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Join the Debate: 'Hydronics vs. Air'




Join the Debate: 'Hydronics vs. Air'

Join the HVAC professionals at the Taco Advanced Hydronics blog who follow and take part in our ongoing debate about the relative virtues of hydronic- versus air-based systems.

Recent postings include several that discuss safety and liability concerns: The conversation is continuing right now. Get in on it. Add your comments.

And a New iPad Goes To....
The winner of the iPad drawing at the recent Virtual Green Expo is green consultant Stacey Agarrat.

Stacey's entry was among hundreds from attendees who completed a visitor survey at the Taco booth during the on-line green schools expo.

If you missed the event, or want to review or download materials from show events, Taco and other expo exhibitors, you can access all materials here.

You did not have to attend the original event to use the valuable videos, white papers, and presentations, but you do need to visit soon. Expo material wil be available on demand only until November 4.

Do You Agree?
HVAC professionals were in favor of mandatory uniform efficiency standards for HVAC systems by a two-to-one margin in our latest poll on Taco's Advanced Hydronics Facebook page.

We asked: Would you like to see mandatory uniform efficiency standards for all water and air HVAC systems?
  • Yes: 24
  • No: 12
Do you agree? What are the arguments for and against HVAC system standards? Tell us and the community of HVAC professionals at the Taco Advanced Hydronics Facebook page.

Become a Guest Contributor
Taco's Design Pro community is for those involved in all aspects of the professional HVAC market — designers, engineers, design-build contractors, building owners, facility managers and the green building community.

It's a lively, growing, interactive community that depends on HVAC pros like you to participate for the community to reach its full potential.

Are you willing to share your professional experience, thoughts, judgement and opinion with other Taco Design Pro community members? Please let us know. We would love to talk to you.

Please join Taco on our website, www.taco-hvac.com, and visit our social media sites for news, information, product and application support plus some of the best HVAC talk around.

Thanks for your interest.

Tim Smith