Low Temperature Heat Emitter Options in Hydronic Systems - Self Study

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Author: John Siegenthaler

Subjects: Renewable HVAC: Hydronic Heating, Renewable HVAC: HVAC Design

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Description

This is a free lecture presented by hydronics expert John Siegenthaler. The future of hydronic heating is low water temperature. This is necessary to optimize the performance of modern heat sources such as condensing boilers, heat pumps, and solar thermal collectors. With proper design, you can create systems that require supply water temperatures no higher than 120°F under design load conditions. In this lecture, you will learn:

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John Siegenthaler

P.E., Appropriate Designs

John Siegenthaler, P.E., is a mechanical engineer and graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, a licensed professional engineer, and Professor Emeritus of Engineering Technology at Mohawk Valley Community College. “Siggy” has over 32 years of experience in designing modern hydronic heating systems. He is a hall-of-fame member of the Radiant Professionals Alliance...[more]

Course Outline

Low Temperature Heat Emitter Options in Hydronic Systems

In this one-hour lecture, John Siegenthaler covers numerous topics related to designing hydronic systems for low water temperatures and answers participant questions.

  • Low Temperature Heat Emitter Options in Hydronic Systems (1 hour) (Video - 01:05:25 hours)
  • Presentation slides (Download .pdf)

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