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Modern Hydronic Heating (Third Edition)<br> by John Siegenthaler
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Modern Hydronic Heating (Third Edition)
by John Siegenthaler

John Siegenthaler is hydronic heating's most famous Professional Engineer, and this book became an instant classic when it first appeared in 1995. Now in its Third Edition, and widely expanded to take in the many advances made in recent years. The text is 744 pages long and when I say it is a designer's dream I'm not speaking lightly. It's loaded with easy-to-follow diagrams and full-color photos.

Any heating professional will benefit from this package. If you're new to hydronics and you're looking for a complete college-level course that you can savor at your own pace, this is the book for you. This is a text you will refer to often. It is a superb work and we're happy to make it available to you at HeatingHelp.com at a discounted price. Enjoy!

Dan Holohan

P.S. Check out the Table of Contents by clicking on that PDF to your right.


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Average Rating: 5.00 out of 5 (3 ratings)

( ) Posted by Royboy on February 2, 2010 @ 11:13 PM

I can't say that I've checked out the competition (if there is any) to this volume, cuz I haven't, but I also feel no need to. this is simply a superb exposition on the topic - in my mind its a great example of presenting a large amount of sometimes complex information with clarity. I'm self-taught in much of this field and as a result there are many holes in my knowledge base. this book has been a great tool for helping me fill those holes when I need to.

( ) Posted by Anonymous on August 18, 2009 @ 12:13 PM

I teach night school at the local VoTech and use this as my text book. Explanations, formulas, drawings and software. What else can you ask for.

( ) Posted by Jean-David Beyer on August 15, 2009 @ 8:49 AM

I am a homeowner, not a contractor. When contemplating replacing my old oil boiler with a gas one, I wanted to know what I was dealing with. So I read stuff on the Internet. I was favorably impressed by some articles I found by John Siegenthaler, found out he wrote this book and purchased it. It is everything I hoped for in a book of this kind. It is one of the finest books of its type I have ever encountered.

With the material in this book, I designed the heating system I wanted (although the actual heat emitters could not be changed much). While I would not presume to do this for anyone else, I did show my design to the contractor I selected, and they pretty much agreed with the design I came up with. They even allowed as how one aspect of the design I came up with was simpler and more efficient than what they were thinking about.

I love this book.

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