did I miss the posting? Anyone have the answers? Thanks To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Thanks Eugene

@ August 16, 2005 9:35 PM in A/C Loads and generators

The info you provided will be quite helpfull. It seems that people are considering generators that will allow then to operate their houses the same as if the utility were on line. Will compressors be damaged by starting in a low voltage/amperage situation? The draw on start is what concerns me - as you mentioned it is substantionaly higher than the running load. Thanks Tom To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

A/C Loads and generators

@ August 14, 2005 9:00 AM in A/C Loads and generators

When sizing a gererator for use with a CAC system, how do you figure for the draw on start? Are A/C componets likley to be damaged from being powered by a generator? Thanks To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Still made

@ August 9, 2005 10:44 PM in Great \"New\" Tool

But the quality of the metal leaves a lot to be desired. I have snapped the ends off more than one, as well as twist the whole tool. Yours looks like a solid built tool - hold onto it! To Learn More About This Professional, Click Here to Visit Their Ad in "Find A Professional"

Still made

@ August 9, 2005 10:42 PM in Great \"New\" Tool

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Thanks Eugene!

@ August 9, 2005 8:52 PM in New System performance

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