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Tech Tips:

Negative Superheat? Time to Check Your Tools
By:Bryan Orr I was fresh out of school, working as an apprentice at my first real HVAC job, and I was listening in on a shop conversation between a few techs. They were talking about finding so many overcharged systems. One of the techs turns to me and says, “I had a unit yesterday that […]
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Skills in the Toolbag
The old adage goes: “When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.”  For some techs I know, even having a hammer can be challenging. I was pretty new in business, and my first real “employee” hire in the HVAC part of Kalos was my brother, Nathan. Many of you know him, […]
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Other Great Sources
You may not know this, but the HVAC School podcast began before the website. When I started the podcast, I never intended to create a website, but there was more demand for quick tech tips than the podcast could hold. So, we started hvacrschool.com. In the same way, I never set out to create a […]
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Videos:

Podcasts:

The VCRT redesigned + More w/ Fieldpiece
By:Tony GonzalezBryan Orr  In this podcast, Bryan chats with Tony Gonzalez of Fieldpiece about their latest innovations for service tools, including the redesigned VCRT, as well as the training resources they offer. They start off discussing Fieldpiece's philosophy of developing solutions for technicians' real pain points, not just making products. Understanding workflows and obstacles lets them […]
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Engineers vs. Technicians w/ Bill Spohn
By:Bryan OrrBill Spohn If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. In this episode of the podcast, we talk to Bill Spohn from TruTech Tools about how TruTech Tools got its start and some of the ways that techs and engineers approach problems differently. Bill […]
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Events:

Tool and Instrumentation Selection
By:Eric 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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30 Minutes or Less and You Only Have…
By:Dan WildenhausJoe Medosch 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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