Coffee with Caleffi™
Thursday, June 27
12 noon - 1:00 p.m. CDT
Water pressure within a plumbing system should remain within a predetermined range despite varying conditions inside and outside the building, in order to provide adequate flow at the various plumbing fixtures and prevent unsafe conditions. Accomplishing this requires an understanding of what causes pressure changes and knowing how to properly apply various devices used for pressure control. Bob Rohr and Cody Mack, Caleffi training and education managers and maestros of the trades, walk through the issues and share their compelling solutions.
→ What are typical water pressures within buildings?
→ What problems can occur with inadequate pressure? Excessive pressure?
→ Thermal expansion, water hammer, back-syphoning and pressure fall-off: what are they?
→ What are the roles of expansion tanks, T&P valves, pressure reducing valves, backflow preventers and others?
→ What unique issues do private well systems present?
Our training managers join forces to double the bang for the buck for our audience: Mack, with his nearly 20 years’ experience as an installation contractor, service technician and application engineer plus Rohr's 30+ years' experience as a plumbing, radiant heat and renewable energy contractor. A family man, gear-head and motorcycle-enthusiast, our audience will appreciate Mack's thoughtful delivery and common sense product approach. A familiar and favorite speaker of the series, Hot Rod Rohr is sure to delight the audience with his expertise and quick wit.
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