Learn how hydronics play a role in decarbonization and resiliency for the built environment.
Decarbonization is coming. And this goal to create a CO2-free global economy has a strong connection with how we design and build our structures. As stewards of the built environment, we have a responsibility to seek every method for optimal efficiencies, both in the short term and the long term. Hear from industry veteran Steve Swanson as he delves into the positive effects mechanical systems can have on decarbonization efforts and how hydronics, specifically, can dramatically improve efficiencies.
- What is decarbonization and how can mechanical systems have a positive effect?
- Comparison of hydronics with refrigerant systems
- The importance energy efficiency plays in decarbonization
- Why polymer solutions are the best fit for low-temperature systems
- Sustainable advantages with polymer systems
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Steve Swanson is the national trainer for Uponor North America, providing training at the factory and around the nation to contractors and installers on radiant heating and cooling, hydronics and commercial plumbing. He has 47 years of experience in hydronic heating and plumbing. For 20 years, he was the vice president of a plumbing and heating supply company in the Twin Cities and gave seminars for hydronic heating and plumbing around the country. In addition, for 15 years, he taught the State of Minnesota Boiler Certification Licensing. Steve is a licensed CEU instructor for the states of Michigan, Minnesota, Florida and Washington. He is also on the Board of Advisors for the Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) and an ASSE-certified hydronics trainer.