Products & Services
Victaulic Fire Protection Systems and Devices Workshop
Victaulic offers training workshops designed to educate on the basics of fire protection technology and the Victaulic FireLock product line. These comprehensive programs are held at our corporate headquarters in Easton, Pennsylvania and are free of charge. These sessions include both classroom and hands-on activities, as well as tours of our various manufacturing facilities in the local area.
Workshop attendees will be provided with meals, lodging and daily transportation to and from the hotel. Airport pickup is also available if required. For further details please contact the Fire Protection Workshop Administrator at 610.559.3472.
The Victaulic Fire Protection Systems and Devices Workshop is a two day course designed to provide attendees with a detailed knowledge of fire protection systems and an overview of Victaulic FireLock fire protection products. This comprehensive training program, held at our corporate headquarters facility in Easton, Pennsylvania, covers a range of topics including the operation and components of wet, dry, pre-action and deluge fire protection systems, as well as Victaulic FireLock fire protection products. In addition, attendees will see demonstrations in Victaulic’s engineering laboratory, tour the on-site foundry/manufacturing facility and visit our Edison Road research and testing facility in Stewartsville, NJ.
1. Workshops sizes are limited and attendance is determined on a first-come, first serve registration basis.
2. Victaulic workshops may qualify for continuing professional development or CEU credits. Refer to your local state agencies for details or requirements.
Workshop Registration Form
Hydronic Balancing Seminars
Victaulic is partnering with TA in North America to offer a series of seminars on hydronic balancing. This seminar series is known as the TA Hydronic College. There are two seminar topics touring North America at this time.
1) “Three Hydronic Conditions”
2) “Investment and Energy Saving Opportunities in Variable Flow Systems”
Register or just learn more by visiting the Victaulic Balancing Seminars webpage.