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Sidel Technical Training

Catalogue 2016
Inhancing skills and increasing
performance

sidel.com
Invest in your team and increase returns

PRODUCTION BENEFITS
 Minimise reaction time
 Reduce production stops
 Enhance efficiency
 Improve line & format change
 Increase overall safety
 Boost productivity and improve
your bottom line

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Stay on top of technology

COMBINE EQUIPMENT AND EXPERTISE


 Staff ensures safety,  Over 5000 people are trained
product quality and by Sidel every year to advance
productivity of the line skills and adapt to changes
 More advanced knowledge  Customised training enhances
and skills are needed  Productivity
 Product quality
 Safety

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Inspire a proactive work culture

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
 Empower your workforce
 Increase motivation, engagement
and commitment
 Strengthen employee expertise
and team spirit
 Personalised training
 Online courses
 On-the-job training
 Practical and classroom lessons
 Virtual production simulation

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Get global knowledge at a local level

CUSTOMISED PROGRAMME
 Meet employee's  Our global production experts
specific needs  Have years of international field
experience
 Training based on your
 Speak multiple languages
line's features
 On-site, online or at one of
 No competitors in the
our 8 global training centres
room with you
 For on-site training planned
around your production
schedule

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Target training and expand abilities

COMPETENCE AUDIT
 Define roles and assess abilities
 Get overview of employee skills
 Receive a customised report
and targeted training
 Track results during and
after training
 Maximise employee potential
 Get the best return on investment

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Training worldwide

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Create your custom programme

ONLINE TRAINING PORTFOLIO


 Over 350 courses available
 Combine courses the way you want it
 Explore online at
www.sidel.com/training
 Get in contact with a Sidel training
expert and start customising your
training today

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Contents

SECTION 1:
CHAPTER PAGE
TECHNOLOGIES
Blowing and Coating 1.1 12
Filling 1.2 44
Aseptic and Sensitive Filling 1.3 75
Combi 1.4 112
Mixing and Cleaning 1.5 113
Labelling 1.6 124
Partners and Sub Suppliers 1.7 144
EITTM 1.8 231

SECTION 2: TECHNICAL
CHAPTER PAGE
MANAGERIAL TRAINING
Line Operation 2 238
Line Concept and Design 2 239
OEE Management
and Improvement 2 240
of a Beverage Line

ANNEX 1: STRATEGIC INITIATIVES PROGRAMS

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Index Chapter 1.1
BLOWING AND COATING
Equipment courses

SBO MATRIX
Machine Operation Fundamentals 14
Advanced Machine Operation 15
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 16
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 17
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 18

SBO Universal™ and High Speed (XS)


Machine Operation Fundamentals 19
Advanced Machine Operation 20
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 21
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 22
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 23

SBO Universal™ Predis C5


Machine Operation Fundamentals 24
Advanced Machine Operation 25
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 26
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 27
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 28

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Index Chapter 1.1
BLOWING AND COATING
Equipment courses

SBO compact 4
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 29

SBO Series2 and Series2+


Advanced Machine Operation 30
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 31
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 32
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 33

SBO Series1
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 34
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 35

Actis 20
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 36

Actis 48
Advanced Machine Operation (Experienced Customers) 37

Blowing Process
Initiation 38
Correction 39
Creation 40

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BLOWING – Matrix

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures) Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
SBO Matrix MOF-SBOMAT Training Solution Leader
 Changeover overview

3 days

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BLOWING – Matrix

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 In-depth coverage of machine sub-assemblies  Operators
 More time for practice  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Basic settings
 Sub-assemblies (Hands-on) Requirements
 Safety (machine and operator)*  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine presentation*  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Functional groups and settings  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel
 Oven  Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Transfer  HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
SBO Matrix AMO-SBOMAT Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
8 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Matrix

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation*
 Functional groups and settings
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
SBO Matrix AMO-SBOMAT Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures

4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Matrix

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance, reducing  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
the number of breaks in production and rationalising  Master machine operating principles
the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Preform feeder Requirements
 Oven  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1 day of practice
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Filters
 HMI Practical information
 Maintenance category
 Options category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Troubleshooting SBO Matrix MEM-SBOMAT Training Solution Leader

4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Matrix

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out troubleshooting of machine  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
electrics, reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment and calibration of
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel Requirements
 Oven  Bottle exit  Master universal machine sub-assemblies
 Transfer
 Electrical and basic automation skill
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  A machine must be available the last day (full day stopped)
 Synchronisation  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Diagnostic page
 Fluids circuit
 Electrical system Practical information
 Electricity and HMI
 Maintenance category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Options category
 Maintenance servicing procedures SBO Matrix ELM-SBOMAT Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting and main alarms
4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Oven  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bottle exit
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures) Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) SBO UniversalTM AMO-SBOUNI
 Changeover overview Training Solution Leader
SBO UniversalTM XS AMO-SBOUXS

3 days per category


of machine

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BLOWING – UniversalTM

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 In-depth coverage of machine sub-assemblies  Operators
 More time for practice  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Basic settings
 Sub-assemblies (Hands-on) Requirements
 Safety (machine and operator)*  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine presentation*  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Functional groups and settings  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel
 Oven  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bottle exit
 Transfer  HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
Practical information
 Electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) SBO UniversalTM AMO-SBOUNI
Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* SBO UniversalTM XS AMO-SBOUXS
 Changeover procedures 8 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation*
 Functional groups and settings
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* SBO UniversalTM AMO-SBOUNI
 Changeover procedures Training Solution Leader
SBO UniversalTM XS AMO-SBOUXS

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance, reducing  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
the number of breaks in production and rationalising  Master machine operating principles
the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Carry out adjustments, calibration and lubrication of
 Preform feeder Requirements
 Oven  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1 day of practice
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Filters
 HMI Practical information
 Maintenance category
 Options category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
SBO UniversalTM MEM-SBOUNI
 Troubleshooting Training Solution Leader
SBO UniversalTM XS MEM-SBOUXS

