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4 Ways HVAC Manufacturer’s Reps Add Value to Commercial Building Projects
By Shane Lafleur on September 15, 2020

Design engineers, contractors, and facilities teams have a lot on their plates, juggling projects while attempting to keep pace with rapidly...

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PDH Credits Available: Taco Tuesday Training Series
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on August 13, 2020

There is always new information to dive into in any industry. New concepts come to light, technology evolves, new products are developed, and it...

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6 Benefits of Air Curtains for your Restaurant
By Kelly Patterson on August 4, 2020

As a restaurant owner, we understand your customers are your priority! That is why we want to help keep your customers comfortable and have the...

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How Smart is Your VFD?
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on July 22, 2020

The world is getting smarter and smarter every year, and the HVAC industry isn’t blind to that. Mechanical rooms are starting to become more...

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Six On-Demand Webinars from Schwank
By Kelly Patterson on July 10, 2020

In-person PDH credits are hard to come by these days.  That's why our manufacturing partner, Schwank is offering convenient, on-demand webinars...

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MetraSeal Pipe Penetration Seal Product Overview
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on July 8, 2020

Metraflex has created a great gold mine of resources in their YouTube mini-series, “Essential Product Knowledge…From a Distance.” Episode Twelve...

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Everything You Need to Know About Delegated Design
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on June 23, 2020

Metraflex keeps their educational mini-series going with Episode Eleven, hosted by Metraflex’s Engineering Manager, Marty Rogin. Marty takes less...

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MetraPak Expansion Joint Product Overview
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on June 17, 2020

Metraflex has quite a long list of commercial HVAC system solutions, recently highlighted in their product knowledge video mini-series. Episode...

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Anchor Load Calculations and Guide Spacing Requirements
By Kaitlyn Sheaves on June 10, 2020

If you do not guide, then your joints will not last. When guided incorrectly, the joints can overextend, leading to significant damage. This means...

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