Bell & Gossett – July Webinar Series

Nicole Tilley
July 6, 2020

We are pleased to announce Bell & Gossett July 2020 webinar schedule. You can register for any upcoming or past webinars on Bell & Gossett’s Remote Training Hub, where you will also have access to Bell & Gossett Online Little Red Schoolhouse courses, podcasts and training video library.

For each webinar each attendee will receive a certificate which can use to meet professional development hour requirements.

July B&G Webinar Series

Introduction to Circulator Types and Applications

ecm motorDate: Thursday, July 16, 2020 2 – 3 p.m. ET

Join Bell & Gossett, a Xylem brand, to learn about various technologies used for circulators used in residential and commercial HVAC and plumbing applications.

Attendees will be provided the primary differences between dry rotor and wet rotor circulators, induction and ECM circulators and when to use which. How to compare circulators for specific applications and an overview of Bell & Gossett’s ECM wet rotor circulators, will also be shared.

During this one-hour webinar, Xylem will:

  • Review differences between dry and wet rotors, as well as applications of each
  • Discuss the applications for and benefit of ECM motors, and when upgrading makes sense
  • Walk through the top circulator features to reference from spec sheets for comparison purposes
  • Review B&G’s ecocirc 19-16 and ecocirc XL models

Click here to register: Bell & Gossett July 16th Webinar


Basic Air Management for Closed Hydronic Heating / Cooling Systems

Date: Thursday, July 23, 2 – 3 p.m. ET

Join Bell & Gossett, a Xylem brand, to examine the fundamentals of hydronic air management systems, which apply to all closed systems that operate in the chilled or low temperature water heating range.

Webinar attendees will learn how to calculate system initial cold-fill pressure, correct tank charge and required tank size. Examples of these calculations will be provided.

During this one-hour webinar, Xylem will:

  • Describe a system pressure band and required components
  • Identify the difference between air control and air elimination
  • Illustrate how to determine the system’s initial cold-fill pressure
  • Calculate the required precharge pressure for a diaphragm or bladder tank
  • Analyze the system’s required tank size
  • Discuss pump and tank location best practices

Click here to register: Bell & Gossett July 23rd Webinar