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Finance

FinanceOne of the biggest challenges you’ll face handling a high capital project is financing. While traditional banks and lenders are an option, their lack of understanding of your needs and the scope of the project often results in underfunding or outright turndowns.  Because of this gap of service, ATI of New York has recently teamed […]

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Power Flame Gas/#2 Oil Burners in Stock

ATI is proud to announce our immediate availability of C1-GO-10 through C5-GO-30 burners in stock and ready to ship. Each burner is equipped with UL, NYC DEP (regulator unsealed & unstamped), Adjustable Flange, Color Coded Wiring Diagram, Siemens Gas Train, Direct Spark Oil Ignition and more. These burners are equipped and ready to apply to the […]

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New Team Member Announcement

ATI is proud to welcome Wendy Parr back to the team! We are pleased to announce the immediate addition of Wendy Parr back to the Customer Service team. Wendy is well known by most of our customer base and has an outstanding track record of excellence in dealing with customers for all of our product lines. […]

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Who Needs to “Blow off Some Steam?”

A question that comes up quite often is “Do I need to install a blow down separator with my steam boiler?” Our answer is YES. Why? In New York State, it is not permissible, by code, to discharge water from a boiler system that is >140 degrees, F. As blow-down from a steam boiler enters the […]

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Water Treatment for Steam Boiler Applications

A properly exercised water treatment program for steam boiler applications is essential to satisfy three main objectives: continuous heat exchange, production of high quality steam, and corrosion/deposition protection. A water treatment program consists of both external and internal treatment where preventative measures are achieved through mechanical and chemical means. Water is known as the universal solvent […]

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“It Doesn’t Seem to Work Correctly”

I once had the opportunity to give a training class for the people in the HVAC apprentice program for Local 355 in Suffolk County. I was impressed by the facility and the interest and sincerity of the folks there. It’s good to see people who want to be the best at their trade. One fellow […]

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Gas Fired Radiant Heating

A common mistake that engineers and contractors make is using forced air heat for applications where infrared heat would be a better design option. There are many warehouses and other installations where infrared heat would provide a better comfort level and an energy savings of 50% over unit heaters. Radiant heat is the perfect application […]

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The Gas Utility

The local utility may have rates, services and/or incentives to help influence a design or equipment selection. By understanding Gas Utility rates you may have more options available. ATI represents manufacturers’ of equipment that qualify for these rates and will perform in applications that may not have come to mind before. Seasonal or full time service may […]

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Technology: It’s Here to Stay

When it comes to technology in the mechanical room we often greet the unknown with cautious optimism and ambivalence. “I’ve been dong it this way for 30 years and I’ve never had a problem!” is one recurring voice. “Since I’ve installed this @#%* I’ve been back here every night for two weeks on a service call!” […]

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Technology & Emissions

As we ready ourselves for the challenges of a new heating season we do so with cautious optimism. The political climate both domestically and abroad continues to spur concern and uncertainty with respect to the cost of energy. Our history is riddled with stories ranging from energy rationing during World War’s I & II to the […]

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