In the process of contemplating retirement, I decided if I were to do so, I wanted to give something back to the HVACR industry, which has been tremendously generous to me for virtually all of my working career
Greetings, fellow skeptics. It is probably unfair to include all readers of this column as being like me and questioning essentially everything as either being agenda-driven, downright untrue or just plain bizarre. Some may have even read some of my previous offhand critiques of politicians and the “unbiased” news media but, luckily for you we’re not going down that road this time. You may find it hard to believe, but there are other important things to discuss.
Here we are in October and less than 30 days from the 2010 midterm elections. Two years ago, I thought it would never get here, and now I’m all a-twitter nervously awaiting the results of what I would classify as probably the most exciting election in my lifetime.
don't know about you, but I find all the news about our national debt and the debt problems in Europe quite frightening, to say the least. Not only that, but it appears I am not alone as I watch the roller-coaster ride of global stock markets that are influenced by reoccurring fears of one or another European country collapsing under its debt.
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Sporlan Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, a manufacturer of HVAC/R components, is pleased to announce the grand opening of their new state of the art refrigeration system training center....More
Join Sean Kilcarr, Senior Editor at Fleet Owner, to hear about advancements in light vehicle manufacturing and technology. Sean will cover the latest manufacturing trends, including aluminum body frames, new van models for 2015 and how manufacturers are addressing fuel efficiency through technology....More
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that by 2030, Millennials will be 75 percent of the workforce. With an aging contractor workforce, businesses will need to appeal to and hire this generation of workers.
A recent study from the National Institute of Standards and Technology found that even if a customer purchases the best, most energy-efficient air conditioners, heat pumps and other tools, it may go to waste if the equipment is not properly installed.