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December Webinar Completes Component Selection Series
In the webinar, Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr, training and education manager, completes a two-part boiler component selection series on Thursday, Dec. 17 at 12 noon CST concentrating on key components used in renewable energy hydronic systems. Please visit for registration details.

The complimentary educational series, Coffee with Caleffi™, is an online technical training webinar and is intended for contractors, designers and wholesalers.

What’s next?
Part 2: Proper Component Selection in Renewable Energy Hydronic Systems
Thursday, Dec. 17, 2015
12 noon – 1pm CST

Bob “Hot Rod” Rohr, Caleffi training and education manager, will build on November’s webinar, but shift the focus to key components used in renewable energy hydronic systems, how they work and their application considerations. He’ll start with the basics of “what is it?” and finish up the series so that you are equipped with an RE foundation that you can use to build for the future. You’ll learn:

→ How do renewable energy fuel source systems differ from traditional fuel source systems?
→ What are the more common RE systems?
→ What RE system components are manufactured differently then traditional? Why?
→ What are popular combinations of RE and non-RE systems?
→ What unique component selection mistakes can occur in RE systems? Operation mistakes?
→ I hear “storage is the key” when designing with RE, can you explain?

A familiar speaker at our Coffee with Caleffi webinars, Bob is sure to delight with his expertise and quick wit.

A Certificate of Participation is emailed to all attendees following the webinar.

All Coffee with Caleffi webinars are free, but registration is required. After registering, you will be immediately forwarded a confirming email containing log-in details for attending the webinar. When training time comes, grab a coffee, tune in and learn more about Caleffi’s innovative products and how they can add value to your work.

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