John Siegenthaler 2018 Training, Guelph Ontario

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Join us for our third annual Eden Hydronics Training Seminar on May 1st, 'Doing Hydronics Right: The Details Matter'. This is a rare opportunity to learn from one of the most recognized hydronic trainers in the world, John Siegenthaler. This is not a trade show or product showcase. The entire day is intensive training in our large training facility in Guelph. You will not receive this exclusive training anywhere else. The course details are as follows;

Course Outline

Module 1: Modifying Existing Systems
Modifying existing / older high temperature hydronic system for low water temperature operation. When we are faced with replacing boilers in old systems and are not sure what to keep, what to replace and what the best practices are. This module covers the best practice methods for success.

Module 2: Common Hydronic Errors
This module is devoted to all the most common errors in hydronic system, how to avoid or correct them. Sometimes things we have learned and have been doing for years are quite frankly, just not right. A module with lots of real world project discussion.

Module 3: Variable Speed Pumping Do's & Don't
Understanding the proper use of temperature based variable speed circulator applications. Variable speed pumps have grown in popularity and can help you build a better system but one size does not fit all. We will run through the advantages and pitfalls of misapplying this technology.

Module 4: Snow Melt & Pool System Design
Protecting boilers in pool heating and snow melting applications. Snow melt and pool applications continue to grow in popularity and protecting the boiler as well as the system itself is often overlooked in the design and application.

Module 5: Net Zero Design:
During this section of our course we will review hydronic heating & cooling tailored to low energy and net zero houses using air to water and water to water heat pumps. We will focus on the very distinct design and application differences to successfully implement a NET Zero Design.

Module 6: Find the Fix!
Every year we set aside time at the end of the day for you to share photos and sketches of problem jobs you have seen and worked on. This is an opportunity to get answers to questions that may not otherwise get solved.

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What You Will Receive

  • An Entire day of High Level Training suitable for Engineers or contractors.
  • A bound book containing the days course material
  • A copy of the latest version of our Boiler Helpmate
  • A copy of John Siegenthalers new Low Temperature Applications Manual

John Siegenthaler is a licensed professional engineer. He has over four decades of experience in designing modern hydronic heating systems. He is the author of the textbooks Modern Hydronic Heating, and Heating With Renewable Energy, and has written numerous other publications dealing with hydronic heating.

In order to make more room for one on one interaction and questions we will be limiting this years class size. Previous years the class has been very engaging and interactive but we feel a smaller class will enhance the experience. As such we apologize this will limit space so register early!

Course Location Details:

  • When: May 1st 2018, 8:30am to 4:30pm
  • Where: 600-945A Southgate Drive, Guelph Ontario
  • Cost: $129.00

The class fee includes all course material, lunch and a course completion certificate signed by John Siegenthaler. To register for the course fill out this online form or call Customer Service and speak with Nancy at 1-800-665-3336 x 123.

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