Honeywell Combustion Safety is offering a 2-day Combustion Safety & Equipment Overview Course in Cleveland, Ohio. The workshop is a packed full day of useful knowledge for you to take back to your facility and reduce the risk of fires and explosions.

Topics Overview:

Combustion Basics: Introduces attendees to combustion, involving the fire triangle, and how combustion can change based on different factors (Air/Fuel ratios; types of fuel).  Basic burner designs are introduced, including premixed and furnace draft (Air movement) is explained.

Equipment & Fuel Train Basics: Explains the function of the gas train, how the various components operate, and good practices to follow for safe operation. Flame Safeguards are presented as well as how they manage burner-related safety systems, such as flame detectors and firebox environment purge cycles.

Valve Interlock/Testing: Instructs attendees in testing methods and procedures for combustion system interlocks to make sure they trip correctly and at the correct set point. Devices included: Purge timers, pressure switches, position switches (i.e.: proof of closure), flame detectors.

Hazard Recognition: This session describes various hazards and issues that could lead to fires, explosions, and equipment reliability problems in commercial & industrial facilities.

NFPA 54: Addressing the requirements of the installation and operation of fuel gas piping systems, appliances, equipment, and related accessories, with rules for piping systems materials and components, piping system testing and purging, combustion and ventilation air supply, and venting of gas-fired appliances and equipment.his session describes various hazards and issues that could lead to fires, explosions, and equipment reliability problems in commercial & industrial facilities.

Live-Fire: Our hands-on exhibitions take Code information and put it into practice on our customized demonstration units.

  • Burner Tuning & Troubleshooting
  • ThermJet Burner
  • Interlock Testing

Location: Honeywell Combustion Safety
Address: 2100 Apollo Drive, Brook Park, Ohio 44142
Phone: 216-749-2992
The workshop will begin sharply at 8:00 AM and adjourning at 4:30 PM. Lunch will be provided.

Recommended Hotel
Sheraton Cleveland Airport Hotel
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, 5300 Riverside Dr, Cleveland, OH 44135

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