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Practical considerations for design of hydronic radiant heating systems for engineers.
This seminar provides a reliable design process for hydronic radiant heating systems for commercial, industrial and institutional applications, starting with a definition of what makes a good radiant design based on ASHRAE guidelines for floor temperatures and operative temperatures in radiant heated spaces. Topics include capabilities of radiant heating systems in floors, walls and ceilings, radiant pipe sizing and spacing, circuit lengths, flow rates, radiant system head loss and circulator selection. Finished flooring choices are also addressed. Brief product specifications are included in this seminar.
Who should attend: Mechanical engineers and MEP firms involved with space heating design