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Wilson Company Technology Course

Industrial Hydraulic Technology Course

 

Wilson Company Hydraulic Technology Course

3-Day Hydraulic Hands-On Technology Course

Our 3-day Hydraulic training course is structured to provide students with the fundamental understanding of hydraulics. Participants will understand how hydraulic systems and components work, read and draw hydraulic schematics, learn general troubleshooting methodology and standard practices.

This course will incorporate component symbols in developing complete hydraulic schematics. In addition, it will cover remote control of pressure valves, bleed off orifices, using pilot valves and introducing proportional and servo control valves.

The student will be able to perform laboratories to control multiple actuators while maintaining flow and pressure. The student will also perform setup and operation of load sense pumps, closed loop system, cartridge valve, sandwich valve, and proportional control valve.

Participants

Anyone with a basic technical aptitude that may be involved with design, installation, maintenance, operation and servicing of industrial hydraulic equipment.

Topics covered:
  • General Industry Standards
  • Fundamental Hydraulic Principles
  • Fixed & Variable Displacement Pumps
  • Pressure and Load Sense Control
  • Directional Control Valves
  • Pressure Control Valves
  • Flow Control Valves
  • Hydraulic Cylinders
  • Hydraulic Motors
  • Accumulators
  • Filtration

Hydraulic Training Syllabus

Materials Provided:
  • Textbook
  • Lab manual
  • Course Certificate
  • Food, drinks and snacks
Schedule and Course Fee
  • 8 AM to 4 PM per day
  • $1,250 per student

 

Pneumatic Automation Training

 

Wilson Company Technology Course

2-Day Pneumatic Hands-On Technology Course

Our 2-day pneumatic training course aims to familiarize participants with the design, construction and operation of pneumatic components. Participants will construct, adjust and analyze circuits by following schematic diagrams.

Participants

Anyone with general technical knowledge involved with design, installation, maintenance, operation and servicing of industrial pneumatic equipment.

Topics covered:
  • Advantages & disadvantages of compressed air
  • Physics of compressed air
  • Air Preparation, dryers & distribution
  • Pneumatic symbols & schematics
  • Pneumatic actuators and sensors
  • Directional control valves
  • Flow control valves
  • Logic circuits
  • Troubleshooting

Materials Provided:
  • Textbook
  • Lab manual
  • Course Certificate
  • Food, drinks and snacks
Schedule and Course Fee
  • 8 AM to 4 PM per day
  • $850 per student

 

 

 

Email us at training@wilson-company.com to learn more!

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