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Not current events. Those are easy to find. These are more difficult to find, but worth the trip. I hope they fill you with wonder and make you appreciate how far we’ve come in this fascinating industry.
Noritz America has expanded its line of residential tankless water heaters with three new models that feature a compact design, a heat exchanger that is three times as durable, all-new scale-detection software for more proactive leak prevention and a built-in digital display to aid servicing.
It succeeds Eternal Hybrid Water Heaters’ GU100 model and adds 20% more Btu.
Bradford White introduces its Brute Series of residential and commercial gas-fired boilers and volume water heaters.
Webstone expands its product line to include thermostatic mixing valves.
Uponor’s Fast Trak knobbed mats provide a faster method for installing PEX tubing in a radiant floor heating system.
The American Institute of Architects has approved the 10-week online course “Mastering Hydronic System Design” for 26HSW Learning Units. AIA members need 18 learning units per year, 12 of which must be on Health, Safety and Welfare topics.
Uponor North America celebrated the fifth expansion to its 230,000-sq.-ft. corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Apple Valley, Minn.
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.
This goes back a bunch of years, but the horror remains as raw and smelly now as if did then, and I can’t blame the airlines. It was the alphabet’s fault. Before we get to that, let’s talk a bit about your body. If you’re sitting while reading me, this means you are currently alive.