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Registration opens for CHC’s Hydronic Fundamentals Webinar Series

December 12, 2019 | By Doug Picklyk

The five-part webinar series will be hosted by HPAC contributor, Rob Waters in early 2020.

The Canadian Hydronics Council has opened registration for its five-part webinar series on Hydronic Fundamentals.

The webinar will be presented by HPAC contributor and hydronic heating industry veteran, Rob Waters. With over 35 years of experience in the industry, Rob has worked for leading manufacturers such as Viessmann and Uponor. He is a specialist in boilers, hydronic controls, solar water heating: design, sizing and troubleshooting.

HPAC contributor, Rob Waters, will present the five-part webinar series happening in early 2020.

The webinars will take place over five separate modules happening on the following dates in 2020:

  • Module 1: Hydronics Fundamentals (January 22, 2020)
  • Module 2: Heat Sources for Hydronic Heating (February 5, 2020)
  • Module 3: Heat Emitters for Hydronic Heating (February 19, 2020)
  • Module 4:  Hydronic Circuit Components (March 4, 2020)
  • Module 5:  Sizing Hydronic Components (March 18, 2020)

The webinars will take place from 1-2 P.M. EST. This series is intended for anyone in the Hydronic Heating Industry such as hydronic installers or designers, wholesale counter sales professionals, manufacturers, contractors and/or government officials.

Over the course of five 1-hour sessions participants will learn about hydronic Fundamentals, what is hydronic heating, where is it used as well as its advantages; heat sources for hydronic heating (closed-loop vs open loop hydronic systems and hot water boilers); heat emitters (radiator types, radiant floor heating and indirect domestic hot water heating); functions and features of the main components that are used in a hydronic heating system; as well as basic parameters for sizing and selecting hydronic heating components.

Participants can attend all five modules for $369 per site. Registration is open now until January 22, 2020. To register, click here.



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