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  HCC's Boiler Course  
  For Building Support Personnel  
 

 

 
 

 

HCC’s boiler course covers all aspects of heating systems, and building science, including comprehensive information on: burners, boilers, controls, distribution systems, domestic hot water, energy conservation and more. In addition to classroom lectures, extensive reference materials are distributed to students and a field visit to a boiler room is scheduled. HCC’s boiler course is particularly oriented toward small multiple dwelling buildings common to New York City.

The instructor for the course, Jeffrey Eichenwald, is a noted teacher and heating consultant in the New York metropolitan area. With over 20 years experience in the construction and heating industry, he has taught for many organizations including; Housing Conservation Coordinators, Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB), The Enterprise Foundation, NYS Weatherization Program, and Pronto Gas Heating Supply Company.

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