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out troubleshooting of machine  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
electrics, reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment and calibration of
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel Requirements
 Oven  Bottle exit  Master universal machine sub-assemblies
 Transfer
 Machine HW configuration  Electrical and basic automation skill
 All sensors function and settings  A machine must be available the last day (full day stopped)
 Synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Diagnostic page
 Fluids circuit
 Electrical system Practical information
 Electricity and HMI
 Maintenance category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Options category
 Maintenance servicing SBO UniversalTM ELM-SBOUNI
Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting and main alarms SBO UniversalTM XS ELM-SBOUXS

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM Predis C5

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Clean preform feeder  Oven with UV lamp  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Predis C5  Transfer and disinfection  Machine availability for 1h/day
 UV rail  Blowing wheel
 Dedust system  Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Predis  HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures)
 Basic maintenance Practical information
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview SBO UniversalTM
MOF-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader
PREDIS C5

4 days

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BLOWING – UniversalTM Predis C5

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 In-depth coverage of machine sub-assemblies  Operators
 More time for practice  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Basic settings  Sub-assemblies
 Safety (machine and operator)* (Hands-on) Requirements
 Machine presentation*  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Functional groups and settings  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Clean preform feeder  Oven with UV lamp  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Predis C5  Transfer and disinfection
 UV rail  Blowing wheel  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Dedust system  Bottle exit
 Predis  HMI operator level Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic line
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance SBO UniversalTM
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) AMO-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader
PREDIS C5
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures 10 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM Predis C5

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Clean preform feeder  Oven with UV lamp Requirements
 Predis C5  Transfer and disinfection  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 UV rail  Blowing wheel
 Dedust system  Bottle exit  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Predis  HMI operator level  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance Practical information
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures SBO UniversalTM
AMO-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader
PREDIS C5

10 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM Predis C5

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance, reducing  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
the number of breaks in production and rationalising  Master machine operating principles
the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Clean preform feeder  Oven with UV lamp Requirements
 Predis C5  Transfer and disinfection  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 UV rail  Blowing wheel
 Dedust system  Bottle exit  Machine availability for 1 day for practice
 Predis  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Filters
 HMI Practical information
 Maintenance category
 Options category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
SBO UniversalTM
 Troubleshooting MEM-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader
PREDIS C5

5 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – UniversalTM Predis C5

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out troubleshooting of machine  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
electrics, reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment and calibration of
 Clean preform feeder  Oven with UV lamp Requirements
 Predis C5  Transfer and disinfection  Master universal machine sub-assemblies
 UV rail  Blowing wheel
 Dedust system  Bottle exit  Electrical and basic automation skill
 Machine HW configuration  A machine must be available the last day (full day stopped)
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Diagnostic page
 Fluids circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 Electricity and HMI MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance category
 Options category SBO UniversalTM
ELM-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader
 Maintenance servicing PREDIS C5
 Troubleshooting and main alarms
4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Compact

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation*
 Functional groups and settings
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures SBO Compact AMO-SBOPC5 Training Solution Leader

3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series2 and Series2+

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 In-depth coverage of machine sub-assemblies  Operators
 More time for practice  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Basic settings
 Sub-assemblies (Hands-on) Requirements
 Safety (machine and operator)*  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine presentation*  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Functional groups and settings  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel
 Oven  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bottle exit
 Transfer  HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) SBO Series2
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* AMO-SBOSE2 Training Solution Leader
SBO Series2+
 Changeover procedures
8 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series2 and Series2+

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation*
 Functional groups and settings
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* SBO Series2
 Changeover procedures AMO-SBOSE2 Training Solution Leader
SBO Series2+

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series2 and Series2+

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance, reducing  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
the number of breaks in production and rationalising  Master machine operating principles
the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Preform feeder Requirements
 Oven  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1 day for practice
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Filters
 HMI Practical information
 Maintenance category
 Options category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
SBO Series2
 Troubleshooting MEM-SBOSE2 Training Solution Leader
SBO Series2+

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series2 and Series2+

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out troubleshooting of machine  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
electrics, reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration
 Preform feeder  Blowing wheel Requirements
 Oven  Bottle exit  Master universal machine sub-assemblies
 Transfer
 Machine HW configuration  Electrical and basic automation skill
 All sensors function and settings  A machine must be available the last day (full day stopped)
 Synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Diagnostic page
 Fluids circuit
 Electrical system Practical information
 Electricity and HMI
 Maintenance category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Options category
 Maintenance servicing SBO Series2
ELM-SBOSE2 Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting and main alarms SBO Series2+

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series 1

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine presentation*
 Functional groups and settings
Requirements
 Preform feeder  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Oven  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures SBO Series1 AMO-SBOSE1 Training Solution Leader

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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BLOWING – Series 1

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance, reducing  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
the number of breaks in production and rationalising  Master machine operating principles
the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustment and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Carry out adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Preform feeder Requirements
 Oven  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer
 Blowing wheel  Machine availability for 1 day for practice
 Bottle exit  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Filters
 HMI Practical information
 Maintenance category
 Options category MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
 Troubleshooting SBO Series1 MEM-SBOSE1 Training Solution Leader

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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COATING – Actis 20

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Bottle feeding system Requirements
 Transfer  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Treatment wheel
 Vacuum description  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Gas circuit  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Pneumatic panel
 Inblower  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI operator level
 Kinematics and synchronisation
Practical information
 Belts and torque limiters
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. To technical manual)
 Leak detection SBO Series1 AMO-SBOA20 Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover procedures 4 days

