Worcester launches water treatment course

Published:  29 January, 2018

Worcester Bosch has partnered with Fernox and Sentinel to create a new water treatment training course.

The course demonstrates BS 7593:2006 requirements through a mixture of theoretical and practical exercises. The aspects of water treatment covered include: the causes of common problems, choosing the right products, power-flushing techniques, total dissolved solids (TDS) meters, and system water testing.

Courses last a full day and are held at Worcester Bosch’s training facility in Worcester. Installers can also attend courses in Wakefield or West Thurrock.

Nick Fothergill, Worcester’s National Training Manager, said: “Our training course gives installers all of the tools and knowledge they need to effectively and efficiently clean central heating systems.

“We cover everything, from choosing the right cleaning chemicals, to testing the system post-installation. In this way, installers can feel confident that they are working in compliance with the latest British Standards at all times.”

Courses cost £25 per person and are available to book via the Worcester Bosch website. For more information, or to browse the courses currently available, visit: www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/professional/training.