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How Come? Hydronic heating answers

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I wrote How Come? in a Q&A format, which I love because it reminds me of the old heating texts that line my shelves. This one covers all the classic hydronic systems::

  • Gravity systems
  • Indirect radiation
  • Diverter tee systems
  • Loop systems
  • Radiant heating
  • Hot water zones taken off of steam boilers

It's a great reference book, and a fine way to get up to speed if you're new to hydronic heating. It's filled with more than 600 questions and dozens of easy-to-follow illustrations. And if you're not delighted, I'll give you a full refund.

Dan Holohan

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Wrong book for me January 28, 2015
Reviewer: mark miller from chicago, IL United States  
This book I believe was the wrong book suggested to me. I did enjoy the 1st chapter, but that's where it stopped for me.
I was looking for a book that i can get answers for old converted gravity systems tconverted to  a pump long ago, and now i want to convert to a mod/con boiler.
This is probably a great book for a person in this trade. But i am not that person, I am a general contractor with questions. But this book has alot of questions and answers, but the wrong ones for me
the rating i am giving is just my opinion for me, not actually for the book for others

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"How Come?" Reader's Viewpoint January 2, 2015
Reviewer: Spence from NY  
After many years working with airside in the Midwest, a relocation to the Northeastern market showed a need to become familiar with wet heat.  This fine volume proved to be a readable and likeable introduction to moving water rather than air.  I certainly will be adding more of your works to my personal success library.

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