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Oct. 26, 2012: Open House for New TA Hydronic Training Center Set for Oct. 29-30

DALLAS — Tour & Anderson North America is hosting an open house for its new TA Hydronic Training Center in Roswell, Ga., to be held Oct. 29 and 30. The company said the training center demonstrates its commitment to the North American market, and provides an optimized, active learning environment.

“The flexibility and capability of this facility enable hydronic professionals to emulate almost any system configuration, using a broad range of product types,” said Bhumika Lathia, marketing manager for Tour & Andersson. “We have similar centers around the world that are very popular for training both new and experienced engineers, installers, and commissioning experts. This facility represents the next evolution, and we are pleased to be providing this valuable resource.”

The TA Hydronic Training Center houses a “hydronic wall” that includes seven active system modules, each utilizing a different balancing technology or combination thereof. They can be configured to represent multiple hydronic systems for comparison, or used to represent a complex building system of almost any type for the ultimate test environment, said the company.

The center can seat up to 40 students at a time. Existing TA Hydronic College seminars can be provided along with hands-on demonstrations and workshops, or new materials can be developed specific to class needs.

The center is located at:

TA Hydronic Training Center
1000 Holcomb Woods Pkwy.
Building 100, Suite 124
Roswell, GA 30076

For details on the open house and to RSVP, visit http://tahydronictrainingcenteratlanta.eventbrite.com.

For more information on TA Hydronic College seminars, visit www.tahydroniccollege.com.

Publication date: 10/22/2012

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