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UPCOMING ONLINE SEMINAR SCHEDULE

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Duration: 1 hour

Instructor: Mark Norris (Viessmann Canada Academy Instructor)

Description: 
This seminar will cover multiple boiler systems, and answer the questions
1. When do we need multiple boilers in as system?
2. How do we best to control the multiple boilers for maximum efficiency, comfort and equipment longevity?

Duration: 1 hour

Instructor: Mark Norris (Viessmann Canada Academy Instructor)

Description: This seminar will cover multizone residential or light commercial building systems as they relate to modulating condensing boilers. We will examine the do’s and don’ts of zoning, variable speed pumping and load balancing the boiler and the building systems.

Duration: 1 1/2 hours

Instructor: Scott Boutilier (Viessmann Canada Technical Advisor/Academy Instructor)

Description: Join Viessmann CA Academy instructor Scott Boutilier as he examines types of Solar Thermal applications the Viessmann Vitosol 200-FM collectors can be used and reviews the distinct advantage the Thermprotect technology will give you when used in your solar thermal projects.

Duration: 1 hour

Instructor: Jay Sheldon (Viessmann US Academy Instructor)

Description: This seminar will take you through the proper steps to follow when you face a troubleshooting issue on the Vitodens 100 B1HA/B1KA boilers including utilizing the fault code checker, knowing the difference between a hard and soft faults and how to determine if a no heat situation is caused by the boiler or not. The faults Jay will focus on in this seminar are the F2 & F18 fault and will take you through a live demonstration video showing how to diagnose the issue, what tools and parts you will need and the corrective measures to follow. See Jay fix each fault in less than 15 minutes each!

Duration: 1 hour 

Instructor: Jody Samuell (Viessmann US Project Development Manager)

1 PDH Credit

Statement of Purpose:
In many modern hydronic systems the need arises for different water temperatures for the various heat emitters located in a building. This leads to levels of control structure to meet these needs, often with a simultaneous demand within the boiler provided control system. To meet these needs there are a number of approaches to obtaining the desired water temperatures. In this seminar we will look at these requirements and the various methods of achieving these temperatures.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this seminar the attendees will be able to:
– List the conditions that lead to the need for multiple water temperatures in a hydronic system.
– Describe the methods of providing multiple water temperatures including:
      1. Multiple boiler setpoints
      2. Motorized mixing valves
      3. Thermostatic mixing valves
      4. Injection pumping
– Discuss how to determine how many water temperatures are needed for a hydronic system.
– Describe the methodology to provide a constant temperature to a heat pump loop.

Duration: 1 1/2 hours

Instructors: Mark Norris (Viessmann Canada Academy Instructor) & Scott Boutilier (Viessmann Canada Technical Advisory / Instructor)

Description: In the seminar, we will review some important strategies to maximize the control and operation of your condensing boiler projects. Topics covered will including condensing technology, and the roll of outdoor temperature adjustment, high mass vs low mass and the piping strategies for both types of boilers. Packed with useful information for both new and experienced boiler installers.

Duration: 1 hour

Instructor: Jay Sheldon (Viessmann Academy Instructor)

Description: This seminar will take you through the proper steps to follow when you face a troubleshooting issue on the Vitodens 100 B1HA/B1KA boilers including utilizing the fault code checker, knowing the difference between a hard and soft faults and how to determine if a no heat situation is caused by the boiler or not. The faults Jay will focus on in this seminar are the 0B & 38 faults and will take you through a live demonstration video showing how to diagnose the issue, what tools and parts you will need and the corrective measures to follow. See Jay fix each fault in less than 15 minutes each!

Duration: 1 hour

Instructor: Jody Samuell (Viessmann US Project Development Manager)

Statement of Purpose:
This presentation will explore outdoor reset as it applies to building heating. The following topics will be discussed:
– Heat Transfer from boiler to the outdoors and what drive the process
– When the balance in the heat transfer process changes, how is it controlled?
– How does a heating curve work into the process and how is it selected?
– What additional equipment is needed
– Why should outdoor reset be used

Learning Objectives:
1. Explain the heat flow process from burner to outdoors and how outdoor reset can control it
2. List the benefits of outdoor reset
3. Explain how outdoor reset works
4. Describe the process of selecting a heating curve for an application

Duration: 1 hour 

Instructor: Jody Samuell (Viessmann US Project Development Manager)

1 PDH Credit

Statement of Purpose:
Often with a residential project the decision is made to couple the DHW load to the space heating boiler. The question then becomes whether to go with a combi boiler or add an indirect water heater to the boiler plant.  In this presentation we will examine the two methods and answer the following questions:
– Sizing for water heating, how should you approach it?
– Sizing the boiler, what is different between the two approaches?
– How are the DHW design considerations different?
– What are the performance differences? – The third option, Instantaneous generation with DHW storage, where does it fit?

Learning Objectives:
1. Contrast the differences between an indirect water heater and a combi boiler in how they meet a hot water demand
2. Compare the sizing process for combi boilers and indirect water heaters.
3. Describe the pros and cons of using a combi boiler and an indirect water heater
4. Describe how a DHW storage tank loading system works and the advantages of this type of system.

UPCOMING OPEN ENROLLMENT CLASS SCHEDULE
WARWICK, RI

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ACADEMY LOCATION; 45 ACCESS ROAD, WARWICK, RI, 02886

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UPCOMING OPEN ENROLLMENT CLASS SCHEDULE
SILICON VALLEY, CA

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ACADEMY LOCATION: 1465 N. MILPITAS BLVD, MILPITAS, CA, 95035

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