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Bernard K Brifu

age ~67

from Staten Island, NY

Also known as:
  • Bernard Brifu
  • Bernard V
  • Oifu B Bernard
Phone and address:
92 Lockman Ave, Staten Island, NY 10303

Bernard Brifu Phones & Addresses

  • 92 Lockman Ave, Staten Island, NY 10303
  • South Amboy, NJ
  • Yonkers, NY

Work

  • Company:
    Police athletic league - Staten Island, NY
    Mar 2012
  • Position:
    Program aide (temp)

Education

  • School / High School:
    Per Scholas Institute for Technology- Bronx, NY
    Feb 2011
  • Specialities:
    Customer Service
Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bernard Brifu
President
RINACO AIR INDUSTRIES, LTD
Heating Air Conditioning & Ventilation Contractor
37-22 30 St, Long Island City, NY 11101
92 Lockman Ave, Staten Island, NY 10303
718-815-3886

Resumes

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Bernard Brifu Staten Island, NY

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Work:
Police Athletic League
Staten Island, NY
Mar 2012 to May 2013
Program Aide (Temp)
Neuberger Berman
New York, NY
May 2011 to Aug 2011
Desktop Support (Interim)
New York City Housing
New York, NY
Jul 2009 to Aug 2010
Youth Counselor
Education:
Per Scholas Institute for Technology
Bronx, NY
Feb 2011 to Jun 2011
Customer Service
Borough of Manhattan Community College
New York, NY
Jan 2006

Us Patents

  • Package Terminal/Split Unit Air Conditioning

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  • US Patent:
    20020092313, Jul 18, 2002
  • Filed:
    Jan 16, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    09/760859
  • Inventors:
    Bernard Brifu - Staten Island NY, US
  • International Classification:
    F25D023/12
    F25B047/00
  • US Classification:
    062/280000, 062/262000
  • Abstract:
    A system and method for a package terminal/split unit air conditioning unit which eliminates condensate leakage normally associated with air conditioning systems. The present invention includes a first section and a second section, where the first section connects to the second section by means of refrigeration piping, drain piping and electrical wiring and the first section includes a blower chamber and a condensing chamber. The air conditioning unit may operate with the two sections joined together or separated. During operation, the second section generates and collects condensate in a drain pan, the accumulated condensate flows, via drain piping, into a centrifugal blower within the first section. The centrifugal fan blower conveys the condensate into the condensing chamber. The heat within the condensing chamber causes the condensate to evaporate, and therefore eliminates leakage of condensate from the second section.

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