February 23, 2021

Shop Talk Showdown with Bob "Hot Rod" Rohr

EPISODE 2:  Getting Mixed up at the O.K. Corral
Monday, Feb. 22
6:30-7:30 pm CST

There is a new sheriff in town!  Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr is back in the saddle for this 2021 edition of Shop Talk.   We've partnered up with Mechanical Hub to offer you a real good time.

In Episode 2 Hot Rod will look into 3-way mixing valves. Just which valve IS THE BEST for a particular installation? What in tarnation do the various listing numbers mean and how do they apply to common installations? Watch for a giveaway.  Two ace-high members of our audience will take home the award-winning AngleMix™ thermostatic mixing valve.  Yee-haw!

We reckon there'll be a showdown. Sheriff Hot Rod will moderate a spirited debate between speakers Cody Mack and Max Rohr as they tussle over the use of thermostatic OR electronic mixing valves for commercial applications.

You'll learn:
→ Mixed up about 3 way valves? We can help.
→ How about a look-see inside a thermostatic mixing valves?
→ Do mixing valve listings mix you up? Let us help you, partner!
→ Electronic mixing valves, yikes!, I an analog man.

Don't know "Hot Rod"? Recently recognized with the 2020-2022 Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence, he effortlessly shares his 35+ years' of experience as a contractor and currently serves as a training and education manager at Caleffi.

Cody has nearly 20 years’ experience as an installation contractor, service tech, application engineer and most recently training manager for Caleffi. He's a family man, motorcycle-enthusiast and a "jack of all trades, master of a few.”

Max is a self-described hydronics and thermostat nerd. He has worked in the hydronics and solar industries for 20 years in the installation, sales and manufacturing sectors. Like father, like son Max, currently serves as a training and education manager at Caleffi.

We're much obliged to our audience and Mechanical Hub​. Yee-haw... we'll sure have some fun!

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