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Mar 20, 2024

C-Branch members are Stationary Engineers, and they are professionals who operate, maintain and repair mechanical equipment within a building.

The equipment that Stationary Engineers maintain can include boilers, chillers, HVAC and ventilation systems, and other mechanical systems to ensure they are functioning efficiently.

An example of a building that Stationary Engineers might work in would be an office building, warehouse, manufacturing plant, hotel, or a hospital. Their job duties may include inspecting equipment daily to ensure efficient operation.

As an example, they will monitor the equipment through gauges, data logging, and testing. They maintain the equipment through scheduled maintenance or by repairing and replacing broken or worn-out parts.

To become a stationary engineer, individuals typically need to complete a formal training program in stationary engineering or a related field. Some employers may require certification or licensing, which can be obtained through passing exams administered by regulatory agencies.

Practical experience through apprenticeships and on-the-job training is also valuable in preparing for a career as a stationary engineer. Overall, stationary engineers play a crucial role in maintaining the functionality and safety of various mechanical systems in buildings and industrial settings.

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1375 Virginia Drive
Ft Washington, PA 19034
  (215) 542-7500

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