Kevin Freidt

To support its commitment to deliver superior technical support, Caleffi North America, Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Dan Firkus to the position of application engineer. Firkus is responsible for supporting and answering technical calls, e-mails and social media inquiries. “When we receive a technical support inquiry, our customer typically needs immediate answers.  Read more

To support its commitment to deliver superior technical support, Caleffi North America, Inc. is pleased to announce the hiring of Dan Firkus to the position of application engineer. Firkus is responsible for supporting and answering technical calls, e-mails and social media inquiries.

“When we receive a technical support inquiry, our customer typically needs immediate answers.  Our goal is to be the best in the business in providing the right answers right away. Dan’s extensive 27-year background in the trades combined with his product and application knowledge makes him a perfect fit for us and our customer,” said Kevin Freidt, Caleffi director of product management and technical support.

Firkus’s prior experiences include positions at Dave Droegkamp Heating (Hartland, Wisc.) and Lake Country Heating & Cooling (Oconomowoc, Wisc.).  He may be contacted at (414) 238-2360, techsupport.us@caleffi.com or dan.firkus@caleffi.com.

https://youtu.be/CrAUeDaCZVQ The ideal fluid in a hydronic heating or cooling system is a fluid without any impurities, air bubbles or dissolved gases. But how is that accomplished? Watch and listen as Caleffi’s Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr hosts “Coffee with Caleffi” and shares the technical duties for this segment with Kevin Freidt, Director of Product Management Read more

The ideal fluid in a hydronic heating or cooling system is a fluid without any impurities, air bubbles or dissolved gases. But how is that accomplished? Watch and listen as Caleffi’s Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr hosts “Coffee with Caleffi” and shares the technical duties for this segment with Kevin Freidt, Director of Product Management and Technical Support. They will discuss the importance of air elimination and explain the differences in functionality between air vents and air separators in hydronic systems.