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Posted by2 days ago

I’m trying to build up my tool kit, so any input is helpful.

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Posted by2 days ago

Tech used it in the rain and now is getting over range when hooked up to hood, but not for pressure readings... from a google search looks like temp probe is short circuited. Anyone had to have this repaired before?

What meter does everyone like these days? A new one is probably in the cards regardless.

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Posted by3 days ago

外围体育投注Just curious... I have about 8 stalled jobs in my van, and more coming. A few office fitouts that are straightforward and just vav's on existing systems, some new work for a military job that has a ridiculous spec that is being commissioned strictly, and a country club that is a piece of shit and engineered by a fat fingered monkey, I must assume. Many different struggles with different challenges. Whats in your van/truck?

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Posted by4 days ago

Have any of you balanced just the air side of a job and another firm balanced the water?

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Posted by4 days ago

Gonna take the new CT exam and heard it got a lot harder. Anyone notice anything changed? Just wondering if there's anyway to prepare passed the NEBB and ASHRAE books. Thanks.

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Posted by5 days ago

外围体育投注I officially left my air balance job yesterday. I came from a sheet metal union, and had 10 years sheet metal experience before I ever even became an apprentice. I'm currently a 3rd year, almost a 4th. I have been working with an air balance company for about 3 years. I got a job offer from a non union company that will pay Journeymans wages, I get 2 weeks paid vacation, same benefits, all that jazz. I will be running my own shop, primarily focused on using a water jet cutting machine. Just wanted to say that all you guys are rad and I was happy to have learned everything I have. I'm staying on the sub - I still greatly care for this profession. Sometimes you just gotta do what's best for you, ya know? Cheers, guys and keep it real!

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Air balancing is a trade that involves testing, adjusting, and balancing of (usually) HVAC systems. Post stuff
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