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COATING – Actis 48

Advanced Machine Operation


(Experienced Customers)
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Bottle feeding system  Robot Requirements
 Bottle conveying  HMI operator level  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Inblower  Gas panel supply and
 Vacuum acetylene gas diagram  Basic machine operation training or skills audit
 Mobile wheel  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Kinematics/synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and settings (L2 ref. To technical manual) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Leak detection
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) ACTIS 48 AMO-SBOA48 Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures
4 days

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BLOWING – PROCESS

Process Initiation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, understand  Know the parameters of different processes
production quality parameters better  Understand the influence of the process parameters
 Understand oven regulation (according to machine specification)
 Master basic process settings
 Check quality of processed item

Content Target audience


 PET characteristics  All new customers
 How to produce a preform  New operators
 Bi-orientation
 How to warm up a preform
Requirements
 To master the concerned machine operation
 Heat regulation
 Prerequisite: fundamentals of machine operation
 Bottles
 Machine availability for 1h/day
 How to blow a bottle
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Cooling phase
 Environment Practical information
 Different bottle shapes
 PCC MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Oven module
 Wheel module Blowing machine INI-SBO Training Solution Leader
 Load a recipe

2 days per category


of machine

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BLOWING – PROCESS

Process Correction

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, control production  Master the process parameters
quality parameters better  Know how to modify an existing process
 Modify machine settings to achieve specified quality of bottles
 Save a recipe
 Check quality of processed item

Content Target audience


 Modification of existing process parameters  Operators with extensive experience (6 months)
 PET characteristics  Team leaders
 How to produce a preform
 Bi-orientation
Requirements
 To master the operation of the machine covered
 How to warm up a preform
 Prerequisite: fundamentals of machine operation
 Heat regulation
 Machine availability a half day (last day)
 Bottles
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 How to blow a bottle
 Cooling phase Practical information
 Environment
 Different bottle shapes MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 How to react
 Analysis of bottle defects Blowing machine COR-SBO Training Solution Leader

 PCC
 Oven module  Save/load a recipe 3 days per category
 Wheel module of machine

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BLOWING – PROCESS

Process Creation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, learn how to create  Master the process parameters
a new production process  Learn how to initiate a new process
 Configure an SBO machine in order to reach bottle quality
 Check bottle quality
 React properly when faced with bottle defects

Content Target audience


 Setting all the process parameters  Team leaders with extensive experience
 PET characteristics
 How to produce a preform
Requirements
 To master the operation of the machine covered
 Bi-orientation
 Prerequisite: fundamentals of machine operations
 How to warm up a preform
 Machine availability a half day (last day)
 Heat regulation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bottles
 How to blow a bottle
 Cooling phase Practical information
 Environment
 How to create a process MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Different bottle shapes
 How to react Blowing machine CRE-SBO Training Solution Leader

 Analysis of bottle defects


4 days per category
 PCC
of machine
 Process module  Save/load a recipe

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Training cards summary
Blowers Table 1 – Chapter 1.1
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SBO Matrix
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 3 MOF-SBOMAT
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 8 AMO-SBOMAT
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 4 AMO-SBOMAT
(Experienced Customers)
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4 MEM-SBOMAT
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4 ELM-SBOMAT
SBO Universal SBO Universal XS
MOF-SBOUNI
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 3
MOF-SBOUXS
AMO-SBOUNI
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 8
AMO-SBOUXS

Advanced Machine Operation AMO-SBOUNI


✓ 4
(Experienced Customers) AMO-SBOUXS
MEM-SBOUNI
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4
MEM-SBOUXS
ELM-SBOUNI
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4
ELM-SBOUXS

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Training cards summary
Blowers Table 2 – Chapter 1.1
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SBO UniversalTM Predis C5
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 4 MOF-SBOPC5
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 10 AMO-SBOPC5
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 5 AMO-SBOPC5
(Experienced Customers)
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 5 MEM-SBOPC5
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4 ELM-SBOPC5
SBO Compact
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-SBOCO4
SBO Series2 and Series2+
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 8 AMO-SBOSE2
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 4 AMO-SBOSE2
(Experienced Customers)
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4 MEM-SBOSE2

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Training cards summary
Blowers Table 3 – Chapter 1.1
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SBO Series2 and Series2+
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4 ELM-SBOSE2
SBO Series 1
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 4 AMO-SBOSE1
(Experienced Customers)
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4 MEM-SBOSE1
ACTIS 20
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 4 AMO-SBOA20
(Experienced Customers)
ACTIS 48
Advanced Machine Operation
✓ 4 AMO-SBOA48
(Experienced Customers)
PROCESS
Process Initiation ✓ 2 INI-SBO
Process Correction ✓ 3 COR-SBO
Process Creation ✓ 4 CRE-SBO

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Index Chapter 1.2
FILLING
Equipment courses

SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT


Machine Operation Fundamentals 47
Advanced Machine Operation 48
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 49
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 50
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 51

Eurotronica
Machine Operation Fundamentals 52
Advanced Machine Operation 53
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 54
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 55
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 56

Eurostar
Machine Operation Fundamentals 57
Advanced Machine Operation 58
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 59
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 60
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 61

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Index Chapter 1.2
FILLING
Equipment courses

Eurostar Evolution
Advanced Machine Operation 62
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 63
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 64
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 65

Europa WM
Advanced Machine Operation 66
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 67
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 68
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 69

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Index Chapter 1.2
FILLING
Process courses

Water and CSD Filling Technologies 70


Beer Filling Technologies 71

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FILLING – SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 Understand and use Sidel vocabulary

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine range
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Supply module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Infeed module  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Exit module
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview Water Filler (RMC) MOF – FILRMC
CSD Filler (RMB) MOF – FILRMB Training Solution Leader
Beer Filler (RML) MOF – FILRML
2 days per category
of machine

