Jun 10, 2019 | Source: Hermanson Marketing
Feature Photo Credit // Jason Heritage
In January 2018, Hermanson opened a 10,000 square foot pipe shop in the SODO area of Seattle.This new location doubles Hermanson’s pipe fabrication space and puts us just minutes from projects in Seattle and Bellevue.In the latest GoPro for a Day installment, Fitting Forman Ken Flores and the Pipe Shop team take viewers on a virtual tour of the Shop’s copper pipe cutting and assembly of pre-fabricated heated/chilled water racks. The TigerStop™ automated pipe cutting machine cuts pipe faster and more efficiently than traditional pipe cutting methods and assures accuracy down to 0.004”.“Having the pipe cutting machine has quadrupled our... Read More
If you’re in the construction industry, you may have heard of a Trimble, but maybe you don’t know exactly what it does or how it’s used.
In this installment of Hermanson’s “GoPro For A Day” series, our cameras follow Sheet Metal Journeyman and Trimble Operator Vanessa Carman through the Trimble process out at the Harrison Hospital Acute Care Expansion project in Silverdale to show you what a typical “day in the life” of a Trimble Operator looks like.
The Trimble is a robotic instrument used to accurately measure slope distances and mark installation points for sleeves and hangers in the building... Read More
In the second installment of Hermanson’s “GoPro for a Day” series, cameras follow Sheet Metal Journeyman Tina Dannewitz through the fabrication of air duct sections in the Hermanson metal shop in Kent.
Tina operates a coil line ductwork manufacturing machine, which uses large spools of galvanized sheet metal to fabricate “L” shaped duct pieces. Each “L” piece is one-half of a pair, which combined together will create a complete section of rectangular ductwork.
The process starts by pulling the required flat sheet metal from a spool and feeding it into the machine. According to the settings entered by Tina, the machine will... Read More
The best way to determine if an installed commercial HVAC system is running properly is to have it tested!In the video below, follow Hermanson TAB Field Engineer Soph Davenberry through the Test, Adjust, and Balance (TAB) process of a packaged HVAC rooftop unit at a leased commercial space in Georgetown to see if the equipment is operating per design.This is the first video in the “GoPro For A Day” series where Hermanson will follow employees on the job to give you an insider’s look into the mechanical construction field. Stay tuned!... Read More