Aqua-Hot Offers Training at NRVIA Conference

Aqua-Hot Heating Systems is bringing its Certified Technician Training Program to Heber Springs, Arkansas. Held in conjunction with the National Recreational Vehicle Inspectors Association (NRVIA) conference, the Oct. 23 session counts for eight credit hours towards RVDA-RVIA certification/ recertification. Registration is at

The training session focuses on the 400 and 600 series of Aqua-Hot hydronic heating systems. It covers principles of design, troubleshooting, diagnostic testing, diesel and LP burner maintenance and repair, and how to perform annual maintenance. An electrode adjustment tool, refractometer, identification badges and tags are included in the course.

"Aqua-Hot heating systems are found in many of the RVs our certified RV inspectors encounter," said Stephanie Henson, NRVIA director of administration. "This training opportunity is perfect for expanding their businesses to include annual servicing."

"We look forward to working with NRVIA and hosting our Certified Technician Training Program during their conference," said Mark Davis, Aqua-Hot national sales manager. Training sessions are also held twice a month at Aqua-Hot's Frederick, Colorado facility. In addition, the company's next regional session still has openings, scheduled for July 24 at the National Indoor RV Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

NRVIA is a professional organization that tests and certifies RV inspectors. Its annual Conference & Awards Banquet runs Oct. 20–23. The event website is

Contact Aqua-Hot Heating Systems, 7501 Miller Dr., Frederick, CO 80504. Toll free: 800-685-4298 or 303-651-5500; Fax: 303-857-9000.;

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