John Siegenthaler's Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design seminars will be back in 2006. Next year attendees will learn “Total Energy Efficiency through Hydronics,” a new seminar that delivers cutting-edge hydronic technologies.

This intensive one-day seminar presents the latest concepts in modern hydronic heating system design for both residential and commercial hydronic heating systems. Engineers, system designers, design/build pros, facility engineers and energy management professionals will learn to design efficient, affordable and reliable systems using the latest technology.

Seminar topics for 2006 include: modulating boiler systems; minitube distribution systems; integrating solar and wood-fired boilers with hydronics; applications for small variable speed circulators; Internet accessible controls; and “Room for Improvement” (20 common mistakes and how to correct them).

2006 MEC Dates & Locations:

    March 15 - Chicago
    March 16 - Minneapolis
    April 6 - Manchester, N.H.
    April 7 - Providence, R.H.
    April 20 - Edison, N.J.
    April 21 - Syracuse, N.Y.
    May 23 - Seattle
    May 25 - Anchorage, Alaska
The registration fee of $395 includes: Hyrdonic Circuit Simulator CD software (demonstrated during seminar); “Hydronic System Design” workbook; certificate of course completion; and lunch and beverages.

This course may qualify for continuing education credits (CEUs). To register securely online, visit For more information, contact Jessica Yamin, 888/530-6714.