Hydronics day(Leeds) Tue 12th November
This is a full day course running from 09:00 - 17:00 on Domestic Hydronics. Bring a clear head.
I will provide you with a free on site guide with a summary and working outs from the course to take away.
Parking available on site, food and drinks included in ticket (please let me know if you have any dietary requirements).
The course will cover:
- Why S Y and W plans seldom condensate;
- Fundamental differences of heating hot water in cylinders (Y plan against priority hot water);
- Looking at priority hot water and why it’s the only way forward;
- Head and system resistance explained;
- What does your pump need to do? How do you choose it?
- Understanding pump maps/graphs and how to size pumps;
- Understanding the effect of DT on the system;
- Basic flow and velocity requirements and how to size pipes;
- Understanding hydronic separation and when and how to use it;
- Why isn’t that radiator hot?
- Hot pipes – cold radiators – what’s going on?
- Taking the taboo from low loss headers. It’s just another piece of pipe. How they work, when to use them, how to size them;
- When and why to use close coupled T’s and how to size them;
- Realising why lots of UFH is incorrectly piped;
- Reverse returns - what’s that all about?
- Single pipe systems;
If you have any questions, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook @heatingacademynorthampton