Program approved for Continuing
Education by the California State
Fire Marshal’s Office
Participants of ECS University's fire sprinkler system classes will learn about corrosion science, dry pipe, preaction and wet pipe fire sprinkler system corrosion equipment, and corrosion monitoring. You’ll master fire sprinkler corrosion, code changes, and available solutions; plus, learn best practices for installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting of nitrogen generators and automatic air vents.
The 3-day course (2 hours per day) are offered as a live webinar presentation. Allows you to interact directly with the instructor.
ECSU Online is an on-demand video learning course. Learn at your own pace with course videos and quizzes. Access courses from anywhere.
The 2-day course offers hands-on training, including an in-depth understanding of nitrogen generator operation held at our headquarters in St. Louis, MO.
These 1-hour subject specific sessions are offered as a live webinar presentation. Allows you to interact directly with the instructor.
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This fire sprinkler system class presentation discusses the science of corrosion in fire sprinkler systems. The benefits and practical application of using Nitrogen Gas to inert Wet Pipe, Dry Pipe and Preaction Fire Sprinkler Systems to prevent and manage internal corrosion. Under a nitrogen atmosphere, oxygen corrosion, which is the primary cause of corrosion related failures in sprinkler systems, can be completely controlled resulting in reduced risk (life safety, leak and business continuity), enhanced performance, and extended life of the fire sprinkler system. Removing oxygen from wet pipe, dry pipe and preaction fire sprinkler systems using nitrogen gas can reduce the corrosion rate in a fire sprinkler system by 99% and significantly extend the useful life of the piping.VIEW COURSE OUTLINE
Bill Aaron, Director of Training
Engineered Corrosion Solutions
Bill Aaron has worked in the fire protection industry for over thirty years with experience in project management, consultation, inspection, installation and design of fire protection systems. Bill has obtained a certification in Fire Alarm Systems from National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET) Level IV, served on the NICET Board of Governors, and is a past chairman of the NICET Board of Governors. He served as a member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) technical committee for NFPA 2 and NFPA 720. He also served as a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) Board of Directors and the NSPE House of Delegates.
Bill has been educating engineers’, sprinkler contractors, sprinkler fitters and property managers through ECS University and educational lunch-and-learn sessions since 2017.
A tuition-free, on-demand fire sprinkler online training course in the science, technology, and methodology behind fire sprinkler system corrosion control. Designed and taught by industry-leading fire safety experts.
All graduates eligible to receive Continuing Professional Development credits. Get started on the next step in your career today.