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RPA’s ‘HydroniX Talk’ Series to Resume Oct. 27

The Radiant Professionals Alliance (RPA) is pleased to announce that its Internet-based talk show “HydroniX Talk” will resume Tuesday, Oct. 27.

Hosted by RPA Executive Director Mark Eatherton, the show brings together experts and professionals from the radiant and hydronics industry to discuss trends and issues facing contractors, designers and builders, and enjoy the camaraderie that had been there in the early days of the original Radiant Panel Association.

Eatherton’s guest on Oct. 27 will be Dennis Schramel, a veteran of the radiant/hydronics industry. Schramel is the product manager at the Wright Hennepin Cooperative Electric Association, and represents a new concept of electric boilers called NextGen Boilers.

The program, which begins at 7 p.m. Eastern/4 p.m. Pacific, is being offered on weekday evenings in order to make it more convenient to the working public. If you are a manufacturer member and wish to have us present your product during one of these shows, please contact Eatherton at mark.eatherton@iapmo.org.

“The goal of the HydroniX Talk series is to allow our manufacturer members an opportunity to blow their horn on our stage, and to allow our contractor members the opportunity to learn about new products, and their applications,” Eatherton said. ‘We also feature the latest in hydronic news and features to keep our members ahead of the game. Coming to the live show allows our manufacturer members to ask questions and get immediate answers, but fear not, if you miss it, we will post it on our members-only YouTube site for later viewing. Join us for lively conversation and education.”

To join the event please visit https://goo.gl/7yEEKJ and enter password rpaht.

The RPA’s mission is to provide superior leadership in the industry and foster the awareness of radiant and hydronic technologies in order to “Grow Radiant.” The RPA is a national chapter of IAPMO, representing the radiant and hydronic industry.

Last modified: October 22, 2015