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Coffee with Caleffi™: Pumped Glycol vs. Drainback Revisited

ENyffelerENyffeler Posts: 5Member
Thursday, Aug. 25
1pm EDT
12 noon CDT
11am MDT
10am PDT
9am AKDT

Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr, Caleffi training and education manager, takes a fresh look at solar thermal systems, revisiting the latest in step-by-step system design so that you can be certain of a top-notch system. You'll learn:

- Solar design step by step sizing information, tips and pointers for this important first step.
- Expectations, how much DHW can I expect from a system?
- What is the advantage of drainback vs. closed-loop glycol, if any? Why? Show me the numbers!
- Common pitfalls: is there ever too much of a good thing with solar thermal?
- What are some of the sweet-spot jobs and where should I look for opportunities?
- What is the latest in incentive programs for the U.S. and Canada? How do I find current information?
- What does Caleffi bring to the solar “table”?

For over 30 years, “Hot Rod” has installed plumbing, radiant heat and renewable energy jobs. A familiar speaker at our Coffee with Caleffi webinars, Bob is sure to delight with his expertise and quick wit.

All Coffee with Caleffi webinars are free, but registration is required. After registering, you will be immediately forwarded a confirming e-mail containing log-in details for attending the webinar. When training time comes, grab a coffee, tune in and learn more about Caleffi’s innovative products and how they can add value to your work.

If you have questions on content, please direct them to [email protected] and be sure to follow us @CaleffiUS.

Can't make the webinar? No problem! Our online webinar archive is available 24/7 for your convenience.

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