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New dates for PICV CPDs

Marflow Hydronics is running more of its CPD training courses on Pressure Independent Control Valves in 2015.

Marflow Hydronics is running more of its CPD training courses on Pressure Independent Control Valves in 2015.

The first courses are taking place in the spring in Manchester and London and then more dates will be added in October.  The free CPD courses are aimed at consultants, designers, specifiers and key influencers who want to learn more about the products, improve their skills and specifiy, purchase or commission a PICV.  The sessions are designed to provide delegates with knowledge on how PICVs work, innovative pipe layouts and how to make systems more economical, including the introduction of electronic balancing.

The half day sessions are free for anyone to attend, but delegates should have a good prior knowledge of water distribution systems to get the most out of the day.

Nick Martin, Technical Manager at Marflow Hydronics, says, “We’ve found that those who have attended the courses have been able to utilise the knowledge they’ve gained in their roles to save them a great deal of time and it’s helped them to support their customers even more.”

Places are limited, on a first come first served basis, so immediate registration is recommended.  To register or for more information visit www.marflowhydronics.co.uk/events, call 0845 643 9096 or email training@marflow.co.uk.

13 February 2015
Source: HVR

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