Combustion Safety

Review the critical concepts of combustion safety and various combustion inspection tools.

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Safety and Efficiency First

It is critical to ensure the safe and efficient operation of Category I furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. It is necessary to have the correct ratio of dilution air and combustion, whether outdoor air or from the combustion appliance zone, if there is enough air volume for adequate dilution.

Course Objectives

The objective of the Combustion Safety Testing course is to equip participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively monitor ambient carbon monoxide levels, accurately measure base pressure, and assess worst-case scenarios for spillage, draft, and CO in buildings. Through comprehensive training, participants will learn proper tool usage and understand the significance of adhering to action levels for recommending repairs based on test results, ultimately ensuring compliance with safety standards and regulations.

Comprehensive Training

The Combustion Safety Testing course offers comprehensive training on monitoring ambient carbon monoxide levels, measuring base pressure accurately, and assessing worst-case scenarios for spillage, draft, and CO.

Compliance with Safety Standards

Participants learn proper tool usage and adherence to action levels for recommending repairs based on test results, ensuring compliance with safety standards.