Hydraulic 101 Academy Teaches Safety, Maintenance, Troubleshooting

By IBT Inc

February 11, 2015

Fluid Power, Training

This award-winning 3-day class will help you extend the life of your hydraulics equipment—and minimize the risk of injuries and errors for your staff. Taught by a hydraulics specialist with over 20 years of practical experience.

What Will You Get from This Class?

Every participant will learn hydraulic safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting using hands-on, computer-controlled equipment simulators that mimic real-world hydraulic situations.

After completing this class, participants will be able to:

  • Extend the life of hydraulic equipment—through proactive care and maintenance
  • Reduce system downtime—with simple troubleshooting techniques
  • Lower the risk of injuries—with correct safety techniques

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Topics CoveredHydraulic1

The following topics are covered in this 3-day class:

  • Hydraulic safety
  • Proactive maintenance
  • Filtration
  • Basic troubleshooting
  • Applied fluid power principles
  • Hydraulic pumps, valves, accumulators, and actuators
  • Reservoirs, coolers, hoses, and connectors

Course Requirements

Please dress appropriately and feel free to bring your own protective eyewear. Non-prescription safety glasses will be provided.

Who Should Attend?

This course is designed for anyone involved with hydraulics as part of their job—or anyone who wants to increase their overall knowledge of hydraulics. Ideal for plant managers, hydraulic technicians, design engineers, and maintenance professionals.

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Class Fees, Location, and Hours

Class runs from 8:30-4:30 on all 3 days. $1,050 fee includes all training materials, class instruction, learning labs, a 467-p. step-by-step guide on conducting each test, and lunches. IBT can also arrange for reasonably priced overnight accommodations.

This class qualifies for 2.0 CEU credits.

More: See IBT’s current training schedule

Register today!

See a current class schedule. Questions? Call Gary Hense, Director of Training/Marketing Services at  IBT Industrial Solutions, at (913) 428-2817 or ghense@ibtinc.com.