Chapters per page:
Form #: 630-108
Contents of this chapter are: gas burner control functions, development of modern combination gas control, modern gas control, valve operation, power supplies for gas heating control systems, troubleshooting gas heating systems, alternate power sources and CGC Glossary.
Form #: 630-129
This chapter covers: the advantages of panel heating, hydronic radiant panel systems (floor heating systems – slab-on-grade, thin slab, plate, above floor plate & below floor plate), and a system case study.
Form #: 630-131
This chapter consists solely of gas venting tables. These tables are from the American Gas Association (AGA), which co-publishes them with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). The tables are found in the AGA and NFPAs publication called the National Fuel Gas Code, part 11 Sizing of Category I Venting Systems. This version was originally published in 1996, ANSI Z223.1, NFPA 54.
Form #: 630-152
It is the intent of this chapter to highlight the basic procedures that can help the technician prevent costly or possibly even deadly mistakes. All systems must be vented in accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications and all local codes. The technician must read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for the equipment being installed.
Form #: 630-153
Information contained in this chapter is generic in nature. It may or may not illustrate a given manufacturer’s recommendations for a particular product. Always follow manufacturer’s instructions, specifications, and service/safety practices.
Form #: 630-28
This chapter contains four main headings: thermostat operation, blower operation, how to adjust system for comfort air circulation in a combination system, and how to balance the system.
Form #: 630-29
This chapter covers: human comfort needs, control of wall heat loss, hydronic baseboard heating, material and installation cost, governing organizations, and hydronic cooling, combination and split systems.
Form #: 630-30A
The primary objective of this chapter is to provide the refrigeration service engineer with a working knowledge of the oil fired heat source in “Total Comfort”: installation, service techniques and preventive maintenance procedures.
Form #: 630-31
This chapter is intended to provide the Installation and Service engineer with the background information necessary to supplement the working knowledge he gains on the job as a means to provide his clients with fast, efficiently installed and well maintained heating systems