150 - Bell and Gossett and the New Little Red School House at the AHR Expo
This week we are talk with Mike Licastro, Training and Education Manager for HVAC and Commercial Business Systems for Bell & Gossett - a division of Xylem Inc. We talk about some of the new products that Bell & Gossett has at the show but then we dive into the renovations at BG's Little Red School House. This is a venue that I have often heard of and is on my engineering bucket list so listed up. Show notes can be found over at www.hvac360.com/150. Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites and as always, Enjoy!
149 - Pearls of Wisdom from ASHRAE 2020 Winter Meeting in Orlando
In this episode I share information that I gathered from the ASHRAE 2020 winter meeting in Orlando. Specifically from the Presidential Press Conference and then some highlights from the Keynote put on by Ed Hochuli, former NFL ref and retired lawyer. Make sure you check out the show notes page at www.hvac360.com/149 for more links. Please consider sharing and enjoy!
148 - AHR Expo 2020 Show Recap Live
The week we are broadcasting live from the Podcast Pavilion at the AHR Expo 2020 in Orlando. In this episode I reminisce about the last show that I attended and talk about the differences that I am seeing. All the vendors and AHR Expo staff have been great and I can't wait to get the interviews put out on the streets. This episode is nice and short, consider helping out the podcast by sharing this episode and spreading the word. Enjoy!
147 - Inside Modine's Testing Facilities
In this week's episode we talk with Dennis Mueller, Engineering Manager for HVAC System in North America and Mike Clement, Test EngineeringSupervisor with Modine Manufacturing about Modine's Testing Facilities. Engineering high quality products is not an accident, nor do they make it to market directly from the engineers drafting boards (ok, computer screens). They have to be tested in real world conditions while under a microscope. Take a peak into this rarely seen world, you might just learn something new. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/147 . If you like it consider sharing this episode with your co-workers and Enjoy.
145 - Ignorant to Informed - Questions to ask when you know nothing
In this episode I take a listener comment and expound upon it a little bit. It all stemmed from a newsletter topic "I'll just look it up online!" about how designers don't just ask a question and part of it is found in the fact that they don't have enough information to start developing questions. They don't know, what they don't know. So the episode is meant to prime the pump for questions. Show notes can be found at www.HVAC360.com/145 . Please consider sharing the episode. Enjoy.
144 - How much do you make as an HVAC Engineer
In this episode I talk not only about cash but I also give some tips for what to expect in a transition and some of the most commonly asked questions. If you know someone who might be interested in this podcast please consider passing it along. Enjoy.
143 - Webinar Summary - Insight into ASHRAE Guideline 36 on High Performance Sequences
This episode summarizes a webinar that I watched regarding high performance sequences put on by Automated Logic Corporation.There is a lot of good stuff in the episode but you really need to study up on the new guideline 36 for the complete information. Please consider sharing this information with others. Show notes are available at www.hvac360.com/143 . Enjoy.
142 - Article Summary - Right Sizing Your Boiler Plant
In this episode I review another article, this time from HPAC Engineering Magazine. I'm always a sucker for good graphics and this one reeled me in. Always on a quest to learn how to optimize boiler plants I read this one and learned a few new things. Consider sharing this episode with other and find the show notes over at www.HVAC360.com/142 . Other than that, Enjoy!