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Articles Tagged with ''hydronics''
Let’s get right to it with some steam-trap advice.
Young joined Legend in 2013 as Illinois territory manager. Prior to joining Legend, Young was a sales representative based in Michigan where he sold residential and commercial plumbing and PVF products
The course is a unique opportunity to learn advanced techniques and strategies from John Siegenthaler, P.E.
The conference will be held in conjunction with the 2015 AHR Expo in Chicago Jan. 26-28, 2015.
There’s a lot going on in the world right now and these events are affecting the price of fuel and the type of fuel we’ll be using in the days ahead. That’s going to have an impact on our businesses. Russian oil moves through Ukraine to Europe and this may change by the time you read this.
GE is expanding its family of Energy Star-rated GeoSpring hybrid electric heat pump water heaters to include an 80-gal. unit.
I’m in the last 20 months of doing seminars and that has me reflecting on the places I’ve been and the sometimes strange and always wonderful things I’ve seen when it comes to heating.
Webstone expands its product line to include thermostatic mixing valves.
In many parts of the U.S., the summer of 2013 was a banner season for solar energy collection. Many solar thermal systems, especially those in the over-baked western part of the country, undoubtedly collected enough heat that they reached the upper temperature limit of the storage tank and had to dump excess heat.
The course is part of a new continuing education initiative directed toward the goal of an ANSI-recognized certification program for radiant heating and cooling system designers and installers.