Schedule: 8:00am - 3:30pm
IMTI & CTBI
233 Mill Street
Waterbury, CT 06706
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***This License Exam Preparation Course Will Provide You with 16 Hours
Of Instructions and Study Skills for the Connecticut OE-2 Operating
Stationary Engineer Examination.
Connecticut Operating Stationary Exam
Operating Stationary Engineer Exam:
COURSE PAYABLE TO I.M.T.I.:
Note: I.M.T.I. may cancel classes at their discretion
* Required Materials For I.M.T.I.’s Class:
Code of Federal Regulations – CFR 29 Part 1926 (OSHA) July edition
Steam Plant Operations 9th Edition
Boiler Operator’s Exam Prep Guide
Other reference material listed by the PSI Exams are as follows:
Pump Handbook, 4th edition
2004 Modern Refrigeration & Air Conditioning- 19th edition
Applied Electricity and Electronics
Statutes & Training References – See PSI Manual for Additional Information
Shipping & Handling
Tax (Shipping & Handling of Books Only)
BOOKS PAYABLE TO C.T.B.I.: (prices are subject to change without notice)
* NOTE THE ONLY BOOK ALLOWED INTO YOUR EXAM IS THE OSHA*
Class Location: I.M.T.I. – Waterbury, CT
OE-2 OPERATING STATIONARY ENGINEER:SCOPE OF WORK:
***This License Exam Preparation Course Will Provide You With 16 Hours Of Instructions and Study Skills For The Connecticut OE-2 Operating Stationary Engineer Examination.
The holder of this license may perform operation related work. “Operation” means a work discipline that employs technical knowledge and expertise in the manipulation, adjustment, control and monitoring of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and boilers, with sufficient technical knowledge, as determined by the commissioner, and includes (i) heating systems with a steam or water boiler maximum operating pressure greater than fifteen pounds per square inch gauge, or air conditioning or refrigeration systems with an aggregate of more than fifty horsepower or kilowatt equivalency of fifty horsepower or of two hundred pounds of refrigerant. This license also permits incidental maintenance, directly on or adjacent to such operating equipment, including daily blow downs, sample and adjust chemical treatment, clean fuel filters, change fuel nozzle, clean strainers and changing of existing fuel types. Refrigeration plant operators may clean condenser water strainers, sample and adjust chemical treatment and perform absorber air purges. This license does not permit any replacement or revisions to existing piping of any system type. Such person may only perform such work while in the employ of properly licensed contractor or as an employee of a building owner for work on the premises owned or leased by such employer.