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North American Hydraulic Training Courses


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2 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | Introduction

Bosch Rexroth is the leader in Drive & Control technology. Using


innovative product, coupled with application expertise, Bosch Rexroth
offers powerful solutions. Our training courses provide students
with the knowledge and skills critical to applying and maintaining
modern fluid power systems for productive and reliable solutions.
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Table of Contents
North American Hydraulic Training Courses 1
About Our Courses 4
Training Alternatives 5
How to Register for Courses/Seminars 6

Online Training Courses


Online Industrial Hydraulic Basics eIHB 8
Online Mobile Hydraulic Basics eMHB 9

Courses in the United States


Principles of Hydraulics POH 11
Industrial Hydraulic Fundamentals IHF 12
Mobile Hydraulic Fundamentals MHF 13
Hydraulic Setup and Commissioning HSC 14
Electro-Proportional Technology EPT 15
Hydraulic Pump Systems HPS 16
Motor Pump Systems MPS 17
Hydraulic System Planning HSP 18

Courses in Canada
Overview of Industrial Hydraulics HYi-101 20
Commissioning, Maintaining, & Troubleshooting
Industrial Hydraulics HYi-201 21
Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulics HYi-202 22
Piston Pumps/Motors & Controls HYi-301 23
Proportional Control Technology HYi-302 24
Design & Sizing of Proportional Circuits HYi-303 25
Overview of Mobile Hydraulics HYm-101 26
Mobile Hydraulic Drives and Controls Technology HYm-201 27

Training Services Terms and Conditions 28


On-Site Addendum to TSTC 30
4 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | About Our Courses

About Our Courses

Fundamentals to advanced concepts

Hydraulics technology offers many advantages with its Have Questions?


phenomenal power transfer capability, durability and control-
lability in modern machinery. Leveraging these advantages In the U.S., contact the training department at
requires personnel with unique knowledge and skills from ff E-mail: training@boschrexroth.com
concept to retrofit; throughout the machines entire life-cycle.
ff Phone: (610) 997-6745
Bosch Rexroth North American Training Courses offer stu-
ff Web: www.boschrexroth-us.com/training
dents the fundamental knowledge and skills to succeed.
Subjects range from selecting sizes and types of hydraulics
In Canada, contact the training department at
system elements, commissioning new equipment, and main-
taining existing equipment to recognizing opportunities for ff E-mail: training@boschrexroth.ca
increasing productivity and/or enhancing service life. Our ff Phone: (905) 735-0510
courses offer a rich blend of learning activities to maximize
ff Web: www.boschrexroth.ca/training
the awareness and understanding of fluid power concepts,
components and their applications in modern mobile and
stationary industrial equipment.

With a variety of training courses conducted at several train-


ing locations in Canada and the United States, Bosch Rexroth Training Center Locations
stands ready to prepare students for the world of hydraulics.
In addition, there are options for online self-paced learning, United States Canada
custom in-plant training seminars and technology work-
AMT Training Center Bosch Rexroth Canada
shops. Please feel welcome to explore these options at
625 Linden St. 3426 Mainway Drive
boschrexroth-us.com/training.
Bethlehem, PA 18018 Burlington, Ontario
Remember, when you need to learn about hydraulics, you can L7M 1A8
count on quality training at any Bosch Rexroth Training Center. Bosch Rexroth
10305 Round Up Lane Bosch Rexroth Canada
Suite. 700 1533 Broadway Street
Houston, TX 77064 Unit 124
Port Coquitlam,
Center for Manufacturing British Columbia
Innovation V3C 6N9
575 Millennium Blvd.
Greenville, SC 29607 Bosch Rexroth Canada
8035 Coronet Road
Edmonton, Alberta
T6E 4N7
5

Training Alternatives

Either on-site or at Bosch Rexroth, training tailored to your needs

In addition to scheduled courses at our training center loca- mentor groups in all aspects of their work with hydraulic
tions, Bosch Rexroth offers customized training possibilities. technology. This service often saves the customer significant
amounts of time and money in developing new equipment or
Focused Product Training improving what they are using today.
Often there are specific hydraulic components, that are of
particular interest whether they reside on the factory floor
Whatever your training requirements, just contact
or in the product that the factory manufactures. In either
Bosch Rexroth. We offer solutions!
case Bosch Rexroth offers training solutions which may be
conducted at your facility or designated location. Depending
on the product and the learning targets, the training may be
a mix of traditional classroom and hands-on approaches. The
product and equipment used for the training may be yours or
supplied by Bosch Rexroth as part of a contracted service.

Hydraulic System Troubleshooting and Maintenance


The cost of production downtime often has negative impacts
to profitability and customer satisfaction for both mobile and
stationary equipment. Hydraulic systems require regular
maintenance to assure a long, dependable service life. Bosch
Rexroth can work with your personnel and equipment in
identifying maintenance requirements and preventative
measures for improving uptime. By recommending replace-
ment parts with their required tools, and training your team
to properly perform the work, we will help your equipment
become more available and reliable. In addition, we can train
personnel to troubleshoot non-performing equipment using
hydraulic tools and service techniques to promptly restore
normal production. Bosch Rexroth often develops specific
training classes using these methods for customers to conve-
niently re-order when they have new personnel, customers or
simply wish to refresh their teams work practices.

