INTRODUCTION TO BASIC HYDRONICS – Class is full!

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February 16, 2024 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm - Johnstone South Bend

In this course, participants will study the basic operation and maintenance of hot water boilers and hydronic systems. Students learn to identify and understand the operation of boiler components and hot water piping arrangements. Installation, service, and troubleshooting issues will also be covered.

Topics Include:

  • Types of hot water boilers including the difference between high mass and low mass
  • Boiler system components and their function – used for safety and control
  • Different types of piping arrangements and their applications
  • The function of hot water circulating pumps and zone valve operation
  • Compare and contrast different types of hot water terminal devices
  • Operation of radiant hot water systems for in-floor heating and snow melt
  • Basic installation practices including proper location of expansion tanks
  • How to service and troubleshoot common system issues

Class Includes:  Study material, class instruction, breakfast, box lunch. 7:30am registration & breakfast.  Class 8am-Noon.  $79pp

Instructor:  Don Steeby, Professor of HVAC at Grand Rapids Community College

Class Location: Johnstone South Bend / 3220 Rosetta Place Dr / South Bend, IN 46628

This event is full.

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