Stove/Oven Maintenance and Service Procedures to Reduce CO

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Stove/Oven Maintenance and Service Procedures to Reduce CO

Time: April 18, 2013 at 6pm to July 18, 2013 at 7pm
Location: NY State
Website or Map: http://www.nyswda.org
Phone: 315 701 -0440
Event Type: regionaslly, throughout, the, state, of, ny, over, next, three, months., go, to, nyswda.org, for, more, information.
Organized By: Matthew Redmond
Latest Activity: Apr 18, 2013

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This 4 hour course will introduce weatherization and building home performance professionals to the operation, maintenance, and service of Natural and LP gas stoves and ovens.  The combustion process will be presented so the professional will understand how CO is produced, and what might be done to reduce CO.  Common industry standards associated with CO will be presented.  Hands on props will be on hand so that attendees can perform common servicing procedures presented in the course and become familiar with the tools used. This training is capped at 8 attendees, so please enroll early.

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