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Classic Hydronics!

Gravity hot water heat, diverter tees, loop systems, multiple boilers, primary-secondary, radiant heat, and of course, Pumping Away. A bit of history and a bunch of stories that will make you smile. If you've never seen my treatment of classic hydronics, here's your chance. I did this seminar to a packed house in Harrisburg, PA on March 25, 2002. You can join the crowd by watching the course on DVD at your leisure, and here's what you'll learn:

Classic points!

Discover quick ways to check your work (and troubleshoot systems) by using classic rules of thumb that manufacturers have depended on for years.

Find out how properly sized systems can give you a real competitive edge. It's easy!

Many air problems aren't really air problems. Find out how to tell the phantom ones from the real ones.

How big should a circulator be? What happens if it's too big, or too small?

Learn how proper location of the circulator can free you from bleeding radiators once and for all.

Find out how to simplify your systems (and save money!) through primary/secondary pumping techniques.

Learn how to use multiple-boiler systems to cut installation and operating costs.

Warm-water heating is very different from hot water heating. Find out why right here!

Effective troubleshooters have a certain way of looking at the world of hydronics. By the end of the day, you'll understand what makes them so successful.

And so much more! I'll keep you on the edge of your seat with stories of mechanical mayhem and triumph. You'll have fun, and you'll get sharper. Guaranteed!

Take it at your own pace, and as many times as you'd like. Share it with your friends and enjoy!

Dan Holohan

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( ) Posted by MikeyB on August 15, 2009 @ 7:26 AM

This is such a great deal, If you never saw one of Dans seminars now is your chance to watch it at home. It's just that good.

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