Seminars/Workshops
New technologies or old problems sometimes require a
flexible approach to training when the exact learning target
and content is not known from the beginning. For these
situations, Bosch Rexroth provides expertise to facilitate or
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How To Register | North American Hydraulic Training Courses

How to Register for Courses/Seminars

Use our Online Registration process


You can enroll yourself or another student via our on-line
learning management system (LMS). To check availability or
register for a course, visit the online training registration site at:

www.boschrexroth.com/training/register

The above link opens a calendar page where you will be able ee Link to
to scroll through a monthly view and see when and where the Registration Form

North American courses are being offered, as well as the


number of spaces which are still available.
When enrolling on someones
behalf please use the students
actual email address since
this will be used for all corre-
spondence.
Once the registration process
is completed you will be given
a confirmation number and a
confirmation email will be
sent to the email address you
have provided. This confirma-
tion email includes tuition
payment information, class
hours, suggested hotels, and a
map with directions. A link will
appear on the confirmation
email to allow cancellation or
Clicking on a course offering opens a new window with a change of the reservation.
description of the course. Scrolling down allows you to see You can also access the training calendar via the Bosch
the available dates for that course as well as a link to the Rexroth training sites. In the USA, this site is
registration page. This link takes you to the Online Registra- www.boschrexroth.com/en/us/training/index. In Canada,
tion Form, which opens in a new window. this site is www.boschrexroth.ca/training.

Payment for Courses


In the USA - The online system does not accept payment for
enrollment. You will be contacted by the training coordinator
before the class to process payment. Tuition may be paid
using a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit card.
A purchase order will only be accepted by your local Bosch
Rexroth Distributor.

In Canada - In order to enroll you will need to provide a valid


credit card. Purchase order upload is available only for exist-
ing customers of Bosch Rexroth Canada.
Cancellation Guidelines Course cancellations received in
less than 10 business days prior to the start date of class are
subject to a charge of the stipulated training fee, in full. No
refunds are made to registered student(s) who do not attend
or withdraw after the start date of a scheduled class.
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Online Training Courses


Self-paced options to learn or reinforce basic hydraulics concepts

Our online training courses provide students the opportunity to introduce, or


re-introduce themselves to hydraulic technology at their own convenience.
These courses are recommended for novices seeking a basic understanding of
the technology or preparing for fundamental courses in hydraulics.
For practitioners in hydraulics, these courses provide a fast-track to more
advanced courses.
8 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | eIHB

Online Industrial Hydraulic Basics eIHB

Introduces students to basic fluid power concepts and commonly encoun-


tered applications of hydraulic technology found in a wide range of stationary
industrial equipment

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math


System Requirements: 1+ Mb/s internet access, Firefox or Puffin browser recommended
Tuition: $995.00 (includes One year access to eT-HT-FLUIDE and eHTG Online Training, Hydraulics - Basic Principles Book,
and Oil Cleanliness Booklet)

What you will learn:

ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships (flow/speed, pressure/force/torque, power)


ffWork versus heat in hydraulics
ffFundamentals of fluid properties and conditioning (the role of fluids, viscosity and its effects, controlling fluid quality
and velocity)
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic hydraulic schematics
ffCommon open circuit fixed displacement pump technologies
ffPressure control valves and their applications
ffHydraulic accumulators and their functions
ffCommon flow controls valves and their applications
ffDirectional control of hydraulic linear actuators (cylinder)
ffControlling the speed or force/acceleration of a linear actuator
ffReal world concerns: controlling creep, stick-slip and intensification
ffHydraulic cylinder cushion function and application
ffTypes of hydraulic rotary actuators (motors)
ffDirectional control of hydraulic rotary actuators (motors)
ffDiagnosing and preventing cavitation
ffAdvantages and disadvantages of open center valves
ffBasic valve size considerations (flow rate, pressure drop, power limit)
ffDirect operated vs. pilot operated valves
ffRecognizing other valve types (logic, counterbalance, prefill, flow dividers)
ffBasic electro-hydraulics (Ohms law, force solenoids, amplifiers, on-board electronics)
ffProportional valve technology overview
ffPrinciples of reducing heat generation/increasing efficiency
ffVariable displacement open circuit pumps and their control options

Successful completion of this online training provides students with a basic understanding of fluid, its principles of
control in converting, directing and transferring power via hydraulic pressure and flow.
eMHB | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 9

Online Mobile Hydraulic Basics eMHB

Introduces students to basic fluid power concepts and commonly encoun-


tered applications of hydraulic technology found in a wide range of mobile
industrial equipment

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math


System Requirements: 1+ Mb/s internet access, Firefox or Puffin browser recommended
Tuition: $995.00 (includes One year access to eT-HT-FLUIDE and eHTG Online Training, Hydraulics - Basic Principles Book,
and Oil Cleanliness Booklet)

What you will learn:

ffPascals law, hydrostatic and hydrodynamic principles


ffGeometric concepts of area and volume
ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships (flow/speed, pressure/force/torque, power)
ffWork versus heat in hydraulics
ffFundamentals of fluid properties and conditioning (the role of fluids, viscosity and its effects, controlling fluid quality
and velocity)
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic hydraulic schematics
ffOverview of fixed displacement pump technologies
ffFundamentals of fluid pressure, flow and direction control (checking, relieving, reducing, throttling, compensating
functions)
ffCommon open circuit fixed displacement pump technologies, circuits, components and control concepts
ffActuator/Load control considerations (load holding, counterbalance, anti-cavitation, anti-intensification, regenerative
operation)
ffIntroduction to proportional control
ffDirect & Pilot operation of components (joysticks)
ffSix-way, three position open center valves (throttle control)
ffLoad sense (LS) principle
ffCommon open circuit (loop) variable displacement pump circuits, components and control concepts
ffOverview of gearbox technology
ffCommon features of closed center, load sense valves
ffIntroduction to closed circuit technology
ffFlow sharing principle (LUDV)

Successful completion of this online training provides students with a basic understanding of fluid, its principles of
control in converting, directing and transferring power via hydraulic pressure and flow.
10 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | Courses in the United States

