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    This site has provided tons of useful info. Decided to join and say thanks.

    I am a Mechanical Engineering student starting in the HVAC/energy engineering field and HVAC-talk.com has been helpful in locating technical information about the various pieces of equipment utilized by the facilities we are performing energy audits on.

    The discussion boards and search function have also helped me quickly learn terminology and other information that has allowed me to communicate effectively with our clients and their maintenance contractors about the issues I observed during site inspections.

    Thanks and I look forward to learning and contributing.

    Rick Wright

    Energy Engineer
    Abraxas Energy Consulting
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    Last edited by Chris_Worthington; 07-12-2011 at 02:07 PM.

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    Welcome to the site !!!!

    Be sure to read the sites rules..... and....

    I removed your email address

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    welcome,


    we must have failed

    gotta read the rules
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Read them now. A thousand pardons gentlemen. Will follow them from now on.

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    I've been in the HVAC industry since 1970. Started actually working on the company trucks and delivering equipment to sites. I've worked as a residential technician, went to rooftop and small commercial. Worked as a control installation and technician when controls were pneumatic mechanical electrical. Worked as a Start up, Test, and Balance Technician Supervisor for Mechanical Contractors in Dalls, Texas. Worked as a small company Service Manager. Left that and went to work for Snyder General, now MacQuay. Went from there to Trane and been at Trane for 16 years. Starting to get the hang of this Air Conditioning Stuff, and now realize how little I know..............

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwright07 View Post
    I am a Mechanical Engineering student starting in the HVAC/energy engineering field and HVAC-talk.com has been helpful in locating technical information about the various pieces of equipment utilized by the facilities we are performing energy audits on.

    The discussion boards and search function have also helped me quickly learn terminology and other information that has allowed me to communicate effectively with our clients and their maintenance contractors about the issues I observed during site inspections.

    Thanks and I look forward to learning and contributing.

    Rick Wright

    Energy Engineer
    Abraxas Energy Consulting
    Email Address Removed
    Welcome here!

    If you think you have seen a lot just wait til you get into the pro sections!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Vestal View Post
    I've been in the HVAC industry since 1970. Started actually working on the company trucks and delivering equipment to sites. I've worked as a residential technician, went to rooftop and small commercial. Worked as a control installation and technician when controls were pneumatic mechanical electrical. Worked as a Start up, Test, and Balance Technician Supervisor for Mechanical Contractors in Dalls, Texas. Worked as a small company Service Manager. Left that and went to work for Snyder General, now MacQuay. Went from there to Trane and been at Trane for 16 years. Starting to get the hang of this Air Conditioning Stuff, and now realize how little I know..............
    Welcome to you as well!

    Don't be too timid, you can start you're own thread.

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    Being Shy....

    ...I just need to learn how to do it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Vestal View Post
    ...I just need to learn how to do it...
    LOL just playing!

    At the top of each subforum is a button labeled "New Thread". Just click and fill in the blanks.

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    I wish....

    ....I was just playin'.....
    I need to learn about getting around on this site.
    You have a Great Day.......

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