RectorSeal is proud to announce the introduction of the Wide Mouth Gallon PVC Conduit 633L, Low-VOC cement. The part number for this new product is 55979. Our Conduit 633L PCV cement is rated for electrical PVC conduit up to 6 inch schedule 80 pipe. No primer is needed code permitting.
The wide mouth can provides contractors easier application on larger PVC pipe applications. The wide mouth gives better pouring capability, the ability to use a larger application dauber and overall ease of use.
COPPER-RICH™ has many uses on the job, in the shop or even around the house. From super high voltage SS Kearny’s to low voltage wire nuts. It copper plates the connection helping protect against normal expansion and contraction due to the heat of electrical current.
A great tool in connections between copper and aluminum wiring to help prevent overheating and oxidation that is prevalent in such dissimilar metal connections. Other battery or electrical connections, particularly in extreme climates, can benefit from a coating of COPPER-RICH™ as well. How about your lug nuts on the boat trailer? Need some corrosion protection as well as anti-seize? Then checkout COPPER-RICH™ or maybe one of our other anti-seize products like Break-Out™ here
RectorSeal and Haier’s Equipment & Training Donation Puts Moore Tech HVAC School on Mini-Split Map in Memphis
Hands-on ductless mini-split installation project cools classrooms and gives HVAC/R program students at William R. Moore Technical College complete start to finish training.
Thanks to donated equipment and training from RectorSeal Corp. and Haier Ductless Air, William R. Moore College of Technology (Moore Tech) students will enter the local Memphis, Tenn., HVAC service/installation workforce with ductless mini-split air conditioning system expertise.
RectorSeal’s National Technical Manager, James Bowman and Haier’s Technical Support Manager, Karreen Mann spent July 6-9 assisting and training Moore Tech Air Conditioning Instructor, Colin Ford and his 18 HVAC/R program students during the installation. The group installed the donated multi-zone rooftop condenser, four evaporator coils, condensate pumps, overflow switches, line set protection ducting and many other installation accessories integral to mini-split installation. The equipment is now cooling the vocational school’s remodeled machine shop, plus welding and HVAC/R classrooms. One classroom sports an additional working evaporator that provides on-going demonstration and hands-on learning, a founding principle of the school’s educational philosophy. “They already learned the classroom/textbook principles of air conditioning, so this was pure on-the-job training where students performed every part of the installation,” said Ford, a NATE and EPA-certified technician and Moore Tech alumni.