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March '20

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60 • RV PRO • March 2020 rv-pro.com Bishop describes himself as "a build- it-and-sell-it engineer." "I'm a developer," he says. "My attitude is 'Great; you've made one. Now, let's make 1,000.' My job is to keep things from hit- ting Ken's desk so he can go do his thing. It's an awesome partnership." Keeping the Line Running The two men are confident that Aries- turned-Gold-Heat has always had a great product – or rather two products. Although Gold Heat is designed specifically to pro- vide warm floors under the tile of Class A diesel-pushers, the company's Black Gold does the same thing at a lower cost under the floors of towable units. For much of its history, the company has focused on getting its electrically heated mats under the porcelain and tile floors of high-end units with enough power to support the slightly heavier floors, and it's done it well. And, with an OEM customer list that includes Newmar Corp., Tiffin Motor- Gold Heat President Ken Millard is part of the team working on training videos under the working title "Bald Spot Videos." The videos cover topics such as installation and troubleshooting. Infrared cameras allow precise tracing and troubleshooting of heating wires. Cameras are now available for as low as $300. The SunSpot system uses infrared thermography to accurately find faults and locate heating wires. The SunSpot system, coupled with affordable infrared cameras, enables rapid fault finding and heating wire tracing.

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