Mississauga, ON — The Canadian Hydronics Council (CHC) will be offering a series of five webinar presentations from January 26 to March 9. The webinars will focus on indoor air, how to design a system, how to select controls, troubleshooting hydronic heating systems, and how to select the proper materials and then estimate a job. Hydronic installers, hydronic designers, wholesale counter sales professionals, manufacturers, contractors, and government officials are suggested to attend.
The five sessions will run on Jan. 26, Feb. 8, Feb. 23, March 2, and March 9 from 1 p.m. till 2 p.m. (EST). To register for the events, those interested can register with bundle pricing or for individual sessions. Members can register for the bundle for $295 plus HST and for individual webinars for $79 plus HST. To receive member pricing, the CHC recommends signing in prior to registration. Non-members can still attend the sessions too; for the bundle, it will cost $395 plus HST and $99 plus HST for each individual session.
The first webinar presentation will be presented by Mike Miller, vice president of sales for Taco Comfort Solutions, on the topic of “Hydronics and the pursuit of indoor air quality.” Following the first session, the other four presentations will be led by Dave Hughes, technical advisor for the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH). His topics will be “Designing to Meet for System Requirements,” “Selecting Controls to Meet System Requirements,” “Troubleshooting a Hydronic Heating System,” and “Determining the Materials and Labour Required to Install a Hydronic System.” Hughes has previously served as chair of the CHC and vice-chair of the CSA B214 Technical Committee.