We welcome in Ken Gott to have our first discussion on the new Symbio 700 commercial control.
We welcome back Phil Valpey to discuss troubleshooting thermostatic expansion valves - better known as TXV's - and electronic expansion valves - better known as EEV's or LEV's.
We welcome on Doug Hamilton to discuss the recent announcement from the Massachusetts Board of State Examiners of Plumbers and Gas Fitters to Fuel Gas Code, 248 CMR 5.00, impacting the materials that can be used for the venting of appliances by stating, "The only plastic piping which may be used for venting appliances shall be CPVC, polypropylene, and other pipes which have been product-accepted for that purpose by the Board."
Mark Guenthner is back, this week discussing proper installation practices for line sets in both unitary and ductless equipment.
We welcome back Mark Guenthner to give his insight into proper duct installation practices and how good ductwork installation can make or break your next job.
We welcome back Randy Lenz from Anden to give an overview of proper installation and maintenance practices for Anden dehumidifiers when installed in a grow room.
We take a deeper look at the full line of Anden dehumidifiers with Randy Lenz, the Product Application Engineer at Anden.
We continue our Anden discussion by welcoming in Chip Seidel, Director of Operations at Anden, to introduce their proprietary VLGR technology and explain how variable low grain refrigerant can lead to a better dehumidifier for any grow room.
We introduce the Anden line of grow room optimized dehumidifiers and humidifiers by welcoming East Coast Regional Manager at Anden, Victoria Aceves to Torrice Talk. She discusses what important differences go into the Anden line to ensure it is the ideal application for grow rooms and cultivation.
We welcome back Ken Gott to discuss tips for yearly maintenance and system checks you should be making when preparing commercial rooftop units for summer.
We welcome Marc Marchillo, Corporate Training Manager at Aprilaire, to discuss the benefits of whole home dehumidification and how Aprilaire can help you start selling more dehumidifiers.
We continue our discussion on stocking up for cooling season by welcoming in John Souza from S. G. Torrice to talk about what needs to be taken out of your bag, and what needs to go in to work on cooling equipment.
In part two of our cooling season stock discussion, Jay Seitz from Trane Technologies is back to discuss what you should have on your trucks or in your warehouses when working on commercial equipment ahead of this cooling season.
We welcome back Jay Seitz, the Northeast Regional Manager for Independent Distribution representing all American Standard and Trane Equipment and Parts at Trane Technologies, to talk about what stock you need on your trucks and in your warehouses to start cooling season. Plus we discuss preseason buys and selling IAQ items as the season begins.
We welcome back Russell Lattime to help you create a checklist of service and maintenance items on indoor and outdoor equipment as you prepare for cooling season.
We welcome on Andrea Kranitz from Baytek to give you some tips and tricks on getting your accounting software in order ahead of the busy season.
We welcome back Ken Gott to give some tips on installing and maintaining humidifiers and Dehumidifiers.
We chat with Doug Little from Payzerware about offering maintenance agreements to help give your company a boost.
We discuss the importance of staying on top of your HR rather than being reactive. Plus how HRPlus OnDemand can help you and your company when it comes to HR issues with Judy Thornell, President at Baytek, and Chris Cooley, Principal at MyHRConcierge.
We welcome back Russell Lattime to go over the basics and applications of superheat and subcooling.
We welcome back Jim Cherubini to break down and discuss the pathogen test results for the REME Halo against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
We bring in Phil Valpey to discuss the correct steps to take to ensure zone dampers and sensors are installed correctly in a zoned system.
We welcome back Doug Little, President and Co-Founder of Payzer, to discuss how utilizing technology can help make your company more efficient, organized and profitable.
mark Guenthner is back on Torrice Tech Talk to continue his technical breakdown of RunTru by Trane. This week, he discusses the technical components of RunTru AC's and heat pumps.
We welcome Amanda Woolums, Account Executive at The DAC Group, to discuss what steps to take to update your local presence and how updating your local presence can help grow your company.
We welcome back Mark Guenthner to discuss the technical components of RunTru by Trane furnaces, air handlers and coils.
We welcome in Lindsey Mathews, Chanel Marketing Manager at Trane Technologies, and Chris Owanesian, Elite Dealer Programs Manager at Trane Technologies, to discuss the Trane TCS and American Standard Customer Care programs along with some of the changes made to the program in 2021.
Jim Cherubini is back to discuss the technical aspects of the REME Halo product line and why it is so effective as a whole-home air purifier.
We welcome in Jim Cherubini, the Regional Vice President at Northway Marketers, to introduce you to the REME Halo product line. Jim discusses the REME Halo whole home air purifier, the Halo LED whole home air purifier and more.
We welcome in Ken Gott to discuss the proper installation and maintenance of iWave products to ensure the best indoor air quality experience.
We welcome S. G. Torrice Territory Manager Tyler Cleary to Torrice Talk to discuss the pathogen testing done by NuCalgon and iWave against airborne pathogens, including COVID-19.
We welcome in Judy Thornell, President of Baytek, Andrea Kranitz, Senior Technical Analyst at Baytek and Jamie Delvechio, Senior Channel Account Manager at Intuit to take a deep dive into the Intuit QuickBooks Online Advanced product and how your company can utilize Quickbooks, and Baytek's services, to get a better grasp on your accounting and business practices.
We welcome in Judy Thornell, President of Baytek, Andrea Kranitz, Senior Technical Analyst at Baytek and Jamie Delvechio, Senior Channel Account Manager at Intuit to take a deep dive into the Intuit QuickBooks Desktop product and how your company can utilize Quickbooks, and Baytek's services, to get a better grasp on your accounting and business practices.
We start 2021 by talking to Mike Donaghey, EVP of Business Development at S. G. Torrice, about the "G" rating that is needed for gas fired equipment in the state of Massachusetts by the Mass Plumbing and Gas Fitting Board
We welcome Rich Lavoie, General Manager at Central Cooling & Heating, and Drew Clark, Business Analyst at Central Cooling & Heating, to discuss the opportunities that are available in the HVAC industry - plus how success can come from many different career paths.
We welcome in S. G. Torrice Territory Manager John Souza to discuss how technicians should be preparing for heating season plus what they need in their tech bags for service calls.
We welcome Jay Seitz, the Northeast Regional Manager for Independent Distribution representing all American Standard and Trane Equipment and Parts at Trane Technologies, to discuss what parts are essential to have on your van or truck for heating season, plus why stocking your shop and preseason buys are so important to the success of your business.
We welcome back Russell Lattime to discuss common heat pump terminology and operations that will help lead to a quicker, more efficient technical diagnosis.
We welcome back Ken Gott to discuss the defrost cycle and the basics of low ambient cooling on rooftop units.
We welcome back Doug Little, President and Co-Founder of Payzer, to continue our discussion on consumer financing. This week, Doug answers the top three questions dealers have about offering financing.
We discuss why your company should offer consumer financing and how to implement financing in part one of a two-part series with Doug Little, President and Co-Founder of Payzer.
We welcome back Phil Valpey to talk you through testing your system to find and diagnose bad, or cracked heat exchangers.