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  1. #1
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    Another Western New Yorker joins!!!

    Hi to all from the Buffalo area,

    Let me take a minute to introduce myself, I have been in the mechaical fields for almost 20 years. Started as an assist to a physicist /electrical engineer/inventor. We specialized in high temperature applications (learned how to make and repair open wound resitive duct heaters). Landed in a plumbing/refrigeration whole sale house (the best crew I ever had the pleasure to work with), left the industry for a bit and am back because I love this industry. Currently working in a sheet metal/ duct work house.

    The knowledge I have learned from reading the posts is great. My goal is to make the contractors life as easy as possible, because NO ONE should be stuck on a roof at 105 (or higher) or 5 (or lower) degrees with the wrong part!

    Once again thanks for all the lessons and laughs ...

  2. #2
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    welcome to the site.

  3. #3
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    Silver Creek, Ny
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    I'll see ya out there!
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  4. #4
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    Welcome here!

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahpwilde View Post
    Hi to all from the Buffalo area,

    Let me take a minute to introduce myself, I have been in the mechaical fields for almost 20 years. Started as an assist to a physicist /electrical engineer/inventor. We specialized in high temperature applications (learned how to make and repair open wound resitive duct heaters). Landed in a plumbing/refrigeration whole sale house (the best crew I ever had the pleasure to work with), left the industry for a bit and am back because I love this industry. Currently working in a sheet metal/ duct work house.

    The knowledge I have learned from reading the posts is great. My goal is to make the contractors life as easy as possible, because NO ONE should be stuck on a roof at 105 (or higher) or 5 (or lower) degrees with the wrong part!

    Once again thanks for all the lessons and laughs ...
    Great to see another guy from the Buffalo area.


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  6. #6
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    Thanks for the welcome!! And yes, nothing better then a chicken wings, beer and Hockey Night in Canada with Don Cherry! (well maybe not this year-lol)

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahpwilde View Post
    Thanks for the welcome!! And yes, nothing better then a chicken wings, beer and Hockey Night in Canada with Don Cherry! (well maybe not this year-lol)
    If you don't mind me asking, what supplier do you work for. I may frequent them.


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