Noritz introduces online training for CB Combination Boiler

Noritz introduces online training for CB Combination Boiler

The two-part Residential Combination Boiler Training prepares contractors to be on the forefront of a rapidly expanding market segment Members of Noritz’s PROCard program can elevate their Noritz “Power Rankings” by successfully completing the course Part two of the CB Combi course will become available by the end of August

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CA — Noritz America has launched a free online training course for the new CB Combination Boiler, targeting professional plumbing, heating and HVAC contractors.

The two-part Residential Combination Boiler Training from Noritz University prepares contractors to be on the forefront of a rapidly expanding segment of the residential boiler market. “We’ve seen dynamic growth in combination boilers,” says Jason Fleming, Sr. Marketing and Customer Care Manager for Noritz. “This course offers contractors a competitive advantage in meeting this growing demand.”

Part one of the course covers basic features, specs, system components, applications and venting options, while part two will offer a more in-depth synopsis of system setup and troubleshooting. The second part will be available later this month.

Trainees can register by signing up at www.training.noritz.com. Members of Noritz’s PROCard program can elevate their Noritz “Power Rankings” by successfully completing the course. This means their contact information will show up higher in the program’s search results and thus be more visible to prospective customers.

Each part of the course takes approximately 30 minutes to complete and includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end. Trainees who complete both parts of the course and take the in-person CB Combi training can request to become official Noritz-certified Combi service specialists, gaining greater visibility with prospective customers.

“The award-winning CB Combi is a revolutionary product that allows consumers to combine their comfort heating and domestic hot water into one space-saving solution,” explains Fleming. “Taking the course will effectively prepare contractors to offer this unique technology to their customers.”

In addition to this latest course on the CB Combi, Noritz University offers three others: The Online Residential Level 1 Training; The CDR1 Training for the NRCP series of residential, condensing tankless water heaters; and the EZTR40 Training.

Contents of part one of the CB Combi course include:

PRODUCT SERIES

  • Features
  • Internal Layout
  • Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers
  • Scalding Prevention
  • Domestic Hot Water Performance
  • Water Route
  • Internal Pump
  • Venting Options
  • Heating Applications & Settings

RESOURCES

  • Error Codes
  • Common Issues
  • PROCard

Part two of the CB Combi course will become available by the end of August.

For more information on the CB Combi training program visit: training.noritz.com.

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