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FILLING – SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module  Carousel module Requirements
 Infeed module  Exit module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 HMI  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Operator level  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system
Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to the machine manual
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* Water Filler (RMC) AMO – FILRMC
 Changeover procedures CSD Filler (RMB) AMO – FILRMB Training Solution Leader
Beer Filler (RML) AMO – FILRML
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)
3 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description Practical information
 Main groups maintenance activities according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual Water Filler (RMC) MEM – FILRMC
CSD Filler (RMB) MEM – FILRMB Training Solution Leader
Beer Filler (RML) MEM – FILRML
3 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to react properly when faced with main electrical faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Electrical maintenance team
 Main adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
Water Filler (RMC) ELM – FILRMC
 Main groups maintenance activities according
CSD Filler (RMB) ELM – FILRMB Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
Beer Filler (RML) ELM – FILRML
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 4 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – SF 100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Kinematics and synchronisation > Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
Water Filler (RMC) MME – FILRMC
 Main groups maintenance activities according
CSD Filler (RMB) MME – FILRMB Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
Beer Filler (RML) MME – FILRML
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 7 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurotronica

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 Understand and use Sidel vocabulary

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine range
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Supply module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Infeed module  Machine availability for 2h/day
 transfer module
 Carousel module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Exit module
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview Eurotronica FM LT (RVL) MOF – FILRVL Training Solution Leader

2 days

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FILLING – Eurotronica

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Eurotronica FM LT (RVL) AMO – FILRVL Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual) 3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurotronica

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description Practical information
 Main groups maintenance activities according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual
Eurotronica FM LT (RVL) MEM – FILRVL Training Solution Leader

3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurotronica

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to react properly when faced with main electrical faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Electrical maintenance team
 Main adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurotronica FM LT (RVL) ELM – FILRVL Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurotronica

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Kinematics and synchronisation > Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurotronica FM LT (RVL) MME – FILRVL Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 7 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 Understand and use Sidel vocabulary

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine range
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Supply module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Infeed module  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Exit module
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview Eurostar HS Plastic (REP) MOF – FILRPE Training Solution Leader

2 days

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FILLING – Eurostar

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Eurostar HS Plastic (REP) AMO – FILRPE Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual) 3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description Practical information
 Main groups maintenance activities according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual
Eurostar HS Plastic (REP) MEM – FILRPE Training Solution Leader

3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to react properly when faced with main electrical faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Electrical maintenance team
 Main adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar HS Plastic (REP) ELM – FILRPE Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 2 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

Page 58 Sidel Technical Training Catalogue 2016 - Public


FILLING – Eurostar

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Kinematics and synchronisation > Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar HS Plastic (REP) MME – FILRPE Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 5 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar Evolution

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module  Carousel module Requirements
 Infeed module  Exit module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 Machine availability for 3h/day
 HMI
 Operator level  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Fluids and pneumatic line
 Electrical system Practical information
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to the machine manual
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* Eurostar Evolution (REB) AMO – FILREB Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures
2-3 days to be checked
 Basic troubleshooting (according to the machine manual)
with your Training
Solution Leader

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar Evolution

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description Practical information
 Main groups maintenance activities according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual
Eurostar Evolution (REB) MEM – FILREB Training Solution Leader

3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

Page 61 Sidel Technical Training Catalogue 2016 - Public


FILLING – Eurostar Evolution

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to react properly when faced with main electrical faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Electrical maintenance team
 Main adjustments and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar Evolution (REB) MME – FILREB Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 4 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Eurostar Evolution

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Kinematics and synchronisation > Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar Evolution (REB) MME – FILREB Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 7 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

Page 63 Sidel Technical Training Catalogue 2016 - Public


FILLING – Europa WM

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Eurostar WM (RFE) AMO – FILRFE Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual) 3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Europa WM

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description Practical information
 Main groups maintenance activities according
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual
Eurostar WM (RFE) MEM – FILRFE Training Solution Leader

3 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Europa WM

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to react properly when faced with main electrical faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Electrical maintenance team
 Main adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar WM (RFE) ELM – FILRFE Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 2 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – Europa WM

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Understand main adjustment
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Kinematics and synchronisation > Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities according Eurostar WM (RFE) MME – FILRFE Training Solution Leader
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according
to machine manual and main alarms 5 days

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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FILLING – PROCESS

Water and CSD Filling Technologies

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understand all aspects of water  Provide basic skills and knowledge on bottle-filling
and CSD filling technologies and can-filling systems in production lines
 Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Products (CSD and water)  Maintenance staff
 Containers (PET bottles, glass bottles, cans)  Machine operators
 Filler range (products and speed)
 Filling processes
Requirements
 Overview of the filling process  No requirements needed
 Different functioning principles of filling systems
(Mechanical, electronic, electropneumatic) applied to
different containers (PET bottles, glass bottles, cans)
and different products (CSD and water)
 Type of filling valve
 Mechanical Practical information
 Electropneumatic
 Technological performances MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Fillers CSD – FIL Training Solution Leader

2 days (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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FILLING – PROCESS

Beer Filling Technologies

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understand all aspects of beer-filling technologies  Provide basic skills and knowledge on bottle-filling
and can-filling systems in production lines
 Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Products (beer)  Maintenance staff
 Containers (PET bottles, glass bottles, cans)  Machine operators
 Filler range (products and speed)
 Filling processes
Requirements
 Overview of the filling process  No requirements needed
 Different functioning principles of filling systems
(mechanical, electronic, electropneumatic) applied
to different containers (PET bottles, glass bottles,
cans) and different products (beer)
 Type of filling valve
 Mechanical Practical information
 Electropneumatic
 Technological performances MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Fillers BEE – FIL Training Solution Leader

2 days

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Training cards summary
Filling Table 1 – Chapter 1.2
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SF100 FM, SF 300 FM, SF 300 FM LT (RMB, RMC,RML)
MOF-FILRMC
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 2 MOF-FILRMB
MOF-FILRML
AMO-FILRMC
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILRMB
AMO-FILRML
MEM-FILRMC
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-FILRMB
MEM-FILRML
ELM-FILRMC
Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
4 ELM-FILRMB
ELM-FILRML
MME-FILRMC
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
7 MME-FILRMB
Mechanical and Electrical
MME-FILRML

