Combustion Theory Analysis

12
4:30 PM - 8:30 PM
30261 Stephenson Hwy, Madison Heights, MI 48071
Pat Ziemba Classroom
(248) 591-3560
15 seats remaining
75

Course Overview:

This class is geared towards service technicians who test and tune burners for combustion efficiency. Topics covered include: the combustion process, why it's important to measure, how contractors can make money using an analyzer, how to use an analyzer and more!

Course Objectives:

  • Combustion process: 
    • What is combustion?
    • 3 T's of combustion
    • CO2 (carbon dixoide) 
    • Direct O2 vs. CO2 (Why measuring O2 is important)
    • CO (carbon monoxide)
    • Draft
  • Why perform combustion test & why use analyzers?
  • Why do we need to measure?
  • How Contractors can make money ($$) using an analyzer
  • Atmospheric vs. High Efficiency condensing boilers/furnaces
  • E Instruments' BTU series of analyzers & IAQ Monitors
  • How to use an analyzer
  • Combustible gas leak detection (model 7899) soap bubbles vs. actual detection

Continuing Education Units: **Class counts for 2 NATE CEU Hours!**