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This webinar has been developed for the facility engineer, supervisor or boiler operator who wants to understand the basics of boiler water chemistry without getting into all of the technical details. It will begin with a basic review of chemical dosing systems and the possible problems with chemical dosing pumps for steam systems and how to solve them. 

The webinar focused on hot-water systems and the idiosyncrasies connected with them, including gylcol applications. Chemically treating steam and hot water systems will be covered in easy-to-understand terms. By attending the webinar, attendees will gain knowledge about treating boilers and related systems from the perspective of due diligence. To view the recorded session, click here. 



About Our Webinars:

Cleaver-Brooks produces webinars that highlight best practices from the field and provide technology-based solutions to real-world challenges. The goal of the webinars is to provide practical guidance that helps increase the efficiency of boiler systems worldwide.  

The webinars are geared to boiler operators, facility managers and engineers. Webinar participation qualifies as one Professional Development Hour (PDH) at the discretion of your local governing agency. A certificate of completion is available, upon request, for a record of attendance.

Webinars are typically offered the last Wednesday of each month at 2 p.m. EST. An industry expert delivers a 40-minute presentation followed by a 20-minute Q&A session. Archived webinars along with the Q&A are available on demand. 

The webinars are conducted via WebEx and are free to participants. To register for the upcoming webinar, click here.

Have an idea for a webinar or want to schedule a live presentation at your facility based on one of our webinar topics? Email us at webinars@cleaverbrooks.com.

Interested in more in-depth training opportunities? Click here.


Questions and comments can be submitted in advance to webinars@cleaverbrooks.com    

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