Hydronic-Based Biomass Heating Systems

Online

Instructor: John Siegenthaler

Subjects: Renewable HVAC: Hydronic Heating, Renewable HVAC: Biomass

Length: 10 modules

Student Rating

Rating: 9.4/10
58 students have taken this course , 190 students are interested

Latest Surveys

11/25/2016 - Huseni M.

Rating: 10/10

Amazing course with wealth of information for everyone in the industry.

10/14/2016 - Alexander J.

Rating: 10/10

The course provided great insights into modern hydronics and biomass heating systems. A great mix of theory, design guidance and practical examples, presented by a knowledgeable and enthusiastic John Siegenthaler made the course well worth the time. Can't wait to apply what I learned and will be learning from now on.

08/23/2016 - Henry G.

Rating: 10/10

I can recomend this training course for anyone interested in hydronic biomass

02/21/2016 - Tim A.

Rating: 7/10

12/17/2015 - Vincent M.

Rating: 10/10

12/14/2015 - Kris L.

Rating: 9/10

12/10/2015 - Drew D.

Rating: 10/10

10/22/2015 - Khaled Y.

Rating: 10/10

Thank you for offering and facilitating such a rich course. This was an excellent, very informative and educational course; I loved the fact that it provided flexible hours accommodating our work schedule and commitments nowadays. My feedback reflects your excellence and I would recommend this to any not only in the biomass heating industry, but also to anyone interested in hydronics even if it is serving cooling systems. Simply, many of the concepts are very beneficial to projects where a fluid going in a pipe or tank, it is that simple…. Thank you again

10/02/2015 - John F.

Rating: 9/10

07/29/2015 - Nicholas R.

Rating: 10/10

I thought this is a great course that effectively combined biomass and hydronics. I have a strong background in hydronic systems, and mainly took the course for the biomass aspects. This course held my attention throughout and provided some insight into things I will take into future designs. It was a perfect mix of theoretical and practical information. John delivered the course very well and I would recommend it to anyone interested in hydronics, biomass systems or even just as a refresher of both.

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