This spring, I'll be back at the community college where I taught for 27 years, to present the latest on modern hydronics technology.
Topics to be covered include high efficiency wood fired hydronic systems, air to water heat pumps, hydraulic separation, distribution efficiency, high efficiency circulators, chilled water cooling systems, and low mass heat emitters. The face to face format will bring your knowledge to the next level by allowing for discussion and questions. Information on how to actually apply the information in the real world will be presented.
Lunch will be provided to attendees, and PDH's are available. Class takes place from 8am - 4:30pm.
The program also qualifies for 6.5 PHD credits for New York State professional engineers.
For more information, contact:
Carolyn DeJohn, Coordinator of Community Education
Center for Corporate and Community Education
Mohawk Valley Community College
Tel 315-792-5410 T Fax 315-792-5682 firstname.lastname@example.org