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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.

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

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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