Instructor Dan Almeida led the two-day sessions by teaching the fundamentals of hydronic system design, heat-loss calculations, pipe-sizing and installation, indirect water heating, and several related topics.
HI Education Committee Chairman Joe Coppola said he was very pleased with the turnout and with the revamped I=B=R classes.
“The overall feedback was excellent,” Coppola said. “We received a number of very positive comments, plus additional requests for content that will allow us to expand and refine our courses in the future.”
Students also lauded the class instructional book, the “I=B=R Guide to Residential Hydronic Heating…Installation & Design,” noting it as “an excellent reference tool.”
I=B=R schools resume in the spring and fall of 2004 with 20 locations currently under consideration. For details on the upcoming class dates and locations, visit www.bnp.com/conferences.