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5-Day NFPA 86 Combustion Applications Workshop

ONLINE CLASS from MONDAY to FRIDAY (8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. CST daily)

Certification of Completion will be provided upon successful completion of the course.

5-Day Online NFPA 86 Combustion Applications Workshop

Overview

This Five (5) Day Online Workshop provides more in-depth knowledge of NFPA 86 combustion safety and equipment with added hands-on simulation. It provides a detailed overview of combustion equipment fundamentals, builds beyond the basics by offering practical application knowledge, and provides troubleshooting tips. The workshop focuses on control and tuning, furnace standards, and combustion hazard awareness.

Workshop Outline

  • Combustion Basics
  • NFPA 86 Fuel Train Basics
  • Safety Interlock Testing
  • Safety Shutoff Valve Tightness Testing
  • Gas Piping Safety
  • Combustion System Troubleshooting
  • Combustion Hazard Awareness

• Supervisors, Managers
• EHS & Risk Professionals
• Engineering Staff
• Maintenance, MTE’S, MTM’S
• Operations, Facilities, Utilities Employees
• Planners, Buyers, Purchasing Agents

• Apply NFPA learned lessons to your facility
• Understand fuel-train components
• Recognize vented and ventless gas-train designs
• Apply combustion and air/fuel ratio controls
• Identify applicable Standard and Code requirements
• Correctly service system device or component and test same per code or standards
• Understand BMS System Sequencing process
• Develop a maintenance combustion program with annual valve-train safety inspections

2024 Dates

IN-PERSON:
  • June 18-20th, 2024
  • September 17-19th, 2024
  • November 12-14th, 2024
ONLINE:
  • April 29th – May 3rd, 2024
  • July 29-August 2nd, 2024
  • September 23-27th, 2024
  • December 2-6th, 2024
OFFSITE:
  • Charlotte, NC – TBD, 2024

  • Orange County, CA -TBD, 2024

  • Available upon request, 6 Person Minimum.

Training Instructor

This course is taught by Mr. Matthew Clutter, Director of Training, an industrial safeguarding expert with over 17 years of machine safeguarding experience. Through his teaching methods, participants will learn to interpret the OSHA regulation, ANSI B11 series standards, and NFPA 79 standards related to specific machine applications and production requirements. Mr. Clutter is also a speaker at various seminars sponsored by industrial associations.

All training courses are held at our Rockford, Illinois, training center, which is located 70 miles northwest of Chicago O’Hare Airport.

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