Solid Fuel Installer Course. With every rising energy costs, more and more people are considering installing log burning stoves to try and reduce fuel costs as well as adding an attractive focal point to their room.
To offer a fire, stove or boiler to your customer you need to be qualified and registered with one of the competent persons schemes from APHC, Benchmark, BESCA, Certsure, HETAS, NAPIT, OFTEC or Stroma
This training course will enable candidates to install any of the common types of ‘dry’ and ‘wet’ solid mineral and wood fuel burning equipment including log‐burning or multifuel stoves in accordance with building regulations, manufacturer’s instructions and industry standards. It also covers the requirements for chimneys, flues and combustion air ventilation.
• Introduction to solid fuel and wood heating
• Solid fuel wood heating
• Combustion, appliance types and fuel types
• Legislation, regulations and standards
• Flues and chimneys classification
• Flues and chimneys ventilation
• Appliance installation requirements
• Appliance maintenance requirements
• Basic chimney faults
• Unsafe situations
3 Days including theory, practical and assessment.
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Designed for heating or plumbing professionals, building trades, chimney sweeps, etc.
Recommended pre- qualifications (for wet stoves only)
•G3 certificate in Unvented Hot Water Systems
•WRAS Water regulations
(both are available ask for details)