Tech Tips This month’s tips include information on gas heating and mini split communication errors. Most all modern forced air gas heating appliances provide some handy information for us on the data plate. One of the most common errors on mini split systems are communication faults. Often we unwittingly cause them. Read more Here. December 2014 Tech Tips Residential Duct Design ACCA Manual D is the ultimate authority on duct design. However one tool that has proven itself reliable over the years is the Duct Velocity Chart. In short, if you size your duct based on the velocity of the air, your static pressure falls into line. You should always double check some of your longer duct runs by calculating their total static pressure but the chart can speed up your design efforts. Click here to down load. VelocitySizingChart Titus Products Titus is the premier line of air distribution products. With grilles, diffusers and registers in a variety of finish from basic to wood grain and custom. Titus is also a leader in technical resources with many technical webinars available for you. For more information in general visit Titus at; https://www.titus-hvac.com/ For a complete list of all the Titus webinars available, visit; https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLEE7DBEEE6F14596A Read More...
Norman S. Wright Company is one of Arizona’s finest HVAC distributors. Our experienced sales and engineering staff can serve you on Plan/Spec and Design/Build projects. Our talented counter folks can help you find the parts you need for commercial service and replacements as well as residential new equipment, service and replacements.
Our large, well stocked counter and showroom has all the accessories you need to get your job done. We also carry a large selection of tools.
And we can deliver that inventory anywhere in the state of Arizona, using our own trucks, package delivery services, couriers or freight shippers.
Norman S. Wright Sr. started the company in 1906 in San Francisco as a supplier of ventilation equipment to the marine industry. In 1933 Norman Wright Jr. joined the company as the company was expanding and entering the heating and ventilation field by representing several HVAC products. After serving in the Merchant Marine during WWII, Norman Wright Jr. returned to become president of the company. He strengthened the company’s HVAC efforts by establishing 14 offices throughout the West from San Diego, California to Anchorage, Alaska.
In 1952, Norman Wright Jr. hired Bob Langmade to open an office in Phoenix and Norman S. Wright & Co.SW was formed. In order to serve the southwest, offices and warehouses in Tucson, Albuquerque, and EL Paso Texas were established. in the 1970’s, Norman Wright Jr. retired and Norman S Wright & Co. SW became a separate organization from the original company in San Francisco. Today, Norman S. Wright & C0.SW has over 50 employees and over 50,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space to meet our customers’ needs.
We represent the best manufactures of HVAC equipment, covering a broad range of products. Our people have the dedication, product knowledge, and experience to assist you. The items listed on this web site are based on meeting your needs, the customer. Please let us know if there is anything we need to add to our stock or services to make your job easier. All of us are dedicated to meeting the needs of our customers and exceeding your expectations.
We thank you for your business and look forward to supporting you in the years to come.
We want to be your supplier of choice.