Cleaver-Brooks Webinars

About Our Webinars:

Webinars are part of our ongoing commitment to provide educational opportunities for boiler operators, facility managers, engineers and other industry professionals. The webinars share best practices from the field and provide technology-based solutions to real-world challenges.

There is no charge for the webinars, and participation may qualify for a continuing education credit.

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Cleaver-Brooks NOMAN Softner

November 20, 2019

How to Protect Boiler System Efficiency and Integrity with Water Treatment

During this webinar, attendees will learn the importance of water conditioning, methods of mechanical and chemical treatment, consequences of improper water chemistry, as well as the benefits and best practices of steam and hydronic system water treatment:

  • Protecting equipment from scale and corrosion.
  • Extending equipment life
  • Maximizing efficiency
  • Tips for maintaining water chemistry
Design Trends in Cogeneration

October, 30, 2019

Design Trends in Cogeneration

This webinar will explore different methods of designing a combined heat and power system that can be used to offset a plant’s existing utility costs. Using real life examples and case studies, this webinar will dig into the why’s and how’s of cogeneration.

Ultra-High Turndown Is Bad For Hydronic Condensing Boilers
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September 25, 2019

Why Ultra-High Turndown Is Bad For Hydronic Condensing Boilers

For optimized system efficiency, matching boiler and pump turndown is critical to maintain the delta T and maximize efficiency. In this intermediate webinar, attendees will learn more about boiler combustion basics, burner excess air and the effect on condensing boiler efficiency and how to maintain design delta T to maximize system efficiency.