Boiler Flue - What's the difference?
Engineering Tomorrow
by Midwest Machinery
3w ago
Often an afterthought, correct Boiler Flue sizing and material can create a nightmare for building maintenance if not done right the first time. Tune-in to find out what to look for ..read more
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Why it's greased lightning!
Engineering Tomorrow
by Midwest Machinery
3w ago
3 out of 5 fires in commercial kitchens are caused by grease. Today we discuss existing and new grease duct technologies capable of reducing potential hazard. In addition, we'll talk about best practices, layout and safety concerns. Featured guest today is Stephen Higgins of Midwest Machinery ..read more
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Inflation Reduction Act: Once-in-a-lifetime 30%-50%+ Federal Credits and Rebates for Geothermal HVAC
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
In the latest installment of "Engineering Tomorrow," Brian Gomski engages with Joe Parsons from ClimateMaster, dissecting the complexities of geothermal tax incentives following recent legislative changes. As the Senior Marketing Sustainability Manager, Joe provides a wealth of insight into how these incentives can benefit commercial entities. The ClimateMaster, a seasoned player in the HVACR industry, has seen remarkable growth since 2004, expanding from a specialized air handler manufacturer to a comprehensive provider of custom HVACR solutions. This episode offers an exclusive look at the ..read more
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Custom Air Handlers - Do THIS when designing your HVAC system ...
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
George Paich from Alliance Air Products joins Brian Gomski and Troy Gladstone to discuss the most important thing to remember when selecting an air handler and the most important things NOT to do. Alliance Air Products was established in 2004 as a custom retrofit air handler manufacturer, but has since grown into all areas of custom HVACR manufacturing. Alliance started business with 15 employees and 33,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing space. We have since grown to over 700 employees in 230,000 sq. ft. manufacturing space. Alliance is a privately held company with a very solid financial base, and ..read more
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Indoor Agriculture - How Growers are Cashing in on Energy Rebates
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
This week we speak with Jeff Kelley from Kelley Energy Management. We discuss how utility incentives and rebates are acquired, the process, and what you can do to receive one. Kelley Energy Management provides energy analysis that allows utility programs and customers to achieve verifiable savings while producing an outstanding experience for all participants ..read more
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Fluid Cooler School with a Minor in Cooling Towers
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
Troy Gladstone, Spencer Kaufman, and host Brian Gomski teach fluid cooler class today. Learn what they are, how they work, and when to use them. Plus, Troy and Spencer share their championship rib recipes ..read more
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Dirt and Air Separators: A MUST Have for Your Building System Loop
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
Protecting the investment in high-efficiency boilers, chillers, and other system components necessitates efficient fluid distribution. Eliminating air and dirt removes many routine maintenance items, saves energy, and improves overall system performance and heat transfer. But, not all dirt and air separators are equal or perform the same. Tune in to see why we recommend Spirotherm dirt and air separator technology for many applications ..read more
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The Battle: Counterflow vs Crossflow Cooling Towers
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/c/engineeringtomorrowusa/videos The great debate. There are predominantly 2 types of cooling towers - counterflow and crossflow. The primary distinction between crossflow and counterflow cooling towers is how the air passing through the cooling tower interacts with the process water being cooled. In a crossflow tower, air flows horizontally across the direction of the falling water, whereas air flows in the opposite direction (counter) to the direction of the falling water in a counterflow tower. Join host Brian Gomski with cooling tower experts ..read more
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The Importance of Filtration with Permatron
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
Have you ever wondered how much performance is actually reduced with dirty equipment? In this episode, Jim Moran of Permatron and Brian Gomski discuss HVAC equipment filtration and why it's vital to peak performance ..read more
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Clean Indoor Air is Vital to Our Future
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by Midwest Machinery
1M ago
Today's episode features Steve Levine, CEO of AtmosAir. For nearly two decades, AtmosAir has been bringing an active and transparent approach to pioneering solutions for indoor air quality. And the true benefits are something you’ll see for years to come. We’re talking about the competitive edge that comes with being able to ensure improved air quality, the bottom line business advantages of fewer sick days, greater productivity, and the peace of mind that comes from living in, working in or visiting a healthy indoor environment ..read more
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