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Stage Two Pumps and Associated Controls

May 7 at 9:00 AM- 5:00 PM

Member price – £1090 + VAT
Non-member price – £1,190 + VAT

Duration – 3 Days


Designed for those involved in the maintenance, management, and servicing of all types of Hydraulic systems across an extensive range of industry sectors.

This course will focus on the various types of hydraulic pumps in use and the associated control systems. Installation, setting-up procedures, testing and fault diagnosis will be covered. Why pumps fail in service will also be a key topic.

The course has a high degree of ‘hands-on’ practical training and will help to develop the necessary skills required to effectively manage today’s complex systems.

Designed for those involved in the maintenance, management and servicing of all types of hydraulic systems across an extensive range of industry sectors.


Course Aims

  • To take your overall knowledge and skills to the next level to enable you to better manage and maintain hydraulic systems with a range pumps and associated controls
  • Ensure that you know the causes of pump failure in hydraulic systems and apply the necessary preventative measures.
  • Know the procedures to follow to carryout effective fault diagnosis and adjustments to improve performance.


Entry Requirements:

  • Stage 1 Hydraulics or equivalent. If you feel that your experience takes you beyond
  • Stage 1 Hydraulics, you could consider completing our self-assessment questionnaire


Course Objectives

Knowledge Based
On completion of this course candidates will know:

  • Basic principles of pump operation & control
  • The recommended procedures to follow for installation and commissioning
  • The range of control systems in use, setting up procedures and Q/P relationships
  • The causes of pump failure and the preventative measures to be put in place


Skills Based
During the practical section of this course candidates will engage in and apply the following skills:

  • Measuring pump flow & pressure and calculate pump efficiency
  • Setting up the pump pressure relief valve
  • Setting up the pump controls; pressure compensator and load sensing compensator
  • Using the vent connection on a compensator
  • Setting up a load sensing circuit
  • Measuring performance of Torque Limiter Pump
  • Setting up pump with Electro-Hydraulic Proportional Controller
  • Removing and replacing a pump them commissioning the new unit

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May 7
9:00 AM- 5:00 PM
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United Kingdom


Chamber Skills Solutions
01709 386200


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