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January 2018 Meeting - Condensing Boiler Combustion Technologies (1 PDH)

  • January 10, 2018
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • 246 W Willow St, Syracuse, NY 13202


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Date: January 10, 2018

Time: Happy Hour/Dinner: 5:30-7 PM

Main Program: 7-8 PM

Presenter: Fulton Boiler

Location: Dinosaur BBQ Syracuse, NY 

(Attendees can park free at the parking lot on the west side of North Franklin St, tell the attendant you are attending the ASHRAE meeting on the 2nd Floor of the Dinosaur BBQ.)

Program: Condensing Boiler Combustion Technologies

Course Description:



Condensing Boiler Combustion Technologies explores the fundamentals of combustion, excess air, and NOx emissions and the types of burner styles utilized. The presentation compares and contrasts the different combustion control platforms available on the market, the unique benefits of each, and why precision combustion control results in lower emissions, reliable ignition, higher combustion efficiency, and greater condensing potential.



To show that there are significant differences in combustion controls relative to operation, efficiency, and field performance living up to empirical lab observations.

PDH Credit: 1.0


- $30 - General Registration

- $25 - Life Members

- FREE - Full-time Students (graduate/undergraduate), First-time YEA (attendees under 35), All-Access Members 

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