Carlin – Residential Gas Burners

Event Phone: (717) 939-1781

  • May 2, 2017
    5:00 am - 12:00 pm

The class will discuss the fundamentals of Carlin gas burners including set up, service, and installation. The full day program will include the second portion of the day in the PPA training facility with hands on troubleshooting and diagnostics. This is highly recommended for new personnel and as a refresher for experienced personnel. This course reviews established principles that will help in servicing all heating systems.

Lunch is provided for attendees at no additional cost.

Our Instructor: Bruce Graham has spent decades in the Oil and HVAC industry, slinging boilers, running service day and night, handling the details that come with being a service supervisor and manager. While doing the same things that students in the classes are doing every day. Bruce has been with Carlin over 10 years, teaching, working in the field with technicians, and serves as a factory representative.

Carlin Residential Gas Burners will cover:

    EZ Gas residential installation and set up
    Selecting the correct burner and configuration
    Choosing a firing rate
    Venting, including draft regulators and spill switches
    Combustion air requirements and outside air solutions
    Overview of components
    Gas piping
    Combustion testing
    Troubleshooting at start up and after in the field
    Safety and yearly maintenance
    Includes tool for troubleshooting single pole ignitor
    Includes tool for taking flame reading
    Afternoon lab hands on and live fire to demonstrate use of tools and troubleshooting
    Includes a binder with a class material

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (717) 939-1781

Venue Website:

Address:
PPA Training Center, 911B South Eisenhower Boulevard, Middletown, Pennsylvania, 17057, United States

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