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Seminar Schedule

Xylem’s Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse offers the following seminars free of charge as a continuing service to the HVAC industry. Simply select a seminar, submit some basic information, and your local rep will take care of all of the arrangements, from completing your registration to booking your hotel accommodations.

Already have a LRSH student account?  Click here to request a course and/or see existing registrations. (Note, if you have an ESP-Systemwize account you can use those same credentials to log in.)

Seminar List

New seminars are posted on a quarterly basis, so check back often to see what’s scheduled in the coming months!

Q2: 2020 – Plumbing Systems Design Seminar

All seminars are three days long, beginning at 8:30 AM on Monday, finishing at 3:00 PM on Wednesday. Please plan your travel so that you can stay for the entire program.

3 Days – 1.7 CEU Credits Awarded

Who Should Attend
Consulting Engineers, Contractors, and Wholesalers looking
for an in-depth knowledge of plumbing system design.

Expected Learning Outcomes
• Discuss terminology and fundamental plumbing
design concepts
• Apply design concepts to Potable Water Pressure Boosting Systems; Potable Water Heating, Distribution and Hot Water Recirculation Systems; Solar Thermal System, Wastewater Pumping Systems; and Rainwater Harvesting Systems.
• Utilize ESP-Plus applications to properly size and select pumps and equipment in a variety of design problems.
• Discuss codes and standards applicable to plumbing
system design
• Discussion of the benefits of a properly designed
commercial plumbing system

Q2: 2020 – Steam System Design and Application Seminar

All seminars are three days long, beginning at 8:30 AM on Monday, finishing at 3:00 PM on Wednesday. Please plan your travel so that you can stay for the entire program.

3 Days - 1.7 CEU Credits Awarded

Who Should Attend
Engineers, plant supervisors and those involved in developing new steam plants, modifying or operating existing ones.

Expected Learning Outcomes
• Discuss the development of modern steam system components, design ideas, and terminology
• Discuss common boiler controls and boiler
operating principles
• Size steam and condensate piping using nomograms
or software
• Use ESP-Plus to size pressure and temperature regulators
• Recognize how to avoid the damage mechanisms typically
at work in steam heat exchangers
• Apply steam traps to solve system problems
• Describe the basics of condensate pumping
equipment applications

Q2: 2020 – MODERN HYDRONIC HEATING SYSTEMS – BASIC SEMINAR

CLASS SCHEDULE:
Monday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Who Should Attend: Wholesalers, contractors, engineers, with a desire to understand basic hydronic system design.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
• Discuss the advantages of properly designed hydronic systems
• Describe how to size boilers, pumps, piping, compression tanks and hydronic specialties for hydronic systems
• Apply rules of thumb to design simple systems
• Use the Bell & Gossett System Syzer to complete typical calculations

SEMINAR APPROVED BY GBCI TO PROVIDE CREDIT TOWARD THE CREDENTIAL MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE AND LEED AP CERTIFICATIONS.

Q2: 2020 – DESIGN & APPLICATION OF WATER BASED HVAC SYSTEMS SEMINAR

CLASS SCHEDULE:
Monday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Please plan your travel so that you can stay for the entire program.

Who Should Attend: Engineers, mechanical contractors and all others looking for in-depth knowledge of commercial hydronic system design.

Expected Learning Outcomes:
• Employ pump selection principles
• Use the System Syzer in advanced calculations
• Identify the importance of control valve sizing in hydronic systems design
• Recognize the importance of proportional balance
• Compute flow requirements in primary-secondary systems for energy savings
• Recognize the components of system pressurization and apply the fundamentals of tank sizing

SEMINAR APPROVED BY GBCI TO PROVIDE CREDIT TOWARD THE CREDENTIAL MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS OF THE LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE AND LEED AP CERTIFICATIONS.

Disclaimer: Xylem’s Bell & Gossett Little Red Schoolhouse is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) and is authorized to issue the IACET CEU.

The form below is for new students, if you already have a LRSH student account you can Click here to request a course and/or see existing registrations.

Seminar Application Form

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