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  • Jack Jack @ 11:47 AM
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    Reading list

    I have had a few people recently ask me what books they should have for hydronic training and reference . Fact is, when I think of it I could use them too because every time I begin to think I'm a pretty smart guy, something, well, comes up;) . So...If you were to suggest a reading and reference library of say 5 books, what would they be?
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    Click on "SHOP" on the upper left task bar, then "Hot Water Heating Books" and then choose any written by Dan Holohan.
    Often wrong, never in doubt.
  • Jack Jack @ 11:37 AM
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    Thanks Alan!

    I've only been noodling around this site for I don't know how many years...;)
  • SWEI SWEI @ 12:06 PM
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    I'd start with

    Sigenthaler's Modern Hydronic Heating (3rd edition is current.)
    Then one or two of Dan's books - probably Classic Hydronics if the inquirer is going to be doing any service work on existing systems.
    The old B&G Handbook is a treasure trove of good basic info, and free http://www.heatinghelp.com/article-categories/123/Bell-Gossett-Handbook-Second-Edition-1949
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