Best Airconditioning podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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HVAC 360
HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire lifecycle of a building. From building commissioning, to engineering and design, to construction, and of course operations and maintenance, I talk with and about the news, people, and products that are affecting our lives at a rapidly growing pace.
Hvac Uncensored
This a HVAC Podcast mean’t to help all in the trade be better at what they do. By giving tips on business, technical advice, how make more money or bring in more money from 2 guys who do exactly what you do. At the same time having fun or having a good laugh. Hearing what needs to be said Uncensored “ Pun Intended”. HvacUncensored Podcast with Gil & Kelley don’t miss it the next episode or else!!
Sally Turbitt and Amy Walduck are librarians from Australia determined to highlight some of the best people and stories from library land and beyond. Visit for more info on our guests and things we chat about during each episode!
HVAC School is the ever growing online source for real training topics for technicians in the Air-conditioning, Heating and Ventilation Fields. In the podcast, we will share recorded training, tech ride alongs, share challenging diagnostic scenarios. All to help make the industry, your company, and your truck a better place to be.
This podcast features continuous mixes of downtempo music ranging from ambient chillout to groovy house, with original tunes by grisecon interspersed throughout. Artists include: Telefon Tel Aviv, Faunts, Pitch Black, The Legends, Stars, Your Infamous Harp, Zoe Keating, Robin Guthrie, and other music from dub, dub-glitch, shoegazer, and alt-electronica artists.
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This week I talk with Mark Richards of Emery Mechanical Engineering about Phase Change Materials. Mark had a case study using this product and I wanted to learn more about it. There are more show notes than usual this week so check out the website at . Enjoy.
This episode covers the why and the how of low ambient cooling and refrigeration
This episode covers the why and the how of low ambient cooling and refrigeration
Gil and Kelley talk about different mistakes they've made in the trade in all aspects. Also, a good conversation about the Diagnostic Fee you won't wanna miss. We'd love to know what you all think.
I talk to John Oaks about his experience as a VRF tech in the field including branch boxes and two pipe vs. three pipe technology
This is a voice over audio presentation of the article of the same title on the website
Gil and Kelley wish everyone a Happy New Year and a little info on starting the year off right.
Jason Obrzut come on and talks us through his furnace sequence of operation training Take It Slow, It's Gonna Blow
This week I describe some of the components of a cooling tower and share my field knowledge including lessons learned. If you like it please share it. For the show notes go to . Enjoy.
We talk through stack effect. What it is and what issues it causes.
Kat Moody is a reformed museum professional who works in public libraries and has been adventuring around the GLAMR sector since the nineties. In the United Kingdom, Kat worked in the libraries and / or archives of various military museums and in New Zealand, after various adventures, is now based with Christchurch City Libraries. In this episo ...…
This week I review the basic framework for setting goals and what areas you might think about focusing on. Lastly I flush out some of the goals and talk about what some of the next steps are. If you haven't do so recently, you may want to take an hour or two to make sure your career is headed in the right direction. If you think this is valuabl ...…
Jim gives us a year end review of all that is happening at MeasureQuick with Redfish, BluFlame, BluVac, Supco, Testo and Fieldpiece
What is the difference bewteen accuracy, precision and resolution
John guides us through all aspects of ventilation and ventilation design with a review of point ventilation, ASHRAE 62.2, whole home ventilation strategies and much more
Just a little funny this week with my imagination. Have a safe and happy holiday season everyone! Enjoy!
Just a little funny this week with my imagination. Have a safe and happy holiday season everyone! Enjoy!
Bill and Bryan discuss manometers, combustible gas detectors, personal CO detectors, draft gauges and combustion analyzers
This week we talk with Joe Denk with Denk Associates who is also a member of the Ohio Board of Building Standards. I wanted to give an insiders look at the Ohio Board to educate engineers and let them know, regardless of their location in the world, this model is probably very similar to what they could expect to see. Please consider sharing an ...…
Turbitt & Duck travelled to Coffs Harbour in November to record live interviews with delegates and keynotes at SWITCH 2018. SWITCH is the NSW Public Libraries Association’s annual conference with delegates from all over NSW in attendance. There’s a focus on building partnerships with local councils, advocacy, library new builds and renovations ...…
In this episode Bryan speed talks through all the basics of a heatpump and how it functions.
