ECS University for Fire Sprinkler Contractors and Engineers!

Posted by Jennifer Combs on Aug 13, 2018 12:53:41 PM

ECS: The company that started it all!

If your inbox is anything like ours, you have probably noticed the increased attention that corrosion in fire sprinkler systems has received over the past few years. Lately it seems like anyone and everyone has an opinion, or worse, is a newly minted corrosion expert. At ECS we pride ourselves on our laser focus at being the world’s leading expert on corrosion science regarding water-based fire sprinkler systems.

ECS Senior Project Engineer Bill Aaron will be presenting at the upcoming ECS University in January and sharing his lessons learned from over 23 years of installation, service, inspection, and project management experience in the fire protection industry.  Bill will be on hand to answer the questions that you have always wanted to ask.

  1. Is black steel better than galvanized?
  2. What is the best method to remove all oxygen in dry pipe systems?
  3. What is wet pipe nitrogen inerting?

ECS University Upcoming dates

January 29-30th, 2019
April 23-24th, 2019
August 27-28th, 2019
October 22-23rd, 2019

Course Objectives:

Understanding corrosion mechanism

Design and layout of equipment for dry and wet pipe systems

How to identify corrosion related opportunities

Who should attend:

Fire sprinkler contractors and engineers wanting to differentiate themselves and learn from corrosion experts.


Day 1 - Corrosion Science, ECS Factory Tour, Dry System Corrosion Control and Nitrogen Generator hands-on installation and maintenance
Day 2 - Wet System Corrosion Control, Corrosion Monitoring, Nitrogen Generators and Vents, and Cold Storage Applications

Space is limited register today!

Hotels available at the Residence Inn by Marriott: Book your group rate for Engineered Corrosion Solutions


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Jennifer Combs

Written by Jennifer Combs