Victaulic and Tour & Andersson (TA) have expanded their TA Hydronic College series of free hydronic-balancing seminars for 2012, with “Investment and Energy Saving Opportunities in Variable Flow Systems” joining “The Three Hydronic Conditions.”
“Investment and Energy Saving Opportunities in Variable Flow Systems” will examine production units, terminal units, variable-speed pumps, and design differences between primary-secondary and variable-primary systems. It will be held April 19 in Atlanta, May 23 in Toronto, and Sept. 19 in Seattle.
“The Three Hydronic Conditions” focuses on the keys to providing desired indoor climate at the lowest energy cost: design-flow availability, differential-pressure variations, and compatibility between flows. It will be held April 12 in Detroit, May 16 in San Diego, and Sept. 26 in Orlando, Fla.
Victaulic offers followup sessions for engineers and facility owners who have attended TA Hydronic College seminars. Interested individuals should write to firstname.lastname@example.org.