Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Behind the scenes look at the filming of RemTec's YouTube Video

Wrapping up the shoot!

A look at the Refrigerant video filming
Taylor doing an interview in the small conference room
Taylor in RemTec's AHRI on-site laboratory

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

RemTec Recharges

This is a reminder if you have a clean agent discharge that RemTec has a Platinum Recharge Services for Halon 1301, HFC-227ea, HFC-236fa, HFC-125 and Novec 1230. Our Green Team provides RemTec Quick Quotes within an hour of your request.

We can handle your leaking cylinder or discharge crisis and provide the quickest turnaround. Total service at all times of the day, coast to coast, wherever you need us, RemTec is here for you.

RemTec can also do emergency recharges and has a 24 hour turnaround program. We have over 2000 gently-used and refurbished system cylinders to reduce your customer’s down time. Each recharge is unique and special requests are not uncommon.

We also buy Halon 1301, Halon 1211, HFC-227ea, HFC-236fa, HFC-125 and Novec 1230.
RemTec is now on YouTube, visit us at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5jOCvrvelw

Contact Terri AuFrance, Jaclyn Schilkey and the Green Team for more
information and Quick Quotes.
**For Emergencies call Terri’s Cell Phone 419-466-6238**

Friday, June 4, 2010

National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

Come see Terri AuFrance & Patricia Burns at Booth 606 June 7th-10th at Mandalay Bay in Vegas at the 2010 NFPA Conference!

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Article from DNA info Manhattan News about Halon

Very interesting article. Something to keep in mind!

June 3, 2010 12:12pm

The leak of a fire-extinguishing substance in the Financial District station sent four people to the hospital Thursday morning.

The World Trade Center PATH Station in the Financial District.
By Patrick Hedlund
DNAinfo News Editor

FINANCIAL DISTRICT — A substance used to extinguish fires accidentally leaked into the World Trade Center PATH Station Thursday morning, injuring several people, transit officials said.
Four workers suffered minor injuries when the substance, commonly used a fire suppressant, was released from an automatic extinguisher inside a signal station near the tracks, a Port Authority spokesman said.
Smoke from welding work taking place near the signal room set off the automatic extinguisher around 10:30 a.m., sending workers in the room running, spokesman Steve Coleman explained.
He said the injuries might have been caused by the workers scarmbling to get out of the room.
All the injured parties were transported to New York Downtown Hospital for evaluation, the FDNY said.

Read more: http://dnainfo.com/20100603/financial-district-battery-park-city/gas-leak-at-world-trade-center-path-station-injures-four#ixzz0pphDok4u