August 20, 2020

Coffee with Caleffi™

Debris and Particle Removal in Hydronic Systems

Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020
12 noon -1:00 p.m. CDT


The ideal fluid within a hydronic system would have no impurities, air bubbles or dissolved gasses in order to insure optimal performance. But have you experienced such symptoms as low thermal efficiency, rapid wear and damage to expensive components, thereby compromising system performance, longevity and warranty coverage? Is the "health" of water circulating within hydronic systems a difference-maker?

A familiar and favorite speaker to the webinar series, Bob "Hot Rod" Rohr, Caleffi training and education manager, will discuss how to maximize system protection with a gold standard by keeping these pesky impurities out.

You'll learn: 

→ What are the most common particles found in hydronic systems?
→ Is there a single solution to the various particle removal?
→ Prevention 101: How to engineer particle removal into system designs
→ Can I expect higher performance and efficiencies from my system with properly applied removal devices?
→ What is all the buzz about magnetic separation?

Recently recognized with the 2020-2022 Carlson-Holohan Industry Award of Excellence, Hot Rod is sure to delight the audience with his expertise and quick wit. He travels from sea to shining sea, sharing his 35+ years' of experience as a plumbing, radiant heat and renewable energy contractor.  A regular contributor for PHC News and Mechanical Business, Hot Rod enjoys putting his rubber-to-the-road experiences to pen.

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