The 3M Scott Certified Compressor Technician I will be trained to Install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair 3M Scott Fire & Safety compressor systems. Service skills will include all operator level maintenance and operation, purification system maintenance and the automatic condensate drain systems service.
This technician will understand the theory of operation for the compressor, purification system and charge station.
The Service Technician I will be able to operate the X4 and SmartTouch System Controllers.
The 3M Scott Compressor Technician I will be certified to provide operator training which includes proper system operation and perform all operator level maintenance task outlined in the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) manuals. This course is a required prerequisite training to attend the 3M Scott Fire & Safety Compressor Technician II Course.
Important Registration Note:
A registration fee of $500.00 USD is required for each Authorized Service Center (ASC)
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3M Scott Fire & Safety is a tobacco and vaping free campus.
Short pants, open toed shoes and sleeveless shirts are not permitted in the facility.
If you have safety shoes please bring them with you to class.
If you wear prescription safety glasses please bring them with you to class.
If you have questions about this class, please contact Scott Technical Support at ScottTechSupport@mmm.com or call (800) 247-7257.
A submitted enrollment form does not guarantee a seat in the class. If approved, you will receive confirmation of your enrollment.
Regional sessions (field courses not conducted at our Factory) require that you bring your laptop, SCBA equipment, specific tools, materials, and solutions. Contact your instructor for the course requirements. Regional sessions may have different start and end times. Make sure to verify the start and end times with the session instructor.
Sessions held at our factory do not require for you to bring your SCBA equipment, or any tools or materials; however we do require that you let us know which SCBA you would like to work on before arriving.
In addition, we like to take students on a tour of Scott’s manufacturing facilities. Please be sure to wear appropriate attire, including closed toe shoes, sleeved shirts, and long pants. Safety glasses will be provided.
If you are visiting us from outside of the United States, please make sure to complete the International Visitor Form in the time indicated by our Factory Instructor in order to avoid delays in approving you into the class.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Registration has closed for this class.