OPW schedules fuel products seminar

OPW Fuel Management Systems is holding a three-day seminar Sept. 14-16 for service personnel

OPW Fuel Management Systems is holding a three-day seminar Sept. 14-16 for service personnel.

The seminar, to be held at the Holiday Inn Express in Charlotte, NC, will offer hands-on training with the FSC3000 Fuel Site Controller. Instructors will demonstrate system start-ups and general operation of the Controller.

Attendees are asked to bring a laptop and voltage meter. This course is required to certify or re-certify for fuel-control product testing. OPW Fuel Management Systems will award certificates of achievement on systems that are covered during the seminar. In order to receive certification, attendees must pass a mandatory test on each system.

Cost is $495 per person and advanced registration is required.

OPW has also posted the dates and times for the two virtual product-training seminars for qualified distributors and technicians it has scheduled for September.

  • Sept. 8, 9-11 a.m. CDT, will focus on the SiteSentinel iSite Automatic Tank Gauging System, which is a multi-function, high-quality tank-monitoring system that provides real-time, accurate inventory information for hundreds of fuel-storage tanks
  • Sept. 21-22, 9-11 a.m. CDT, will focus on the SiteSentinel iTouch Console. The iTouch is a multi-function, high-quality tank-monitoring system that provides real-time, accurate inventory information for up to 16 fuel-storage tanks

Virtual course registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis. For a list of the computer system requirements in order to properly view this training, visit http://support.webex.com/support/system-requirements.html. All registrants must have high-speed Internet access and an active individual e-mail address. Registrants must also download and read the appropriate training guides prior to the seminar.

There is a $100 charge for attending a two-day Webex training course.

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