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Hydronics For Low-Energy & Net-Zero Buildings
This issue of idronics describes the concepts and technical details of how to craft hydronic systems for modern low-energy and net-zero buildings. It stresses simplicity, repeatability and resilient approaches that deliver comfort without the complexity and cost that has, in some cases, stigmatized the use of hydronics in such buildings. Several system examples are provided for systems that deliver heating, cooling and domestic hot water.
Caleffi also provides an interactive experience for the journal at idronics.caleffi.com
. The image-rich software optimizes access for mobile and desktop devices while providing intuitive access to formulas, schematics, graphs and technical information for on-the-go professionals. The content is fully searchable and is complemented with video and resource links.
idronics is a complimentary educational journal series for hydronic, plumbing and renewable energy professionals to aid them in system design, component application and selection.