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Hot Topic Discussed in Indiana

Hot Topic Discussed in Indiana


The Indiana Chapter of the SCRT held its third meeting Tuesday February 8.  The event was a success with SCRT board member Rachel Adams making a quick appearance to tell attendees about the benefits of SCRT Membership.

During the meeting, Kari Cole, then President of the Indiana Chapter announced that she would step down and nominated Mike Watkins as new Chapter President.  The subsequent vote was unanimous, and Mike became the new President of the Indiana Chapter of SCRT.

The remainder of the meeting was an open discussion on heating equipment used in the restoration industry.  Along with the discussion, a spreadsheet Mike Watkins had made from research from the various manufacturers was given to all those attending.  It was a comparison of the various heated drying products most commonly used in the restoration industry.

After the discussion a short trip downstairs enabled those attending to get a little hands-on experience and to understand a few of the various heaters that manufacturers have supplied to the Hydro Lab for use and exposure.

Richard Anderson with Dry Smart was a surprise attendee with his diesel-fired trailer.  Those present were able to see a hands on demonstration of a trailer mounted heating system.  Further discussion around the products concluded a very pleasurable and informative meeting for those who attended.  At least five people drove 2 to 3 hours for the event which was well worth their trip.

 

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"The Society of Cleaning and Restoration Technicians is a nonprofit trade association for companies of all sizes and sectors in the inspection, cleaning, restoration, and related industries. The SCRT's mission is to be the leading worldwide resource that provides members with up-to-date technical, management, and marketing information. The SCRT will help companies be successful in ways that demonstrate respect for ethical values, industry coworkers, allied vendors, consumers, communities, and the environment."

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