Coffee with Caleffi™ Schedule

The popular educational series, Coffee with Caleffi™, is an online technical training webinar and is intended for contractors, designers and wholesalers. The complimentary one-hour training sessions are conducted by Caleffi personnel including Bob "Hot Rod" Rohr, our training and education manager, and features industry expert guest speakers.  

All Coffee with Caleffi webinars are free, but registration is required for real-time attendance.  After registering, you will be immediately forwarded a confirming email containing login details for attending the webinar.  When training time comes, grab a coffee, tune in and learn more about Caleffi’s innovative products and how they can add value to your work.

A Certificate of Attendance is emailed to all attendees following the webinar equivalent to 1.0 PDH for continuing education.   Please verify with your state/province for fulfillment compliance.

Missed a webinar?  No problem!  Our webinars are available 24/7 on YouTube for your convenience.

If you have questions on content, please direct them to max.rohr@caleffi.com and be sure to follow us @CaleffiUS for the latest in webinar news.

Checkout our webinar line-up:

Coffee with Caleffi™ Schedule
  • January 2023 - Winter Recess+

    The Coffee with Caleffi team is on winter break during the month of January.  They will be back at the head-of-the-class in February to kick off the official 2023 webinar season.

    In the meantime, mark your calendars!  You are invited to join us at the 2023 AHR Expo in Atlanta.  We've got a wonderful show experience lined up for you including an opportunity for us to meet with you and to offer a hands-on look at our innovative products.  Pick up the new and comprehensive 2023 Caleffi Plumbing and Hydronics Catalog while checking out the 536 Series PresCal™ HP pressure reducing valve - the Innovation Awards Winner in the Expo's Plumbing Category.  Haven't seen the new149 Series FLOWMATIC® Express Coil Kit?  The kit is a prefabricated, compact assembly of the required components to control fluid flow through terminal units.  

    We hope to see you there!

  • Feb. 23, 2023 - Troubleshooting Hydronic Systems, Part 1+

    Troubleshooting Hydronic Systems, Part 1
    Thursday, Feb. 23, 2023
    12 noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT

    Technical Content Level: Intermediate

     

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    There is an ongoing need for technicians who can diagnose and correct issues with all types of HVAC systems. Labor projections consistently show that this demand will become even more pressing in the future. Most manufacturers offering “packaged” heating and cooling systems provide product-specific training that covers installation and service issues for their equipment. Where should troubleshooters start for non-manufacturer-specific tips and procedures? Hydronics expert John Siegenthaler, P.E. will explain it all in this two part series. 

    You'll learn:
    → How basic thermodynamics and fluid mechanics principles can expedite troubleshooting.
    → A systematic approach to troubleshooting.
    → Several common performance issues, the likely causes, and suggestive corrective actions.
    → That it’s not always the boiler’s fault.

    Siegenthaler is a seasoned industry leader and passionate teacher, eager to share his over 40 years’ experience in the understanding and proper application of water-based engineering principles with our audience. He is the principal of Appropriate Designs and a regular contributor to industry publications.

    Coffee with Caleffi technical training webinars are free and intended for contractors, designers and wholesalers.  A Certificate of Attendance is emailed to attendees following the webinar for continuing education consideration.  Want to join us?  Simply register today.

    Can't make the webinar?  No problem!  Be sure to sign up anyway and we'll email the recording link found in our webinar archive when it is available.

    If you have questions on webinar content, please direct them to Max Rohr.

  • Mar. 23, 2023 - Troubleshooting Hydronic Systems, Part 2+

    Troubleshooting Hydronic Systems, Part 2
    Thursday, Mar. 23, 2023
    12 noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT

    Technical Content Level: Intermediate

     

    Register

     

    There is an ongoing need for technicians who can diagnose and correct issues with all types of HVAC systems. Labor projections consistently show that this demand will become even more pressing in the future. Most manufacturers offering “packaged” heating and cooling systems provide product-specific training that covers installation and service issues for their equipment. Where should troubleshooters start for non-manufacturer-specific tips and procedures? Hydronics expert John Siegenthaler, P.E. will explain it all in this two part series. 

    You'll learn:
    → How basic thermodynamics and fluid mechanics principles can expedite troubleshooting.
    → A systematic approach to troubleshooting.
    → Several common performance issues, the likely causes, and suggestive corrective actions.
    → That it’s not always the boiler’s fault.

    Siegenthaler is a seasoned industry leader and passionate teacher, eager to share his over 40 years’ experience in the understanding and proper application of water-based engineering principles with our audience. He is the principal of Appropriate Designs and a regular contributor to industry publications.

    Coffee with Caleffi technical training webinars are free and intended for contractors, designers and wholesalers.  A Certificate of Attendance is emailed to attendees following the webinar for continuing education consideration.  Want to join us?  Simply register today.

    Can't make the webinar?  No problem!  Be sure to sign up anyway and we'll email the recording link found in our webinar archive when it is available.

    If you have questions on webinar content, please direct them to Max Rohr.

  • ARCHIVE+

    Did you know that we have an entire library of Coffee with Caleffi webinars that you can listen into at your convenience?

    You can find the webinar archive here.