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HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, 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.
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HVAC 360 Matt Nelson : Mechanical Engineer & Building Commissioning Authority

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    • 4.6, 56 Ratings

HVAC 360 is a podcast that covers the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning industry through the entire life cycle of a building. From building commissioning, 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.
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    164 - Careers - HVAC Technicians and Installers with Dr. Thomas Moorman from Perfect Technician Academy

    164 - Careers - HVAC Technicians and Installers with Dr. Thomas Moorman from Perfect Technician Academy

    This week, with June being the end of school and all, I thought I would dive into some more career choices for listeners and talk with the School Director from the Perfect Technician Academy, Dr. Thomas Moorman about what it takes to become a HVAC Technician or Installer. You know, he brings up a lot of good points in this interview, specifically the need for skilled trades, that they are careers that you can be proud of, and I love his comparison between the trade route versus the college route from a dollars and cents stand point! Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/164. And as always, Enjoy!
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    163 - COVID-19 Thoughts and Resources - Getting Back Into Buildings

    163 - COVID-19 Thoughts and Resources - Getting Back Into Buildings

    This week I thought I would share my thoughts and some resources about this COVID-19 business. But first I feel this needs some sort of disclaimer: I am not a COVID-19 expert, just like most people on the internet, I am just sharing my opinion and some research that I have done, so don’t think that what I am saying as definitive. Use this to start conversations and search out subject matter experts for your specific questions on a go forward basis. Having said that the topics that we will be covering are: primarily about going back to work, but I’ll touch briefly about stuff being built and future designs. Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/163. And as always, Enjoy!
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    162 - Session Summary - Approaching Building Upgrades for Education

    162 - Session Summary - Approaching Building Upgrades for Education

    This week I’m again dishing out some highlights from a session that I attended at the ASHRAE conference in the beginning of February. This one what about how to evaluate systems that were to be retrofitted into existing buildings. The benefit of this session gave was two-fold, one being some lessons learned from retrofits and the other was what was the thought process like for how engineers determined what were the best systems to put into these buildings. Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/162. And as always, Enjoy!
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    161 - Session Summary - Improve IAQ by Avoiding Common Mistakes

    161 - Session Summary - Improve IAQ by Avoiding Common Mistakes

    This week I’m dishing out some highlights from a session that I attended at the ASHRAE conference in the beginning of February, ahh conferences, remember those?. Anyway, this session was on improving IAQ by avoiding common mistakes. What I liked about how the session was set up was that it was from three different perspectives: Architects, Engineers, and Contractors. I’ll give a shout out to the speakers Fiona Aldous, Norm Nelson (no relation), and George Dubose, they where great and if you get a chance to hear them speak go do that, they won’t disappoint!  Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/161. And as always, Enjoy!
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    160 - Achieving Operational Excellence with ASHRAE President Darryl Boyce

    160 - Achieving Operational Excellence with ASHRAE President Darryl Boyce

    This week we talk with Darryl Boyce who is the current ASHRAE President for 2019-2020. We discuss what got him into engineering and dig into some of the details about his presidential theme: "Building for People and Performance. Achieving Operational Excellence. We finish our conversation by talking about the new ASHRAE HQ, and by new I mean location not the building. Just listen! Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/160 . And as always, Enjoy!
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    159 - Exploring Choose.Danfoss.com

    159 - Exploring Choose.Danfoss.com

    In this episode we talk with Brian Dail, Application Engineer for Danfoss. We are going to talk about the types of things you can find over at Choose.Danfoss.com and also talk briefly about the new award-winning Microchannel coil from Danfoss. Please consider sharing this episode or another one of your favorites. Show notes can be found at www.hvac360.com/159 . And as always, Enjoy!
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56 Ratings

Nico DeGiorgio ,

Great listen between meetings

I'm a manufacturer's rep and I love the industry exposure this provides outside my normal scope. Keep it up!

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