If you are working with boilers, this podcast is for you. Inside the Boiler Room is a podcast presented by ABMA - the American Boiler Manufacturers Association. Since our founding in 1888, ABMA has advocated for the safe production and operation of boilers, facilitated advances in energy efficiency, and partnered with our members to continue to progress. Our podcast has been established to raise awareness of today’s boiler industry and share important issues impacting our sector.
Episode #18 - Who You Gonna Call? Rental Boilers – Critical When You Need Them with Larry Day, Nationwide Boiler
This episode of Inside the Boiler Room features Larry Day, President & CEO of Nationwide Boiler sharing his insights on the world of rental boilers that has significant relevance during the COVID-19 crisis with boilers near capacity at many hospitals and food processing facilities. After listening to this podcast, you will understand what an important role the boiler rental sector plays for many end-users of our products.
Episode #17 - Navigating Uncharted Waters – Boiler Industry & COVID-19 – Doug Wright, Superior Boiler
This is a special episode of Inside the Boiler Room featuring Doug Wright, President & CEO of Superior Boiler & Vice-Chair of ABMA. Please note, this episode was recorded on Thursday, April 2, 2020.
Doug joined ABMA President & CEO Scott Lynch for a discussion on how Superior Boiler & the boiler industry are adapting to the ever-evolving situation with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
To learn more about Superior Boiler, visit superiorboiler.com.
For more information on ABMA, visit abma.com.
Episode #16 - Boiler Product Safety & Performance – Partnering with Industry to Foster Innovation with Kevin Choi, UL LLC
Kevin Choi from UL LLC joins us for Episode #16 of Inside the Boiler Room. This episode is sponsored by Webster Combustion Technology.
The podcast begins with an overview of what makes UL an effective third-party & then a discussion of how UL partners with manufacturers throughout the listing process & what UL listed products should mean to the boiler end-user. The conversation concludes with a discussion about the importance of proper maintenance & staying current with today’s standards & technology.
Episode #15 - Dispelling Boiler Myths for the Commercial Sector with Ray Wohlfarth, Fire & Ice Heating & Cooling
Author and Industry Columnist Ray Wohlfarth joins ABMA for Episode #15 of Inside the Boiler Room to discuss the benefits of boilers in the commercial sector. Ray is also president of Fire & Ice Heating & Cooling in Pittsburgh, PA. To learn more about Ray, visit boilerlessons.com, follow him on Twitter @FireIceHeat, or visit Fire & Ice, fireiceheat.com.
ABMA would to thank long-time ABMA Member Preferred Utilities for sponsoring this podcast episode. Visit Preferred-MFG.com to learn more.
Episode #14 - Do you Know the Water Level in Your Boiler? – Boiler Drum Level Instrumentation with Jim Kolbus, Clark-Reliance
Jim Kolbus from Clark-Reliance joins ABMA for Episode #14, he brings his expertise to the topic of boiler drum level instrumentation. Jim regularly presents on this topic and is the lead author of their guidebook on Drum Level Instrumentation Guideline that is updated regularly based on changes in the ASME code. This episode discusses the importance of drum level instrumentation and the various types of direct reading glass gages and indirect remote level indicators. For more information visit abma.com.
Episode #13 - Energy Research to Transformative Solutions – Tom Wenning from Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL)
Tom Wenning from Oak Ridge National Laboratories (ORNL), the US Department of Energy's largest science & energy lab joins ABMA for Episode #13 of the Inside the Boiler Room. This episode shares insights on the impactful research taking place at ORNL & the resources for boiler manufacturers & end-users of our products including the Better Buildings, Better Plants program, Federal Energy Management Program & new online tools available to assess your current energy management and impact of future investment.
Recommend for Anyone in the Boiler Room
I recommend this podcast to anyone that works in, around, or with boilers. Scott does a great job bringing knowledgeable guest discussing interesting topics about the boiler room.
Clear focus, strong execution
This podcast in just the first few episodes has proven to be informative and enlightening. Anyone working with boilers will greatly benefit from the knowledge and wisdom shared by the guests and the host. Looking forward to many more episodes!