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BELOW IS OUR OPEN ENROLLMENT CLASS SCHEDULE WHICH IS UPDATED ON A QUARTERLY BASIS.
PLEASE CHECK BACK PERIODICALLY FOR TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES THAT FIT YOUR NEEDS!

TO ENSURE YOU GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR TRAINING AND THAT THE CLASS YOU ATTEND MEET YOUR NEEDS, WE HAVE PROVIDED CLASS DESCRIPTIONS ALONG
WITH MODULE LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR EACH CLASS. PLEASE REVIEW ALL PRIOR TO REGISTRATION!

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UPCOMING OPEN ENROLLMENT CLASS SCHEDULE
WARWICK, RI

*Closed/Private Trainings will only be listed on the registration form*

ACADEMY LOCATION; 45 ACCESS ROAD, WARWICK, RI, 02886

Level: Intermediate 201A (prior experience with boiler installations or service required)

Length: 1 day 
arrival time: 8:15am 
departure time: 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are beginning to or have been working with the Vitodens 100 B1HA/B1KA. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation (mounting, piping, venting, gas supply, wiring, programming) and boiler startup. There will be hands on portions for control programming and startup. Prior experience with condensing boiler installations or service is required.

Level:  Entry 101 (no prior experience with Viessmann Boilers Required)

Length: 2 days –
arrival time each day: 8:15am 
departure time each day: 4:15pm 

Class Description: 
This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are interested in learning about the Vitodens 200 B2HA/B2HB boiler in a Multi Boiler Application, the Vitocrossal 20 CM2 & Vitcrossal 300 CA3. This class will cover a limited overview of all aspects of installation (mounting, piping, venting, gas supply, Lambda Pro (for 200 Cascade System), wiring, programming, startup Wizard) and basic service requirements. There will be lab demonstration portions for control programming and boiler service. No prior experience with Viessmann boilers is required.

Level: Intermediate 201A (prior experience with boiler installations or service required)

Length: 1 day | 8:30am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are beginning to or have been working with the Vitodens 200 B2HA/B2HB. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation (mounting, piping, venting, gas supply, Lambda Pro, wiring, startup programming and wizard) and boiler startup. There will be hands on portions for control programming and startup. Prior experience with condensing boiler installations or service is required.

Level: Intermediate 201A (prior experience with boiler installations or service required)

Length: 1 day | 8:30am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are beginning to or have been working with the Vitocrossal 300 CU3A. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation (locating, venting, piping, gas supply, Lambda Pro, wiring, startup programming and wizard) and boiler startup. There will be hands on portions for control programming and startup. Prior experience with condensing boiler installations or service is required.

Level: Intermediate 201A (prior experience with boiler installations or service required)

Length: 1 day | 8:30am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are beginning to or have been working with the Vitodens 100 B1HA/B1KA. This class will cover detailed information of annual service and maintenance requirements, control review, and basic troubleshooting solutions. There will be hands on portions for boiler service, controls, and basic troubleshooting. Prior experience with condensing boiler installations or service is required.

Level: Intermediate 201B (prior experience with boiler installations or service required)

Length: 1 day | 8:30am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for licensed contractors or service technicians that are beginning to or have been working with the Vitocrossal 300 CU3A. This class will cover detailed information of annual service and maintenance requirements, control review, and basic troubleshooting solutions. There will be hands on portions for boiler service, control navigation, and basic troubleshootig. Prior experience with condensing boiler installations or service is required.

UPCOMING OPEN ENROLLMENT CLASS SCHEDULE
SILICON VALLEY, CA

*Closed/Private Trainings will only be listed on the registration form*

 

ACADEMY LOCATION: 1465 N. MILPITAS BLVD, MILPITAS, CA, 95035

Length: 8:45 am – 4:15 pm

Class Description: This class is for wholesalers, or licensed contractors/technicians that are looking to learn about the Vitocrossal 200 CM2 or Vitocrossal 300 CA3B Commercial Boilers. 

Topics Covered:

  • Vitocrossal 200 CM2: Product Overview – incl. Application & Installation (venting, gas, wiring & piping
  • Vitocrossal 300 CA3: Product Overview – incl. Application & Installation (venting, gas, wiring & piping
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Length: each day – 8:45am – 4:15pm 

Class Description: This class is for license contractors or technicians that are beginning to or have been working on the Vitodens 200 B2HA/HB or Vitocrossal 300 CU3A Viessmann boilers. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation and programming.

Length: 8:45am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for license contractors or technicians that are beginning to or have been working the Vitodens 100 B1HA/B1KA. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation and basic programming.

