Date(s) - 18/10/2019
09:00 - 16:30
To save energy and reduce CO2 emissions, the combustion air is often preheated for industrial thermoprocessing equipment. Two central or decentral recuperators are used for this preheating. So-called self-recuperative burners (e.g. ECOMAX) are used for decentral heat recovery through air preheating, among others.
These burners place special demands on maintenance and commissioning personnel for their installation, commissioning and maintenance. This seminar provides users with details of the basic function and important information on the operation and maintenance of burners for heat recovery through air preheating.
- Fundamentals of combustion air preheating
- Design and function of self-recuperative-burners (ECOMAX)
- Installation and removal of self-recuperative burners for direct and indirect heating (radiant tubes)
- Control of gas and air for preheated combustion air
- Practical exercises for installation, maintenance and adjustment
Users and service staff who are responsible for the servicing and maintenance of self-recuperative burners learn important principles for operation, adjustment and maintenance.
Trained personnel and line managers of technical departments who are responsible for system safety and availability receive information on the technical functioning of gas burners and are provided with advice on how to select service providers and system installers.
This seminar is an advanced course and can only be attended if basic knowledge of industrial gas utilization for gas pressure control, combustion and operation of industrial gas burners pursuant to DIN EN 746-2 has already been acquired. If this is not the case or if you are unsure, we recommend attending the practical seminar entitled “Industrial gas utilization – Commissioning and maintenance” first, before attending the advanced course.
Duration and times:
1 day, start : 09:00 am and finishing at : 4:30 pm
Information center Elster Thermal Solutions, Strotheweg 1, 49504 Lotte – Germany
Drinks, snacks and lunch are included in the course fee.
Travel and accommodation:
Travel and accommodation are not included in the course fee. You can find information about accommodation in the hotel list on page 25 (hotels in Osnabruck) as well as a description of how to find us on page 24.
€ 550.00 per person plus VAT
Price includes all learning materials and seminar documentation as well as refreshments.
Clothing adapted to the weather conditions is required as some of the practical exercises take place outside. You will also need safety footwear and suitable safety glasses.