Training – Combustion and Controls
Industrial Thermal Systems (ITS) for expert industrial and commercial energy systems design, engineering, preventative maintenance, repair, upgrades, retrofitting, training, calibration, and performance optimization.
ITS will develop a training agenda to meet your specific requirements, covering your processes, your components, and the requirements of your personnel. The areas covered will include:
- Combustion theory
- Safety, including explosion hazards and carbon monoxide
- Ignition procedures and the need for purging
- Air/fuel ratio control and its effects on efficiency, reliability and emissions
- Function of control and safety devices
- Operation of control instrumentation
- Fault finding / Troubleshooting
- Preventative maintenance benefits
Half-day, full-day or multi-day trainings available to suit your individual operational requirements. Trainings can be conducted in the ITS training facility at Virginia Avenue, Cincinnati, or at your facility. Separate sessions can be presented for different trades, focusing on relevant aspects.
Combustion/Control Training clients include:
- Sony Electronics, San Diego, CA
- B.P. Chemicals – KY & AR
- National Steel, Detroit, MI
- American Axle, Detroit, MI
- Detroit Forge, Detroit, MI
- U.S. Steel, Detroit, MI
- Ohio Valley Aluminum Co., Shelbyville, KY
- BPB Celotex, Carrollton, KY
- P & G, Sharonwoods, Winton Hill, Downtown – Cinti. OH
- Toyota Motor Manufacturing – KY+IN+TX+BDI+NA+TEMA
- Honeywell – Fram – OH
- AAP St. Mary Corp. -OH
- Vista Metals Corp., Fontana, CA
- Panolam Industries, TN
- CMC-CLA, KY
- Calgon Carbon, KY
- Quantum Metals, OH
- JM Smuckers
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For expert commercial and industrial thermal service, contact Industrial Thermal Systems, the Energy Specialists. Located in Cincinnati, Ohio, ITS serves Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, Michigan, Western Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.