Furnaces: Startup and Shutdown

4.2 6 Reviews SKU: AOFSS00CENDuration: 120 Minutes

This course is designed to familiarize participants with basic procedures for starting up and shutting down a furnace. After completing this course, participants should be able to describe basic procedures for preparing a furnace for startup, establishing the flow of process fluid, and lighting the burners. They should also be able to describe general considerations and basic procedures associated with planned furnace shutdowns and unplanned, or emergency, furnace shutdowns.

Course Details

Specs

Training Time: 120 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • Describe the major operator responsibilities involved in preparing a furnace for startup.
  • Explain how and why a furnace is purged.
  • Describe how to establish the flow of process fluid in a furnace.
  • Describe how to light gas burners, oil burners, and combination burners.
  • Describe a typical startup procedure for natural draft and balanced draft furnaces.
  • Describe a typical planned shutdown procedure.
  • Identify furnace conditions that may require an emergency, or unplanned, shutdown.
  • Identify typical emergency shutdown systems and equipment.

Customer Reviews

8/29/2019

Awesome!

“Awesome!”

Andrew S. Verified Customer

7/31/2019

Super

“Super.”

Albert L. Verified Customer

7/30/2019

There are still some questions regarding oil fueled furnaces, but I don't think we have anymore on

“There are still some questions regarding oil fueled furnaces, but I don't think we have anymore on site. Those questions should be changed to something more relevant to those taking the test in the future.”

Josue B. Verified Customer

3/8/2019

Average

This customer provided only a star rating and no written review.

JONATHAN T. Verified Customer

2/10/2019

good material

“Good material.”

Jorge O. Verified Customer

11/9/2018

It was how the old furnaces worked and how much was manual operation

“It was how the old furnaces worked and how much it was manual operation.”

Dean W. Verified Customer

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