SCPMTP Training - Troubleshooting Hydraulic, Systems & Components

03/07/2013 7:00 am
03/08/2013 3:00 pm

TROUBLESHOOTING HYDRAULIC, SYSTEMS & COMPONENTS:   

This course provides an easy-to-follow troubleshooting method which is based on the concept of proactive maintenance with the intent to stop problems before they occur.
This course assumes students have a “working knowledge” of basic hydraulic components and their function within an operational system. The course focuses on the troubleshooting process and the inspection and testing tasks that are part of a systematic approach to locating malfunctions and their underlying causes. It is designed to help the student become aware of the decision making process that is part of a good troubleshooting procedure. Several hands-on lab exercises require the students to troubleshoot real world system problems. Every application which is being discussed will be totally dissected in an animated program. This animation program allows the instructor to recalibrate; pressure, flow, torque, load and even upsize and
downsize of components.

Pre-requisite: Understanding Basic Hydraulic Principles

 
Classes scheduled in the Harrisburg Area 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Location: Mittal Steel, 200 Gibson St., Steelton
 
For more information, contact: 
SCPMTP
Telephone: 717.852.0628
Fax: 717.852.0629
e-mail: karint@yorkalmc.org