New ASPE Water Heating System Design 101 Webinar to Be Held March 23

On March 23 at noon CDT, Isaac Wilson, National Specialty Commercial Manager for A. O. Smith, will present the one-hour webinar, “Water Heating System Design 101,” and registration is open at ASPE Education.

This webinar will provide an introduction to the design of domestic hot water systems with a comprehensive focus on water heaters and their related components. Isaac will review the various types of water heater systems, the adjacent components and accessories, and how the system flows and fits together. The primary considerations for applications and sizing will also be discussed with examples. Participants will learn how best to evaluate an application and choose the proper water heating system based on the specific parameters of a project.

Upon successful completion of the webinar, you will be able to:

  • Identify the various types of DHW systems
  • Explain the pros and cons of each type of DHW system
  • Describe the common components and accessories in a DHW system and their utility
  • Explain the factors involved when determining the right type of water heater for an application
  • Understand the relevant factors for sizing a DHW system and be able to apply them

This webinar is free for ASPE members thanks to the generous sponsorship of A. O. Smith. Nonmembers can register for $35. (Not an ASPE member? Join now to take advantage of all of our member benefits.)

Visit ASPE Education to register.

One PDH or 0.1 CEU will be awarded to attendees for participation in this one-hour webinar.

About the Speaker

Isaac Wilson has been working in water heating technology for two years with A. O. Smith. He is currently the National Specialty Commercial Manager and manages the Sales Application Engineering Team. He has taught numerous educational courses over his career and has extensive knowledge in both product/system design and application engineering. Isaac received his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Louisville in 2012.

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