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Powrmatic Product Training A Success For Heating Installers

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09 August 2016

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Over 70 heating engineers from more than 40 contracting companies in the UK and Ireland have recently attended the Powrmatic product training courses at Powrmatic’s Training Centre in Ilminster, Somerset.

The one-day courses provided a balance between theory and practice, with a significant amount of time devoted to hands-on, practical aspects such as operating, testing and commissioning Powrmatic CPx and NVx warm air heaters.

Other areas of the Powrmatic product training course included:

  • MC200 controller wiring and setting
  • Pactrol operation and testing
  • Flue installation
  • Duct Resistance
  • Destratification
  • Comissioning
  • Powrmatic Heat Loss app overview
  • Q&A

Engineers also had the opportunity to explore the manufacturing facility and see the new Unison Breeze 50mm Dual Stack CNC Tube Bender, and the impressive Powrmatic Salvagnini P4Xe in action.




“Training is one of the most important services we offer to our valued heating installers as it helps them in their work and in adding value for their customers. The courses are therefore structured to provide both the theoretical and practical skills they require.”

Chris Lamprill - Powrmatic Technical Support

Powrmatic Product Training

Powrmatic Product Training

Powrmatic Product Training

Powrmatic Product Training

“The training course provided by Powrmatic is superb. It furthers our current knowledge of the units and brings us up to date with the latest product development. Its great to see Powrmatic helping their customers in such an informative and hands on way.”

Mick Etherington - Air Plant Heating

Each installer received a certificate of attendance for the 2016 course and a free T-shirt. Here are just a few images of our installers:






Once again, the feedback from attendees has been very positive and we look forward to running another training programme in the near future.If you want to know about when our next product training course will take place sign up to our newsletter below:

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