Our sole purpose at MTI is to provide the best possible building performance, comfort and safety.


A smaller building may have a single, computerized HVAC controller that operates the direct digital control (DDC) system. However, a large building normally requires a more complex system of controllers, divided into separate sections called tiers. This is called the architecture of the system. First Tier The first tier is a central workstation, consisting of… more »

Training The importance of an Energized Electrical Work Permit (EEWP)

Electrical work is to be performed in a de-energized state unless energized work can be justified. Where energized work is permitted without justification, the company or organization can be subject to being fined for willful violations, which are the most expensive types of fines. They can also be subject to possible criminal charges where someone… more »

Training Electrical Safety Training Seminar

Electrical hazards cause more than 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries in the workplace every year. Because electricity isn’t very forgiving, these workplace injuries and accidents are disproportionately fatal and costly. Date: February 12th, 2015 Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm Location: 815 Cerise Rd. Lockwood Cost: $55.00 – includes Lunch Seminar will cover the following information: Electrical… more »

Training Electrical Safety Training to be offered

Mechanical Technology, Inc. will be presenting a class entitled: ELECTRICAL SAFETY : A Practical Guide to OSHA & NFPA 70 E This 5 hour class will cover a wide range of topics including: Electrical Hazards & Safety Concepts Training Qualified & Unqualified Workers Approach Boundaries & Arc Flash Hazards Choosing & Inspecting PPE Guidelines for… more »

Training September High Pressure / Low Pressure Boiler Class

Mechanical Technology will be providing a Combined High Pressure/Low Pressure boiler class September 23rd thru the 25th at our facility in Billings.  The class will be taught by Rich Rose who is a Montana State certified boiler instructor. For more information and to register please call  406-245-8340

Training Low/High Pressure Boiler Class

May 27-29, 2014: 8:00am – 5:00pm Location: Mechanical Technology Inc. 815 Cerise Road Billings, MT 59101 *Dates and/or location subject to change. Cancellation if minimum number not met. Class size limited. These three-day seminars will cover the following topics: Introduction to Boilers & Associated Systems – Boiler Water Treatment Boiler Operation Procedures Boiler Operation Safety… more »

Training Do you provide the proper PPE for your workers?

Are you providing your workers with the appropriate PPE for the type of work they are doing? Even if they are working on mechanical equipment, they may be exposed to dangerous electrical hazards. We can help with both minimizing electrical hazards and supplying you with the proper PPE. Don’t let an accident like this happen… more »

Training Managing Arc Flash in Your Facility

Here are six questions that plant managers and building operators must be able to answer about arc flash protection. 1. What level of arc flash risks exist in my plant? 2. How do I begin the arc flash hazard analysis process? 3. What worker protective measures can I take? 4. What mitigating measures can I… more »

Training Ear Canal Inserts (Plugs) for Arc Flash in NFPA 70E: Research

Here is some updated research on hearing protection and NFPA 70E requirements Posted by Hugh Hoagland ArcWear.com has performed testing on ear plugs in arc flash. This testing is included in e-Hazard.com electrical safety training classes such as the Low Voltage Qualified (NFPA 70E) class and the NESC, OSHA 1910.269 Line Mechanics and Meter Technician… more »