Ed Janowiak
Company name: Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA)
Position: Manager of HVAC Design Education
Ed Janowiak is the Manager of HVAC Design Education at ACCA. He is well-versed in the ACCA manuals and spends most of his time educating others about their practical applications, especially as they relate to HVAC system design and installation. Ed has also owned an HVAC and energy consultation company, worked as a full-time trainer, and serves as a consultant for TEC.
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A Walk Through the Residential Design Series (ACCA Manuals J, S, and D)
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An ACCA Form You Probably Never Heard Of w/ Ed J.
By:Ed JanowiakBryan Orr  The podcast is a conversation between Ed and Bryan about using the ACCA Residential Plans Examiner Review Form, an ACCA form you probably never heard of, to demonstrate that proper HVAC system design procedures were followed based on the Manual J, Manual S, and Manual D guidelines. Ed introduces the Residential […]
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Intro to ACCA Manual T
By:Ed JanowiakBryan Orr  Ed Janowiak joins the podcast to introduce us to ACCA Manual T. Compared to other manuals, Manual T is one of the least-considered ACCA manuals. However, it’s the manual that advises us on how not to blow high-velocity air on people and has maintained the same standards since the mid-1900s. Unlike […]
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The ACCA Manuals w/ Ed Janowiak
By:Ed JanowiakBryan Orr In today’s podcast, Ed Janowiak comes onto the podcast to talk about the Air Conditioning Contractors of America manuals. Ed started off in the field and has recently become the new Manager of Design Education at ACCA. You can follow him on Snapchat (skinnyed). ACCA (Air Conditioning Contractors of America) is responsible […]
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Dunning-Kruger in HVAC
By:Adam MufichA few years ago, a friend of mine, Clive Mitchell, aka Big Clive, explained the Dunning-Kruger concept while he was a guest on my YouTube-based podcast, “HVAC Overtime.” Clive is another content creator on YouTube specializing in technical videos where he reverse-engineers electronic devices. Clive has a very analytical mind; he sees patterns in […]
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