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Hydronics enthusiasts: prepare to fill your boots!

September 3, 2015 | By HPAC Magazine

Top notch speakers, leading edge topics, along with all the suppliers you need to know at Modern Hydronics-Summit 2015.

The hydronics event of the year is just around the corner. September 10th is the day and Mississauga is the place to be. In addition to its new venue at the International Centre, the Modern Hydronics-Summit 2015 agenda has consecutive sessions. Attendees are able to take in all of the speakers and have time to check out the more than 50 hydronics exhibitors.

Robert Bean and John Siegenthaler will open the show with their take on the top 10 trends in hydronics. Always entertaining and insightful, Siggy & the Bean is sure to be a filled-to-capacity event–both in terms of attendance and information.

It is not all food for thought — delegates will also be treated to lunch, dinner and drinks.

You have heard of BTU metering but what is it and what does it mean to your hydronics business? Mark Evans will explain all that and more in his session BTU metering–Canada’s future opportunities for the downstream measurement of energy consumption at point-of-use.

An afternoon panel session will have representatives from the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT), industry associations and other stakeholders. They will discuss where they are at in terms of resolving who should do hydronics, and what training is required. Delegates will have the opportunity to submit questions to the panel members.

Your favourite hydronics problem solvers, Mike Miller and Steve Goldie will take an in-depth look at distribution piping. Smart design can save you time and labour, and deliver a top of the line system to the customer. Mike and Steve will show you how to make that happen.

This is your chance to check out the lastest products on the market and to meet face to face with the product experts. More than 50 exhibitors are looking forward to having the chance to talk with you.

Robert Bean will help you to balance the needs and wants of your customer with good building practices. Achieving high performance when under high pressure from clients is possible-learn how at Robert’s session: An Integrated Hybrid System for the Great Lakes Region.

In a kinder, gentler form of the KISS motto (keep it simple…), John Siegenthaler wraps up the speaker portion of Modern Hydronics-Summit 2015 with Simplifying Hydronic Systems Without Sacrificing Performance. As John says, why build the space shuttle when our clients need a Cessna? You as a contractor/installer can ensure that consumers view hydronic heating as an affordable, efficient and understandable technology; something that they want in their home or place of business.

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