John Golpe Completes Course in Installation and Service of Gas Heating Equipment

Oct 16, 2018

John Golpe, of Wharton, NJ, successfully completed a course in installation and service of gas heating equipment held by Gas Appliance Service Training & Consulting (GASTC) at their training facility in Warren, Rhode Island.

John Golpe, of Wharton, NJ, successfully completed a course in installation and service of gas heating equipment held by Gas Appliance Service Training & Consulting (GASTC) at their training facility in Warren, Rhode Island. This extensive, full-time, one-week program focused on concepts and practical applications and provided thorough instruction required for installing, servicing and trouble-shooting natural gas and propane heating systems. The topics covered included Fundamentals of Gas Combustion, Circuitry and Troubleshooting, Hydronic Controls, Electronic Ignition Systems, and Advanced Electric Ignition Systems. The course was taught by Tim McElwain, the President of GASTC, who has over 45 years of experience training technicians in the fundamentals of gas heating.

Mr. Golpe is employed by Hart & Iliff Fuel and Energy Systems as a Heating and Air Conditioning Technician.

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