Combustion Analysis and Fuel Efficiency
How do we minimize our cost of operating heating equipment, conserve energy and reduce carbon emissions (greenhouse gases) while maintaining heating performance?
The answer is, maximize the efficiency of existing furnaces and boilers, as well as verify the performance of newly installed high efficient equipment. The only way to guarantee
that a system is operating at maximum efficiency is to perform a combustion analysis and properly adjusting the air/fuel ratio. This program is designed to provide a full understanding
of the combustion process, combustion test procedures and the adjustments required to maximize fuel efficiency.
Addresses carbon dioxide formation and release, carbon monoxide generation, thermal heat transfer, and flame temperature. Steps and procedures to increase efficiency and
reduce emissions are also included. Readers should expect to increase their knowledge of the combustion process and combustion control. Topics such as the dynamics of carbon
dioxide production, the release of heat, and the oxygen relationship are discussed.
Available to educators and trainers only, the PowerPoint correlates directly with the training manual. Each slide within the presentation contains speaker notes that are designed
to aid the instructor through the presentation and provide additional talking points. Proctors can Login to purchase
the PowerPoint. Additionally, HVACR educators and trainers can order this PowerPoint by calling 1-800-726-9696.
The program offers a Employment Ready or Professional Level certification to validate the student / technicians comprehension of the program.
Employment Ready certification
Professional Level certification