Level 2 Mobile Hydraulics
Advanced Circuits & Troubleshooting
- Starts Mar 5, 2024Starts Mar 5, 2024
- Fairfield Business Center Drive
Who will benefit? Any and all fluid power industry professionals, maintenance technicians, machine operators, and sales representatives that have attended CFC’s Level I Mobile Hydraulics Training Course or possess equivalent knowledge and real-world experience. What is it about? This component and control level course will incorporate component symbols learned in Level I into complete schematics representing various functions. Remote control of pressure valves using pilot valves, bleed off orifices, and proportional controls will be discussed. Simultaneous control of multiple actuators while maintaining pressure and flow requirements will be reviewed. Operation and setup of load sense pumps will be demonstrated. Slip-in and screw-in cartridge valve design and operation will be presented. Closed-loop hydrostatic systems, power steering, and power beyond functions will be introduced. Length: 3 Days of Training Written Materials: CFC Custom Training Binder, CFC Advanced Hydraulic Lab Book Equipment: CFC Hydraulic Double Sided Trainer, CFC Proportional/Servo Valve Trainer, Take-Apart/Cut-Away Components OUTLINE Safety Considerations - Safety equipment - Hazardous conditions and stored energy Hydraulic Fundamentals Review Actuators - Bent rod causes and prevention - Area ratios for speed and force output flow systems - Regeneration circuits and pressure intensification Pressure Controls - Remote control of pressure and unloading circuits - Drain line control techniques - Control of multiple pressure valves Flow Controls - Meter-in vs. Meter-out - Pressure compensated vs. non-compensated - Multiple speed circuits Flow Dividers - Various types and startup problems Directional Controls/Slip In Controls - Pilot operated check valve ratio problems - Spool types and transition conditions - Poppet type no-leak valves/flow control - Power beyond, open and closed set-up on mobile valves - Stacking valves, modules, and manifolds - Proper stacking sequence and order - Drain and tank line considerations Proportional Valves/Motor, Pumps, & Pumping Principles - Directional, flow and pressure types - Feedback and non-feedback types - Electronic controls/load sensing
Cancellation Policy: Please contact us ASAP if cancellation is required to discuss refund options. Failure to appear for class - no refund.
7042 Fairfield Business Center Drive, Fairfield, OH, USA