Taco 2020 FloPro Factory Training Dates

Due to the current travel restrictions and recommended social distancing related to the coronavirus outbreak, 2020 FloPro Factory Training has been postponed. We will communicate 2020 Factory Training dates as soon as the need for these restrictions has been lifted. Please check back soon.

Residential Hydronics: Advanced Soup to Variable Speed Nuts Training for 2020

Comfort, efficiency and years of trouble-free performance. Those are the goals of any good residential hydronics installer. It sounds easy enough, but making sure you provide your customers with all three requires more than just knowing how to put the pieces together. It requires knowing why the pieces you’re choosing belong together, and how to select components that will work together to give your customers the greatest value and performance for their money.

Join Taco Residential Trainers John Barba, celebrating his 25thyear of training, and Dave Holdorf, for Taco’s 2 day Residential Hydronics: Advanced Soup to Variable Speed Nuts factory training. We’ll bring you inside the system and share with you proven and innovative ways to help you design, install and trouble-shoot modern residential hydronics. The course bypasses theory and the usual sales-pitch “what’s inside the box” training. You’ll be immersed in practical applications in the mechanical room as well as what actually happens when you take stuff out of the box and install it in the real world.

These popular courses fill up fast, so make sure you sign up quickly to make sure you get a seat.

‘Hydronic Soup to Nuts’ highlights

Here’s a taste of what will be covered:

  • Quick and accurate heat loss – why it’s important
  • The Universal Hydronics Formula – it all starts with flow rate
  • Boiler selection, pipe sizing
  • Boiler piping options
  • Circulator selection and the REAL benefit of ECM technology
  • Zoning: circulators or zone valves?
  • Air control and pumping away

And much more…

Residential Hydronics: Advanced Soup to Variable Speed Nuts Training for 2020

Comfort, efficiency and years of trouble-free performance. Those are the goals of any good residential hydronics installer. It sounds easy enough, but making sure you provide your customers with all three requires more than just knowing how to put the pieces together. It requires knowing why the pieces you’re choosing belong together, and how to select components that will work together to give your customers the greatest value and performance for their money.

Join Taco Residential Trainers John Barba, celebrating his 25thyear of training, and Dave Holdorf, for Taco’s 2 day Residential Hydronics: Advanced Soup to Variable Speed Nuts factory training. We’ll bring you inside the system and share with you proven and innovative ways to help you design, install and trouble-shoot modern residential hydronics. The course bypasses theory and the usual sales-pitch “what’s inside the box” training. You’ll be immersed in practical applications in the mechanical room as well as what actually happens when you take stuff out of the box and install it in the real world.

These popular courses fill up fast, so make sure you sign up quickly to make sure you get a seat.

‘Hydronic Soup to Nuts’ highlights

Here’s a taste of what will be covered:

  • Quick and accurate heat loss – why it’s important
  • The Universal Hydronics Formula – it all starts with flow rate
  • Boiler selection, pipe sizing
  • Boiler piping options
  • Circulator selection and the REAL benefit of ECM technology
  • Zoning: circulators or zone valves?
  • Air control and pumping away

And much more…

“The factory training sessions run two days, offering extensive hands-on experience with system wiring” said Barba. “The two-day, Cranston, RI sessions also include a factory tour and a group dinner.”


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