Hydronics for High Efficiency Wood-fired and Pellet-fired Boilers

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Hydronics for High Efficiency Wood-fired and Pellet-fired Boilers

Time: April 10, 2014 from 10am to 5pm
Location: Cumberland Civic Center
City/Town: Portland, ME
Website or Map: http://www.nebiomassheat.com
Phone: (978) 669-5019
Event Type: technical, training
Organized By: Joseph Seymour
Latest Activity: Mar 3, 2014

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John Siegenthaler, Principal, Appropriate Designs, presents this full day workshop on April 10 at the Northeast Biomass Heating Expo in Portland, ME. John has over 32 years of experience in designing modern hydronic heating systems, and has presented workshops to thousands of people over the course of 25 years, in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. 

Register for this workshop to learn about the following:

  • Why hydronics?
  • The importance of hydronics to renewable energy
  • Wood as a heating fuel
  • Wood gasification boilers
  • Pellet-fired boilers
  • Thermal storage options
  • Boiler protection options
  • Low temperature hydronic heat emitters
  • Instantaneous domestic water heating assembly
  • Homerun distribution systems
  • High efficiency ECM-based circulators
  • System examples

Attendees of this 6.5 hour workshop also receive a complimentary lunch and snacks, access to the full conference and expo, and 6.5 Learning Unit (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Space is limited and additional fees apply.

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