On April 18, hydronics expert John Siegenthaler will present a full-day seminar at Mohawk Valley Community College in Utica, NY. Learn techniques that go beyond mainstream design practices, and approaches that reduce cost while enhancing performance.
This seminar is for heating professionals who want to expand their knowledge of hydronic system design using the latest materials and methods available. Learn about the latest “smart” circulator technology, as well as how solar heating can be integrated within traditional hydronic systems.
Attendees also receive and learn how to use powerful design software (Hydronics System Simulator) to quickly evaluate the “what if” questions associated with routine system design (software demonstrated during seminar).
This seminar also provides seven professional development hours (PDH) toward NYS Professional Engineers continuing education requirements.
Fee is $350 and includes manual, lunch and breaks, and design software. There is a 10 percent discount off the registration price for three or more attendees from the same firm. Contact Andrew Dean 315/792-5300, or email@example.com.