The TA Hydronic College announces Fall 2010 schedule for “The Three Hydronic Conditions” seminar

Aug. 19, 2010
Tour & Andersson has announced the remaining 2010 schedule for appearances of the seminar “The Three Hydronic Conditions”.

DALLAS – Pushing off of a successful initial launch of the TA Hydronic College in North America, Tour & Andersson has announced the remaining 2010 schedule for appearances of the seminar “The Three Hydronic Conditions” in the US and Canada.

Designed specifically for HVAC consulting engineers, designers and installing contractors, the seminar provides a variety of practical and theoretical examples to highlight issues faced when designing, commissioning and maintaining hydronic variable flow systems.

Subjects addressed during the seminar include the sources of imbalance and balancing methods, control loops and control valve authority, variable speed pumps vs. valve authority, control valve sizing, and differential pressure control. The seminar is the first in a series available from the TA Hydronic College, which has been delivering accredited training to European HVAC audiences for over 10 years.

The cities and dates for the fall schedule are:
Vancouver, September 9
New York City, September 23
Kansas City, October 5
Washington D.C., October 27
Phoenix, November 2
Los Angeles, November 16
Atlanta, December 2

Seminars will be led by keynote speaker Bjarne Andreasen, a member of the College teaching staff since 2000. Bjarne presents regularly to audiences in Scandinavia, as well as Austria, Spain, China, Singapore and the United States.

“We’re very excited about the fall schedule” stated Dave Weir, President of Tour & Andersson North America. “We are ramping up with updated materials and adding to our teaching staff, as there is obviously a demand for this quality information in the North American market. We’re happy to become a trusted resource, and are already planning for a strong 2011.”

Tour & Andersson has been a worldwide leader in HVAC hydronic systems engineering and products for over 100 years, and is part of the international engineering group IMI plc with over 13,000 employees and a turnover of £1.901 million.

To register or for further information on Tour & Andersson’s upcoming seminar program, visit

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