Systematic failure analysis in hydraulic systems, part 2

Fault analysis for machines with hydraulic power transmission is one of the standard tasks of maintenance engineers. When eliminating faults in this area, a disproportionately high effort is always made. An efficient fault analysis lowers the need for spare parts and reduces the downtimes of production plants. For systems from 5 kW upwards, it is necessary to use variable displacement pumps and often also proportional and servo valves. These components place significantly higher demands on the maintenance personnel. In prop and servo technology, the interplay of electrical engineering and hydraulics is added. This course builds on the training “Systematic Fault Analysis in Hydraulic Systems, Part 1”. The systematic approach, in which the cause is narrowed down on the basis of external symptoms, is extended to include the above-mentioned components. The same applies to the methods and Possibilities for preventive detection of disturbances.

The participants expand their knowledge of systematic failure analysis in systems with hydraulic components. They train detection methods for preventive maintenance and the use of measuring equipment in hydraulics.

This course expands knowledge of systematic troubleshooting for systems with hydraulic and electrohydraulic components.

Target group:

Skilled workers, master craftsmen, technicians and maintenance engineers who require special knowledge of hydraulic and electrohydraulic systems in order to carry out their work.

Seminar overview: