The Energy Management Association (EMA) has announced that it’s teaming with Spirotherm Inc. to conduct a webinar that focuses on opportunities to improve the performance, decrease the energy usage, and reduce the operating costs of chilled water, heating hot water, and glycol systems. Included is a review of how air present in a hydronic fluid reduces the heat transfer capability of the fluid and all heat transfer surfaces it contacts, reduces pump performance, and causes system-wide corrosion of ferrous materials.
- Webinar: Revealing Hidden Costs in Hydronic Cooling and Heating Systems
- Thursday, Oct. 27, 2020
- 2:00 PM-3:00 PM Eastern
- Pending Approval of 1 AIA Learning Unit for Continuing Education
Presenters for the webinar is Stephen Clinton, PE, LEED AP, who draws on more than 27 years of broad national and international industry experience in his role as the director of business development for Spirotherm Inc. Multiple higher education projects which he designed achieved LEED Gold and Silver Certification.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved in the ownership, management, design, installation, operation, energy analysis, project management, commissioning, test and balance, maintenance, or service work related to hydronic cooling and heating systems.
- Gain a better understanding of the negative impact air and dirt in a hydronic fluid has on the performance, energy efficiency/consumption, maintenance of any cooling or heating system
- Learn to identify symptoms and sources of air in hydronic systems
- Understand the capabilities and limitations of various air and dirt elimination technologies
- Identify the utility cost and non-utility cost benefits and savings associated with effective air and dirt elimination