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Modern Hydronics Design & Applications Seminar - Amherst
8:00 AM - 11:59 PM Classics V
Date: October 24, 2019 to October 24, 2019
Where: Classics V, 2425 Niagara Falls Blvd., New York, New York, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Business
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Join us for a full-day workshop on modern hydronic systems and earn .7 CEU's.  Design & Application Topics Fundamentals of Hydronics Important fundamentals System components Pumps/Pump Curves (Single/Parallel) Air Management in Hydronic Systems Role of the Compression Tank Air Separation System Pressurization Installation Details The Bell & Gossett System Syzer® Making Better Decisions System Syzer® Wheel Included! Primary-Secondary Pumping & Piping Fundamentals of Secondary  Piping Details Providing Different Supply Temperatures Introduction to Open Systems Cooling towers and their unique considerations About the Instructor Michael Licastro is the Education and Training Manager for Commercial Business and HVAC at Bell & Gossett. He oversees the Little Red Schoolhouse, e-Learning, and training documentation. Mike is an accomplished mechanical engineer with many notable experiences: Certified Instructor and Pump Systems Assessment Professional (PSAP) for the Hydraulic Institute Former president, Niagara Frontier Chapter of ASHRAE  Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the State University College at Buffalo Over 23 years' practical system experience Special Instructor for Steam and PipeFitters Unions Apprentice Programs in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic This course is beneficial for anyone working with commercial hot water systems: Contractors Design Engineers Estimators Project Managers Maintenance Personnel Facility Engineers
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