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OFTEC - Servicing and Commissioning of Oil and Bio-Liquid Fuelled Multi-Stage Pressure-Jet Burner Fired Commercial Combustion Appliances.

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Code: OFT10-201
Expiry: 5 years. Candidates can undertake the re-assessment of any element up to 6 months early without losing any time (MOT Style). Previous certificates must be produced at the time of assessment as evidence.
Background:

This OFTEC assessment is designed to test the competence of an operative in the commissioning and servicing of commercial non-modulating multi-stage oil and bio-liquid fuelled pressure-jet burners connected to space and/or water heaters

Assessment overview:

The candidate will be assessed in the following areas:-

  • Oil Characteristics, properties and contamination
  • Oil Storage, supply systems and availability
  • Commercial Appliances (Hot Water and Warm Air)
  • Burner Types and components (inc. Blue Flame and Multi Stage)
  • Atomising Nozzles (inc. sizing of multiple burners)
  • Inspection, Maintenance, Servicing and Commissioning
  • Appliance Safety Controls (inc. checking)
  • General Approach to Fault Finding
  • Principles of Combustion
  • Excess Combustion Air
  • Incomplete Combustion & Combustion Analysis
  • Combustion Fault Checks
  • Air Supply, Flues and Chimneys
  • Electrical Safety
Pre-requisites:

For the initial assessment candidates must meet the entry requirements as laid out by Oftec for Category 1, 2, and 3 entrants.

For re-assessment candidates must have held the element previously - if this has expired within 12 months of the assessment date the initial assessment must be undertaken.

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