Grab your last chance this summer to attend, “Fundamentals of Hydronic, Air and Geothermal Systems”

August 12 is your last chance this semester to attend Session III of the Taco University, “Fundamentals of Hydronic, Air and Geothermal Systems.”

Session III takes attendees one step beyond previous Taco University courses to delve into specific design elements and considerations of three different types of HVAC system.  However, attendance at a previous course IS NOT a prerequisite.

As in previous Taco University sessions, the emphasis is on practical knowledge that attendees can put to use immediately.  Session III participants will learn the fundamental elements of hydronic, air and geothermal HVAC system design.

Students will become familiar with most of the systems they will encounter in the field and learn how to turn design and engineering theory into real-world, effective HVAC systems.

Session III is a must for building owners and architects as well as HVAC professionals who want a firm grasp of the pros and cons of the HVAC systems they’ll evaluate and implement.


Click on the link below to register.


Taco University classes will resume next year.  Until then, this is a unique opportunity to build your commercial hydronic systems knowledge and for engineers to earn PDH credits.  Register for Taco University Session III today.

Thank you!