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  1. #118
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    Helen just asked how old the OP is and Tay asked if he is still in Vaterrott???

    Lmao
    Hey be nice....unfortunately I'm a grad from there.

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    Sorry ryan!

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    If he still in Vaterrott, do they have a class in attitude adjustments?

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    Chuck

    I am extremely jealous!

    I have spent the last 3 work days training our second year apprentice on fulton pulse boilers!
    He is sharp!
    Smart, hard working and has a great attitude!
    By friday he will bw able to run any fulton pulse boiler call!
    His stock is rising at our shop and around town!

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    Lmao



    Quote Originally Posted by freonrick View Post
    If he still in Vaterrott, do they have a class in attitude adjustments?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Mech View Post
    Funny thread. 17 years in the trade, work for Trane, still maintain equipment for proper operation and buildings for proper performance.

    Dude, unless your banging duct together, your maintaining equipment.
    I work for a manufacturer also and I run about 10-15 service calls a year. The rest of that time is spent maintaining the equipment at the accounts I am charged with taking care of. I log everything, measure everything, develop trends for everything, and as a result I can spot big problems while they are still little problems. I generate enough work out of my own accounts and those few service calls a year to keep me very busy! When I'm not doing that, I'm cleaning, calibrating, or testing something. I could be cleaning coils on a small air-cooled chiller or calibrating the oil pressure control on a monster centrifugal chiller. It is all maintenance and it's the most important work you can do in this trade, IMO.
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

    -Thomas Jefferson

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    Ryan
    I was an instructor at vaterott
    From 1990-1992 in KC.

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    Ryan
    I am sure vatterott is a fine school.
    You turned out fine!

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    Yeah
    What rob said!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    His stock is rising at our shop and around town!
    That's funny. At the last company I worked for, that was what we said whenever someone quit or got fired "Oh well, our stock just went up" LOL
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    Chuck

    I am extremely jealous!

    I have spent the last 3 work days training our second year apprentice on fulton pulse boilers!
    He is sharp!
    Smart, hard working and has a great attitude!
    By friday he will bw able to run any fulton pulse boiler call!
    His stock is rising at our shop and around town!
    It's been at least 5 years since I've worked on a Fulton Pulse boiler. Fun stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrHVA View Post
    So, the advice is put my head down, be humble, shut my mouth, listen up and do what your told, my time will come. Got it!

    Thanks.......but no thanks.

    A lot of jealous people on here but it's ok.

    I'll let everone know when i get promoted.
    Keep us posted! I can't wait to hear when you get promoted from grill to drive through. We have arrogant mouthy know it all fsticks pass through every once in a while. It is a good laugh. My favorites pass through all the companies (aka get fired) then end up at some hack shop that is the last shop around to work at and pretend it is soooo great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freonrick View Post
    If he still in Vaterrott, do they have a class in attitude adjustments?
    Haha they do, it's called graduation!!!!

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