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Training cards summary
Filling Table 2 – Chapter 1.2
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Eurotronica FM LT (RVL)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 2 MOF-FILRVL
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILRVL
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-FILRVL

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
4 ELM-FILRVL

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
7 MME-FILRVL
Mechanical and Electrical
Eurostar HS plastic (REP)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 2 MOF-FILREP
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILREP
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-FILREP

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
2 ELM-FILREP

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-FILREP
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Filling Table 3 – Chapter 1.2
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Eurostar Evolution(REB)
Available
Advanced Machine Operation on request
2-3 AMO-FILREB

Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-FILREB

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
4 ELM-FILREB

Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Available


on request
7 MME-FILREB
Electrical
Europa WM (RFE)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILRFE
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-FILRFE

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
2 ELM-FILRFE

Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Available


on request
5 MME-FILRFE
Electrical
Process

Water and CSD Filling Technologies Available 2 CSD-FIL


on request

Beer Filling Technologies Available 2 BEE-FIL


on request

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Index Chapter 1.3
ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING
Equipment courses

Sensofill FMa
Machine Operation Fundamentals 78
Advanced Machine Operation 79
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 80
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 81
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 82
Automation (Basic) 83

FMm
Machine Operation Fundamentals 84
Advanced Machine Operation 85
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 86
Automation (Basic) 87

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Index Chapter 1.3
ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING
Equipment courses

SF700 FM-SF700 ISD


Machine Operation Fundamentals 88
Advanced Machine Operation 89
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 90
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 91
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 92

Veloce
Advanced Machine Operation 93
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 94

Veloce ISD-Veloce FM
Advanced Machine Operation 95
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 96

FM C-UC
Advanced Machine Operation 97
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 98
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 99
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 100

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Index Chapter 1.3
ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING
Process courses

Hygiene and Quality (HACCP) 101


Sensitive Products and Aseptic Filling Technologies 102
Clean In Place (CIP) - Aseptic Lines 103
Clean Out of Place (COP) - Aseptic Lines 104
Sterilisation In Place (SIP) - Aseptic Lines 105
Sterilisation Out of Place (SOP) - Aseptic Lines 106
Bottles Treatment Process 107
Beverage Closure Technology: Capping 108

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Machine range  New operators
 Functional groups  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Bottle decontamination
 Cap feeding Requirements
 Transfer
 Filling  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Closing module  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle out feed
 Control of bottle parameters  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI (main family)
 Process cycle operation
 CIP/SIP unit (Cleaning/Sterilisation In Place)
 PAA (Peracetic Acid) and Sterile Water unit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
COMBI SENSOFILL FMa MOF – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS Fma
4 days per category
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Operator safety  Operators
 Food safety  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine and kinematics line
 Sub-assemblies
Requirements
 Bottle decontamination  Bottle outfeed  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Caps feeding  Control of bottle parameters  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Transfer  Isolator
 Filling  HMI  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Closing module
 SOP and COP unit (Sterilisation/Cleaning Outside Place)
Practical information
 Process
 CIP and SIP unit ( Cleaning/Sterilisation In Place)
 APA (Peracetic Acid) platform and sterile water MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operation mode SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
 Format/product changeover COMBI SENSOFILL FMa AMO – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS Fma
 Technical documentation
4 days per category
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Advanced Mechanical
Maintenance
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and lowering reaction time
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
Practical information
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Troubleshooting MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
COMBI SENSOFILL FMa MEM – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS Fma
4 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical and basic automation skill
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Fluids circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 HMI description MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
 Troubleshooting and main alarms COMBI SENSOFILL FMa ELM – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS Fma
4 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
 Lubricate the machine
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  React properly when faced with
 Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost a mechanical or electrical fault
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine
synchronisation

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical and Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustments
 Machine HW configuration
Requirements
 Mechanical and Electrical knowledge
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Electrical system
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing
 Filling system diagnostic and troubleshooting
 Capping system diagnostic and troubleshooting Practical information
 Troubleshooting and main alarms
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
COMBI SENSOFILL FMa MME – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS Fma
5 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMa

Automation (Basic)

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Speed up fault analysis and minimise  Resolve an automation/electric problem
the machine downtime  React properly when faced with surrounding problems
 Resolve a filling problem
 Master the structure of the automation system, PLC, HMI
 Deepen his/her knowledge about the hardware and software architecture

Content Target audience


 General presentation of the machine  New customers
 Machine and process implantation  Automation experts and electricians
 Cleaning cycles
 Hard architecture Requirements
 Filling system  Automation and electricity: Good basic knowledge
 Operation
 Parameters and registration  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Software architecture  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Sequencers
 Machine sequencers
 Process sequencers Practical information
 SFA (Sidel Filling Aseptic): Customer's process exchanges
 Peripherals (information) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Screwdriver SENSOFILL FMa (RFH)
 Elevator of caps (cap feeder)
COMBI SENSOFILL FMa AUT – FILRFH Training Solution Leader
 Marking
 Inspection COMBI PREDIS Fma
5 days per category
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMm

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Machine range  New operators
 Functional groups  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Bottle decontamination
 Cap feeding Requirements
 Transfer
 Filling  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Closing module  Machine availability for 1h/day
 Bottle out feed
 Control of bottle parameters  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI (main family)
 Process cycle operation
 CIP/SIP unit (Cleaning/Sterilisation In Place) Practical information
 PAA (Peracetic Acid) & Sterile Water unit
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview SENSOFILL FMm (RFG)
MOF – FILRFG Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS FMm

