Being able to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot your own hydraulic equipment and systems starts with simply understanding how and why all the various components work. This hydraulic repair and troubleshooting seminar provides the basic building blocks and knowledge needed to be proficient working with industrial hydraulics and fluid power.
This 2-day seminar is just $1100.
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Day one of this hydraulic repair and troubleshooting course focuses on examining what hydraulic systems are and how they work. Students will start with an overview of hydraulic principles and progresses through hydraulic system components including pumps, valves, cylinders, motors, rotary actuators, accumulators and filters with emphasis placed on component structure and the identification of the components by the proper symbol as standardized by ANSI and ISO. Topics include:
- Hydraulic Principles
- Positive-Displacement Pumps
- Flow Control Valves
- Directional Control Valves
- Check Valves
- Hydraulic Cylinders
- Hydraulic Motors
- Hydraulic Rotary Actuators
- Pressure Control Valves
- Pilot Operated Pressure Control Valves
- Fluid Conductors
- Reservoirs, Heat Exchangers and Filters
Day two builds on the knowledge gained on day one to include troubleshooting of your hydraulic system. We know that it is critical to avoid downtime in your facility and our students will use this day to focus on maintaining an efficient system and doing it safely.
- Application of Hydraulics
- Hydraulic Safety
- Basic Troubleshooting Requirements
- Generalization on Hydraulic Troubleshooting
- Noisy and Cavitating Pumps
- No System Pressure
- Low or Erratic System Pressure
- No Movement of Actuator
- Slow or Erratic Actuator
- System Running Hot
- Common Cylinder Problems
- Solenoid Failure
- Internal and External Leaking Control
- Troubleshooting Hydrostatic Transmission
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Upon completion of this seminar, the student will receive a certification of completion with 8 classroom hours (.8 TPC Trainco CEUs) per day attended. Visit our continuing education units page to determine if this class is accepted by your state licensing agency.