Courses in the United States

Bosch Rexroth North American Training Courses offer students the


fundamental knowledge and skills to succeed. Subjects range from selecting
sizes and types of hydraulics system elements, commissioning new equipment,
and maintaining existing equipment to recognizing opportunities for
increasing productivity and/or enhancing service life.
POH | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 11

Principles of Hydraulics POH

An introduction to and comprehensive overview of hydraulic technology

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Jan 913, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes enrollment fee, all student materials, textbook)
Feb 610, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
What you will learn: Mar 2024, 2017 Bethlehem, PA

ffPrinciples of fluid flow and pressure, work, power, actuator speed for Apr 37, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
industrial and mobile hydraulic systems May 2226, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
ffPower consumed by hydraulic systems and why hydraulic systems get hot Jun 1216, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
ffHydraulic component symbols typically used in industrial and mobile systems Jul 2428, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
ffReading and interpreting basic industrial and mobile hydraulic schematics Oct 26, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
ffFunction and use of pressure control valves Dec 48, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
ffFunction and use of directional control valves commonly used in industrial
and mobile hydraulic systems
ffLoad control and load holding techniques
ffTypes and operation of hydraulic pumps
ffCharacteristics of modern variable displacement pumps
ffSetup of pressure regulating variable displacement pump controls
ffSetup of adjustable hydraulic components used in industrial and mobile
hydraulic systems
ff10 fundamental circuits most often used in industrial and mobile hydraulic systems
ffHow flow controls work to control actuator speed
ffUsing a variable displacement pump to control actuator speed in mobile hydraulic systems
ffFunction and operation of cylinders and hydraulic motors
ffFunction and use of a valves X and Y ports
ffIntroduction to fluid cleanliness and filtration
ffIntroduction to electro-proportional hydraulic valves
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

This is a 1st level hydraulics training course for anyone working with industrial or mobile hydraulic equipment. This
training course is recommended for those who are new to hydraulically powered and controlled machines and equipment
and for those who have had no prior formal training in hydraulics technology. This training course is also highly recom-
mended for plant engineering personnel and mobile equipment engineering personnel who are tasked with hydraulic
system improvement, system modifications and system design. Principles of Hydraulics was developed with the idea that
hydraulic systems are best understood and that hydraulic system problems are more efficiently resolved by those who
understand the physical principles that apply to industrial and mobile hydraulics.
12 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | IHF

Industrial Hydraulic Fundamentals IHF

Introduces students to fundamental fluid power concepts and commonly


encountered applications of hydraulic technology found in a wide range of
stationary industrial equipment

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Feb 1317, 2017 Houston, TX
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes enrollment fee, student learning material,
Aug 711, 2017 Houston, TX
eT-HT-FLUIDE Online Training)

What you will learn:

ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships (flow/speed, pressure/


force/torque, power)
ffWork versus heat in hydraulics
ffFundamentals of fluid properties and conditioning (the role of fluids, viscosity and its effects, controlling fluid quality
and velocity)
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic hydraulic schematics
ffCommon open circuit (loop) pump technologies and their applications
ffPressure and flow control valves and their applications
ffDirectional control of hydraulic actuators (cylinder and motors)
ffControlling the speed or force/torque/acceleration of actuators
ffReal world concerns: controlling creep, stick-slip and intensification
ffHydraulic cylinder cushion function and application
ffDiagnosing and preventing cavitation
ffAdvantages and disadvantages of open center valves
ffBasic valve size considerations (flow rate, pressure drop, power limit)
ffDirect operated vs. pilot operated valves
ffRecognizing other valve types (logic, counterbalance, prefill, flow dividers)
ffBasic electro-hydraulics (Ohms law, force solenoids, amplifiers, on-board electronics)
ffProportional valve technology overview
ffPrinciples of reducing heat generation/increasing efficiency
ffClosed-loop pump/motor circuit basics
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

Successful completion of this course provides students with a comprehensive overview of fluid, its use in converting,
directing and transferring power, principles of control and considerations for system efficiency, reliability and maintenance.
MHF | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 13

Mobile Hydraulic Fundamentals MHF

Introduces students to fundamental fluid power concepts and commonly


encountered applications of hydraulic technology found in a wide range of
mobile industrial equipment

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Mar 2024, 2017 Greenville, SC
Tuition: $1,595.00 (includes enrollment fee, student learning material,
May 812, 2017 Houston, TX
eT-HT-FLUIDE Online Training)
Oct 2327, 2017 Greenville, SC
What you will learn: Dec 1115, 2017 Houston, TX
ffPascals law, hydrostatic and hydrodynamic principles
ffGeometric concepts of area and volume
ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships (flow/speed, pressure/
force/torque, power)
ffWork versus heat in hydraulics
ffFundamentals of fluid properties and conditioning (the role of fluids, viscosity and its effects, controlling
fluid quality and velocity)
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic hydraulic schematics
ffOverview of fixed displacement pump technologies
ffFundamentals of fluid pressure, flow and direction control (checking, relieving, reducing, throttling, compensating functions)
ffCommon open circuit fixed displacement pump technologies, circuits, components and control concepts
ff Actuator/Load control considerations (load holding, counterbalance, anti-cavitation, anti-intensification, regenerative operation)
ffIntroduction to proportional control
ffDirect & Pilot operation of components (joysticks)
ffSix-way, three position open center valves (throttle control)
ffLoad sense (LS) principle
ffCommon open circuit variable displacement pump circuits, components and control concepts
ffCommon features of closed center, load sense valves
ffIntroduction to closed circuit technology
ffFour quadrant control of a hydrostatic transmission
ffUsing Compact Hydraulics (Common functions, configuration tool)
ffFlow sharing principle (LUDV)
ffBasic electro-hydraulics (Ohms law, force solenoids, amplifiers, CAN bus)
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

