Weil-McLain is holding hydronic heating sessions across the U.S. this year.
Part of the green HVAC equipment manufacturer’s School of Better Heating classes, the one- and two-day-long sessions focus on the basics of hydronics, troubleshooting, boiler management and energy-efficient operation.
The first class was held March 15 in Philadelphia. Upcoming classes will be held in North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Indiana, Iowa and Boston.
This year’s classes include improvements based on feedback from attendees, said Greg Pickens, director of learning and development at Weil-McLain.
“By securing ongoing feedback, we can better understand our end user needs,” Pickens said. “It’s about becoming the thought leader in training, which means understanding our training event attendees and being diligent in our course adaptation.”
The classes were standardized in consultation with HVAC market equipment manufacturers such as Taco and Sentinel.
“Partnering with other companies allows us to incorporate a more thorough learning program into our School of Better Heating events,” said Pickens. “A contractor will be able to gain valuable information on hydronic heating techniques and Weil-McLain products while learning about other systems, such as inline circulators from Taco representatives, for example.”
The full schedule and details are here.