Tour & Andersson Hydronic College Expands Its 2010 Seminar Calendar With 11 Additional Cities In U.S. And Canada

DALLAS – Tour & Andersson, a worldwide leader in HVAC hydronic systems engineering and products for over 100 years, has brought their popular TA Hydronic College seminar series to consulting and facilities engineers across North America.

After a successful kick-off event at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium on April 6th, Tour & Andersson has released the remaining 2010 schedule for “The Three Hydronic Conditions” seminar as follows:

· May 25 – Boston, MA

· October 5 – Kansas City, MO

· June 1 – Toronto, ON

· October 27 – Washington, DC

· June 23 – Houston, TX

· November 2 – Phoenix, AZ

· June 29 – Chicago, IL

· November 16 – Los Angeles, CA

· September 9 – Vancouver, BC

· December 2 – Atlanta, GA

· September 23 – New York City, NY

Designed for HVAC consulting engineers, designers, commissioning engineers, facility managers and installing contractors, the seminar provides a variety of practical and theoretical examples to highlight issues faced when designing, commissioning and maintaining hydronic systems, and is followed by an extended technical question and answer session.

The seminar addresses common hydronic system challenges such as uneven temperature control, higher energy costs, or inability to achieve comfort conditions by addressing the sources of imbalance, balancing methods, control valve authority and differential pressure control.

The seminar is the first in a series available from the TA Hydronic College, which has been delivering training to European HVAC audiences for over 10 years. The seminars will be led by keynote speaker Bjarne Andreasen. Bjarne has 25 years of practical hydronic experience, and presents regularly to audiences in Scandinavia, as well as Austria, Spain, China, Singapore and North America.

“TA has been a world leader in hydronics, comfort and energy efficiency for many years,” states David Weir, President, Tour & Andersson North America . “This seminar provides engineers with a unique perspective on effective hydronic systems design and control that is entirely appropriate for the North American markets, especially in light of increasing emphasis on “green” buildings and healthier indoor environments. The response from the engineering community has been very positive.”

Visit www.TAHydronicCollege.com for further information on Tour & Andersson’s seminar series , or to register
for a seminar.