TA Hydronic College Seminar Instructors

TA seminars are constantly in development, combining both a theoretical and practical approach to real solutions in hydronics. We also continue to build on one of the strongest technical training staff in the industry to deliver these seminars, because we expect to be a premier knowledge resource for hydronic engineers in North America.

Bjarne Andreasen

Bjarne Andreasen, Senior Hydronics Instructor
Bjarne Andreasen, a professional HVAC engineer, joined Tour & Andersson in 1985. For the next 15 years, he supported the Danish engineering community in the design of HVAC plants, and assisted contractors and commissioning companies in installation, balancing and troubleshooting large installations. A member of the TA Hydronic College teaching staff since 2000, Bjarne regularly presents to audiences in Scandinavia, as well as Austria, Spain, China, Singapore and North America.

Gene Husby

Gene Husby
Gene Husby is a Hydronic Training Manager for Tour & Andersson North America. He has worked in the HVAC industry for 30 years in various technical capacities with emphasis in applied systems and chiller plants. More recently he worked as an Applications Engineer with water cooled HVAC products. Gene has authored many technical publications related to the industry and has delivered technical training throughout his career.

Gene is a graduate of Suburban Hennepin Technical College, Minneapolis, MN with an Associate’s degree in HVAC Technology and is active in numerous industry associations.

Hooman Daneshmand

Hooman Daneshmand
Hooman Daneshmand is a Hydronic Training Manager for Tour & Andersson North America. He has served as an engineer within control valve development, product design, supply chain and product applications. Hooman spent a bulk of his time within the IMI group working in the various markets around the world.

Hooman is a graduate of the University of California in Los Angeles, CA with a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on Heat Transfer and Controls Systems. He is an active member of SAE, ASME, and ASHRAE.