MEC Hydronic Heating Seminars Set For 2005

January 7, 2005
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TROY, Mich. - The second wave of "Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design" seminars have been scheduled in 10 locations throughout the United States in 2005. The comprehensive seminars are taught by hydronics expert John Siegenthaler, P.E., and have been updated for 2005.

The seminars are targeted toward engineers, specifiers, facility managers, and hydronic heating contractors seeking to expand their expertise. Topics include variable-speed circulators, modulating boiler systems, multi-load/multi-temperature systems, mixing options, Web-accessible control systems, software-assisted design, radiant wall and ceiling heating methods, and minitube distribution systems.

Attendees receive a full day of instruction, an illustrated seminar workbook, "Hydronic Circuit Simulator CD Software," a collection of manufacturer reference information, a certificate of completion, and lunch and snacks.

The cost for the seminar is $395.

The 2005 MEC seminars schedule includes: Pittsburgh, April 14; Cleveland, April 15; Baltimore, May 25; Philadelphia, May 26; Santa Fe, N.M., June 8; Eagle, Colo., June 10; Chicago, June 21; Milwaukee, June 23; Portland, Ore., July 13, and Bozeman, Mont., July 15.

For more information on sponsorships contact Keri Wrobel at 248-244-6463. To register for a seminar, call 888-530-6714 or visit

Publication date: 01/10/2005

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