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    COMMERCIAL TECHS NEEDED ATLANTA, GA

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    Come be apart of our rapidly growing team! Entek is a bi-divisional HVAC/R, controls and Building Services company whose footprints can be noted locally, regionally and nationally.

    We are looking for hard working self motivated individuals for local service. Applicants can choose there focus from the following areas:
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    I had no idea there were so many guys with years of chiller experience.

    Most of us commercial guys never see a chiller.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chadtech View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I had no idea there were so many guys with years of chiller experience.

    Most of us commercial guys never see a chiller.


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    Seriously? Or are you joking? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I had no idea there were so many guys with years of centrifugalchiller experience.

    Most of us commercial guys never see a centrifugalchiller.


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    I would agree more with the edits I made. I think most commercial guys don't get to play with the centrifugals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lash View Post
    Seriously? Or are you joking? lol
    No.

    Most commercial is retail. There are literally millions of small strip malls and older malls that have individual HVAC for each store, typically 5 to 10 tons per unit.

    Not a chiller in sight. We have no accounts with chillers. But, we service and install a couple of thousand commercial clients.

    Now, if you only work in a city, and you are a union guy (almost all such work is union in Philly, for example) then yes, you will see chillers every day. My point is that this is not typical for the average commercial tech.

    Thanks for asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    I would agree more with the edits I made. I think most commercial guys don't get to play with the centrifugals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    No.

    Most commercial is retail. There are literally millions of small strip malls and older malls that have individual HVAC for each store, typically 5 to 10 tons per unit.



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    IMO, a lot of those jobs can more or less be considered 'light' commercial.

    A majority of the commercial in this area is hospitals, schools, office buildings, hospitals, schools, high rise appartment/condo's with water source heat pumps, hospitals, schools, and so on.
    And these jobs aren't only union.
    Maybe it's just your area? Or maybe it's just me...lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lash View Post
    IMO, a lot of those jobs can more or less be considered 'light' commercial.

    A majority of the commercial in this area is hospitals, schools, office buildings, hospitals, schools, high rise appartment/condo's with water source heat pumps, hospitals, schools, and so on.
    And these jobs aren't only union.
    Maybe it's just your area? Or maybe it's just me...lol.
    Well, if you want to divide it up into light, medium, and heavy, that's different.

    Commercial retail far outnumbers the schools and hospitals. We also work on the large intellipaks used on office buildings. To me, it is still "commercial."

    Chiller work in philly is mostly LU 420 work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    I would agree more with the edits I made. I think most commercial guys don't get to play with the centrifugals.
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    Guys, I never meant for my job posting to turn into a light, med, heavy commercial debate!! lol At the company I work for we in previous years did lots of commercial bigbox retail work, but have since changed our focus to large commerical office buildings due to the whole reverse bid process on retail side. Why do the work if you can't make money doing it? Anyhow if anyone is interested in a job oppurtunity with this growing small business, please inquire. And chiller experience really isn't a requirement, but definately a PLUS.

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    sorry to hijack your thread!

    i am like db cooper!

    anyhow this post will keep your thread at the top!!!!! LOL


    there is a difference

    light commercial, retail, strip malls, restaurants, apartments, condos, convenience stores.


    commercial boilers, chillers, absorbers, steel pipe, welding, cooling towers, server rooms, large splits, large roof tops etc


    industrial large chillers, large steam boilers, turbines, power houses, process cooling, plants, manufacturers, like general motors, colgate, cerner, industrial instrumentation. etc


    you can be a commercial guy and still work on 2500 ton chillers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    if you are working on a 10,000 ton chiller? even in sears tower? you are most likely a industrial guy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

    i think if you do industrial? you do not need a work van!! or tools to drag around!!


    we did colgate for 35 years
    the guys did not need to bring tools, everything was there
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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