Randal's "Tech Blog"
May 16, 2011
"Why is my Initial Massachusett's Sheet Metal License Only Good for One Year?"
I am sure by now many of you have received your Massachusett's Sheet Metal Licenses and were quite surprised to see that they would expire in 1-year and in some case a few months instead of the two-years we all thought.
Multi-Media Educational Presentation
September 13, 2010
Check out our latest training presentation titled "The Roll of the Ground in A Flame Rectification Circuit'.
In this video the technician will get a short explaination of Flame Rectification, Its importance to the circuit, what ground is and how the ground works and how to use your volt-meter to check the units ground.
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"The New Proposed Mechanical License"
How many of you have heard about the new proposal for a Mechanical Licensing Law being proposed by a “small group of industry members” to combine licensing for plumbers, gas fitters and oil burner techs (yes another license), all of who are under the regulative authority of the Department of Safety into one mechanical licensing board or entity?
According to the NHPMC Pipeline Newsletter this proposal came about because of two bills introduced in the NH legislature this session, HB 517 calling for the repeal of the gas fitters law and HB 394 which would have required licensing for oil burner technicians. Both of these bills are dead for this session but will be back next year.
Two Locations to serve you better:
171 East Hollis St.
875 Page St.
I thought they were supposed to be for a two year term but if you read the procedures for license renewal you will see this is not so. See 3.02 below.