PM columnist John Siegenthaler's popular seminar series, “Modern Engineering Concepts for Hydronic Heating Design,” returns to 10 new locations across the country beginning next month:
- April 14, Pittsburgh, Pa.
- April 15, Cleveland, Ohio
- May 25, Baltimore, Md.
- May 26, Philadelphia, Pa.
- June 8, Santa Fe, N.M.
- June 10, Eagle, Colo.
- June 21, Chicago, Ill.
- June 23, Milwaukee, Wis.
- July 13, Portland, Ore.
- July 15, Bozeman, Mt.
New this year will be discussions on incorporating solar collectors and wood-fired boilers, using Internet-accessible control packages, and designing homerun distribution systems with “Hydronic System Simulator” software.
All attendees will receive a seminar manual, and CD set containing the “Hydronic System Simulator” software as well as a virtual file cabinet of information on hydronic heating hardware and design data from more than 35 manufacturers.
The registration fee is $395 and includes breakfast, lunch and beverages. As an added bonus, the first 100 registrants receive a free copy of the “Hydronics Know-How,” CD containing a collection of Siegenthaler's articles on hydronic heating. The course may qualify for continuing education unit credits.
The seminar is offered by BNP Media, publishers of more than 30 trade magazines, including Plumbing & Mechanical, Supply House Times and PM Engineer.
For more information, or to register for the seminar, please visit www.bnpmedia.com/events.htm or contact Keri Wrobel at 888/530-6714.
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