Training and Further Training at the Biral Campus

09.10.2013

Biral AG offers training and further training in Münsingen (Switzerland) on everything to do with pump technology. Biral campus is available to all installers and planners working in the heating, cooling, air-conditioning and sanitary industry, as well as to students.

In the theoretical part, topics such as current guidelines, dimensioning, adjustment, energy efficiency and optimisation in hydraulic systems are covered. In the practical part, the building services specialist gets to know the pump systems, observing them and interacting with them, using various simulated emergency cases.

In various modular courses, Biral offers practical training and further training in the following fields:

Seminars for planners

  1. HVAC module (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and cooling)
  2. Water supply module
  3. Wastewater disposal module

Seminars for installers

  1. HVAC module (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and cooling)
  2. Water supply module
  3. Wastewater disposal module

Practical – Biral pumps in action

In the specially set-up practice room, there is the opportunity to see all products in use. The room has a basin in which the products for water and wastewater systems can be seen in action. Adjustments and optimisations are made on various circulation models for heating service water systems. The practice room enables 1:1 experience of the world of pumps.

Biral showroom

Biral presents the current range from the areas of HVAC, water supply and wastewater disposal in the Biral showroom.

The meeting place for the pump industry

The Biral campus offers a space for open exchange among prospective and skilled specialists. The latest technology and trends are discussed and they talk shop. The room can be used as a meeting place for associations and industry-specific meetings.

Picture: Training classroom (Image: Biral)

Source: Biral AG

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