ERS Commercial ACS Gas Assessment

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ERS Commercial ACS Gas Assessment

Course Overview: 

ERS Non Domestic ACS Gas Assessment is aimed at experienced Domestic Gas Engineers looking to work with natural gas in a non-domestic environment. This course is a changeover course from Domestic ACS. It is targeting those that wish to up-skill from Domestic Gas to Commercial for the first time.
 
 

Entry Requirements: 

Operatives must provide a current CCN1 Domestic certificate

Course Delivery: 

The course includes 2 days training covering the following commercial ACS topics::

  • Installation requirements for commercial gas pipework
  • Commercial chimney requirements and Clean Air Act
  • Ventilation requirements for commercial appliances in different locations
  • Combustion analysis including NOx and SOx
  • Operation of forced draught burners
  • Commercial appliance and pipework controls
  • Strength testing, tightness testing and purging of commercial gas pipework

 

Progression Opportunities: 

Non domestic gas appliance combinations, such as:
 
·         Commercial Catering
·         IGEUP1, IGEUP1A – Tightness testing for non domestic installations.
·         Conversion to Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) by undertaking a CoNGLP qualification.
 

Additional Information: 

 
Additional Information
·         The fee includes course registration, and certification.
·         Installment plans available on request. Terms & Conditions apply.
·         Package prices are available on request.
 

Contact: 

01792 284400


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