Successful completion of this course provides students with a comprehensive overview of fluid, its use in converting,
directing and transferring power, principles of control and considerations for system efficiency, reliability and maintenance.
14 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HSC

Hydraulic Setup and Commissioning HSC

Provides a structured approach for students to apply their fundamental fluid


power knowledge to the installation and commissioning of hydraulic systems

Prerequisites: Completion of eT-HT-FLUIDE + POH, IHF, MHF, eIHB or eMHB

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Jul 31Aug 4, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes enrollment fee and student learning material)
Oct 30Nov 3, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
What you will learn:

ffUnderstanding the importance of cleanliness to fluid power systems


ffInterpreting hydraulic schematics and bills of materials to identify information
requirements
ffDeveloping a commissioning plan
ffBest installation practices
ffIdentifying types of fluid connections and sealing requirements
ffBasic hose, tube and pipe assembly
ffInspecting pressure, pilot, leakage, suction and return lines
ffElectrical considerations (wire length, terminations, shielded cable, connector plugs and receptacles)
ffRecommended filtration practices and maintenance
ffHydraulic fluid types and characteristics
ffAccumulator bladder assembly and pre-charging
ffFilling and purging hydraulic systems
ffFirst start procedure (suction valves, pressure controls, pump rotation, etc.)
ffExecuting the commissioning plan & measuring system performance
ffRecognizing common problems (swapped hoses & wires, incorrect pilot configurations, trapped pressure, etc.)
ffInspecting malfunctioning components
ffExternal fluid leaks and how to eliminate them
ffEvaluating fluid temperature control, finding problems and their solutions
ffHydraulic shock and its remedies
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

Successful completion of this course allows students to understand the important elements of planning and executing
system work, recognizing and avoiding mistakes, measuring performance and solving problems frequently encountered
in hydraulics.
EPT | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 15

Electro-Proportional Technology EPT

Introduces students to the fundamentals of electrically operated fluid power


control components and their applications in mobile and stationary industrial
equipment

Prerequisites: Completion of POH, IHF, MHF, eIHB or eMHB

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Apr 1014, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes enrollment fee and student learning material)
Nov 27Dec 1, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
What you will learn:

ffOperating within Ohms Law


ffCharacteristics of wet pin AC and DC solenoids
ffDirect operated solenoid valves
ffRectifiers & transient suppressors - shifting time effects
ffValve operation monitoring (switches, sensors)
ffDirect operated proportional directional valves
ffSpool geometry and position fluid flow control considerations
ffVoltage control versus current control - amplifier functions (PWM, dither, linearization)
ffTypical amplifier control and interfacing functions (call-up presets, ramping, differential inputs, 4 to 20 ma)
ffDirect operated proportional directional valves with spool position feedback
ffIntegrated electronics/on-board electronics (OBE)
ffOBE pilot operated proportional valve considerations
ffElectro-proportional manometric pump/motor controls
ffElectro-proportional pressure reducing pilot valves
ffElectro-proportional barometric pump/motor controls
ffOverview of other electrohydraulic components
ffDigital interfaces for setup, diagnostics and operation
ffKnowledge reinforcement and problem solving with hands-on lab exercises

Successful completion of this course allows students to understand the relationship of electrical voltage and current to
the control of hydraulic flow, pressure and direction for commissioning, maintaining and troubleshooting modern
hydraulic systems.
16 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HPS

Hydraulic Pump Systems HPS

Introduces students to fluid power pump technology with an emphasis on


their applications in typical industrial hydraulic power systems and mobile
equipment working hydraulics

Prerequisites: Completion of eT-HT-FLUIDE + POH, IHF, MHF, eIHB or eMHB

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements..
Aug 2125, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes enrollment fee and student learning material)

What you will learn:

ffPositive displacement principle


ffPower relationship of drive speed/torque to fluid flow/pressure
ffCalculating requirements
ffMechanical drive interfaces
ffThrough drive considerations
ffBasic operating specifications/ technical information
ffProper inlet and outlet conditions
ffCase pressure and leakage requirements
ffPositive displacement technologies
ffTypical fixed pump circuit open circuit configurations
ffLoad sense principle
ffVariable positive displacement pump technology
ffDisplacement limiters (flow, pressure, horsepower)
ffDisplacement operators (mechanical, pressure, electrical)
ffFixed pressure compensated systems
ffVariable pressure compensated systems
ffInstallation & commissioning
ffMaximizing service life
ffTeardown & Inspection - normal wear
ffUnderstanding and preventing failure modes
ffIntroduction to variable drive speed pump systems

Successful completion of this course allows students to specify pump types, mounting configurations, control options per
available power and the systems requirements of flow and pressure. In addition, they will be introduced to common
installation, commissioning and inspection practices which lead to reliable systems with long service lives.
MPS | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 17

Motor Pump Systems MPS

Introduces students to fluid power motor technology with an emphasis on


their applications in hydrostatic transmissions

Prerequisites: Completion of eT-HT-FLUIDE + POH, IHF, MHF, eIHB or eMHB

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device, toe guards/safety shoes, and eye protection/safety glasses. A selection of for this Five-Day Course
refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet dietary requirements.
Jun 1923, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes enrollment fee and student learning material)