 

Modules & Associated Learning Objectives:

  • Introduction to Viessmann (15 minutes)
    • Brief review of Viessmann and products offered
  • Features & Benefits
    • Explain the features & benefits of the B1HA & B1KA
    • Describe the qualities of the INox Radial Heat Exchanger and why it sets Viessmann boilers apart from the rest
    • Identify the difference between a B1HA & B1KA and what helps determine when each model should be used
  • Boiler Mounting & Piping
    • List the benefits of the 4 pipe connection design
    • Describe the near boiler hydronic piping for the HA and KA models, including pipe size and primary / secondary piping
    • Describe the benefits of a low loss header
    • State how the B1KA is piped for DHW and proper use of a thermostatic mixing valve
    • Explain why a condensate neutralizer is needed and how it is piped
  • Venting
    • Identify the 4 venting options
    • Explain how equivalent lengths are calculated for venting
    • Explain the difference between equivalent vent length and combined equivalent vent length and when each is used.
    • Describe a possible cause of cross contamination in Coaxial Venting and Two Pipe Venting
    • Describe two vent installation tips to avoid potential problems
  • Gas Supply & Burner
    • List the gas pressure requirement ranges  for NG & LPG
    • Explain the conversion procedure from NG to LPG
    • List the main components of the Viessmann Burner Assembly
    • List the two tools required to check combustion
    • Explain the procedure to perform an Emissions Test and the acceptable results
  • Wiring
    • Explain the wiring requirements for the Vitodens 100 B1HA & B1KA
    • Describe the two methods of controlling an indirect water heater
    • Compare the difference of using outdoor sensor or setpoint temperature
    • Explain how to wire the low water cut off, if required
  • Control Interface & Basic Programming
    • Identify the control buttons and their functions
    • Identify the display symbols and what they indicate
    • Identify the five most common coding configuration adjustments
    • Describe the process of selecting the proper heating curve
  • Vitodens 100 with a Vitocell Indirect Tank
    • List the two styles of tanks offered
    • Describe the DHW sensor options
    • Describe the typical tank to boiler connections and recommended pipe size
  • Hands On Training:
    • Control Programming Exercises: Coding Functions for Start Up
    • Includes (but not limited to): Setting a Heating Curve and Service Functions

Length: 8:45am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for license contractors or technicians that are beginning to or have been working the Vitodens 200 B2HA/B2HB. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation and basic programming. 

 

Modules & Associated Learning Objectives:

  • Features & Benefits
    • Explain the features and benefits of the Vitodens 200 and how it can provide consistent DHW
    • Describe the qualities of the INox Radial Heat Exchanger and why it sets Viessmann apart from the rest
    • Identify the various applications for the Vitodens 200
  • Boiler Mounting & Piping
    • Explain the need for primary/secondary piping
    • Explain the effects of piping the DHW on the system side or the boiler side
    • Describe the function of the boiler flow switch(s)
    • Explain the requirements for a condensate neutralizer and how it is piped
  • Venting
    • Identify the 4 venting options
    • Explain how equivalent lengths are calculated for venting
    • Explain the difference between equivalent and combined equivalent vent length and when each is used.
    • Describe two vent installation tips to avoid potential problems (including cross contamination)
  • Gas Supply & Burner
    • List the gas pressure requirement ranges for NG and LPG and the conversion procedure
    • List the main components of the Viessmann Burner Assembly
    • State the two tools required to check combustion
    • Explain the procedure to perform an Emissions Test and the acceptable results
    • Explain the benefits of Lambda Pro and how it works
  • Wiring
    • List and identify the line voltage connections including optional pump outputs
    • List and identify the low voltage connections
    • Explain the wiring connections when using a Zone Circuit or External Demand function
    • Explain one method to wire the low water cut off, if required
  • Control Interface & Basic Programming (Includes Exercises on H01B Simulators)
    • Identify the control buttons and their functions
    • Identify the display symbols and what they indicate
    • Describe the process of selecting the proper heating curve and how to adjust them  for different emitters
    • Explain when a Viessmann Motorized Mixing valve should be used and through which circuits
    • Describe the benefits of the Start Up Wizard
  • Accessories
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit boiler piping
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit system control
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit the homeowners lifestyle
  • Vitodens 200 with Indirect Tanks
    • List the various styles of tanks offered
    • Describe the DHW sensor options and coding requirements
    • Describe the typical piping arrangements for a single DHW tank
    • Explain the two methods for piping multiple DHW tanks
  • Hands On Training
    • Vitodens 200 B2HA/B2HB – Coding Functions for Start Up
      • Includes (but not limited to): Setting a Heating Curve and Service Functions

Length:  8:45am – 4:15pm

Class Description: This class is for license contractors or technicians that are beginning to or have been working the Vitocrossal 300 CU3A. This class will cover detailed information of all aspects of installation and basic programming.