4 days per category


of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMm

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Operator safety  Operators
 Food safety  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine and kinematics line
 Sub-assemblies
Requirements
 Bottle decontamination  Bottle outfeed  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Caps feeding  Control of bottle parameters  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Transfer  Isolator
 Filling  HMI  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Closing module
 SOP and COP unit (Sterilisation/Cleaning Outside Place)
Practical information
 Process
 CIP and SIP unit (Cleaning/Sterilisation In Place)
 APA (Peracetic Acid) platform and sterile water MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operation mode SENSOFILL FMm (RFG)
AMO – FILRFG Training Solution Leader
 Format/product changeover COMBI PREDIS FMm
 Technical documentation
4 days per category
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMm

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustment and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Maintenance technician safety  Maintenance team
 Principles of food conditioning
 Protection system (isolator)  Hygienic rules Requirements
 Machine presentation  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Sub-assemblies and settings  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Bottle decontamination  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Caps feeding  Bottle outfeed
 Transfer  Control of bottle parameters
 Filling  Isolator
 Closing module  HMI
 Kinematics line Practical information
 Process
 CIP and SIP unit (Cleaning/Sterilisation In Place) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 APA platform and sterile water (Peracetic Acid)
SENSOFILL FMm (RFG)
 Electricity MME – FILRFG Training Solution Leader
COMBI PREDIS FMm
 Detector localisation
 Preventive maintenance 4 days per category
 Technical documentation of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Sensofill FMm

Automation (Basic)

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Speed up fault analysis and minimise  Resolve an automation/electric problem
the machine downtime  React properly when faced with surrounding problems
 Resolve a filling problem
 Master the structure of the automation system, PLC, HMI
 Deepen his/her knowledge about the hardware and software architecture

Content Target audience


 General presentation of the machine  New customers
 Machine and process implantation  Automation experts and electricians
 Cleaning cycles
 Hard architecture Requirements
 Filling system  Automation and electricity: Good basic knowledge
 Operation
 Parameters and registration  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Software architecture  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Sequencers
 Machine sequencers
 Process sequencers Practical information
 SFA (Sidel Filling Aseptic): Customer's process exchanges
 Peripherals (information) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Screwdriver
 SENSOFILL FMm (RFG)
Elevator of caps (cap feeder) AUT – FILRFG Training Solution Leader
 Marking COMBI PREDIS FMm
 Inspection
5 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – SF 700 FM, SF700 ISD

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand the changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 Understand and use Sidel vocabulary

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Changeover overview SF700 FM/ISD (RMH) MOF – FILRMH Training Solution Leader

2 days per category


of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – SF 700 FM, SF700 ISD

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine range*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
SF700 FM/ISD (RMH) AMO – FILRMH Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
3 days per category
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – SF 700 FM, SF700 ISD

Advanced Mechanical
Maintenance
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustments and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
Practical information
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance activities according MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
to machine manual
 Resolution of main faults according to machine manual SF700 FM/ISD (RMH) MEM – FILRMH Training Solution Leader

3 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – SF 700 FM, SF700 ISD

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine electrical trouble-  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
shooting operation, reducing the production stops  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical and basic automation skill
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
Practical information
 Electrical system
 HMI description MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Main groups maintenance activities according
to machine manual SF700 FM/ISD (RMH) ELM – FILRMH Training Solution Leader
 Resolution of main faults according to machine
manual and main alarms
4 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – SF 700 FM, SF700 ISD

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustment
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description
Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Main groups maintenance activities according
to machine manual SF700 FM/ISD (RMH) MME – FILRMH Training Solution Leader
 Resolution of main faults according to machine
manual and main alarms
7 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Veloce

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Veloce (RAD) AMO – FILRAD Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
3 days per category
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual) of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Veloce

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustment
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description
Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Main groups maintenance activities according
to machine manual Veloce (RAD) MME – FILRAD Training Solution Leader
 Resolution of main faults according to machine
manual and main alarms
5 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Veloce ISD and FM

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual Veloce ISD (RVI) AMO – FILRVI
Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* Veloce FM (RVH) AMO – FILRVH
 Changeover procedures
3 days per category
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Veloce ISD and FM

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustment
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustment and calibration of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description
Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Main groups maintenance activities according
to machine manual Veloce ISD (RVI) MME – FILRVI
Training Solution Leader
Veloce FM (RVH) MME – FILRVH
 Resolution of main faults according to machine
manual and main alarms
Contact your TSL

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Eurotronica FM C-UC

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand how to change customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI
 Operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical
Eurotronica FM C – UC (RVU) AMO – FILRVU Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
 Changeover procedures
4 days per category
 Basic troubleshooting
of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Eurotronica FM C-UC

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustment
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Perform adjustments, calibration and lubrication
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine timing
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description
Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Main groups maintenance
 Troubleshooting and main alarms Eurotronica FM C – UC (RVU) MME – FILRVU Training Solution Leader

7 days per category


of machine

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Eurotronica FM C-UC

Advanced Mechanical
Maintenance
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustment and settings activities
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Understand how to lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Mechanical maintenance team
 Main adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Mechanical knowledge
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
according to the machine manual
 Machine timing
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
Practical information
 HMI description
 Main groups maintenance MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Troubleshooting
Eurotronica FM C – UC (RVU) MEM – FILRVU Training Solution Leader

4 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – Eurotronica FM C-UC

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out troubleshooting of machine  Master machine operating principles (electrical part)
electrics, reducing the number of breaks in production  Troubleshoot an electrical or communication breakdown
 Identify and adjust the machine's main electrical components
 React properly when facing machine breakdown

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Customer electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment and calibration for
 Supply module Requirements
 Infeed module  Electrical and basic automation skill
 Transfer module
 Carousel module  Machine availability for 3h/day for practice
 Exit module  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine timing
 Fluids circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 HMI description MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
 Troubleshooting and main alarms Eurotronica FM C – UC (RVU) ELM – FILRVU Training Solution Leader

