Most of the defects in plants and machinery that lead to a large percentage of purchase of spares and tools are largely due to improper operation and maintenance. This course teaches your staff how to avoid this situation and how to reduce operation cost by increasing the uptime of hydraulic equipment.
Everyone who has to deal with hydraulics systems in the work place.
Hydraulic equipment maintenance – why its so important
Maintaining fluid cleanliness
Maintaining fluid temperature and viscosity within optimum limits
Maintaining hydraulic system settings to manufactures’ specification
Scheduling component change-outs before they fail
Following the correct commissioning procedures
Conducting failure analysis
The true cost of hydraulic fluid leaks.
Fluid contamination and dealing with water in hydraulic fluid
Troubleshooting basics and how to avoid costly mistakes
Symptoms of common hydraulic problems and their causes
Locating internal leakage
Fundamentals of hydraulic component and cylinder repair
Can describe how fluid contamination destroys hydraulic components
Can determine an appropriate fluid cleanliness for different types of hydraulic systems
Can achieve and maintain an appropriate fluid cleanliness on a continuous basis
Can identify and rectify abnormal contamination load.
Can name the one proactive maintenance routine that will save large sums of money
Will know how tom prevent damage in hydraulic systems caused by low fluid viscosity
Can define operating temperature limits based on fluid viscosity values which will maximize component life
Can identify and rectify abnormal heat load
Can identify faulty circuit protection devices before they cause component failure
Will know when to schedule hydraulic component change
Can identify the common causes of hydraulic failure and know how to locate them
Can apply special troubleshooting techniques for simple hydraulic systems
Can carry out correct diagnosis
Can carry out effective repairs on hydraulic cylinders and components.