What you will learn:

ffPositive displacement principle


ffPower relationship of drive speed/torque to fluid flow/pressure
ffReview of hydraulic pump and motor technologies
ffSimple motor control via proportional directional valve
ffBenefits of closed circuit (loop) technology using transmission pumps
ffFour quadrant control of a hydrostatic transmission
ffCalculating transmission performance
ffMechanical drive interfaces
ffThrough drive considerations
ffBasic operating specifications/ technical information
ffProper inlet and outlet conditions
ffCase pressure and leakage requirements
ffCharge/Flushing options and requirements
ffTransmission pump controls function and setup
ffMulti-motor transmissions
ffIntegrated transmission unit solutions
ffMotor speed sensing
ffBenefits of variable motor displacement technology in applications
ffElectrohydraulic control
ffInstallation & commissioning
ffMaximizing service life
ffTeardown & Inspection - normal wear
ffUnderstanding and preventing failure modes

Successful completion of this course allows students to specify pump & motor types, mounting configurations, control
options per available power and the systems requirements of speed and torque. In addition, they will be introduced to
common installation, commissioning and inspection practices which lead to reliable systems with long service lives.
18 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HSP

Hydraulic System Planning HSP

Provides a structured approach for students to apply their fundamental fluid


power knowledge for selecting hydraulic components and planning hydraulic
systems

Prerequisites: Completion of eT-HT-FLUIDE + POH, IHF, MHF, eIHB or eMHB

Attendance considerations: Students should come prepared with a calculation Available Dates & Locations
device. A selection of refreshments and lunches are provided, but may not meet for this Five-Day Course
dietary requirements.
Sep 1115, 2017 Bethlehem, PA
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes enrollment fee and student learning material)

What you will learn:

ffElements of a project plan


ffSpecifying operating conditions and performance
ffUnderstanding common actuator configurations and level of control
ffLimiting factors of controlled actuator performance (cycle rate, accuracy,
repeatability)
ffTranslating actuator force, time, velocity specifications into fluid power requirements
ffDetermining system fluid volume, instantaneous and cyclic flow supply requirements
ffIdentifying pressure and horsepower supply requirements
ffAcumulators - role in system stability and performance
ffFluid selection considerations
ffFundamentals of power unit component selection
ffTank design considerations
ffEstimating fluid heating/cooling requirements
ffMaintaining hydraulic fluid condition
ffPrinciples of system maintenance
ffControl at the actuator principle
ffPlanning hydraulic connections
ffMinimizing hydraulic shock
ffCommon system supervisory control permissives & interlocks
ffNoise abatement techniques
ffImproving system efficiency

Successful completion of this course allows students to understand the important elements of interpreting specifications,
calculating fluid power requirements, selecting circuits and components to realize efficient, reliable and maintainable
hydraulic systems.
 Courses in Canada | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 19

Courses in Canada

A solid grasp of the fundamentals is paramount in understanding any technology.


Bosch Rexroth is committed to quality fluid power training. Based on this
commitment, our Training Department has developed a series of courses that
are aimed at meeting the training needs of industry. Our course offerings are
targeted toward those individuals who maintain hydraulic systems and those
who design new systems or want to upgrade existing systems with new technology.
20 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HYi-101

Overview of Industrial Hydraulics HYi-101

Users of industrial hydraulic equipment gain a strong understanding of the


principles and applications of hydraulics

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math


Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab
Available Dates & Locations
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook, for this 5 Day Course
daily lunch & refreshments)
Jan 1620, 2017 Burlington, ON
What you will learn: Feb 27Mar 3, 2017
ffPrinciples of fluid flow and pressure, work, power, actuator speed for Port Coquitlam, BC
industrial hydraulic systems Mar 610, 2017 Edmonton, AB
ffPower consumed by hydraulic systems and why hydraulic systems get hot Apr 37, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffHydraulic component symbols typically used in industrial systems May 29Jun 2, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffReading and interpreting basic hydraulic schematics
Sep 1115, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffFunction and use of pressure control valves
Nov 1317, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffFunction and use of directional control valves commonly used in industrial
hydraulic systems
ffLoad control and load holding techniques
ffTypes and operation of hydraulic pumps
ffCharacteristics of modern variable displacement pumps
ffSetup of pressure regulating variable displacement pump controls
ffSetup of adjustable hydraulic components used in industrial hydraulic systems
ffOverview of fundamental circuits most often used in industrial hydraulic
systems
ffHow flow controls work to control actuator speed
ffUsing a variable displacement pump when controlling actuator speed in hydraulic systems
ffFunction and operation of cylinders and hydraulic motors
ffComparison of direct and pilot operated valves and understanding pilot and drain options
ffIntroduction to fluid cleanliness and filtration
ffIntroduction to electro-proportional hydraulic valves
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

This is a 1st level hydraulics training course for anyone involved with industrial hydraulic equipment. As an introductory
course it is recommended for those who are new to hydraulic equipment, however it is also recommended for trades
personnel to supplement their trades training in the area of hydraulic control. This training course is also highly recom-
mended for plant engineering personnel who are tasked with hydraulic system improvement, system modifications and
system design. The course was developed with the idea that hydraulic systems are best understood and that hydraulic
system problems are more efficiently resolved by those who understand the physical principles that apply to industrial
hydraulics.
HYi-201 | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 21

Commissioning, Maintaining, & Troubleshooting


Industrial Hydraulics HYi-201
Maintenance personnel learn proper methods of maintaining and trouble-
shooting industrial hydraulic systems

