Electric Tankless Heater Design, Application and Pitfalls Webinar
This course will highlight technology and product differences across the industry for electric tankless water heaters, including product level components, operation, and system impact. By better understanding how the products work, we can specify them more accurately and avoid field failures from misapplication.
Automated Technology for Building Water Management - Improving Potable Water Distribution, Efficiency, and Safety Webinar
In this presentation, we review the impact of common building water issues, the principles of effective water management, and how automation technology can improve the user experience, save water and energy, and support fundamental legionella control measures.
Conquer the Calendar - Meeting Mastery for More Free Time
Conquer the Calendar: Meeting Mastery for More Free Time
Actuation Basics - Electric and Pneumatic Actuators for Quarter-turn Valves Webinar
This one-hour webinar will introduce the basics of actuation that will appear in MEP Design.
Valves 101: The Ins and Outs of Valve Options in Commercial Plumbing Webinar
This one-hour webinar presents the basics on valve styles, sizes, materials, and applications.
Email Extinguisher: Simple Steps to Shrink the Inbox Webinar
Leading Through Chaos
Job Search Preparedness
Are you preparing to make a job change and is your resume in need of an update? During this one-hour webinar you'll learn insights from the speaker about optimizing your resume and how to make yourself stand out.
Application for Smart Water Management in Commercial Buildings Webinar
This webinar provides an overview of available market technology for monitoring and controls in commercial domestic water applications.
Guidelines for Best Practices for Water Quality Post COVID-19
The COVID-19 outbreak is showing signs of slowing down, but unfortunately, a different risk is now ahead when opening dormant buildings with stagnant water systems. Several weeks of zero flow or low flow and tempered water can result in an increased risk of legionella, microbiological growth, heavy metals leeching, and increased corrosion within our plumbing systems.
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