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Dan FoleyDan Foley Posts: 891Member ✭✭
ACCA - National Capital Chapter is hosting a John Siegenthaler seminar on October 3.  The title of the seminar is The Latest Trends and Technology for Hydronic Heating and Cooling.  The seminar is sponsored by Triangle Tube and will be held at Thos Somerville Co. Chantilly branch.  A flyer is attached.



Course Description:



A one-day course, taught by an expert in the field:

Hydraulic Separation

beyond primary / secondary pumping

shows how to achieve all the benefits of primary / secondary piping, with simpler, low cost approaches

Distribution efficiency & low power pumping

this topic proves that, and shows ways to significantly lower the parasitic operating cost of hyrdonics, especially in comparison to forces air heat delivery

Air-to water heat pumps

discuss how to operate and shows several ways to connect them with contemporary hydronic distribution systems

Small scaled chilled water cooling

you will learn several novel approaches using the latest hydronic design techniques and hardware options

Low mass/low temperature distribution systems

examples of hydronic heating meeting the needs of low energy use buildings

Instantaneous DHW using renewables + electricity

the methods discussed produce heated water faster than gas-fired tankless heaters, and are simple to install and maintain.





Hope to see you there!



- DF
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