5 days per category


of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Hygiene and Quality (HACCP)

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understand all aspects concerning aseptic  Know about quality and food safety concept
filling technologies  Know microbial hazards
 Know cleaning and disinfecting procedures
 Know good maintenance practices
 Know HACCP method

Content Target audience


 Quality and food safety concept  Maintenance staff, shift leaders, control quality teams
 Hazard definition and microbiological hazard  New operators, line supervisors
 Main micro-organisms and consequences on products
 Growth and destruction parameters
Requirements
 Master aseptic line production and quality control
 How to prevent occurrence of hazards
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 General good manufacturing practices on Sidel filler
 Cleaning and disinfecting
 Definition of CIP, COP, SIP, SOP
(Cleaning/Sterilisation In/Outside Place) Practical information
 Cleaning plan  HACCP
 Associated safety rules  Control procedures MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
on Sidel filler
 Visualisation of material
 Frequency and materials
and skid dedicated All aseptic equipments HAC – ASF Training Solution Leader
 Methods to follow
to cleaning and disinfecting
 Good practices for
 Good maintenance practices efficient quality control
in sterile area 4 days

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Sensitive Products
Filling Technologies
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Becoming skilled in the filling process of the machine,  Provide basic skills and knowledge on bottle filling systems
able to detect and prevent possible malfunctioning  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Products (sensitive products)  Maintenance staff
 Containers (PET bottles)  Machine operators
 Filler range (products and speed)
 Filling processes
Requirements
 Overview of the filling process  No requirements needed
 Functioning principles of filling system
 Technological performance
 Control of aseptic conditions
 Nitrogen consumption
 Air and nitrogen measurement
 Levels measurement Practical information
 Closure tests
 Chemical residues MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Aseptic Fillers SAP – ASF Training Solution Leader

1 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Clean In Place (CIP) Process

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Acquire the correct knowledge on the management  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the Clean In Place (CIP) process
of cleaning procedures  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to Clean In Place (CIP) systems  Maintenance staff
 Types of cleaning solutions to be prepared  Machine operators
 Processes needed for their preparation
 The Clean In Place process phases Requirements
 For each phase  No requirements needed
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
 Online measurement systems
 Safety aspects
Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

CIP system – Water line CIP – ASF Training Solution Leader

0.5 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Clean Out of Place (COP) Process

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Acquire the correct knowledge on the management  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the Clean Out of Place (COP) process
of cleaning procedures  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to Clean Out Of Place (COP) systems  Maintenance staff
 Types of cleaning solutions to be prepared  Machine operators
 Processes needed for their preparation
 The Clean In Place (CIP) process phases Requirements
 For each phase  No requirements needed
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
 Online measurement systems
 Safety aspects
Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

COP system COP – ASF Training Solution Leader

0.5 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Sterilisation In Place (SIP) Process

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Acquire the correct knowledge on the management  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the Sterilisation In Place (SIP) process
of sterilisation procedures  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to Sterilisation In Place (SIP) systems  Maintenance staff
 Types of cleaning solutions to be prepared  Machine operators
 Processes needed for their preparation
 The Clean In Place (CIP) phases Requirements
 For each phase  No requirements needed
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
 Online measurement systems
 Safety aspects
Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

SIP system – Water line SIP – ASF Training Solution Leader

0.5 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Sterilisation Out of Place


(SOP) Process
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Acquire the correct knowledge on the management  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the Sterilisation Out Of Place (SOP) process
of sterilisation procedures  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to Sterilisation Out of Place (SOP) systems  Maintenance staff
 Types of cleaning solutions to be prepared  Machine operators
 Processes needed for their preparation
 The Clean In Place (CIP) process phases Requirements
 For each phase  No requirements needed
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
 Online measurement systems
 Safety aspects
Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

SOP system SOP – ASF Training Solution Leader

0.5 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Bottles Treatment Process

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Acquire the correct knowledge on the management  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the bottles sterilisation process
of sterilisation procedures  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to bottles sterilisation systems  Maintenance staff
(wet and dry processes)  Machine operators
 Types of sterilising solutions to be prepared
 Processes needed for their preparation
Requirements
 The packages treatment phases
 No requirements needed
 For each phase
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
 Online measurement systems
 Safety aspects Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Aseptic Fillers Blowers BTP – ASF Training Solution Leader

0.5 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Beverage Closure Technology –
ASEPTIC AND SENSITIVE FILLING – PROCESS

Capping
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understand capping technology and  Provide basic skills and knowledge on capping systems for PET bottles
related problem solving  Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 General overview of closure systems for plastic bottles  Maintenance staff
 Bottle neck finishes  Machine operators
 Plastic closure application
 Closure delivery from storage to the bottling line Requirements
 Sterilisation before the delivery  No requirements needed
 Sorting, correct orientation/alignment
 Consistent and timely delivery to the application machinery
 Transfer from the delivery system to the bottle neck
 Screwing bottle neck
 Principles of the capping systems
 Glass closure application Practical information
 Main concepts of the  Force and speed of cap
capping process tightening
 Cap application  Capping head adjustment
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Possible problems of the capping process Capping unit BCT – ASF Training Solution Leader
 Poor cap seal and leaks
 Cap deformation/incorrect cap positioning
1 day (to be checked
 Online and offline measuring systems for capping with your Training
system quality Solution Leader)

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Training cards summary
Aseptic and Sensitive Equipment Table 1 – Chapter 1.3
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Sensofill FMa
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 4 MOF-FILRFH
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 4 AMO-FILRFH
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4 MEM-FILRFH
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4 ELM-FILRFH
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and
✓ 5 MME-FILRFH
Electrical
Automation (Basic) ✓ 5 AUT-FILRFH
FMm
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 4 MOF-FILRFG
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 4 AMO-FILRFG
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 4 MME-FILRFG
Mechanical and Electrical
Automation (Basic) ✓ 5 AUT-FILRFG

