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Web Based Building Controls
Posted on 1/4/2013
By Greg Cunniff - Manager Application Engineering, Taco, Inc.

We are pleased to offer interactive classroom presentations in the new Innovation and Development Center (IDC).

In partnership with B.J. Terroni Company, the training “Web Based Building Controls” is presented by Roger Michaud, iWorx National Sales Manager of Taco, Inc.

Hands on training allows you and your company with limited to no controls experience to fully create, install and commission web based systems. You will learn about the power and simplicity of a new generation of Building Controls, allowing you and your company to participate in the growing market for controls. You will experience hands on our iWorx system, a web-based building management, monitoring, and control system designed specifically for high-end residential and light commercial markets. From hydronics to VAV systems, Geothermal to BTU metering, iWorx provides a simple yet powerful controls platform. Experience this interactive training by visiting our virtual IDC classroom.

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