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Nu-Way's 2010 training courses announced

Nu-way, the burner specialist division of Enertech, has announced its 2010 schedule for gas and oil burner training.
The training courses take place at Nu-way's training centre in Droitwich, Worcestershire and are aimed at heating, service and maintenance engineers.

Course 'G' is three days long and offers attendees an understanding of the operation of Nu-way gas burners and an introduction to dual fuel burners and controls.

Each course includes theory and practical sessions on commissioning, inspection and maintenance, fault finding, dismantling and reassembly. Safe and efficient burner operation for energy conservation and reliable usage are also featured.

Course 'O' covers training on pressure jet oil burners and is also three days in length being made up of lectures and practical sessions concerning types of oil, the combustion process, burner types and selection, commissioning and fault finding.

'Our training courses offer an excellent background for working with gas or oil burners from both the theoretical and practical perspective and those who are involved with burners as part of their day to day roles will find the training invaluable', said Suzanne Day, sales and marketing director for the Nu-way division.

All attendees are provided with course notes on completion of each course. Bespoke training can also be designed and provided, depending on the customer's individual needs.

To book a place on a Nu-way course contact JeanCope on 01905 794331.
2 February 2010

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