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    Combustion classes

    What company does the combustion analysis training that frequents this site? I couldn't remember name and I know it is on my list of to do this fall...

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    Combustion classes

    Quote Originally Posted by chippert View Post
    What company does the combustion analysis training that frequents this site? I couldn't remember name and I know it is on my list of to do this fall...

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    We do combustion webinars at Trutechtools.com
    The fall schedule will be up shortly at www.TruTechTools.com/webinars


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    Thanks Bill, y'all do get plenty of my paychecks, but I like to travel for classes. That isn't what I'm thinking though.

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    National Comfort Institute

    https://www.nationalcomfortinstitute.com/index.cfm?

    This is the one that is talked about in threads here at H-talk...

    Jim Davis is the 'guru' of combustion, Jim teaches for NCI

    Browse around the site and find the class
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    Thanks ga, I just got off phone with them. I'm looking forward to getting in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chippert View Post
    Thanks ga, I just got off phone with them. I'm looking forward to getting in it.

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    If at all possible... take the class from Jim Davis... not picking on David... however I learned more from Jim.
    Plan to go well rested, take a LOT of notes, and be confused for a while... it is not intuitive at first.
    Buy yourself a combustion analyzer kit... some folks buy one ahead and play with it before going to the class... these folks say it helps with being less confused during the class. After the class... plan to spend lots of time here in H-talk (PRO forums only) asking questions and getting coaching on using the CA unit... folks will chime in and help... combustion threads are always fun!
    IMO do NOT make your decision for a CA analyzer based only on price... as the cheap ones are just that... cheap.
    I prefer the Bacharach Insight... NCI has a kit with the Insight that includes the draft gauge and all the stuff you will need. Also get yourself a home 'low level' CO alarm and a clip on CO alarm for going into houses with CO issues.

    Best to you with this new endeavor... it is a brain teaser and stretcher... however when you mentally master it (you will)... it is a valuable tool!!!
    Ga-HVAC-tech

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