July 16, 2018

Introducing the 23rd Edition of idronics™

MILWAUKEE, WISC. – Monday, July 16, 2018:  An understanding of how heat moves and what factors enhance (or inhibit) that movement is vitally important to those who design, troubleshoot or maintain hydronic systems.  The July 2018 edition of idronics, Heat Transfer in Hydronic Systems, is now available and discusses the fundamentals of heat transfer as they apply to hydronic heating and cooling systems.  It describes how the rate of heat movement in these systems is influenced by flow rate and temperature differences and illustrates practical details that enhance heat transfer in a wide variety of system applications.

idronics is an industry respected educational design journal intended for hydronic, plumbing and renewable energy professionals.  Subscribers to the journal will receive their complimentary copy in July.  

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