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Will you help me be a champion?

Alan R. Mercurio_3Alan R. Mercurio_3 Posts: 1,614Member
<b>First lets look at what's in it for you, Because that's important to me</b>

The Boot Camp will cover:

Troubleshooting:

Primary controls & cad cells
Transformers and ignitors
Fuel pumps, pressure, vacuum & sizing
Combustion proper draft and excess air Co2, O2 & CO Everything you should know!
Aquastats, thermostats & Zone valves
Low water cut-off both float & probe type

We will be Highlighting Beckett's NX , NX - LE and the AF ll burners
Properly adjusting the Z Dimension with the L-1 & V-1 Head from the M-Series Tube

The program will feature the following new components:
* New Beckett PSC Motors
* New Beckett Electronic Igniters
* New Beckett Controls Including the heat Manager
* New Beckett CleanCut Pump

You'll even have the opportunity to test your skills on the new Honeywell Diagnostic Simulators. Bring your own meters if you wish. And don't worry we'll have plenty of meters on hand if you forget to bring yours.

ALL ATTENDEES AT The SEMINAR Will RECEIVE:
Beckett Training Manuals
Carry The Torch text book
The new Beckett Z-Gauge, Coupler Popper and a whole lot more!

<b>Ok now here’s a little bit about Oil Heat Cares</b>

Oil Heat Cares is about giving back to the communities in which we live and work. It's about oilheat professionals giving of their time and talent to help those less fortunate by volunteering to work for a day on a local project. It's also about showing our customers (and potential customers) that Oil Heat really does care, and on a very personal, and very local level.

Oil Heat Cares raises money by sponsoring events and then uses that money to purchase major equipment at a discount from the manufacturers.

Members of NAOHSM chapters identify the needs in their local communities, and then submit the proposed projects to Oil Heat Cares for approval. Once approved, Oil Heat Cares provides the major materials for the job, while volunteers from the NAOHSM chapter do the work on a Saturday or a Sunday. On the day of the job, competitors show up and work together in a spirit of fun and camaraderie. Oil Heat Cares signs on the front lawn, and coverage by the local press afterwards, show oilheat in a most favorable light. Everyone wins!

Throughout the year, NAOHSM chapters compete for the Oil Heat Cares Cup, a trophy awarded (along with bragging rights) to the chapter that has accomplished the most good, and presented oilheat in the most positive way during the previous year. The trophy is presented at the annual NAOHSM convention.
You can get involved by sponsoring or attending an Oil Heat Cares fundraising event. You can also suggest a project at a NAOHSM chapter meeting. And you can volunteer your time and talent on a project. Get involved. It feels great

<b>And finally, how you can help your friend in the industry be a champion.</b> :)

Of the many ways folks can contribute to this great cause one of them is of course $cash$ contributions. Anyone making a contribution of $1,000.00 or more will become an Oil Heat Cares Champion!

Here’s my offer to my friends in the industry. As you know I have the two day boot camp at beckett coming up seats are already filling fast. 20 people will be considered a full workshop. If you can help me fill the workshop by registering for the June 7th & 8th workshop. I’ll write a check to Oil Heat Cares for $1,000.00 I like to think of it as "Paying it Forward"

So come on what do say? Will you help me be a champion?

Thanks to all of you that have registered so far. that put me closer to my goal before I even new I’d be setting one. :)

<a href="http://oiltechtalk.com/discuss/viewtopic.php?t=604">Oil Tech Talk's Boot Camp at Beckett</a>
Your friend in the industry,



Alan R. Mercurio



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