Bosch Rexroth Hydraulics Training Courses Available

Posted by Michelle Howard
Friday, February 14, 2014

Bosch Rexroth is accepting registration for all courses in its popular training program designed for industrial and mobile hydraulics systems engineers. Rexroth’s Hydraulics Technical Training is targeted toward individuals who maintain hydraulic systems, design new systems or want to upgrade existing systems with new technology.


Rexroth provides on-site training for specific hydraulic installations, and customized training programs are available with test stands delivered to the participant’s location. Online Basic Hydraulics Training is also available as a self-directed course that includes an overview of functions and characteristics of hydraulic components in a hydraulic system.


In addition to on-site and self-directed training, registration is now open for the following scheduled courses through December 2014:

  •  Principles of Hydraulics is an introduction to and comprehensive overview of hydraulic technology.
  •  Maintenance, Repair and Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems is recommended for maintenance personnel who will learn proper methods of maintaining and troubleshooting hydraulic systems.
  •  Mobile Hydraulic Technology, for mobile maintenance technicians and mobile hydraulic system designers, will develop understanding of specific components and circuits used in mobile equipment.
  •  Maintenance, Repair and Setup of Mobile Hydraulic Systems is recommended for mobile hydraulic maintenance personnel who will learn proper methods of maintaining and troubleshooting hydraulic systems.
  •  Fundamentals and Servicing of Proportional Valves covers the function and operation of electro-proportional hydraulic valves and their interface electronic amplifiers in the mechanical and electrical trades.
  •  Pumps and Controls for Open and Closed Loop Systems, for advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers, will develop knowledge of the most often used pumps and pump controls for open loop and closed loop hydraulic pump systems.
  •  Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulic Systems covers how to properly select hydraulic components that will produce efficient hydraulic circuits and hydraulic circuits that properly control the machine or process.
  •  Electronic Controls for Hydraulic Systems, recommended for advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers, develops knowledge of the electronic control of electro-proportional valves used in closed process loop systems.
  •  Press Hydraulic Controls teaches maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers how high flow hydraulic systems use logic cartridge valves, cartridge valve control circuits, proportional valves, and variable displacement pumps.
  •  Proportional Control Technology provides a thorough overview of the function and operation of electro-proportional hydraulic valves and their interface and control electronics.
  •  Proportional Circuit Design is recommended for engineering personnel, hydraulic project engineers and advanced technicians who are responsible for the implementation, design and commissioning of proportional valve circuitry.
  •  Piston Pumps, Motors, and Controls will help advanced plant maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers develop their knowledge of popular fixed and variable displacement piston pumps/motors and controls used in open loop, closed loop, and semi-closed loop hydraulic systems.
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Courses are held at Bosch Rexroth facilities in Bethlehem, Pa., and Houston, Texas, as well as at various locations in Canada.

 

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