Learn Three Keys to Hydronic System Protection at the December Coffee with Caleffi

December 2022 Coffee with CaleffiMaintaining the health of water-based fluids circulating within hydronic systems is paramount in protecting components and maximizing efficiency. Proper air, dirt, and magnetic separation are three keys for optimal system performance. Designers and installers can put their best foot forward with high-performance separators; however, it is not always that simple. Rest assured. On Thursday, December 15, 2022 at noon CST, Bob Rohr, Cody Mack, and Max Rohr will cover the basics of these devices and then treat the audience to a lively debate.

Participants will learn:

  • The difference between baseline and high-performance air, dirt, and magnetic separation
  • Why they still have an air issue
  • The best method for replacing fluid that leaves a system
  • When to leave the auto-fill on

Don’t know Hot Rod? A 2020–2022 Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence honoree, he travels from sea to shining sea for Caleffi North America, sharing his 40+ years of experience as a plumbing, radiant heat, and renewable energy contractor. He is a regular contributor to industry magazines where Hot Rod brings his rubber-to-the-road experiences to life.

Cody has nearly 20 years of experience as installation contractor, service technician, application engineer, and training manager for Caleffi. The audience will appreciate his thoughtful yet humorous content delivery combined with his practical, common-sense product approach.

Max is Caleffi’s Education and Industry Engagement Manager, leading interactions with trade associations, committees, industry initiatives, and collaborative manufacturer partners. He has 20+ years of work experience in installation, distribution, manufacturer representative, and manufacturing roles. Max is a self-described “energy nerd.”

Coffee with Caleffi technical training webinars are free and intended for contractors, engineers, designers, and wholesalers. A certificate of attendance is emailed to attendees following the webinar equivalent to 1.0 PDH for continuing education.

Source: Caleffi

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