COURSE TITLE:Testing, Adjusting and Balancing (TAB), #K106

SPONSORING ORGANIZATION:University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dept. of Engineering Professional Development

DATE:Aug. 24-28

LOCATION:Madison, Wis.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:The course will assist the attendee in the process of TAB building environmental systems. Students will learn how to balance air and water systems, adjust new and existing systems to provide design quantities, verify equipment and automatic controls performance, measure sound and vibration, and estimate costs. Labs and workshops will give every attendee the opportunity to work directly with real systems and equipment. By participating in this course, attendees will earn 40 Professional Development Hours (PDH) and 4 Continuing Education Units (CEU).

COURSE TITLE:Residential Oil Burner Class

SPONSORING ORGANIZATION:Carlin Combustion Technology


LOCATION:East Longmeadow, Mass.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:A review of the burner components and setup procedures as well as the use of test equipment for proper setup and diagnosis will be demonstrated. At the end of the class, an exam reviewing the material presented is administered and each student receives a Carlin U diploma. This class is National Oilheat Research Alliance-certified for Continuing Education Units (8 credits)

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Publication date:07/27/2009