Multiple Mod-con Boiler Concepts

Online

Length: 1 module

Instructor: Roy Collver

Subjects: Renewable HVAC: Boilers, Renewable HVAC: Hydronic Heating

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Description

In this free lecture, Roy Collver examines important details you should know when combining two or more boilers into a single heating plant. He covers applications from large residential, up to bigger commercial and institutional systems.

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Instructor

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Roy Collver

President, OTBC Inc

Hydronics Specialist / Educator, Class 1 Gas-Fitter and Illustrator, Roy has applied his creative force and problem solving abilities toward the improvement of hydronics in North America for over 35 years. His varied experience at the very cutting edge of new development in hydronics has allowed him to apply his unique knowledge and skill set toward becoming a premier...[more]

Course Outline

Lecture Video

In this module, you will watch Roy Collver's free lecture where he examines important details you should know when combining two or more boilers into a single heating plant. Roy covers applications from large residential, up to bigger commercial and institutional systems.

After The Course - Feedback and Additional Resources

In this module, you'll provide feedback on this lecture, request a certificate of completion, and learn about additional resources.

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