Boiler Training — Boiler Operators, Maintenance Personnel & Engineers

R.F. MacDonald Co. services and sells boilers, pumps, composites and accessories for commercial and industrial applications.

Boiler Training

Boiler Training

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Boiler Operator’s Workshop

 
Boiler Tech TrainingThis two-day workshop is designed for maintenance, plant, stationary or mechanical engineers as well as maintenance personnel who are responsible for repairing and troubleshooting boilers. However, anyone seeking a basic working knowledge of boiler room equipment will benefit from this class. CWEA & AFE Certified.

March 19/20, 2019 – Modesto, CA (Steam Boilers)
March 21/22, 2019 – Modesto, CA (Hydronic Boilers)
April 9/10, 2019 – Reno, NV (Steam Boilers)
April 11/12, 2019 – Reno, NV (Hydronic Boilers)
May 14/15, 2019 – Santa Fe Springs, CA (Steam Boilers)
May 16/17, 2019 – Santa Fe Springs, CA (Hydronic Boilers)
June 4/5, 2019 – Hayward, CA (Steam Boilers)
June 6/7, 2019 – Hayward, CA (Hydronic Boilers)
July 16/17, 2019 – San Diego, CA (Steam Boilers)
July 18/19, 2019 – San Diego, CA (Hydronic Boilers)
Sept. 24/25, 2019 – Fresno, CA (Steam Boilers)
Sept. 26/27, 2019 – Fresno, CA (Hydronic Boilers)
Oct. 22/23, 2019 – Bakersfield, CA (Steam Boilers)

 


 

Cleaver-Brooks Systems Plus

Level 1: Operations, Safety, Reliability and Efficiency
 
Boiler TrainingThis two-day course is designed for Boiler Operators, Maintenance Personnel and front line Supervisory Personnel. The class reviews a boiler, how it operates and what ancillary equipment is required to support its operation. Additionally, the program stresses safety and the proper operating practices required to maximize efficient, safe and reliable service of the equipment.

October 1/2, 2019 – Santa Fe Springs, CA
November 5/6, 2019 – Hayward, CA

 
 


 

Cleaver-Brooks Advanced Systems Plus

The Next Level Training
 
boiler trainingUsing the information provided in the Level 1 training as a base, the advanced course emphasizes boiler evolution and applications, control schemes, burner advances, energy conservation, emissions, system reliability and safety. This course includes an indepth understanding of boilers and how they can be successfully applied to all processes, as well as how energy can be saved through retrofit options and controls. The program extends into the plant to include key components of steam distribution and condensate returns. Attendees should have taken the Level 1 Course – or have equivalent experience.

April 2-3, 2019 – Santa Fe Springs, CA