Category Archives: roofing

Linx Industries adds to HVAC sales support team

Linx Industries, a division of DMI Cos. and formerly known as Lindab USA, has hired Raymond Yam as its large project specialist, where he will provide nationwide sales support for the company’s ductwork systems.

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Machinery maker marks 25 years

The company was established April 2, 1992, by Jim Meyer and Jan “Merk” Mrknonich.

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NAHB index drops 2 points

Builders generally remain confident in the single-family home market, according to the most recent survey from Wells Fargo and the National Association of Home Builders.

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Samco hires staff

A Canadian sheet metal forming machinery maker has added three project managers.

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Celebrate HVAC techs this Thursday

As part of the campaign, ARS has created a website with information on how why HVAC technicians are so important.

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MovinCool releases spec sheets

The new publications cover computer and telecom equipment, health care, industrial plants, educational institutions, construction, automotive repair facilities and emergency situations.

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Trump order overhauls apprenticeship training

In announcing the move, the president noted that there are currently an estimated 6 million unfilled jobs in the U.S. — the highest number since 1980.

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Registration open for Greenbuild 2017

More than 25,000 are expected for the event, which promotes sustainable construction including green HVAC.

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Greenheck makeup-air models keep energy usage low, officials say

Greenheck makeup-air models DGX and MSX can now be configured with a direct-drive, backward-curved plenum supply fan.

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HARDI relaunches networking app

Heating, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration Distributors International has relaunched its networking app, HARDI Hub.

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