Canadian Hydronics Council Presents: Best Practices for Installations & Certification
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Canadian Hydronics Council Presents: Best Practices for Installations & Certification

2020-09-30
When: Wednesday, September 30th
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Webinar
Canada
Contact: Therese Kasongo
416-695-0447


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Canadian Hydronics Council Presents: Best Practices for Installations & Certification

Member Price: $99 + applicable taxes
Non-Member Price: $129 + applicable taxes

This webinar is the first in a series of hydronic webinars. The end goal of this series is to move hydronic designers and installers towards their CHC Hydronics Certifications. The first episode focuses on the certification routes available as well as looking at some “best practices”.

The webinar will be of value to you regardless of your role or involvement in the hydronic heating industry.  Whether you are currently a designer or installer, someone that aspires to become one, or the person wondering if this is something for a staff member.

We will be looking at:

  • Worst case scenarios, as in what has brought us to certification.
  • Certification Pathways
  • CSA B214 and its importance
  • Building envelope and the relevance to heat loss
  • And finally, a look at better and best case scenarios.

Who should attend:

  • Designers
  • Business owners
  • Installers
  • Managers
  • Technicians

Speaker

Dave Hughes

Bio:

Dave Hughes is a Technical Advisor at CIPH. He has over 40 years of experience in the plumbing and heating industry and has worked with gas, boiler systems, solar thermal water heating systems, radiant floor heating systems, hydronic system controls, and residential and commercial hydronic system design. He has served as chair of the Canadian Hydronics Council, and vice-chair of the CSA B214 Technical Committee. Active in the hydronics industry, Dave spearheaded the creation and implementation of the CHC Certified Hydronic Designer and Hydronic Installer programs.