An introduction to Condensing Oil boilers, Woodpellet boilers and Air to Water Heatpump

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Organisation profile

Grant is Ireland’s leading manufacturer of heating technologies and has been providing efficient and reliable heating solutions for over 40 years. The company operates the forefront of the plumbing and heating industry with its forward-thinking approach, innovative designs, and award-winning heating products. Products include the HVO biofuel compatible Grant Vortex condensing boilers, Grant Aerona³ R32 air to water air source heat pumps, Grant Uflex underfloor heating, Grant pre-plumbed cylinders, and Grant Afinia radiators.

Training aim

To gain knowledge on what condensing oil boilers, wood pellet boilers and air to water air source heat pumps are and why you would choose to fit these products in a property. This course will also investigate correct sizing and installation of the products to meet Part L building regulations in the Republic of Ireland.

Learning objectives

The primary learning objectives of the course are to raise awareness of design requirements for the incorporation of condensing oil boilers, wood pellet boilers or air to water heat pumps. This will include sizing of heating products and flueing options and choosing the correct heating appliance and technologies to suit but the building and the homeowner.

Course outline

Introduction to products, how condensing works, efficiencies, flueing options, siting, sizing, heating design, building regs, part L compliance. Q+A

Trainer's profile

With over 30 years combined experience in the heating industry with experience in plumbing and heating, manufacturing and design of heating products and systems, Barry Gorman – National Renewables Sales Manager and Keith Scully - Technical Sales Representative and Head of Training at Grant will lead this training course. 

Course duration

1 hour to 3 hours

Assessment & certification

Training certificates will be presented to all attendees on completion of the course.

Who should attend

Building Energy Engineers, Specifiers, Architects