John Siegenthaler, P.E., will teach “Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design,” a new seminar sponsored by BNP Media, publisher of Plumbing & Mechanical and many other trade magazines.

John Siegenthaler, P.E., a well-known teacher, writer, software developer and PM columnist, will be teaching “Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design,” a new seminar sponsored by BNP Media, publisher of Plumbing & Mechanical and many other trade magazines.

Siegenthaler's full-day seminar focuses on the evolution of systems combining new hydronic heating products, water system control and distribution methods. The new course is designed for consulting engineers, experienced hydronic system designers, design/build professionals and energy management professionals who design, specify or maintain residential or commercial hydronic heating systems.

Topics to be covered include hydronic distribution system options, water temperature control, small variable speed circulators, compact boilers, commercial radiant floor heating, multiload/multitemperature systems, and a hydronic circuit simulator software demonstration.

The seminar will provide attendees with a strong understanding of these topics and subtopics. Attendees also will receive a bound seminar manual, a Hydronic Circuit Simulator CD-ROM containing engineering-level design software, a certificate of completion, continuing education credits (consult BNP Media for details), lunch and snacks. Cost for the seminar is $395.

The seminars are currently scheduled in the following cities:

    Chicago/Rosemont, Ill. - July 12
    Danbury, Conn. - July 14
    Marlborough, Mass. - July 16
    Reno, Nev. - July 26
    Salt Lake City - July 28
    Denver - July 30
To register for a seminar, visit www.bnpmedia.com/conferences and click on “Modern Engineering Concepts for Hydronic Heating Design,” or contact BNP Media's Keri Wrobel at 888/ 530-6714, wrobelk@bnpmedia.com.

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