Prerequisites: HYi-101 or equivalent post trades hydraulic training is STRONGLY


RECOMMENDED for enrollment Available Dates & Locations
More than 50% lab and student work exercises
for this 5 Day Course
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments) Jan 30Feb 3, 2017 Burlington, ON
Oct 1620, 2017
What you will learn:
Port Coquitlam, BC
ffLogical schematic reading and schematic circuit interpretation
Nov 27Dec 1, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffReview fundamental hydraulic circuits used in many hydraulic systems
operation and setup
ffTroubleshooting exercises to develop efficient hydraulic diagnostic skills
ffWhy hydraulic systems get hot and what to do about excessive heat
ffHydraulic fluid cleanliness and conditioning standards the effects on system operation and reliability
ffFailure analysis of various components from hydraulic systems to determine how to increase reliability and reduce
downtime
ffUnderstanding typical applications and proper set-up and troubleshooting of direct and pilot operated pressure
control valves relief, reducing, sequence and counterbalance valves
ffUnderstanding typical applications and selection criteria of direct and pilot operated directional controls valves - spool
and poppet design valves as well as pilot and drain requirements of pilot operated valves
ffMethods of actuator speed control via throttling and flow control with fixed and variable displacement pumps
ffUnderstanding typical applications as well as the operation and set-up of variable displacement pumps
understanding pressure type pump controls
ffSwashplate piston pump troubleshooting, replacement, commissioning and controller setup
ffUnderstanding the various forms of hydraulic related shock and problems it causes
ffExternal fluid leaks and how to eliminate them
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

This is a 2nd level industrial hydraulics training course developed for the maintenance technician. This training course is a
logical next-step seminar after HYi-101 (POH) to increase your understanding of industrial hydraulics. It is recommended
for plant maintenance personnel who have responsibility for the proper upkeep of industrial systems. Students work in
the classroom and hands-on in the lab to develop their hydraulic component and circuit understanding and troubleshooting
skills. This seminar will address methods for correcting some hydraulic shock related problems and the elimination of
external leakage problems. It is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that students complete the HYi-101 (POH) seminar or have alternate
post trades training specific to hydraulic systems.
22 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HYi-202

Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulics


HYi-202
Advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic project engineers will investigate the
design of hydraulic systems and learn to properly select hydraulic components that will
produce efficient hydraulic circuits, and hydraulic circuits that properly control the
machine or process

Prerequisites: Students will gain admittance ONLY after their successful comple-
tion of the Bosch Rexroth HYi-101 seminar. Students must have the ability to Available Dates & Locations
manipulate and transpose various hydraulic related algebraic equations.
for this 5 Day Course
Classroom lecture, discussion and student work problems
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book, daily Jun 59, 2017 Burlington, ON
lunch & refreshments) Dec 1115, 2017 Burlington, ON

What you will learn:

ffInvestigation into hydraulic project design and system planning


ffActuator (motor and cylinder) selection and sizing
ffDevelopment of the circuit concept (open, closed, semi-closed circuit)
ffHydraulic system foundational designs (reservoir design and sizing, fluid
properties and selection, fluid processing
devices and sizing (filters, heat exchangers etc))
ffConsiderations in controlling the speed and (de)acceleration of hydraulic actuators - influence of fluid compressibility/
natural frequency and hydraulic systems tendency to oscillate
ffPressure control valve application, sizing and control options
ffFixed and variable pump system considerations and selection criteria (fixed, variable, fixed/variable, fixed/accumulator
systems)
ffPumps application and sizing considerations
ffVariable displacement pump control possibilities and selection criteria
ffCircuit designs utilizing multi-function valves
ffLoad control with pilot operated check valves and counterbalance valves
ffDirectional control valve selection and sizing. Pilot and drain considerations with pilot operated directional control valves
ffIntroduction to logic element (DIN slip-in valve) technology for direction, flow and pressure control
ffIntroduction to the advantages, use and application of proportional directional control valves
ffApplication and sizing accumulators for flow supplementing, shock absorption and power saving/recovery
ffSafety considerations in hydraulic system design will be highlighted throughout the duration of the seminar
ffTime will be spent in the lab to re-enforce the concepts discussed. (Approximately 75% lecture, 25% lab)

This 5-day training course is a must for plant personnel tasked with hydraulic system improvement or with the develop-
ment of initial design concepts for a new hydraulic application. Students receive the tools they need to properly evaluate
the load to be moved and controlled and to select appropriate hydraulic valves for this purpose. Classroom lecture and
discussion will be balanced with various system component selection and sizing problems.

Note: Students are required to bring calculators to this training course.


HYi-301 | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 23

Piston Pumps/Motors & Controls HYi-301


Advanced plant maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers/
engineers develop their knowledge of popular fixed and variable displace-
ment piston pumps/motors and controls used in open loop, closed loop and
semi-closed loop industrial hydraulic systems

Prerequisites: Completion of the HYi-101 seminar and HYi-201 or HYi-202 is


STRONGLY RECOMMENDED prior to attending this training seminar. Available Dates & Locations
Classroom lecture, discussions, laboratory exercises and lab demonstrations
for this 5 Day Course
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments) Jun 1923, 2017 Burlington, ON

What you will learn:

ffTypes and characteristics of fixed and variable displacement piston pumps


and motors
ffCircuit selection criteria for open loop, closed loop or semi-closed loop
circuits
ffTypes and characteristics of open and closed loop pump controls including
both hydraulic and electronic pressure and displacement controllers.
ffSizing pumps to meet the flow requirements and pressure requirements of the hydraulic system
ffSizing motors to meet the mechanical speed and torque requirements of the machine
ffOpen loop pump suction, inlet and case drain condition requirements and calculations
ffLow speed, high torque closed loop (LHD) drives operation and sizing
ffHydraulic fluid cleanliness and condition requirements for axial piston pumps and motors
ffPump and motor commissioning, setup, control adjustment and trouble-shooting
ffApproximately 70% lecture and 30% hands-on

