Not touching your face is easier said than done.
The Fab 4 practicing social distancing!
UltraViolet Devices, Inc. (UVDI) offers a portable filtration unit, the V-PAC SC, that kills over 99% of viruses. The unit contains 6 stages of filtration, including a germicidal UV light and activated carbon for odor control. Shown here is Air Equipment’s own Scott Yusinas, who just bought one for his home. Contact Air Equipment and visit UVDI’s website.
Cell phone? Check. Laptop with Loren Cook fan selection software? Check. Red Sox World Series DVDs (all 4)? Check. James Bond movies (all 26)? Check. Rosary beads (just in case)? Check.
All righty, then. I’m ready to work from home!
The Air Equipment employees of Irish descent celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Clockwise from upper left: Mr. Leprechaun, Herb Marone, Mike Casey, Ken Hamilton, Bill Dunn, Sean Duffy, Mike McCoy, and Joe Scott.
If you need an exhaust blower in a corrosive environment, check out Plastec Ventilation’s line of polypropylene fans. Perfect for lab hoods, food processing, and natatoriums. For more information, visit plastecvent.net or call Air Equipment.
At Air Equipment LLC, our East Hartford warehouse is filled with spiral ductwork. We stock from sizes 4″ all the way to 36″ diameter. Plus all sorts of gasketed elbows, transitions, take-offs, end caps, and registers. Call Air Equipment for all your spiral duct needs!
It’s time for the “El-bro” greeting (which, of course, is appropriate for all genders). In light of the current coronavirus situation, those of us in sales should break the habit of shaking hands dozens of time each day. The elbow bump (or “el-bro”) is a good and safe way to say “Hi.”
Sad news. The CT ASHRAE tour of Amherst College’s new Science Building, scheduled for March 19th, has been cancelled, due to concerns about the Coronavirus. Hopefully, it can be re-scheduled for the Fall. Stay safe out there!
Mark your calendars! On Thurs, March 19th, the Conn. Chapter of ASHRAE will tour the new Science Building at Amherst College. There will be a Panel Discussion with the Owner, Architects, and Engineers (our good friends at vanZelm Engineers!). Visit ctashrae.org to register.