 

Modules & Associated Learning Objectives:

  • Introduction to Viessmann 
    • Brief review of Viessmann and products offered
  • Features & Benefits
    • Explain the features and benefits of the Vitocrossal 300 CU3A and how it can provide consistent DHW
    • Describe the qualities of the INox Crossal Heat Exchanger and why it sets Viessmann apart from the rest
    • Identify the ideal applications for the Vitocrossal 300 CU3A
  • Boiler Mounting & Piping
    • Explain the benefits of high mass direct correct piping
    • Identify the fitting connections and piping options
    • Describe the function of the safety header
    • Explain the requirements for a condensate neutralizer and how it is piped
  • Venting
    • Identify the 4 venting options
    • Explain how equivalent lengths are calculated for venting
    • Explain the difference between equivalent and combined equivalent vent length and when each is used.
    • Describe two vent installation tips to avoid potential problems (including cross contamination)
  • Gas Supply & Burner
    • List the gas pressure requirement ranges for NG and LPG and the conversion procedure
    • List the main components of the Viessmann Burner Assembly
    • State the two tools required to check combustion
    • Explain the procedure to perform an Emissions Test and the acceptable results
    • Explain the benefits of Lambda Pro and how it works
  • Wiring
    • List and identify the line voltage connections including optional pump outputs
    • List and identify the low voltage connections
    • Explain the wiring connections when using a Zone Circuit or External Demand function
    • Explain how to wire the low water cut off, if required
  • Control Interface & Basic Programming 
    • Identify the control buttons and their functions
    • Identify the display symbols and what they indicate
    • Describe the process of selecting the proper heating curve and how to adjust them  for different emitters
    • Explain when a Viessmann Motorized Mixing valve should be used and through which circuits
    • Describe the benefits of the Start Up Wizard
  • Accessories
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit boiler piping
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit system control
    • Identify and explain the accessory that could benefit the homeowners lifestyle
  • Vitocrossal 300 CU3A with Indirect Tanks
    • List the various styles of tanks offered
    • Describe the DHW sensor options and coding requirements
    • Describe the typical piping arrangements for a single DHW tank
    • Explain the two methods for piping multiple DHW tanks
  • Hands on Training:
    • Control Programming Exercises: Coding Functions for Start Up
      • Includes (but not limited to): Setting a Heating Curve and Service Functions

UPCOMING WEBINAR SCHEDULE

Once registered – you will receive a calendar invite for the webinar(s) you have chosen. 
The link to join will be in the description of the calendar event

1 PDH CREDIT AVAILABLE TO THOSE THAT ATTEND LIVE

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: This presentation will explore the combustion process and how it affects condensing boiler performance. The following focus topics will be discussed: The combustion process and how it varies with a change in the fuel, the role of excess air and how it affects boiler efficiency, how combustion is analyzed and what the readings mean, and the relationship between excess air and flue gas dew point. We will also discuss Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), how it is formed, why are concerned and how do we minimize it.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe the process of combustion to include the effects of using the various fuels: Natural Gas, Propane, Oil
  2. Explain excess air as related to the combustion process, including its effect on sensible heat loss.
  3. Describe the relationship between excess air, CO2 level, O2 level and Lambda.
  4. Explain the relationship between excess air and dew point.
  5. Describe under what conditions NOx is formed and how it can be controlled.

1 PDH CREDIT AVAILABLE FOR THOSE THAT ATTEND LIVE

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: Upon completion of this session, the attendees will be able to: describe the affect of return water temperature on Condensing Boiler Performance; Explain how Outdoor Reset Control aids in maximizing condensing boiler performance; Discuss the role differential temperatures play in efficiency; Describe how the various piping arrangements and component selection affect system performance; Describe the role boiler/system turn down plays in efficiency.

1 PDH CREDIT AVAILABLE TO THOSE THAT ATTEND LIVE

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: This presentation will explore the theory behind gas fired condensing boilers. The following focus topics will be discussed: Heat make-up of nature gas combustion and how it relates to condensing boilers, natural gas – air mixture for the most efficient combustion, latent heat recovery as a product of combustion gas condensation, burner requirements including excess air control to increase boiler operation efficiency, and the relationship between return water temperature and condensing boiler efficiency. In addition, we will elaborate on condensing boilers heat exchanger materials and design requirements.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Explain the theory behind high efficiency operation and application of condensing boilers.
  2. Describe the effects of excess air for combustion and efficiency aspects.
  3. Explain the water temperature effect on condensing together with operation control strategy.
  4. Explain the condensing boilers’ heat exchanger construction and importance of material selection.

1 PDH CREDIT AVAILABLE TO THOSE THAT ATTEND LIVE

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: This presentation will explore the combustion process and how it affects condensing boiler performance. The following focus topics will be discussed: The combustion process and how it varies with a change in the fuel, the role of excess air and how it affects boiler efficiency, how combustion is analyzed and what the readings mean, and the relationship between excess air and flue gas dew point. We will also discuss Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), how it is formed, why are concerned and how do we minimize it.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Describe the process of combustion to include the effects of using the various fuels: Natural Gas, Propane, Oil
  2. Explain excess air as related to the combustion process, including its effect on sensible heat loss.
  3. Describe the relationship between excess air, CO2 level, O2 level and Lambda.
  4. Explain the relationship between excess air and dew point.
  5. Describe under what conditions NOx is formed and how it can be controlled.

1 PDH CREDIT AVAILABLE FOR THOSE THAT ATTEND LIVE

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE: Upon completion of this session, the attendees will be able to: describe the affect of return water temperature on Condensing Boiler Performance; Explain how Outdoor Reset Control aids in maximizing condensing boiler performance; Discuss the role differential temperatures play in efficiency; Describe how the various piping arrangements and component selection affect system performance; Describe the role boiler/system turn down plays in efficiency.

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