Plumbing & Mechanical columnist teaching "Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design" seminar sponsored by BNP Media. Siegenthaler's full-day seminar focuses on the evolution of systems combining new hydronic heating products, water system control and distribution methods. The course is designed for engineers, architects and other design/build professionals who specify or maintain residential or commercial hydronic heating systems.

John Siegenthaler, P.E., a teacher, writer, software developer and a columnist for Plumbing & Mechanical magazine, will be teaching "Modern Engineering Concepts For Hydronic Heating Design," a seminar sponsored by BNP Media.

Siegenthaler's full-day seminar focuses on the evolution of systems combining new hydronic heating products, water system control and distribution methods. The course is designed for engineers, architects and other design/build professionals who specify or maintain residential or commercial hydronic heating systems.

Topics to be covered include hydronic distribution system options, water temperature control, small variable speed circulators and more.

To register for this seminar, visit www.bnpmedia.com/conferences and click on "Modern Engineering Concepts for Hydronic Heating Design," call (888) 530-6714 or e-mail at wrobelk@bnpmedia.com.