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Hydraulic Engineering Failure Analysis And Troubleshooting

Duration 3 days
Time 08:30 - 16:30
Cost £780.00 + VAT
Venue Clinterty

Availability

Date Time Cost Venue Places  
27 Nov - 29 Nov 2017 08:30 - 16:30 £780.00 + VAT Clinterty 6
23 Apr - 25 Apr 2018 08:30 - 16:30 £804.00 + VAT Clinterty 6
25 Jun - 27 Jun 2018 08:30 - 16:30 £804.00 + VAT Clinterty 6
20 Aug - 22 Aug 2018 08:30 - 16:30 £804.00 + VAT Clinterty 6
26 Nov - 28 Nov 2018 08:30 - 16:30 £804.00 + VAT Clinterty 6

About this course

 

                  

Target Audience             

This course is prepared for technicians/engineers who have a basic understanding of hydraulic engineering.

Practical Content              50%        Theoretical Content        50%

Course Aims     

To provide delegates with a basic understanding of hydraulic engineering. It is suitable for those who have completed the Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals course. The course builds on the previous course and introduces delegates to failure analysis of pumps and valves, working with hydraulic systems, logical troubleshooting and open loop proportional hydraulic control systems. The course includes workshop based training each day to reinforce the classroom based training.

Course Content

             Knowledge of hydraulic fluids, properties and safe handling.

             The need for pro-active maintenance and what to monitor.

             Different types of hydraulic pump, how they work and failure analysis.

             Different types of valve and actuator, how they work and failure analysis.

             The application of hose assemblies, where and why they are used and failure analysis.

             Understanding of 700 Bar hydraulics, explanation and associated safety considerations.

             Open loop proportional control.

             Logical troubleshooting skills.

             Introduction to Festo SIM5 software.

 

Delivery              

Classroom and workshop based.

Certification     

City & Guilds SCQF Credit Rated & Levelled Certificate.

Required Instructor Qualification/Experience  

             5 years offshore experience in production operations and maintenance               

             Presentation skills

             A1 or equivalent Workplace Assessor

 

Min/Max Delegates

3/8, course duration and times may vary depending on delegate numbers.

 

Special Requirements  

All delegates must have completed the Hydraulic Engineering Fundamentals course.

Delegates are required to supply their own PPE.

Notes to Client

To set up a course specifically for your company or if the dates above are not suitable please contact us for additional dates.

Very informative, well presented

John Bey
Wood Group PSN Ltd



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