CRANSTON, R.I. — Taco invites commercial hydronics professionals to learn about primary/secondary and primary/secondary/tertiary pumping and control at Taco University, Session 2. The company said the one-day seminar is designed to familiarize hydronics professionals with these highly efficient techniques. Students will earn up to four professional development hours (PDH).

Training is offered on Tuesday, Oct. 29, and Tuesday, Nov. 12. Training includes:

• Introduction to Hydronic Solution Software (HSS) — Includes hands-on basic hydronic system design.

• Primary/Secondary Hydronic System Design — Explore several primary/secondary system design concepts with the LoadMatch® system.

• Primary/Secondary/Tertiary System Design — Several primary/secondary/tertiary system design concepts will be taught using the Taco LOFlo™ system.

• Factory Tour — Includes the mechanical test lab, the geothermal heat pump test system, the Innovation & Development Center mechanical room and commercial pump assembly.

• iWorx Control System Design — Students will be guided through the process of designing an iWorx control system for both a LoadMatch system and a LOFlo hydronic system.

Seminar registration fee, with hotel not included, is $119; breakfast and lunch are included. Fee for seminar registration and hotel is $209.

In addition, Session 3 of Taco University, “Hydronic, Air and Geothermal Systems Design,” will be offered one time only, on Tuesday, Nov. 26.

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Publication date: 10/21/2013

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