BTG’s First Boiler Operator Training Class Given in 2015

This year Boiler Supply Company, Inc., celebrates 80 years in business. We are proud to be a preferred partner specializing in boiler operator and boiler water treatment training classes. As a leader in the boiler industry, Boiler Supply recognized the need for training boiler operators. So, in 2015, Boiler Supply initiated the first boiler operator training class, provided by BTG, a division of ECS Consulting.

 The Importance of Boiler Operator Training Classes

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The importance of boiler operator training classes cannot be minimized. The history of the boiler industry is filled with tragic catastrophes. Before “survivors” from boiler explosions learned how to periodically clean their boilers, boiler explosions were quite common.

As boiler manufacturers made boilers safer, they also made them more complicated. This necessitated the need for better training in the boiler industry. Boiler training classes by BTG is filling that need. Currently, we provide boiler owners, operators, and service technicians with training in boiler operations, service, and troubleshooting. We also cover equipment safety.

Basic Boiler Operator Training Class

Our Basic Boiler Operator (BOO) training class is one of our most popular classes. This class covers the following topics:

  • Combustion & Heat Transfer
  • Burners & Fuel Trains
  • Dangers & Prevention
  • Controls & Safety Devices
  • Operations, Safety, & Testing
  • Sequence of Operation
  • Inspections & Planned Maintenance
  • Boiler Efficiency
  • Troubleshooting

We also offer the Water Treatment & Testing (WTT) training course This class covers proper pre-treatment of the system water and boiler chemistry. Students also practice testing water samples with their classroom-supplied test kits.

Check Our Class Schedule for Classes Near You

BTG offers boiler training classes in Nashville, TN, and Knoxville, TN, as well as other locations, on demand. View the class schedule to find a convenient class date. Then click on the class date you are interested in to see how many seats are still available in the class. You also Bcan even register and pay online.