The following REHAU courses are available through AIA partners. All credits are reported to the AIA. A Certificate of Completion is provided for your records. Most courses can be completed within one hour plus quiz. Credits: 1.0 AIA/CES LU.
Mechanical and Plumbing
|Radiant Floor Heating Installation Techniques AIA/CES REH23B|
Review system components, layout, and manifold location considerations for the design process. Wet and dry installation techniques will be explained to improve the incorporation of RFH in your design.
|Radiant Heating Design Process and Control Options AIA/CES REH23C|
Thermal comfort through radiant floor heating is the focus of this course. Review applications and calculations of the design process for hydronic heating as well as controls and zoning for an integrated system.
|Advantages of Radiant Heating and Cooling Systems AIA/CES REH23 |
Learn how radiant heating and cooling provides a cost efficient, comfortable way for your building to achieve a high level of energy performance. Also discussed are ways to easily integrate radiant systems into the mechanical environment of a building.
Commercial Plumbing with PEX AEC Daily
This course will explore the use of PEX piping for commercial plumbing installations. PEX offers many material advantages to traditional plumbing systems and has different characteristics that should be accounted for in design and installation phases to maximize its benefits. Domestic hot water recirculation considerations will be discussed to explain the criteria for best preventing legionella bacteria growth and reducing scald risks.
Windows and Doors
|Compression-seal Technology for Windows and Doors AIA/CES REH08A |
Review compression-seal technology for high-performance window and door systems through a discussion that includes definitions and application examples, performance benefits and several case studies.
|The Unique Benefits of PVC Windows in Multifamily Housing Hanley Wood University |
The course explores the use of PVC windows in multifamily housing, market forces driving demand as well as the environmental, economic, and functional impacts of integrating PVC windows.