Tour & Andersson announced a new seminar in its hydronic seminar series - “Investment and Energy Saving Opportunities in Variable Flow Systems.” This seminar concentrates on effectively controlling the main areas of energy use in a hydronic system, as well as contrasting primary-secondary vs. variable primary flow system designs.

The seminar will be presented this fall in New York City on Sept. 13 and in Boston on Nov. 10. To register or for further information on the company’s upcoming seminar program, visitwww.TAHydronicCollege.comor

Subjects to be discussed during the seminar include the operating requirements, efficiencies and hydronic interactivity of equipment like chillers and boilers; flow requirements and the controllability of devices like terminal units; control modes and sensor location for variable speed pumps; and optimizing system energy savings and controllability through differential pressure control.

Designed specifically for HVAC consulting engineers, designers, facility managers and installing contractors, the seminar provides a variety of practical and theoretical examples to highlight issues faced when designing, commissioning and maintaining hydronic variable flow systems.