Fernox is hosting a series of one-day training courses to educate people on the benefits and regulatory requirements of water treatment for heating systems.
The sessions will allow delegates to gain practical experience by installing filtration devices and powerflushing systems.
They will also be taught how to use on-site water test kits to test the quality of water and how to dose a system with Fernox Protector F1 and other inhibitors.
Fernox is also offering a complimentary Fernox MaxMag to those who attend its classroom-based training course.
Fernox has also devised a series of e-learning modules to enable installers to expand on their knowledge.
The modules – entitled Powerflushing; Testing Water Quality; Water Treatment in Renewable Technologies; and the Fundamentals of Water Treatment – contain a subject overview with both audio and visual instructions.
Pre and post-assessments have also been included in the modules.
Find out more about Fernox’s water treatment training courses
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