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TRAINING CALENDAR, 2018-19

You may contact Fluidsys Training Centre Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore for the long-term and short-term courses and any need-based/tailor-made courses in the field of industrial pneumatics and hydraulics.

LONG-TERM COURSE

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Course

Duration

Course Dates

‘Professional in Pneumatics & Hydraulics – Advanced Level with TUV Rheinland Certified Qualification’

6

Weeks

21/01/19 to 01/03/19

Click here to apply for the course

or Call us at 7338385505 or email us at info@fluidsys.org

SHORT-TERM COURSES: HYDRAULICS

Course

Duration

(Days)

Course Dates

Industrial Hydraulics – Basic Level

5

24/12/18 to 28/12/18

04/03/19 to 08/03/19

Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulic Systems

4

18/03/19 to 21/03/19

Electro-hydraulic Systems and Circuits

4

25/03/19 to 28/03/19

Click here to apply for a course

or Call us at 7338385505 or email us at info@fluidsys.org

SHORT-TERM COURSES: PNEUMATICS

Course

Duration

(Days)

Course Dates

Pneumatic controls -Basic Level

4

07/01/19 to 10/01/19

11/03/19 to 14/03/19

Electro-pneumatics and Automation– Basic Level

4

17/12/18 to 20/12/18

Click here to apply for the course

or Call us at 7338385505 or email us at info@fluidsys.org

Short-term Courses – PLC

Course

Duration

(Days)

Course Dates
Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) with Pneumatic (or Hydraulic) Applications

4

14/01/19 to 17/01/19

Click here to apply for the course

or Call us at 7338385505 or email us at info@fluidsys.org

ON-DEMAND COURSES: PNEUMATICS / HYDRAULICS/ PLC

Course Name

Duration

(Days)

Pneumatic controls – Advanced Level

3

Electro-pneumatics – Advanced Level

3

Hydraulic Fluids and their contamination control

2

Maintenance and Safety of Hydraulic and Pneumatic systems

2

Fluidsim-P / Fluidsim-H

3

Click here to apply for a course

or Call us at 7338385505 or email us at info@fluidsys.org


  Tips:
Compressor sizes range from a small compressor generating less than 60 litres per minute lpm with little or no preparation equipment to multiple compressor plant installations generating thousands of lpm. Compressors with delivery volumes up to 2400 lpm and drive powers up to 15 kW are considered as small compressors. Compressors with delivery volumes in between 2400 to 18000 lpm and drive powers in between 15 to 100 kW are considered as medium-sized compressors.

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