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  1. #170
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    Quote Originally Posted by CommanderPyro View Post
    I work for ProMech In Cheswick PA, And I have interest in becoming an apprentice with the union soon. I currently go to CCAC west hills center in Pittsburgh and I am enrolled in Air conditioning. I have had other courses, In Electricity and Refrigeration. I want to get on your website in order to commit myself further to my own education, as well as furthering those whom I may contact with your web-site.
    Welcome to the site.
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    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

  2. #171
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    I am new to the sight. I found out about it from some co-workers and have been hooked ever since. I started out in this field around 16 years ago. I went to college as a health major and quickly realized it was not working. I quit school and took a full time job at the grain mill where I worked summers at. There was an older gentelman that was taking HVAC couses at the local community college and I became intrigued about the field. I enrolled and immediately found a job in the HVAC field that I worked at when I went to school in the evenings. I obtained and associates degree in HVAC Technology. I have always been in the commercial field. The first 8 years of my career were in installation and start up, the rest have been in service. I am NATE certified and factory certified for Trane RTAA, RTAC chillers along with numerous other training. I am currently a supervisor at a large Mechanical Contractor in Pennsylvania.

  3. #172
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    welcome Jabeu
    get pro membership!
    I think the chiller forum will only be available to pros here in a couple days!

    Frank


    Quote Originally Posted by jabeu View Post
    I am new to the sight. I found out about it from some co-workers and have been hooked ever since. I started out in this field around 16 years ago. I went to college as a health major and quickly realized it was not working. I quit school and took a full time job at the grain mill where I worked summers at. There was an older gentelman that was taking HVAC couses at the local community college and I became intrigued about the field. I enrolled and immediately found a job in the HVAC field that I worked at when I went to school in the evenings. I obtained and associates degree in HVAC Technology. I have always been in the commercial field. The first 8 years of my career were in installation and start up, the rest have been in service. I am NATE certified and factory certified for Trane RTAA, RTAC chillers along with numerous other training. I am currently a supervisor at a large Mechanical Contractor in Pennsylvania.

  4. #173
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    i am working on it, trying to build up my posts.
    thanks for the heads up

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabeu View Post
    I am new to the sight. I found out about it from some co-workers and have been hooked ever since. I started out in this field around 16 years ago. I went to college as a health major and quickly realized it was not working. I quit school and took a full time job at the grain mill where I worked summers at. There was an older gentelman that was taking HVAC couses at the local community college and I became intrigued about the field. I enrolled and immediately found a job in the HVAC field that I worked at when I went to school in the evenings. I obtained and associates degree in HVAC Technology. I have always been in the commercial field. The first 8 years of my career were in installation and start up, the rest have been in service. I am NATE certified and factory certified for Trane RTAA, RTAC chillers along with numerous other training. I am currently a supervisor at a large Mechanical Contractor in Pennsylvania.
    Welcome.
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    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

  6. #175
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    new

    I my self have been thought school and have been working for a company 4 13 years i am currently the service manager

  7. #176
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    Welcome Gerald!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    glad to have you!

    how many service techs are you service manager over and what type of work do you do?

    Frank

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerald herr View Post
    I my self have been thought school and have been working for a company 4 13 years i am currently the service manager
    Welcome to the site gerald.
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    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

  9. #178
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    slacker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    slacker!


    Been busy ordering my new AK-47.
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  11. #180
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    glad you did not buy a POS chinese SKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!













    Quote Originally Posted by Tech23 View Post


    Been busy ordering my new AK-47.

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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    glad you did not buy a POS chinese SKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    NOpe...looks like this right now:



    Going to modify it to look like my old one did...see pic below.

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  13. #182
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    dude
    my best friend is selling his with a sh^^&^T load of ammo!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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