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Sam Myers
Company name: Retrotec
Position: Building Scientist
Sam Myers is a building scientist who has worked with Retrotec for the past 5 years. He has spoken at several HVAC and building science conferences and is a veteran HVACR Training Symposium speaker. Sam leads webinars and gives training sessions on blower doors, building envelopes, and measuring pressures in the home.
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A Duct Up Situation
By:Sam MyersEric Kaiser  NOTE: If you cannot view the recording, the video may still be processing. The maximum wait time is 24 hours. We apologize for the delay and appreciate your patience.
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Vented Crawl Spaces Don’t Work
By:Sam MyersNikki Krueger
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Retrotec – IBS 2022
By:Sam MyersBryan Orr  Sam Myers with Retrotec talks to Bryan about pressures in the home and why they matter for HVAC solutions at IBS 2022. Technicians focus a lot on ductwork and airflow, but many of them don’t focus on how the building envelope impacts HVAC performance. A lot of the HVAC equipment’s performance […]
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Freezing Evaporator Fun Facts and Frippery
By:Sam MyersBryan Orr In this episode, Bryan and Sam discuss freezing evaporator coils. They explain why frozen coils happen and how to address them. When the coil's surface temperature drops below freezing (32 degrees), the moisture in the air that condenses on the coil can freeze to the coil. In those situations, your suction saturation […]
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Building Performance Q&A with Sam Myers
By:Sam MyersBryan OrrKaleb Saleeby Sam Myers of Retrotec joins Bryan and Kaleb on the podcast to discuss building performance. He also answers some of our listeners' questions. Checking airflow is important for building science as well as HVAC. However, “airflow” is vague and can refer to static pressure readings (which isn't actually “airflow” at all), […]
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