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TA Hydronics opens training centre in Dubai

Offers free-to-attend “Systems in Practice” training sessions

| | May 11, 2013 | 3:11 pm
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Offers free-to-attend “Systems in Practice” training sessions

TA Hydronics, provider of hydronic distribution systems and room temperature control, has announced the opening of its Hydronic College Training Centre in Dubai. Following an investment of approximately EUR 100,000 (USD 131,566, as of April 30 value of European Euros against the US Dollar), the centre will provide training for up to 1,000 industry professionals each year.

Completed in March, the centre is the latest addition to the company’s global chain of training centres specifically designed to provide professionals working in the HVAC sector with industry training on how to optimise hydronic systems.

TA Hydronics explained the details of the training programme: Exclusively developed for installers, consultants and contractors working in the sector, the “Systems in Practice” training sessions will educate visitors on how hydronic systems can be successfully designed, installed and balanced to ensure energy-efficient and comfortable indoor climates. Upon completion of the sessions, attendees will receive a certificate of attendance that can be used towards professional development credit. The centre is fully equipped with working simulation systems that imitate different HVAC scenarios. The training sessions are free to attend for qualified individuals within the HVAC industry involved with the design, specification, purchase, installation, commissioning or service of commercial hydronic systems, and include several TA Hydronics’ balancing and control equipment and a range of its combined pressurisation and water quality solutions.

Biren Patel, Managing Director at TA Hydronics Middle East Africa and India, pointing out that today’s buildings are less energy efficient than they should be despite significant advances in technology providing more solutions than ever before, said, “Topics covered in the “Systems in Practice” training sessions include maintaining the correct system pressure, installation and optimisation of hydronic systems and operating variable flow networks.”

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