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When

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 from 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM EST
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Where

This is an online event.


 
 

Contact

Larry Harmon
Winstel Controls
513-512-7552 (Cell)
larryh@winstelcontrols.com

Although Steam 101 is a new course in the Winstel Controls training lineup, we have presented Steam technology training for years to those customers that had requested guidance for their technicians. But now Jeff Lasita of Winstel Controls has turned this training into a curriculum that we can offer to all and add to our regular schedule of training classes. Anyone who wants to learn something about steam and boilers can now get the benefit of this very informative 2-hour class.

This course is designed to provide a cursory overview of steam and boilers. There is only so much you can do in 2 hours, but students will be introduced to the 3 basic concepts that make a steam boiler function and the controls that will keep it running safely. They will be introduced to the two types of steam systems they will encounter and important terminology needed when discussing steam.

Topical Outline:

  • Overview
  • Terminology
  • Types of Steam Systems
  • Common items to both systems
  • Producing Clean, Dry Steam
  • Removing Air from Main(s) and Terminal units
  • Returning Condensate back to the Boiler
  • Questions

Continuing Education Credits:

  • 2-hours OH - (HV, HY, PL) Course #3860053
  • 2-hours KY - HVAC - Approved (Masters & Journeyman) 
  • 2-hours KY - Plumbing - Approved (Masters & Journeyman) 

You must attend the entire class to be awarded CEU credits. Among other things, we will be monitoring and recording attendance several times during the class to be able to comfortably submit to the states that all CEU candidates attended the complete online course.

Important:

Although there is no charge for this class, registration is required, and may be limited at Winstel Controls’ discretion. Once you register, you will recieve a confirmation email with a link to the class and the password you will need to join. Save this information as you will need it to join the class at the time it begins.

NOTE: You must have an email address to register online.  The email address you use here to register should also be used when logging in for the class.