hausdok Posted November 25, 2007 Report Share Posted November 25, 2007 Hi All, Well, it's been a couple of months and I recently heard from the Watts folks. They're interested in continuing to work with TIJ to bring good hydronic and radiant heating training to home inspectors and they're asking for more input. So, I'm hoping that the dozen folks who attended the first course with me can help us design a better course. Let's try first to stick to the same concept of a 2-day course. and see if, now that we know what their capabilities are, we can tweak the training to achieve a better result. My initial thoughts are: less emphasis on the types of PEX less emphasis on the manufacturing process more emphasis on their appropriate uses more emphasis on the various components of a hydronic system more emhasis on where these components need to be located within a system and the negative aspects when they're not so installed more emphasis on common problems encountered and what their indicators are That should get us started. OT - OF!!! M. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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