The I=B=R Hydronic Heating Schools will take place in 11 cities this fall. The two-day schools teach basic hydronic heating installation and design using two textbooks, slides, and in-class instruction led by a hydronics expert. Subjects include: heat loss calculation, circulator and control selection, boiler sizing, pipe sizing, zoning, wiring and more.

Locations include:

  • Albany, N.Y. (Sept. 28-29)

  • Newburgh, N.Y. (Sept. 30-31)

  • Boston (Oct. 12-13)

  • Syracuse, N.Y. (Oct. 26-27)

  • Scranton, Pa. (Oct. 28-29)

  • Denver (Nov. 9-10)

  • Colorado Springs, Colo. (Nov. 11-12)

  • Rockville Centre, N.Y. (Nov. 16-17)

  • Ronkonkoma, N.Y. (Nov. 18-19)

  • Harrisburg, Pa. (Dec. 7-8)

  • Allentown, Pa. (Dec. 9-10)

The I=B=R Schools are presented by the Hydronics Institute Division of GAMA and managed by BNP Media's Events Group. BNP Media publishes SUPPLY HOUSE TIMES, Plumbing & Mechanical, PM Engineer, Reeves Journal, Engineered Systems, and Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News.

The cost to attend a school is $395 and includes instruction, lunch and beverage services for both days, I=B=R School Certificate of Completion, the Guide to Residential Hydronic Heating Design/Installation, and Heat Loss Calculation Guide H22. To register, visit or call Keri Wrobel at 888-530-6714.