Open Trainings 2023
COURSES FOR ORDER PROCESSORS AND PURCHASERS
Several of our customers want an introductory course in hydraulics for their order processors and buyers.
This is to improve the understanding of what is ordered and the requirements that are placed on both the requests that are sent and the responses to the offers that are received in return.
Based on this need, we have put together a course that we believe many order processors and purchasers of hydraulics will enjoy.
8th of March 09:00 - 15:00
What is hydraulics? - What are hydraulics used for? - What is unique/special about hydraulics?
Marine/Offshore - Material qualities/Types of packing - Special fluids - Class companies - ATEX - Documentation/Certificates
About the components
What are the products called? - Practical examples of use - See physical components - Materials - Accessories - Documentation - Service/Calibration.
Questions and registration are sent to: email@example.com
TECHNICAL HYDRAULIC COURSE
Open technical hydraulics course. The course is free of charge and includes lunch. You must pay for travel and any accommodation costs yourself.
Date: 10 - 11. May and 18 - 19 October.
Location: Berghagan 4 A, 1405 LANGHUS
Day 1 at 09:00 - 16:00
Briefly about hydraulics in general
Basic information - Hydraulic fluids - Pumps - Valves - Cylinders - Systems
Filter technology / Oil unit
Importance of clean oil and why is this so often in focus? - Words/Expressions - From theory to practice - Types of pollution and the following - What distinguishes a good and a bad filter - Practical tips - The blood of the oil/system - How to understand oil analyzes
Day 2 at 09:00 - 16:00
What is an accumulator? - Accumulator types - When to choose what? - Pulse/noise suppressors - Calculations
- Application examples - Accessories - Bladder accumulator service - Practical tips when handling accumulators.
Use of sensors in hydraulic and/or lubrication systems
Use of continuous signals? - Words, expressions, background information - Available technology - Systematization and use of signals - Applications/Experience