: 4 hours
The key to a satisfying experience with your boat's engine is not knowing how
to repair it but knowing how to operate and maintain it so that you do not need repairs
Learn from the best: Diesel combustion theory
Marine diesel basic operation
How to recognize common engine problems
Briefly cover the Electrical
Fuel System and
This seminar, taught by Mack Boring Diesel Technicians, helps boat owners become more familiar with their diesel engines.
We'll go through case histories, review samples of worn parts, give you a better understanding of diesel engine do's and don'ts, review check lists and offer some helpful anecdotes plus a few good sea stories!
This fast-paced workshop is short on theory and long on practical guidance aimed at owners and operators of marine diesel engines and focuses on do-it-yourself maintenance and trouble-shooting.
DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND
THE CLASS HELD ON MARCH 26th 2015 WILL BE A PRESENTED AS:
DIESEL BASICS LEVEL 2
Level 2 will have a live engine! This seminar will include a review of the basics however, we will also include hands on, practical lessons on bleeding, changing the impeller, filters, hoses and belts.
The instructor will create common diesel engine issues and you will have to resolve them. It is recommended (though not required) that you have basic understanding of your diesel engine to sign up for this course.
Steve McGovern: Owner and Chairman of Mack Boring & Parts Company
Greg Cerillo : Owner of Precision Marine, New Rochelle, NY
Scott Bowden: Vice President and General Manager of Port Niantic Inc, Niantic, CT
Certification: Upon course completion you will receive a Landfall Navigation Marine Training Center certificate of completion in Diesel Engines – Do’s and Don’ts.
Notes: Handouts and trouble-shooting guides will be provided in class.
All Classes are held at our world-class in-house training facility, unless otherwise noted.