Can a hydronic system effectively – and efficiently – provide heating, cooling, domestic hot water AND heat recovery ventilation in a residential home? John Siegenthaler, P.E., a favorite to the webinar series, will discuss design details, challenges and lessons learned from a from a recent project profile of a modern hybrid approach utilizing an air-to-water heat pump system that checks all of the boxes during this 90-minute extended edition.
→ Back-up heating. When is it necessary?
→ Can a single 44 watt circulator supply all space heating flow for a 2,300 square foot house?
→ Does chilled water cooling and heat recovery ventilation require separate duct systems?
→ Can panel radiators operate at supply water temperature below 100 ºF on design days?
→ Where does an “extended manifold” piping system make sense?
→ How are 3-way diverter valves applied in air-to-water heat pump systems?
→ What are the advantages of multi-zone heating combined with single-zone cooling?
Siegenthaler is a seasoned industry leader and passionate teacher, eager to share his over 40 years’ experience in the understanding and proper application of water-based engineering principles with our audience. He is the principal of Appropriate Designs and a regular contributor to industry publications.
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