UAF 126: Hydronic Heating and Steam Systems
This course is concerned primarily with the technical aspects of design and installation of several types of hydronic systems found in the pipe trades. Topics also include information concerning the installation of high-efficiency heating and cooling systems, low and high temperature, radiant heat and solar hot water heating systems. The steam system portion of the course includes: generating steam, installing steam piping and accessories and troubleshooting all types of steam systems. Limited to United Association students.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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