Boiler Seminars

Each year PBBS holds several two-day boiler training seminars at various locations throughout Wisconsin and Minnesota. The seminars are designed for our customers who maintain and operate commercial and industrial boilers and cover a wide variety of boiler-related topics for both steam and hot water systems.

Boiler Education from Start to Finish

Boiler training seminar topics include the fundamentals of thermodynamics, boiler basics, combustion, efficiency, care, maintenance, controls and wiring, steam and hot water systems, steam traps, water chemistry, water treatment, and pre-treatment equipment. Seminars are intended to be informative and provide an overall understanding of the boiler, boiler systems, and related equipment to broaden the participant’s knowledge in these areas. By understanding the basics, one may better apply his or her knowledge to recognize and possibly solve a problem rather than just provide a temporary fix for the problem.

The boiler seminar course fee is $295 per person and includes meeting materials and sponsored meals (continental breakfast, lunches, and breaks). Each program will be presented by personnel from PBBS in the areas of boiler care and operation. Attendance is limited and registrations are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Registration is appreciated no later than seven days before the class is scheduled. For more information or to register for a boiler seminar, please call or email the designated PBBS contact person.

Boiler seminar topics covered by our trained experts:

THERMODYNAMICS, COMBUSTION THEORY/BOILER EFFICIENCY Where it all starts
WATER CHEMISTRY Waterside care, signs of trouble
BOILER TYPES & CONSTRUCTION Which is best for your needs?
BOILER ROOM ACCESSORIES Deaerators, Water Softeners, etc
BOILER OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE What to look for at inspection
HOT WATER BOILERS Do’s & Don’ts
BURNER & BOILER CONTROLS Why safety is important
THE STEAM SYSTEM What happens after the boiler?
UPGRADING YOUR BOILERS/BURNERS Getting maximum efficiency
CUSTOMER CONCERNS What do you want to know about?
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