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    NCI Combustion Analysis Class Atlanta, GA last week of January

    OK calling all rednecks for combustion analysis training in Atlanta January 28, 29 and 30.

    I'm signed up and am hoping enough other techs will sign up so they can have the class. I think it only takes 10 or 12 students for them to follow through and have the class so c'mon yall sign up if you can.
    https://www.nationalcomfortinstitute...x.cfm?pid=1042

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    Hey Bro,whatca doing up at this hour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Thermo View Post
    OK calling all rednecks for combustion analysis training in Atlanta January 28, 29 and 30.

    I'm signed up and am hoping enough other techs will sign up so they can have the class. I think it only takes 10 or 12 students for them to follow through and have the class so c'mon yall sign up if you can.
    Atlanta is a pretty good market for this class, so I would be surprised if it didn't go.

    I have been there 3 times over the years, including my initial course.

    Congrats on taking the next step to being a better tech.
    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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    EVERY technician working on combustion appliances should take this class. It will give you confidence that you’re protecting the customer and your company.
    AOP Rules: Rules For Equipment Owners.

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    OK anybody else going?

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    Today we had the first day of class taught by Capt. CO himself.
    Wow. One of the most awesome classes in any subject I have ever attended. Barr none.
    Reference material given to students is extremely valuable. If you can attend then do it. The other students all work for or own top notch companies as far as I can tell.

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    That’s the experience all of had the first time. Twice recertified and still learning.
    AOP Rules: Rules For Equipment Owners.

    Free online load calculator: http://www.loadcalc.net/


    There = not here. Their = possessive pronoun. They're = they are
    It's = contraction of it is. Its = the possessive form of it
    Too = also. To = expressing motion. Two = 2
    Then = after that, next. Than = indicates a comparison.
    Questions should end with a question mark "?" Statements end with a period "."

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