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A Trip Down Memory and Today's Lane

CMadatMe
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I posted the attachement on another post after ME responded to a poster concerning him and Stadler. I thought since I've held these to my own that I would share them with all.



I have permission from Joe to release them. They are a chronolocial order of all the articles he wrote from 1993 through 1999. For all of those that post this is a must read. His talk about constant circulation, low loss headers, condensing boilers, how the hydronic system approach is the future is all amazing when you look at what he thought 17 years ago and what we all practice today.



I hope you all enjoy the read. For those that don't know who he is. Was responsible for bringing Stadler (Now Viega) and Viessmann to the US. He was a pioneer in the low temp hydronics field. Was the inventor of Quick Trak and Climate Panel. For those of us that had a chance to meet and learn from him we send our many thanks for taking the time to teach.
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