This page on our site gives you the opportunity to connect to a variety of blogs related to the HVACR industry.
HVACR Fundamentals By Carter Stanfield
Carter is the former HVACR Program Chair, Athens Technical College, where he began his teaching career in 1976. He is the Training Director of Stanfield Air Systems, and the co-author of Fundamentals of HVAC/R. He is a CM member of RSES, NATE certified, and holds a Georgia contractor’s license. You can get to his blog via the link below:
Russell King, M.E.
Russ is licensed as a professional mechanical engineer in California, Nevada, Colorado and Hawaii with more than 23 years of experience in the HVACR industry. His specialty is HVAC and energy design in residential buildings and he has taught professional level training on this topic, as well as HVAC diagnostics and energy code compliance. His blog can be accessed at the link below.
CO Safety By Bob Dwyer, CSME CARBON MONOXIDE SAFETY
Bob Dwyer is one of the premier trainers in the HVAC industry. His specialty is carbon monoxide measurement, fuel-burning equipment evaluation, and carbon monoxide safety. To quote Bob, “Be safe, be accurate, be sure. Measurement is education.” His blog can be accessed at the link below.
This blog by Dan Holohan can be of help to both homeowners and technicians. Some of the posts are less about heating equipment and the HVACR industry and more about life in general. Interesting reading. You can reach Dan’s blog via the link below.