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By Jeffrey Stewart, Technical Sales Engineer – Kano Laboratories   Ask about a typical day in the life of a heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) mechanical contractor and you’ll hear about all kinds of experiences. Installing, maintaining, and repairing climate control systems indoors or out, HVAC service technicians have seen it all. The work often Read more

Makita’s new Impact XPS™ is the industry’s new leading line of bits and fastening accessories. The new Impact XPS insert and power bits are designed to handle the high-torque demands of professional users in all trades, lasting up to 90-times longer than standard bits. For plumbing and mechanical contractors, Impact XPS is ideal for fixture Read more

This week, at construction offices and job sites all across the country, the A/E/C community is taking time to proactively communicate the importance of safety.  The solidarity and unified message communicated by those participating in Safety Week sets a powerful example and provides a platform for reminding the industry of its responsibility to promote safety Read more

Designed specifically for the new construction and replacement/retrofit market, the small footprint LV Split System heat pump comes in 8 sizes – 1.5 through 6 tons – and permits the condensing section to be placed remotely from the air handler section, allowing the unit to be placed in locations where space is limited or where Read more

Wayne T. Day, 1997 MCAA president and former president of John J. Kirlin, Inc. (Rockville, MD), passed away on June 17.  He was 70.  A graduate of North Carolina State University with a degree in chemical engineering, Day was president of the Kirlin Group from 1984 until 2006, when he retired. Under his leadership, the Read more