Considering the cost and availability of sheet metal, is it time to consider giving our phenolic ductwork a try?
First, it was industrial makeup air. More recently, a focus on dust collection. Now, Air Flow is tackling oil mist. With Absolent. Your customers shouldn’t have their employees work on a skating rink. And who wants to breathe air with lots of cutting oil suspended...
Air Flow’s customer portal is now live. With a few clicks to register, you can check the status of your project on demand.
#1: Design and Budget Around What’s in Stock
If you are a commercial (or sometimes commercial) contractor, you’re pricing stuff on the fly. The scope is changing, the schedule is changing, you know the drill.
#2: Give Gripple a Go
Threaded rod kind of sucks.
It’s heavy. It bends. It’s time consuming to install. It costs you labor hours every time you put it in.
#3: Solve a Sound Problem. Fast. With Acoustic Flex
Duct systems get loud for a lot of reasons. Extra duct offsets, VAV close to the air handler, tight spaces, light building construction, plenum ceilings, partition walls not full height, loud rooftops, oversped fans. On and on.
#4: “I need the curbs, rails, and portals here tomorrow”
By the time you got your purchase order from the GC or the owner, you’re already late. Sometimes you can get a curb ordered and shipped in just a couple days, but it’s often when those lead times get out to be two weeks.
#5: More Stock Electric Heat than Anyone Else
But we have them. Lots of them. Berko heaters. Which ones? Look on Distribution Depot.
From time to time in our industry, bundling happens. I think we all know what it means. (The historical definition is a lot more fun. I didn’t know that bundling was a term for fully clothed spooning.) But bundling doesn’t just happen. Someone has to make the...
Never call your sales team again to check Air Flow’s inventory… Instead of building its own E-Commerce platform, Air Flow has decided to partner with Distribution Depot to peddle our warehouse wares. For those of you unfamiliar, the Englers, former owners of...
A few weeks ago, Air Flow sent out a request to our engineering community to see what interest there would be to review our recorded training classes online. We were delighted to see that at least 25 of you read that blog post, because we had at least that many...
It’s a loaded question. Over the past few months, I’ve hosted a handful of training classes for Air Flow. More than a handful of you came, and I appreciate it! The training classes are recorded, linked on Air Flow’s website. Check ‘em out. Question for you, Mr. and...