Industrial Water Treatment Training for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers

Industrial Water Treatment Training for Technicians & Service Engineers

World-class industrial water treatment training courses delivered by experts.

This intensive one day industrial water treatment training course, WTS 0020 “Introduction to Industrial Water Treatment for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers” has been developed by the industrial and process water treatment experts at WTS.  This course is designed to for in-field water treatment technicians and water treatment service engineers with responsibility for the operation and management of commercial, industrial and process water treatment systems.

WTS 0020 provides an excellent introduction to aspects of commercial and industrial water treatment associated with the following systems:

  • Steam raising systems including industrial boilers and steam generating plant.
  • Cooling water systems including open recirculating and evaporative cooling systems.
  • Closed system heating and cooling water circuits.

Typical candidates will be in-field water treatment technicians and water treatment service engineers wishing to improve their technical skills, and extend the range of services they can offer associated with industrial water treatment covering steam boilers, cooling systems and closed system water circuits.

Inexperienced candidates will find this introductory course beneficial before progressing to our more specialist water and wastewater treatment training courses.

Industrial Water Treatment Training Course Content – WTS 0020

Our training module WTS 0020 “Introduction to Industrial Water Treatment for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers” covers the following essential subjects to ensure candidates develop the skills and practical knowledge required to fulfil their responsibilities with confidence:

  • Introduction

    General introduction to this industrial water treatment training course and our expert trainer.

  • Steam Raising Systems

    An overview of common steam raising systems, the challenges affecting such steam systems and good boiler water treatment practices including:

    • Introduction to boiler and steam generation systems.
    • Steam boiler system types.
    • Controlling corrosion in boilers.
    • Controlling and preventing scale in boilers.
    • Condensate systems and condensate corrosion.
    • Boiler blowdown.
    • Off-line and idle boiler protection.
    • Best practice treatment of boilers and BS2486.
    • Selection of chemical water treatments for effective boiler management.
  • Cooling Water Systems

    An overview of common cooling water systems, the challenges affecting such systems and good cooling water treatment practices including:

    • Introduction to water cooling systems.
    • The regulatory environmental and the control of Legionella bacteria.
    • Water characteristics and how to predict water quality including the Langelier Saturation Index (LSI) and Ryzner Stability Index (RSI).
    • Corrosion – factors influencing rates of corrosion and ways to control it.
    • Scale – factors influencing the formation of scale and ways to control it.
    • Suspended solids – problems, monitoring and prevention.
    • Bio-fouling and microbial growth – including biofilm and Legionella bacteria.
    • The regulatory environment and best practice.
    • Good practice chemical water treatment programmes for cooling systems – design and control.
  • Closed Systems - Heating & Chiller Systems

    An overview of closed systems and closed circuit water systems, the challenges affecting such systems and good closed system water treatment practices including:

    • Introduction to closed system heating and chiller systems.
    • Types of closed system circuits.
    • A review of the issues affecting new and existing closed systems.
    • Testing and interpretation of results.
    • Good practice chemical water treatment programmes for closed systems – design and control.
  • Examination

    Multiple choice examination covering the course content.

  • Discussion

    Discussion and feedback.

UK & International Training Solutions

Our main UK water treatment training centres are located in central London serving the South and South East England, Manchester (North West), Birmingham (Midlands), Bristol (South East England and Wales), Leeds (North and North East) and Glasgow (Scotland), and these are supported by satellite training centres in Belfast and Newcastle. We can also deliver all our training courses, including bespoke courses at client premises throughout the UK and internationally.

Contact Water Treatment Services today to learn how our professional water and wastewater treatment training solutions can help to up-skill your staff to ensure your water and wastewater treatment systems are managed effectively. To speak with one of our water treatment experts call us on 0330 223 31 31 or simply use the button below to get our full contact details or submit our contact form.

Who would Benefit from our Industrial Water Treatment Training?

Typical candidates benefiting from WTS 0020 will be in-field water treatment technicians and water treatment service engineers wishing to improve their technical skills, and extend the range of services they can offer associated with industrial water treatment covering steam generating plant, boilers, cooling water systems including cooling towers, and closed system water circuits.

Inexperienced candidates will find this introductory course beneficial before progressing to our more specialist water and wastewater treatment training courses.

Please note that this course is a specific pre-qualification requirement for some of our other more specialist training courses.

What will you Learn about Treating Industrial & Process Water on WTS 0020?

WTS 0020 will give candidates a good technical appreciation of:

  • Steam raising plant including industrial boilers and steam generators.
  • Cooling water systems including open recirculating and evaporative cooling systems.
  • Closed-circuit heating and cooling systems.

Candidates will gain an understanding of:

  • The problems associated with scaling, fouling and corrosion caused by oxygen and carbon dioxide in steam raising systems.
  • The skills to perform basic water analysis tests and learn how to interpret the results so as to effectively monitor, control and manage steam systems.
  • The problems associated with scale, corrosion, bio-fouling and suspended solids in cooling systems.
  • The issues associated with microbiological proliferation and fouling in cooling systems including the risks presented by Legionella bacteria.
  • The skills to perform basic water analysis tests and learn how to interpret the results so as to effectively monitor, control and manage cooling systems.
  • The problems associated with scale, corrosion, bio-fouling and suspended solids in closed-circuit systems.
  • The issues associated with microbiological proliferation and fouling in closed systems.
  • The skills to perform basic water analysis tests and learn how to interpret the results so as to effectively monitor, control and manage closed-circuit heating and cooling systems.

Pre-Qualification Requirements for WTS 0020

WTS 0020 “Introduction to Industrial Water Treatment for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers” is an intensive course designed for new and experienced in-field water treatment technicians and service engineers wishing to improve their technical skills and extend the range of services they can offer to customers.

Prior knowledge and practical experience of industrial water treatment issues associated with the management of steam boilers, cooling systems and closed-circuit systems is essential. We recommend a minimum of 6 months practical in-field experience before starting this course.

Water Treatment Training Certificate

On successful completion candidates will receive a certificate of attainment issued by Water Treatment Services for the course “Introduction to Industrial Water Treatment for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers” – WTS 0020.

This certificate should be retained as evidence of formal training in this subject.

How Long is the Course WTS 0020?

The duration of this course is one day. Training materials, lunch and refreshments are all included.

Where are the Training Courses Delivered?

Our main UK water treatment training centres are located in central London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and Glasgow, and these are supported by satellite training centres in Belfast and Newcastle.

We can also deliver our training courses exclusively at client premises, and further afield for clients based outside the UK.

Industrial Water Treatment Training Delivered by Experts

Water Treatment Services offer a full range of specialist industrial water treatment courses designed to support candidates and organisations with responsibility for the operation and management of commercial, industrial and process water and waste water treatment systems.

Delivered by experienced water treatment experts, our courses help candidates develop the skills and practical knowledge required to fulfil their responsibilities with confidence.

If you are interested in this or any of our other industrial water treatment training courses and would like to receive further details, including dates and venues please contact us.

Contact us now for more information about WTS 0020 or for your FREE, no obligation quote.

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Industrial Water Treatment Training for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers
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Industrial Water Treatment Training for In-Field Technicians & Service Engineers
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One day industrial water treatment training course for in-field technicians & service engineers. This training course covers boilers, cooling & closed system water treatment.