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Hydronics 101 at NAOSHM

Doc Radiant
Doc Radiant Member Posts: 57
Alan, thanks! Our goal was to provide tips and tricks - as well as some general education on hot-water heating systems - to help avoid "wet side" problems that can result in nuisance call-backs and loss of profit. Hopefully everyone who attneded walked away with some info that will help them do just that!

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  • Doc Radiant
    Doc Radiant Member Posts: 57
    Thanks to all who attended!

    I was honored to present the "Hydronics 101" seminar at the NAOHSM 2007 annual trade show in Hershey, PA. I was also pleasantly surprised at how well the seminar was attended.

    We covered a bunch of "wet side" topics and shared some war stories of our experiences in the field. We talked about equipment sizing, distribution and near-boiler piping, common mistakes made during installation - packing as many useful tips and information as possible into the 3-hour session.

    My sincere thanks to those who attended (I hope you found the time spent worthwhile!), to NAOHSM for offering the seminar, and to Slant/Fin for inviting me to give the presentation.

    I hope to see you all again next year!
  • Alan R. Mercurio_3
    Alan R. Mercurio_3 Member Posts: 1,620


    Jim, On behalf of naohsm’s education committee we thank you and your company very much for being there for us when we asked. And more importantly for the knowledge you brought to all who attended your seminar.

    The room was packed and the feedback was nothing less than positive. Once again Jim, We appreciate your time and service.


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  • great job

    Had just a few minutes to sneak in while you were detailing baseboard output per water & flow + the new chart for low-temp apps.

    Snuck by Carol Fey's class for a few minutes too.

    Both rooms were packed & both speakers were on top of their game. Kudos.
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