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Free training on using PICVs

In September and October 2013 Marflow Hydronics is running free training courses across the country on Pressure Independent Control Valves.
Free training on using PICVs
Aimed at consultants, designers, specifiers and key influencers who want to improve their skills and specifiy, purchase or commission a PICV, the courses are designed to provide delegates with knowledge on how they work, how best to design them and how to make systems more economical.
The half day sessions will look at how things have been done historically, using PICVs today, simplified design and installation, cost implications, commissioning and what's in store for the future.
Martin Lowe, joint managing director at Marflow Hydronics said: 'We have developed these brand new courses after receiving a lot of questions from our customers on the best way to work with PICVs. By increasing their knowledge on how to best use the products, we can save customers time, money and energy well into the future, and that's what's most important to us.'
The courses are being held across the country and are free for anyone to attend, but delegates must have a reasonable knowledge of water distribution systems already to get the most out of the day.
Places are limited, on a first come first served basis, so immediate registration is recommended. To register or for more information either visit www.marflowhydronics.co.uk, call 0845 643 9096 or email training@marflow.co.uk.
25 June 2013

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