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Training Calendar, 2017

Fluidsys Training Centre Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore is pleased to announce the schedule of training courses for the year 2017. You may contact our training centre for any need-based training programme in the field of pneumatics and hydraulics.

Hydraulics

Code Course Days W (9 am – 4 pm)

E (6 pm – 9 pm)

HYD01 Industrial Hydraulics – Basic Level E 10 E Jun 19-23, 26-30

E Sep 4-8, 11-15

E Dec 4-8, 11-15

HYD02 Hydraulic Fluids and their contamination control W 2 W Jun 17-18

W  Aug 12-13

W Nov 11-12

HYD03 Hydraulic Filters: Constructional details, performance ratings, and maintenance W 1 W Jun 25

W Aug 19

W Sep 17

W Dec 3

HYD04 Operation and maintenance of hydraulic accumulators W 2 W Jul 1-2

W Nov 18-19

HYD05 Electro-hydraulics E 8

W 4

E Jul 3-6, 10-13

W Oct 14-15, 21-22

HYD06 Maintenance and Safety of Hydraulic Systems W 2 W Jul 29-30

W Aug 26-27

W Nov 25-26

HYD07 Proportional hydraulic systems E 8 E Dec 18-21, 25-28
HYD08 Design of Industrial Hydraulic Systems E 8 E Aug 1-4, 7-10

E Nov 6-9, 13-16

HYD09 Fluidsim-H  W 2 W Nov 4-5
HYD10 Hydraulic Cartridge Valve Systems W 2 W Dec 16-17
HYD11 Hydraulic Hoses and Connectors W 2 W Jul 22-23

W Dec 23-24

Pneumatics

Code Course Days W (9 am – 4 pm)

E (6 pm – 9 pm)

PN01 Pneumatic controls -Basic Level E 8 E Jun 5-8, 12-15

E Oct 2-5, 9-12

PN02 Pneumatic controls –Adv. Level E 8 E Jul 17-20, 24-27
PN03 Electro-pneumatics and Automation– Basic Level E 8 E Aug 14-17, 21-24

E Nov 20-23, 27-30

PN04 Electro-pneumatics  – Adv. Level W 4 W Sep 2-3, 9-10
PN05 Fluidsim-P  W 2 W Aug 5-6
PN06 Maintenance of Pneumatic systems W 2 W Jul 8-9

W Oct  7-8


  Tips:
Pressure control valves are used in hydraulic systems for obtaining pressure-related control functions.  The control tasks include reducing the pressure in some part of a hydraulic circuit, unloading of pumps, establishing the sequence movements of actuators, the counterbalancing of overrunning loads, and the braking of hydraulic motors while running on inertia. Accordingly, pressure control valves can be categorized into: (1) pressure reducing valves, (2) unloading valves, (3) sequence valves, (4) counterbalance valves, and (5) brake valves.

 

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