Hydronics and Heat Pumps

Addresses solar thermal, geothermal, and biomass heating systems. Students participate in the installation and design of a solar hot water system. Topics include safety; system design and layout; component selection; mounting collectors; installing and insulating copper tubing; and installing a storage tank, heat exchanger, circulation pump, and other system components.

There are no Pre-Requisites


Course: Hydronics and Heat Pumps (63323)

In Person
Location: Wisconsin Rapids
Duration: 8/22/2023 - 12/12/2023

Days & Time:

Tues: 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM


T162 Renewable Lab


Mark Haferman

Tuition and Fees: $523.35

Out of State Tuition and Fees: $742.65

Status:Active Seats Available:17

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Hydronics and Heat Pumps

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