IMI Hydronic Engineering – devoted to knowledge sharing
Recognising that HVAC systems are responsible for up to 20% of the world’s energy consumption, we have established our unique Hydronic College seminar programmes and Systems in Practice training centres. The college is dedicated to providing best practice education to HVAC professionals, especially in regards to energy optimisation. More than 200,000 people have already participated.
All our seminars are underlined by our commitment to translating our market-leading insights into practical and actionable training. Using our insights you could reduce the total energy consumption of a building’s HVAC system by up to 30% while enhancing controllability and indoor climate comfort.
Learn best practice from the best in the market
Hydronic College Systems in Practice training centres educate attendees about how to optimise hydronic systems and draw out the best possible performance, cost and energy savings. Topics cover the full spectrum of hydronic issues including pressurisation, variable flow systems, system controllability, balancing methods and room temperature control. These training modules can also be tailored specifically to your requirements.
Get hands-on with our hydronic simulation units
We believe that the best way to learn is by doing. That is why we have outfitted our training centres with working simulation units. Featuring installations and equipment typically encountered in a variety of HVAC systems, these units enable hands-on demonstrations and training in the fields of pressurisation & water quality, balancing & control and thermostatic control. All our trainers have substantial working experience within the HVAC industry, and undergo continuous training themselves. Upon completion of the training, all participants receive a certification of attendance that can be used towards professional development credits.
Our seminar subjects cover:
- All the latest market trends, technologies and legal regulations
- Facts and insights relevant for different applications
- Special focus on total system design and performance