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The Art of Hydronics Fundamentals — THUNDER BAY, ON
Tuesday & Wednesday, May 9 & 10, 2017
Participants in The Art of Hydronics Fundamentals School will gain knowledge of hydronic system basics, including the concept of heat loss calculation. Presented by the Canadian Hydronics Council of the Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating, this course is designed to identify the fundamental principles related to today’s hydronic systems. Relevant topics are covered so installers of all levels of experience will gain information to become more functional when practicing this craft.
Participants will take from this course the knowledge of how the design relates to installation and how to avoid the pitfalls that cause an installation to fail.
What will you learn?
Upon completion of this course you will be able to:
- Understand and apply basic concepts of heat loss
- Understand the characteristics of various types of boilers
- Correctly interpret and apply manufacturers’ instructions
- Identify and arrange required boiler trim
- Recognize various piping systems and their applications
- Identify basic types of heat emission systems
Who should attend?
This is recommended for anyone who wants to learn or refresh and update their knowledge on the latest in hydronic practices: installers, contractors, designers, wholesalers, manufacturers and agents.
What the fee includes:
Your fee includes all the material you will need for the course and lunch. Please bring a pencil and a calculator.
Students who successfully complete the school will receive a framed certificate of completion.
Full refund less $50 administration fee will be allowed for cancellations received 5 business days prior to the event.
Substitutions are available. No show – no refund.
|Mike is currently the Product Development Manager for HVAC/Hydronics at Wolseley Canada and also the Chair of the Ontario Region Hydronics Committee. Mike is committed to increasing the education and competence of all those involved in the hydronics industry and is often called in to troubleshoot the most challenging installations. His technological understanding of modern hydronic systems separates him within the field