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MikeB34 Member Posts: 155
I do heating and cooling in S-W Ontario Canada. This is a mainly forced air territory, although I do a bit of boiler work. Is any one aware of formal hydronics training in this area? I can commute from Windsor to Toronto for something like this. Servicing the combustion side is not a problem. I am looking for how to calc pump curves and line/baseboard/panel sizing etc. I feel woefully ignorant on the distribution side. I have gotten some useful information from the wall before, and I am looking to get edu-ma-cated in the wet head side of heating. Thank you for any input you can offer.
Here you go
Canadian Institute of Plumbing & Heating:
Wonderful, hard-working people.Retired and loving it.0
I think slant fin has an on line course try trainingroom.slantfin.com0
Thanks! here's a link
Training in Toronto
I will be in Toronto doing gas boiler installation training along with other areas. Take a look at out website using the following link.
I am there the week of October 20th.
Hope to see you then.0
Ron must be...
...doing this seminar for Hydronic Systems. Ask them for other upcoming seminars when you're there. They do a lot of them throughout the year.
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