Gil And Kelley talk about Delivery of Service. All the little processes involved as well as our opinions on them. Also What entitles conflict of interest? Can a company provide a utility and be the same company to come service it? Let us know what you Think
Jason from ESCO and Cengage comes on to talk about the varying landscape of EPA 608 regulations with what you need to know for now
This week I talk about equipment clearance for electrical code requirements or ease of maintenance. This topic should alway be reviewed for each job that hits the streets. The consequences for getting wrong are painful and costly. Requiring a lot of time that projects don't have to fix. Please consider sharing this episode and the show notes ca ...…
Gil and Kelley talk about how to properly close out calls. What questions that have to be asked to confirm that our high standards are being met each and every Customer. Also, finish out with keeping our knowledge going by passing it on. Hope you Enjoy don't forget to share and let us know what you think.…
In our first ever ask me anything podcast we talk about the trade as whole and answer random questions about Kalos and myself
Sabine Weber-Beard works for the Far North District Libraries as the Systems Librarian for all six branches and also manages the smallest in Kaeo. She is active in the New Zealand library community, as the Northland Ambassador for the National Digital Forum, a member of the LIANZA Hikuwai committee and she is also on the wider working group to ...…
Here are some things to consider before replacing that old A/C with a bigger one
Gil and Kelley talk a little IAQ. How it's worked for us in our own homes and how we've been able to tell customers about it. Also a little motivational talk. Let you guys know you can do anything. Finish up with some Workers Comp Talk. Hope you Enjoy
This week I talk about some take aways from a talk I heard from ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Khanhari and his lecture on computational fluid dynamics and how modeling airflow in patient rooms and operating rooms yielded some interesting results and a couple improvements. Consider sharing the episode and for show notes go to ...…
What is the difference between R-Value and U-Factor and why should you care?
Gil and Kelley go over and answer some questions about Mobile home furnaces. Give some pointers and a few things we think might help guys in the field. Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! This Episode is a little shorter let us know what you think. Hope you enjoy
This episode is very exciting to me because we get to have Dr. Allison Bailes on the show to talk about friction rate and duct design. To find out more about everything Dr. Bailes has to say about building performance and duct design visit his site at
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! This week I share some background on sampling from ASHRAE Guideline 0, some new stories that further show why I am not a big fan of sampling. Please consider sharing with show notes at . Enjoy.
Gil and Kelley talk about van setups. Different ladder racks options and the cost whether it's worth it or not. Also, talk about some tips and ways to come of the right way to the customer. Hope you enjoy this episode Please leave us a review and let us know what you think.
Rusty Walker with Hill Phoenix comes on and talks about CO2 triple and critical points and some best practices for refrigeration techs working w/ CO2
This week I talk about my new favorite document the Performance Verification Testing Plan or PVT Plan for short. I constructed this for the Controls Contractor on a recent project and now I am looking at how I can incorporate this into my commissioning forms going forward! Show notes are at please consider sharing and Enjoy!…
We cover what you need to consider before soldering or brazing any type of joint
Gil and Kelley talk with a good buddy and fellow HVAC Tech/Business Owner. Find out some of the secrets that help his rapid growth with a Million Dollar plus company. Talk about why the Putting in of 2 weeks now almost seems like a bad thing. We answer a listener question and finish up just having fun talking about god knows what. Hope you Enjo ...…
Eric is back and this time we cover hot gas as a dehumidification strategy with all of the broad strokes you should be aware of
This week I turn back the clock to correct my Thermostat episode number 68. I do a much better job this time. Technically, it couldn't have been worse. Please share this episode and visit the show notes page at . Enjoy.
This episode Bryan covers three things you can do to make you a much better tech tomorrow and everyone will notice
Gil and Kelley just shoot the shit and give some tips and tricks to help close a sale with a customer. Talk about life and why business is so busy right now. Check it out and let us know what you think by leaving a review on your Podcast App of choice.
Gil and Kelley talk to Rick Wright Kelley's General Manager about all kinds of different topics. We talk about how he got into the trade and his answers will surprise most of you. Talk about how important good leadership is. Just an all around fun episode you will enjoy. Let us know how you like it. Please leave a review on whatever Podcast App ...…
In this episode Jim Bergmann does a deep dive into combustion analysis and covers everything you need to know to keep a furnace running safe and efficient
Happy Halloween everyone! I hope everyone is or will have a safe and memorable holiday! This week I want to share 5 scary work stories with you! I hope you enjoy and share this episode! Cheers!
Maeva Masterson is the Manager Library Sector Services at Northern Territory Library. Maeva began her career in the Australian Army before making the jump to library services. With more than 15 years’ experience in working in both remote locations and internationally, Maeva is a results-focused library services professional providing strategic ...…
This episode is about a simplified way to explain the basic refrigerant circuit to new techs that may help lock in the basic idea of absorbing and rejecting heat
In this part one of the two part combustion analysis series Jim Bergmann covers CAZ testing or Worst-Case Draft and Pressure Testing in detail and why it matters to techs and customers
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