This 5-day training course develops the students knowledge of the operation of popular fixed and variable displacement
piston pumps and motors and the operation/setup of various pressure and displacement controllers. Maintenance techni-
cians can use the information presented to understand controller operation and set-up, ensure pump performance and
optimize pump lifetime. Engineering personnel develop their knowledge of proper pump/motor control selection and
sizing. Rexroth Sytronix technologies of VFD and electric servo drives in conjunction with fixed and variable pumps will
be investigated.
24 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HYi-302

Proportional Control Technology HYi-302

Advanced technicians, electrical and controls personnel and engineers gain a


comprehensive understanding of proportional control valves and circuits

Prerequisites: Completion of the HYi-101 seminar and HYi-201 or HYi-202 is


STRONGLY RECOMMENDED prior to attending this training seminar. Available Dates & Locations
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab exercises
for this 5 Day Course
Tuition: $1,895.00
Apr 2428, 2017 Burlington, ON
What you will learn:

ffSimilarities and differences between on/off directional controls and


proportional directional controls
ffThe principle of speed control (throttling)
ffControlling actuator direction, speed and (de)acceleration with
proportional valves
ffProportional valves with and without position control
ffOverview of standard proportional directional controls
ffHigh performance and servo-solenoid directional controls
ffProportional pressure control valves
ffProportional flow control valves
ffElectronic interface amplifiers for driving proportional valves
ffIntegrated electronics/on-board electronics (OBE)
ffUnderstanding performance criteria and valve technical data
ffIntroduction and background to applying and sizing proportional valves
ffPrinciples of typical control requirements (positioning and speed control)
ffIntroduction to closed loop control principles
ffPractical introduction to troubleshooting proportional valve systems and
isolating problems

Electro-proportional hydraulic valves have become evermore present in most hydraulic powered and controlled machines
and processes. This course offering will bridge the gap between conventional valve technologies and so called continuous
control valves through understanding the operation of the valve and control. For this purpose there will be ample time
devoted to the actual interconnection and operation of valves and their associated control electronics. Students will
configure the electronic interface and place the valve in working circuits to observe the operation and tune the control.
Through this hands-on approach, students will develop their setup and troubleshooting skills. This 5 day training course is
also a proper starting point for plant engineering personnel prior to our advanced HYi-303 Proportional Circuit Design
course.
HYi-303 | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 25

Design & Sizing of Proportional Circuits HYi-303


Engineering personnel, hydraulic project engineers and advanced technicians
who are responsible for the implementation, design and commissioning of
proportional valve circuitry will develop the design concepts they need for
the proper application of components to achieve optimum control

Prerequisites: Completion of the HYi-101 seminar and HYi-202 is STRONGLY


RECOMMENDED prior to attending this training seminar. Ability to manipulate Available Dates & Locations
algebraic equations.
for this 3 Day Course
Classroom lecture, discussions and laboratory exercises used to reinforce
design concepts May 911, 2017 Burlington, ON
Tuition: $1,295.00

What you will learn:

ffProportional valve selection & sizing criteria


ffSelecting the appropriate valve and spool size/ratio for the application
ffValve frequency of response and valve stepped response applied
ffProportional valve circuit design concepts
ffProper control of pressure, speed, acceleration/deceleration and limiting
hydraulic related shock
ffControlling overrunning loads
ffUnderstanding the nature of a spring mass system
ffIntroduction to the closed process loop

This 3-day training course develops design concepts with the proper application of proportional and high response servo-
solenoid valves. Engineering personnel learn to properly select and size a valve in an open-loop axis application. This is an
appropriate next-step training course after completion of our HYi-202 course.
26 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | HYm-101

Overview of Mobile Hydraulics HYm-101

Users of mobile hydraulic equipment gain a strong understanding of the


principles and applications of hydraulics

Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math


Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab
Available Dates & Locations
Tuition: $1,595.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook) for this 5 Day Course
What you will learn: Jan 2327, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffPascals law and the hydrostatic principle Mar 2024, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships Sep 2529, 2017 Edmonton, AB
(flow/speed, pressure/force/torque) Oct 30Nov 3, 2017 Burlington, ON
ffEnergy balance and heat generation in hydraulics
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic
hydraulic schematics
ffOverview of fundamental circuits often used in mobile hydraulic systems
ffLinear hydraulic actuators (cylinders) types and operation
ffRotary hydraulic actuators (motors) gear and piston
ffPrinciples and operation of positive displacement pumps (gear and piston)
ffHow and why we control pressure in the hydraulic system (relief valves, reducing valves etc.)
ffPrinciples and methods of controlling flow in the hydraulic system (throttling vs. flow control)
ffControlling the actuator direction using spool type directional valves
ffThrottling possibilities with spool type directional valves
ffIntroduction to load sensing pumps and load sensing valves
ffLoad holding via counterbalance valves
ffUnderstanding variable displacement pumps and motors and controllers
ffUnderstanding closed circuits (hydrostatic transmissions)
ffComparison of open circuits and closed circuits
ffIntroduction to fluid cleanliness and filtration
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises

This is a 1st level hydraulics training course for anyone involved with mobile hydraulic equipment. As an introductory
course it is recommended for those who are new to hydraulic equipment however it is also recommended for trades
personnel to supplement their trades training in the area of hydraulic control. This training course is also highly recom-
mended for engineering personnel who are tasked with hydraulic system improvement, system modifications and system
design. The course was developed with the idea that hydraulically powered machines are best understood and that
hydraulic system problems are more efficiently resolved by those who understand the physical principles that apply to
hydraulics.
HYm-201 | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 27

