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Building HVAC Science covers a broad array of topics in building science and HVAC diagnostics, as well as human comfort, health, and safety. Hosted by HVAC measurement and building performance expert Bill Spohn, this show will take a deep dive into all things that relate to buildings and people in the built environment. This show is a production of TruTech Tools
 
Eric Stromquist and Ken Smyers ,from Controltrends.org and the ControlTrends Awards, are your source for all things related to the HVAC and Building Automation Controls, Building Sustainability and Smart Buildings Industry. Eric, who is owner of Stromquist & Company, and Ken Smyers from the DMS Controls Group are both major distributors of HVAC and Building Automation Control systems including Honeywell, Siemens and Johnson Controls. Working in the field every day they are experts on how to ...
 
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Matt Nelson : Mechanical Engineer & Building Commissioning Authority

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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, engineering, and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Come join The HVAC Jerks (Rich, Kevin, and Joe) each week as they discuss everything in the HVAC industry from news and technical stuff, right down to stupid customer stories and how "not to do it". If you work in the heating, air conditioning, plumbing or electrical trades, or hope to in the future, spend some time with us; you'll have a lot of fun, and you might even learn something.
 
An HVAC channel about the heating & air conditioning trade. Join us for stories that span through 30 years of one technicians career. You will hear stories about memorable experiences while on the job. You will hear overviews and recommendations, service expertise, equipment choices and enhancements & information on indoor air quality products and their importance.
 
A podcast devoted to challenging, encouraging, advising, and highlighting the men and women of the home services industry. Whether you are a plumber, electrician, or HVAC technician, you all share the common tension of being both the hero and the villain in the eyes of the customer. Hosts Brian and Nate discuss and interview guests to show how to not only be the hero, but to be rewarded with more than a cape.
 
With over 25 years of combined experience, Dennis and Rhydon delve into business development discussions and technically informative talks, but mostly veer off track into stories about shenanigans and life in the HVAC industry.
 
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In part 2 of this series, this next episode continues the discussion between host, Lindsay Headings and HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, Jessica Bannister, and Bill Spohn. These guests toured The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio, and the new Emerson labs in Sidney, Ohio. The …
 
Amrit Robbins of Axiom comes on the podcast to discuss how we can use data science to transform grocery and cold storage. Axiom Cloud uses cloud analytics and AI to map data and analyze trends on refrigeration racks. It can be particularly useful to keep track of readings all the time because it’s impractical to rely on a human to take and record r…
 
In today’s show, we are putting Dr. Jack Schafer in your passenger seat to discuss how we can use body language to establish likeability with others. Dr. Schafer started his career in law enforcement as a police officer before applying and being accepted into the FBI. As an agent he was trained in the arts of negotiation and worked on identifying a…
 
HVAC Masters Of The Hustle is excited to have Dylan Moya in the Hot Seat on episode 142. On this episode Dylan will drop some nuggets on what got him to selling more than 3M+ in "PLUMBING"!!! Yes, you READ that right a plumber doing over 3M. Dylans what I like to call a 1%. On this episode Dylan will talk about how he runs his plumbing calls and pr…
 
My pal Tersh Blissett from the Service Business Mastery podcast joins me to talk about hiring and the 30 day period that comes afterwards. Tersh is an innovative and creative boss so this episode may help fuel your own creative spirit as well as give you a contrasting view of the hiring process. Contact Zack at hvacshoptalk@gmail.com…
 
In this short podcast, Bryan goes over the basics of superheat and explains why it matters to us. Superheat is the temperature increase above a substance’s saturation temperature or boiling point. When a substance is superheated, that means it is 100% vapor; there is no liquid at all. We can look at our superheat to determine how much refrigerant i…
 
In today’s show, we are putting Billy Alfaro in your passenger seat to share his story on how the trades had a big impact in his life. Billy’s story intertwines with our previous two guests as we conclude what turned into a three-part series. Like Brandon and Jon, Billy grew up in a difficult environment that refined him in ways that still drive hi…
 
HVAC Masters Of The Hustler is happy to announce this weeks guest in the Hot Seat on Episode 140 Jackie Walker. On this episode Jackie and I talk about a healthy relationship and supporting each other to get to the NEXT LEVEL. We talk about our struggles in the HVAC Industry as a couple and how our Faith and not giving up brought us to where we can…
 
In this podcast episode, Bryan and Eric Mele talk about sight glasses, the significance of subcooling in refrigeration, and liquid quality. While we measure subcooling quite often in HVAC work, we rely on sight glasses and liquid line receivers far more often in refrigeration. You need a sight glass to determine the liquid quality in a refrigeratio…
 
In this short podcast, Bryan explains the basics of repairing aluminum, such as on coils or tubing. Repairing aluminum can save lots of time on mission-critical calls and can help stop refrigerant leaks that lead to ozone layer depletion or global warming. Soldering makes almost all of the aluminum repair work we will do. (Brazing is possible, as a…
 
In today’s show, we are putting Brandon Hernandez in your passenger seat to share his story on how the trades had a big impact in his life. Growing up best friends with our previous podcast guest, Jon Perez, Brandon was also left questioning what to do at the end of high school. Making the choice to jump into the trades he attended Thaddeus Stevens…
 
In this short podcast, Bryan goes over energy transfer and heat, specifically specific heat. BTUs per ton is a common measurement; a BTU (British thermal unit) is the amount of heat it takes to raise the temperature of one pound of water by one degree Fahrenheit. 12,000 BTUs per hour is equal to one ton in heating or cooling technology. It takes on…
 
In today’s show, we are putting Jon Perez in your passenger seat to share his story on how the trades had a big impact in his life. Graduating high school, Jon was faced with the typical “what am I going to do with my life” question. However, in Jon’s case the answer to that question required more urgency because he no longer had a place to live. H…
 
In this episode, Lindsay Headings talks with HVACR industry experts Tersh Blissett, Michael Mayberry, Eddie McFarlane, Jerry Rollins, Bryan Orr, and Bill Spohn at The Helix Innovation Center in Dayton, Ohio. Jessica Bannister also joined remotely. The conversation included personal back-stories from the experts, such as their passion for HVACR and …
 
In this podcast, Steve Rogers from The Energy Conservatory explains some pro tips for pressure measurement. There are three common types of pressure measurements: absolute, gauge, and differential. Absolute pressure is the pressure in a particular space in reference to a complete vacuum. (All absolute measurements use the zero point as a reference.…
 
In today’s show, we are putting Al Levi in your passenger seat to discuss the 7 Power Contractor System. Al grew up in the trades as so many have and was working in the industry long before he was able to drive. Through years of experience, he was on the front line to the many frustrations of operating and working in a business. After “walking a mi…
 
Trevor Matthews from Refrigeration Mentor comes on the podcast to talk about Copeland reciprocating CS compressors. He and Bryan cover Bulletin AE4-1433 (found HERE) as they look at the operating envelopes for the CS compressor. The CS compressors are hermetic reciprocating compressors that can work with some of the newer refrigerants. You will lik…
 
In this short podcast episode, Bryan explains the science behind adiabatic cooling. Adiabatic cooling occurs in specific HVAC/R applications and in our environment as air temperatures and pressures change. When we think of cooling, we refer to the loss of heat; we are either referring to the change in the total BTU content of the air mass or the te…
 
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