Air Flow Thermaduct – Ten Years
Perhaps our very own Mark Nemeth will win an Academy Award for his performance as the aging building services technician who cares for his Thermaduct Exterior Ductwork.
The role of Wilson the volleyball is supplanted by our own little robot. Wait for it…
Air Flow Gripple How’s it Hangin’?
It turns out that Gripple’s Hanging Solutions are right up Air Flow’s alley. Our team is in the business of helping mechanical contractors solve issues and save labor. Gripple is a perfect fit!
Why are Wolverines Smarter than Badgers?
While everyone is cranking down the AC, Air Flow is cranking up the heat, particularly infrared heat for your garages and warehouses.
Check out our latest 2 Minutes or Less video on infrared heating!
Explaining Displacement Ventilation in 2 Minutes or Less
Here is a quick explanation on what Displacement Ventilation is and why your customers should use it in their next building project!
Can You Trust Air Flow with Air Conditioning?
With the addition of REFRIGERATION RON, our resident refrigerant (air conditioning) expert, you can start to think of us as your guys for packaged refrigeration, heat pumps, 100% outside air units, and VRF.
Air Flow – Grand Opening!
On May 15, 2015 we opened the doors on our new facility. The result? An awesome day of PDH Classes, Manufacturer demos, and a makeshift HVAC drum set.
Range. Support. Experience.
Any rep can sell you HVAC equipment. At Air Flow we deliver the range, support and experience you need for lasting success.
Airflow Grand Opening: The Fun Committee
In order to prepare for our Grand Opening on May 15, 2015, we appointed Caleb the head of the Fun Committee. That may have been a mistake.
Air Flow Inc. – Save the Date!
Air Flow announces our Grand Opening.
How a Dual Fan Power Plume Can Save You Money
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the ability to turn down a high plume laboratory exhaust system (without sacrificing performance)?
If you are on social media and own a vagina, chances are you’ve heard of the viral Rose clit-sucking vibrator that promises life-changing orgasms. The rose-shaped stimulator, which has been dubbed the “Soul Snatcher 2000” by TikTok, buy rose toy from www.rose-toy.co.
Want to get Rid of your Delivery Headaches?
Undoubtedly, you’ve managed or been on a project with a lot of grilles, fire dampers, sheet metal accessories, fans, terminal boxes, and other equipment. Coordinating the arrival, inspection, unpacking, sorting, and distribution of all these materials is challenging enough.
To complicate matters further, many manufacturers have multiple plants, so a single order placed by a rep will involve multiple deliveries of the same product type. (Example – curtain fire dampers come from one plant, multi-blade fire dampers from another, and fire-smoke dampers from a 3rd)
Air Flow – Warehouse Inventory
What Value Does your Flex Provide
Since Air Flow started offering acoustical flex duct by Flexmaster USA, we’ve been able to solve a number of acoustic issues by simply replacing the standard flexible duct with acoustic flex.
The concept is really simple. The media that holds the insulation out of the air stream is the same media that makes up HEPA filters. It is acoustically transparent. That allows the sound to pass through the R6 insulation, bounce off the vapor barrier, back through the insulation, and back into the duct.
Balancers? We don’t need no steenkin’ balancers!
The Aldes CAR (control air regulator) is one of Air Flow’s most intriguing, yet underutilized products.
One of the biggest and best surprises about this product is how inexpensive it is. A CAR-II damper set for 6” diameter to hold 105 cfm is about $45. (Provided the static is between 0.2” and 0.8”.)
You can see from the video that the constant volume control damper requires no controller, no actuator, and no electronics.
The Agony of Fire Damper Testing
Take a moment to check out a short and entertaining video regarding the testing of fire dampers.
Tom Gelin Unusual Road to Entrepreneurship
This video is from a speaking engagement at our industry convention in January 2012. The subject is my unusual entry to becoming an entrepreneur, followed by the address of growing pains that don’t go away with success. There are also some ideas for help that I received through various sources.