HBX Controls offers a complete training experience. In addition to the videos listed here, we have literature pertaining to all of our controls listed in our Resources section, as well as customer service available during normal working hours. We also offer personal and group training sessions, which can be set up by appointment via our Contact page.
HBX Boiler Control Overview
➤ 1:30 pm MDT
HBX Zone Control Overview
➤ 1:30 pm MDT
The level 1 webinar highlights all the features and benefits within the entire HBX Controls product line including Boiler controls, Geothermal Controls, Snow Melting Controls, Thermostats, Outdoor / Wireless Sensors, Zoning Controls and Thermostats.
A snowmelt system is used to remove snow and ice via embedded electric cables or hydronic tubing. Common areas for snowmelt systems are: driveways, walkways, parking areas, stairways, loading docks, and car washes. The HBX Snowmelt controls utilizes a unique sensor technology that allows you to detect the rate of snow rather than a continuity sensor, where the sensor turns once exposed to moisture.
Designing your hydronic heating system to function with multiple boiler stages by switching on/off multiple smaller capacity boilers will save money, energy, limit potential wear and tear and a higher degree of your comfort to your building. The HBX CPU line is the simplest, most intuitive control available to the hydronic industry. The unique design means minutes to learn and setup. The CPU-0550 covers a wide variety of applications from a single unit, reducing the number of different controls on your shelf.
The earth's temperature a few meters below the ground is relatively constant everywhere in North America while the air temperature can change from summer to harsh winter conditions. Geothermal heat pumps combined with dedicated geothermal controls (ECO-1000 & ECO-0550) can tap into this natural heat source and provide a positive energy return to your residential, commercial and industrial applications.
This webinar highlights all the features and benefits within the HBX Wi-Fi zoning system. The ZON-0550 can be used in multiple applications from radiant heating to forced air delivery systems or a combination of both applications. The webinar will also highlight the benefits using the HBX Zone mobile app for contractors and end users.
A quick how-to video showing the setup of the Room Mode on an HBX THM-0100 Thermostat
A quick how-to video showing the setup of Dual Mode on an HBX THM-0100 Thermostat
A quick how-to video showing the setup of the Floor Mode on an HBX THM-0100 Thermostat
Introducing the new HBX Wireless Outdoor Sensor, the WAV-0100 . This wireless outdoor sensor goes against all conventional wireless technology. While others communicate only with their own devices, HBX has developed a way to broaden horizons. The WAV-0100 is able to connect to any control that uses a thermistor input for its outdoor sensing. Because of this revolutionary technology, the WAV-0100 can connect to boilers, reset controls, thermostats and many other devices. This makes the WAV-0100 perfect for retrofits as well as new installs.
A powerpoint presentation on the basics of the HBX ECO-1000.
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