Cleaver-Brooks Boiler Systems
Level 1

May 9-10
San Diego, CA

May 9-10, 2017
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Both Days

Courtyard by Marriott San Diego Central
8651 Spectrum Center Blvd
San Diego, CA 92123
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Registration Fee
$625 - Includes continental breakfast and lunch both days and training materials


Workshop Overview
The overall objective of this course is to make the attendee more knowledgeable about what a boiler is, how it operates, and what ancillary equipment is required to support its operation. Additionally, the program stresses safety and the proper operating practices required to maximize efficient, safe, and reliable service of the equipment.

Who should attend?
This seminar is designed for Boiler Operators, Maintenance Personnel and front line Supervisory Personnel.

The overall objective of this seminar is to build upon prior knowledge while emphasizing energy conservation, emissions, system reliability and safety. This includes a more in depth understanding of boilers and how they can be successfully applied to all processes as well as how energy can be saved through retrofitable options and controls. The program extends out into the plant to include key components of steam distribution and condensate returns; focusing on optimizing efficiency and safety.


• Thermodynamics and heat transfer: understanding what is really going on inside the unit
• Proper Maintenance Recommendations
• Burning various fuels; the what and how
• Flame Safeguard - Sequence of operation, including insights into troubleshooting
• Reading and understanding a boiler schematic wiring diagram
• Low Water Cut-off, avoiding incidents? the why and how
• Ancillary Equipment such as Deareators and Dealkalizers; their rolein Energy Savings & Reliability Improvement

• Steam Traps
• Steam system load demand impact on the vessel and carryover
• Total system efficiency: where the losses can occur
• Boiler Room Equipment
• Combustion and Burners
• Overview of the most common boiler designs and their unique differences