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Marine Diesel Engine Theory and Maintenance Course  

This one day course is designed to provide you with a basic understanding of how your Marine Diesel engine operates and how it should be maintained.

 

Theory and Practical Demonstration Sessions.

The course is conducted in the shop with new, used and broken parts to handle and view during the   theory portion of the presentation. You will become familiar with everything that is inside and attached to a marine diesel engine. All associated systems such as – fuel, exhaust, cooling, transmissions, propeller shafts, engine mounts and alignments etc. will be covered.

 

Limited Class Size – Personalized Training

Due to the practical demonstration aspects of this course – Class size is limited to 12 people. Participants are encouraged to bring along their own engine information/manuals etc. so I may answer any specific questions regarding your diesel engine.

During the afternoon practical demonstrations WE will : jump start a diesel, operate engines on test stands, bleed fuel injection systems, adjust valves, change water pump impellers, winterize engines etc.   Anyone wishing to participate may – so dress appropriately as you will encounter diesel fuel and engine oil. Hand cleaner and shop towels are supplied. I cannot make you into a Diesel Mechanic in a day but you will leave with a very comfortable understanding of what you CAN, should and should not do with your Marine Diesel Engine.

Courses are held in a warm, bright, clean shop in Port Credit

 

Next Course Date and Time

** 2017 Port Credit courses dates are – Feb. 4, 5, 11, 12 and March 11,12, 18 and 19th.

**2017 West Lorne Course dates: Jan 7, 8

Only 12 persons/day.

Course fee is $ 250. (includes HST) which includes your own copy of “Marine Diesel Engines” 3rd edition by Nigel Calder.

Class starts at 9 AM sharp as we have a lot to cover!  We will continue until approx. 4:30 pm or until everyone has had their fill of fun!  Please arrive a little early to register and pick up your text book. Complementary coffee, tea and muffins available in the AM.

Register early to reserve your spot as I have had a tremendous response in the last several years!

To register contact Craig Morley @ aquafacts@gmail.com. or Office 519-768-3438 – Cell 519-933-3205

Payment may be made by Interac E-transfer to aquafacts@gmail.com or cheque payable to “AquaFacts Marine Surveyors and Yachting Services Inc.”  25157 Gray Line, West Lorne, Ont. N0L 2P0

 

 

 

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