The TA Hydronic College is Now Circulating Through North America

DALLAS – Tour & Andersson is bringing its TA Hydronic College seminar series to contractors and consulting and facilities engineers in North America.

The seminar “The Three Hydronic Conditions” will first be presented at the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, on April 6th. A second venue will soon be announced for Boston, and venue search is ongoing to secure locations for at least eight additional seminars during 2010.

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

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, a member of the College teaching staff since 2000. An engineer with 25 years practical experience, Andreasen presents regularly to audiences in Scandinavia, as well as Austria, Spain, China, Singapore and the United States.

Bhumika Lathia, marketing coordinator for Tour & Andersson North America, is confident that the introduction of the seminars in North America will provide engineers with a unique perspective on effective hydronic systems design and control that is entirely appropriate for the North American markets.

“TA has been a world leader in hydronics, comfort and energy efficiency for many years,” stated Bhumika. “The Hydronic College holds hundreds of seminars worldwide each year, and the response from the engineering community has been so positive, it just made sense to make this significant resource available to the North American engineering community”.

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