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Articles Tagged with ''hydronics''
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.
Michel Sales Agency recently hosted a daylong seminar on “Cutting Edge Hydronics,” presented by BNP Media Plumbing Group Hydronics Editor John Siegenthaler, P.E., of Appropriate Designs.
Hydronic heating has long been known for providing superior cold weather comfort. Even so, a question that often comes from a potential client — one who has already been convinced of the benefits of hydronic heating — is, “What about cooling?”
The 6+1promotion runs from August 15 to October 30, 2013.
Students can earn AIA credit.