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    510! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

    510!


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    Vane anemometer

    I just started looking into purchasing a vane anemometer. Anyone have any suggestions, or anything to stay away from? Thanks.
  3. Thread: New from NY

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    I just graduated myself this past August. Just...

    I just graduated myself this past August. Just remember that everyone knows more than you, and absorb everything you can while working, even if it seems menial. There are still things to be learned.
  4. Thread: New Member

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    How did you get started in that random collection?

    How did you get started in that random collection?
  5. Thread: What next?

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    Anyone can pass the core without prep, but...

    Anyone can pass the core without prep, but without school or studying, it would take a miracle to pass the heat pump test.
  6. Sticky: I graduated from the tech school in my area this...

    I graduated from the tech school in my area this past September and I am glad I decided to go there. At my company now it's about a 60/40 split with the majority of people going to community college,...
  7. Thread: zoning

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    Agreed. If your system has one, sensor should be...

    Agreed. If your system has one, sensor should be mounted in a duct before the damper or in the bypass if there is one. They can pick up radiant heat from the strips if in the direct line of sight.
  8. We had a rep from Lennox in the other day, and...

    We had a rep from Lennox in the other day, and any trace elements of Rx-11 in an under warranty compressor will void the warranty.

    He said the engineers now say to use R-22 to flush linesets....
  9. Thread: What next?

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    Yeah I think NATE is the way to go. At my company...

    Yeah I think NATE is the way to go. At my company they increase your pay for passing and it definitely looks good to put that on your résumé.
  10. I love my Garmin dude I have never had any...

    I love my Garmin dude I have never had any problems with it before. I do hate when the robot says "recalculating" though.
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    I wear Timberland Pros and I love them. Really...

    I wear Timberland Pros and I love them. Really comfortable and lightweight.
  12. Sticky: At my company we have a department dedicated...

    At my company we have a department dedicated completely to starting new homes up. We don't install the equipment, we go out when the house is almost completely finished and wire everything up,...
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    Yeah it's just a 10 hour course where they will...

    Yeah it's just a 10 hour course where they will probably show a few slideshows, videos and stuff. When I took it there was also a small, very easy test at the end of everything. I took it when I was...
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    I do right around 16 miles each way to and from...

    I do right around 16 miles each way to and from our shop. And all installers at our company get their own vans or box trucks to take home.
  15. Thread: company name

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    I always thought company names that ended with...

    I always thought company names that ended with "Services" or "Mechanical" made contractors sound more professional and trustworthy than "Air."
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    New Member from Las Vegas

    Just wanted to introduce myself here.

    My name is Dan and I'm a rookie HVAC tech in Las Vegas. I attended trade school for 9 months prior to getting the job I have now at a company called Sierra...
  17. Thread: Classy

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    Installer was a big roller coaster fan!

    Installer was a big roller coaster fan!
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