Introduction to Hydronic Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing

Introduction to Hydronic Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing

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Have you always wanted to balance hydronic systems you install and/or service, but have not been able to find practical, hands-on, step-by-step training to do it right? Is your company already performing hydronic TAB, but you want to get more technicians trained? This is the right class for you!

hydronics trainingFirst-timers and seasoned professionals who attend this course will gain a firm understanding of the most current hydronic testing and balancing practices. This NCI-exclusive two-day course is also a perfect stepping stone for technicians working towards achieving National Balancing Council certification. "Introduction to Hydronic Testing, Adjusting and Balancing" is an intensive training program that begins with the very basics, then moves up to advanced testing and balancing procedures required for everyday applications.

Training includes an even mix of classroom and hands-on experiences

The course consists of 50% classroom training and 50% hands-on exercises where students use a variety of instruments on various systems, facing situations and problems they will encounter in the field. The course takes place in a low-pressure learning environment, as there is no certification exam. This allows the participants to simply focus on the material and hands-on learning.

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Introduction to Hydronic Testing, Adjusting, & Balancing Program Overview

Hydronics Overview

  • How to prepare for a hydronic balancing project
  • Overview of different types of hydronic equipment and piping systems
  • Hydronic TAB reporting requirements
  • Introduction to pumps, including how to use a pump curve
  • Pump laws and their application in the field
  • Pump selection and pipe sizing methods
  • Determine system requirements.
Hands-on activities and experience are interspersed throughout both Day 1 and Day 2 training.

Testing, Balancing, Reporting

  • Determine hydronic flow using coil pressure drop
  • Determine hydronic flow using Cv ratings
  • Determine hydronic flow using Heat transfer/Btu calculations
  • Quickstep method for balancing coils and flow stations
  • Report coil/flow station TAB
  • Finalize hydronic test and balance
  • Required forms, overall content, remarks, and other data necessary for hydronic TAB report.
Hands-on activities and experience are interspersed throughout both Day 1 and Day 2 training.

*This special offer is available exclusively to HVAC professionals who work in San Diego Gas & Electric's territory. Your final registration is subject to verification.

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