Combustion workshop includes a comprehensive program addressing combustion fundamentals, equipment, applications and problem-solving as well as a plant tour and lab demonstration. Organized by Eclipse Combustion Inc., Rockford, Ill., the seminar will be held March 7-9 at the Northern Illinois University in Rockford.

The program begins with combustion fundamentals, including general nomenclature, basic formulae and demonstration of basic principles. It also will cover the operation of combustion system equipment such as burners, gas/air supply and mixing, controls and control systems, combustion safety and safety systems, and the formation of NOX and carbon monoxide in combustion. Other presentations will cover the application of combustion equipment for air, infrared, furnace and liquid heating. The problem-solving sessions will include instruction and practice in determining heat requirements, pipe sizing and equipment selection. The workshop will conclude with a plant tour and lab demonstration, providing an opportunity to see combustion equipment under construction and demonstrations of operating equipment. Individuals may stay after the training session adjourns for more custom training with product specialists.

The registration fee -- which includes the workshop, all training materials, lunches, workshop banquet, and transportation between the Best Western Clock Tower Resort and the training site -- is $850 per person. (Hotel charges are not included in the registration fee.) For more information, call (815) 637-7113 or visit