The time has come to start distinguishing the difference between the same old HVACR and progressive HVACR equipment and training and experience.
Campbell, CA (PRWEB) December 11, 2014
The heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) industry has a new refreshing term to describe how to control heat and use it for comfort, specific applications to make every day and not so everyday life easier as well as reduce energy consumption.
"The time has come to start distinguishing the difference between the same old HVACR and progressive HVACR equipment and training and experience," Susan Nichol, CEO of Cold Craft, Inc. This is why Cold Craft, Inc. is a Tempology Certified company.
Tempology™ is a Registered Trademark through the United States Patent and Trademark Office of the Department of Commerce. Tempology is the term to describe the science behind controlling heat. This includes moving heat (as in refrigeration, air conditioning or heat pump usage or LPA pumps). Specifically, tempology is used to control HVACR operation, energy consumption and cost for both commercial and residential customers. The tempology focus is also to help the HVACR technician and installer become educated and experienced enough to become super techs. The philosophy is to move technicians/installers and HVACR companies forward to accomplish what may have been considered impossible just a few short years ago.
HVACR contractors using Tempology's philosophies and methodologies are sought after by consumers as well as energy conservation entities around the world. Examples of Tempology's specialties include geothermal, economical refrigeration techniques, ice applications for conserving energy, LPA pumps, controls, high efficient HVACR equipment to name a few.
The expectation is that HVACR contractors will start to educate their employees in methodologies and processes that embrace the tempology philosophy.
Cold Craft, Inc. is a Tempology approved company to use the term for specific controls, equipment, methodology and consulting. Cold Craft, Cold Craft, Inc. opened for business in 1991 serving the San Francisco bay area in heating, air conditioning and refrigeration for both commercial and residential aspects of the trade. Although Cold Craft can complete almost any installation or repair, the company thrives on energy efficient ideas such as geothermal or geothermal using a swimming pool instead of drilling. The company has a continuous improvement program that includes incentives for education such as being NATE certified; this is why Cold Craft was awarded the Circle of Excellence from NATE, the gold standard in HVAC. The firm also has been Diamond Certified for 12 years. The employees also pride themselves on offering new technology, renewable and energy efficient solutions. Cold Craft’s goal is to continue to grow in the HVACR industry in the bay area and hire additional experienced technicians and installers. Learn more at http://www.coldcraft.com, or follow Cold Craft, Inc. on Twitter @suzi_coldcraft.