Mobile Hydraulic Drives and Controls


Technology HYm-201

Prerequisites: HYm-101 or HYi-101 or equivalent


Approximately 60% lecture and 40% hands-on lab
Available Dates & Locations
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook)
Oct 30Nov 3, 2017 Burlington, ON
What you will learn:

ffA brief review of the hydraulic principles and formulas and


how they will apply
ffClosed circuit pump technology
ffSpecial precautions with closed circuits
ffAuxiliary circuits
ffCommon closed circuit pump and motor control types and operation
ffOpen circuit pump technology
ffCommon open circuit pump control types and operation
ffSpecial considerations for open circuits
ffHydraulic motors for open and closed circuits
ffFixed vs. variable displacement motors
ffVariable displacement motor control possibilities and set-up
ffLoad breaking and holding in open and closed circuits
ffOpen circuit valve types, terminology and operation
ffPilot operated, electrical and electro-proportional valve control
ffIntroduction to electro-hydraulic control with CAN-BUS (structure and operation)

This second level mobile hydraulic course is designed to advance the skills and knowledge in using and using and applying
closed circuit and open circuit mobile hydraulic drives and controls.
28 North American Hydraulic Training Courses | Training Services Terms & Conditions

Training Services Terms and Conditions


(v. 03.2014)

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TSTC | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 29

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30 North American Hydraulic Technical Training Courses | TSTC and On-Site Addendum

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tomer cancels the scheduled training within thirty (30) days of the facilitate communication expeditiously.
commencement date of the training seminar. Customer agrees to pay
for all instructor days and the instructor preparation fee (listed in the 10. Training Room Requirements:
cost quotation) if Customer cancels the scheduled training within ten ff Customer will provide a large (4 ft x 6 ft minimum) dry erase marker
(10) days of the commencement date of the training seminar. Bosch board (white board) to display computer generated images directly
Rexroth may cancel or reschedule the training seminar because of an on the white board. This white board is the type for use with dry
illness, injury or family emergency of the instructor who is scheduled to erase type markers.
provide the training. ff Instructors workspace should be in front of the classroom.
ff Adequate power outlets & extension cords for all computers, moni-
4. Customer is herein notified that no other person or department
tors, and peripheral devices.
within or outside the Bosch Rexroth has the authority to schedule
ff A projector, and projection screen for the instructors use, with
training seminars or to set seminar dates other than the Bosch Rexroth
video output connection.
Training Department.
ff Training room must be set up before the start of the class and ready
5. The price of On-Site and/or customized training shall be negotiated for instruction prior to beginning of class.
prior to the offering. For training at Customers requested location, all ff Additional set up fee is charged at $250.00 per hour to customer if
travel, accommodation and living expenses for the instructor(s) must be the adequate setup has not been done prior to class commence-
paid for by Customer in addition to daily course cost, unless specifically ment date and time.
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11. At its option, Bosch Rexroth may provide the use of hydraulic include all costs associated with Bosch Rexroths training proposal plus
components, cutaways, proportional electronic training equipment, any costs associated with any addendum. The Bosch Rexroth training
certain proportional and servo electronic circuit boards (training proposal plus any possible addendum represent the complete training
aids) at no cost to Customer during the seminar. The possible use of proposal. The assigned Bosch Rexroth instructor has the contractual
these components will be recommended by Bosch Rexroth when, in its obligation to present all topical material as detailed in the Bosch Rexroth
judgment, the training aids can substantially increase the students training proposal except, when, by consensus of the students, their
understanding of the topical material. Customers responsibilities for supervisor and the Bosch Rexroth instructor, it is agreed that certain
the training aids is to pay for the round trip packing, insurance, and topic/s be added or deleted from the training agenda. The Bosch
shipping costs for the training aids and to repack and ship the training Rexroth instructor does not have any obligation to present technical
aids back to Bosch Rexroth as soon as the seminar has been completed. information that has not been previously agreed to for which he did not
It is Customers responsibility that all training aids are returned to prepare. At his option he may address questions concerning additional
Bosch Rexroth in the same condition as the training aids were received technical topics for which he believes he is qualified, prepared and has
by Customer. Damaged or missing training aids will result in an addi- sufficient time within the duration of the seminar to answer.
tional charge to Customer of either the cost of repair or replacement,
whichever is appropriate in Boschs sole judgment. 14. It is Customers responsibility to provide a suitable training site for
the training seminar. This site may be on or off of Customers property
12. Audio and/or videotaping of the training seminar is prohibited depending upon space and facility requirements. Bosch Rexroth
unless Customer has been provided a written exception by the Bosch believes that the environment of the training site can contribute greatly
Rexroth Training Department prior to Customers issuance of a pur- to the success of the training seminar.
chase order for training.
15. If any classroom, classroom equipment, hardware or software
13. Prior to the training event, any requested changes to Bosch provided by the customer for use by Bosch Rexroth in the delivery of
Rexroths training proposal will result in a Training Proposal Adden- training to the customer is not provided as agreed, Bosch Rexroth will
dum. All changes or modifications to this proposal must be made prior not be responsible for any associated inconvenience or disruption
to Customers issuance of a purchase order. The purchase order from caused to the training delivery and reserves the right to invoice for the
your company to the Bosch Rexroth (or its authorized distributor) will training delivery in full.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation Bosch Rexroth Canada
Hydraulics 3426 Mainway Drive
2315 City Line Road Burlington, Ontario
Bethlehem, PA 18017-2131 L7M 1J5
Telephone (610) 694-8300 Telephone (905) 335-5511
Facsimile (610) 694-8467 Facsimile (905) 335-4184
www.boschrexroth-us.com www.boschrexroth.ca

RA00370
Edition: 10.2016
Replaces RA00370, Edition: 11.2015
Bosch Rexroth Corporation

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