- MARKET SECTORS
- Al Levi: Managing Your Business
- John Siegenthaler: Hydronics Workshop
- Dan Holohan: Heating Help
- Julius Ballanco: Plumbing Primer
- Paul Ridilla: Practical Management
- Kenny Chapman: Blue Collar Coach
- Adams Hudson: Marketing Strategies
- Jim Hamilton: The Bottom Line
- Ray Wohlfarth: The Boiler Room
- Morris Beschloss: Beschloss Perspective
- Kelly Faloon: Editorial Opinion
- WEB EXCLUSIVES
The Hydronics Know How II CD contains all the columns and articles John Siegenthaler has written for Plumbing & Mechanical and PM Engineer, from the very first in July 1996 through December 2008. That’s over 200 articles and columns covering everything from heat loss to hydraulic separation.
This digital collection is a virtual encyclopedia on modern hydronic systems. No more cutting up magazines – This CD makes it easy to access all of “siggy’s” articles and columns. Better yet, all the information is searchable. Just type in a key word or phase and Adobe Acrobat® will instantly search all the columns and articles for you.
Good designers know that it never hurts to go back and review what you thought you completely understood a few years ago. Sometimes a small bit of new information can yield major benefits when applied repeatedly in future systems.
The information on this CD will help you transform hundreds of individual components into smoothly operating hydronic systems. Systems that consistently deliver what their owners expect.
In addition to the columns and articles, the Hydronics Know How II CD contains the latest information on products, design and installation methods from several leading manufacturers.
The Hydronic Know How CD SHIPS FREE
CD will operate on either Windows operating systems. Windows systems require Intel® Pentium® III 1GHz or faster processor with at least 512MB of RAM. Supported versions of Windows are: Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise including 64 bit editions, Windows Vista SP1, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition SP2 and SP3, Windows XP SP2 and SP3, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows 2003 Server.
January 26, 2009