My experience is mostly forced air and I want to learn more about hydronics.
Can anyone point me in the direction of some information?
Book suggestions. Video links.
Any suggestion is appriciated.
If this thread is in the wrong place please move it to the appropriate forum.
" Pumping Away " and " Primary / Secondary Pumping Made Easy " from Dan Holohan. These explain the function of an expansion tank ( and it's relationship to a pump ) in closed loop piping systems.
• Modern Hydronic Heating (2nd Edition)
• Pumping Away
• Hydronic Radiant Heating
• How Come?
Also check with some of your local suppliers sometime they offer training from equipment manufactures. I know wirsbo "Uponor" use to offer some training too.
are u from? if you can find a B&G distributor with a 'little red schoolhouse' you will hit the jackpot!! They're one of the leaders in hydronic education. and of course , try the RSES courses , also right up there with the best....Jack
Last edited by rojacman; 08-29-2009 at 07:25 PM.
Thanks for the responses.
Does "Pumping Away" apply to modern wall hung boilers?
Also I'll be taking a hydronics course on Saturdays starting mid Sept.
I'm looking forward to it, I've worked on a few boiler installs but wasn't responsible for the piping. I kinda get it and used "Modern Hydronic Heating" for reference. That helped but I'm looking forward to learning the "why" as it wasn't always possible to learn while working.