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Training cards summary
Aseptic and Sensitive Equipment Table 2 – Chapter 1.3
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SF700 FM SF700 ISD
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 2 MOF-FILRMH
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILRMH
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-FILRMH
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 4 ELM-FILRMH
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 7 MME-FILRMH
Mechanical and Electrical
Veloce (RAD)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-FILRAD
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 5 MME-FILRAD
Mechanical and Electrical
Veloce ISD (RVI) and FM (RVH)
AMO-FILRVI
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3
AMO-FILRVH

Advanced Maintenance MME-FILRVI


✓ 5
Mechanical and Electrical MME-FILRVH

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Training cards summary
Aseptic and Sensitive Equipment Table 3 – Chapter 1.3
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Eurotronica FM C-UC
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 4 AMO-FILRVU
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 7 MME-FILRVU
Mechanical and Electrical
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 4 MEM-FILRVU
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 5 ELM-FILRVU
Process
HACCP ✓ 4 HAC-ASF
Sensitive Products
✓ 1 SAP-ASF
and Aseptic Filling Technologies
Clean In Place (CIP) – Aseptic Lines ✓ 0.5 CIP-ASF
Clean Out of Place (COP) – Aseptic Lines ✓ 0.5 COP-ASF
Sterilisation In Place (SIP) – Aseptic Lines ✓ 0.5 SIP-ASF
Sterilisation Out of Place (SOP) –
✓ 0.5 SOP-ASF
Aseptic Lines
Bottles Treatment Process ✓ 0.5 BTP-ASF
Beverage Closure Technology: Capping ✓ 1 BCT-ASF

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Index Chapter 1.4
COMBI
Sidel offers an integrated system which combines blow moulding, filling and capping. The single-
enclosure machine enables you to eliminate the conveying, handling, accumulation and storage of
empty bottles – and so to reduce the number of machines,increasing package hygiene and improving
production reliability.
The system incorporates Sidel's extensive expertise in blow moulding and appropriate filling
technologies.
For training on Combi machines, please refer to the pages on Blowing, Filling, Capping, according
to the machine configuration.

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Index Chapter 1.5
MIXING AND CLEANING
Equipment courses

Starblend Evolution and SM500


Machine Operation Fundamentals 114
Advanced Machine Operation 115
Advanced Maintenance (Mechanical and Electrical) 116

Carbo and SM100/SM200


Advanced Machine Operation 117
Advanced Maintenance (Mechanical and Electrical) 118

CIP ML
Machine Operation Fundamentals 119
Advanced Machine Operation 120

Courses on Process
Beverage Production Process (CSD) 121

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MIXING & CLEANING – Starblend Evolution and SM500

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine range
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 HMI
 Operator level  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)

Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Mixer Starblend
MOF-MXCSAE
Evolution (SAE) Training Solution Leader
MOF-MXCSME
SM500 (SME)
1 day per category
of machine

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MIXING & CLEANING – Starblend Evolution and SM500

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Beverage production phases
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 HMI
 Operator level  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Practical information
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)
Mixer Starblend
AMO-MXCSAE
Evolution (SAE) Training Solution Leader
AMO-MXCSME
SM500 (SME)
2 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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MIXING & CLEANING – Starblend Evolution and SM500

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Understand main adjustment

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustments and calibration
 Beverage production phases
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine availability for 3h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI description
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities according
to machine manual Practical information
 Resolution of main faults according to machine
manual and main alarms MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Mixer Starblend
MME-MXCSAE
Evolution (SAE) Training Solution Leader
MME-MXCSME
SM500 (SME)
3 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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MIXING & CLEANING – Carbo/Carbo D and SM200/SM100

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with main machine faults

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Beverage production phases
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 HMI
 Operator level  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical according to machine manual
Practical information
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)* MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)
Carbo (SAG) AMO – MXCSAG
Carbo D (SAF) AMO – MXCSAF Training Solution Leader
SM200/SM100 AMO – MXC100
1 day per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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MIXING & CLEANING – Carbo/Carbo D and SM200/SM100

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of breaks in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Maintenance team
 Main adjustments and calibration
 Beverage production phases
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine HW configuration
 Machine availability for 3h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic circuit
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI description
 Electrical system
 Main groups maintenance activities
according to machine manual Practical information
 Resolution of main faults according to
machine manual and main alarms MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Carbo (SAG) MME – MXCSAG
Carbo D (SAF) MME – MXCSAF Training Solution Leader
SM200/SM100 MME – MXC100
2 days per category
of machine

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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MIXING & CLEANING – CIP ML

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Understand how to start and stop a production run
of breaks in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify the sub-assemblies and their function
 Use the command and control panel (basic operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine range
 Functional groups
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 HMI
 Operator level  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)

Practical information

MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT


CIP (SAT) MOF – MXCSAT Training Solution Leader
1 day to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader

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MIXING & CLEANING – CIP ML

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Understand the CIP process

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)*  Operators
 Machine presentation*  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 HMI
Requirements
 Operator level  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Fluids and pneumatic line  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Cleaning process  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)*
Practical information
 Basic troubleshooting (according to machine manual)

MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT


CIP (SAT) AMO – MXCSAT Training Solution Leader
1 day to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands-on

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MIXING & CLEANING – PROCESS

Beverage Production Process (CSD)

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understand blending technology  Provide basic skills and knowledge on the deaeration process
 Know the parameters of different processes
 Understand the influence of the process parameters

Content Target audience


 Introduction to deaeration, carbonation and blending  Maintenance staff
systems  Machine operators
 Types of products to be prepared
 Processes needed for their preparation
Requirements
 The beverage production process phases
 Deaeration  No requirements needed
 Carbonation
 Blending
 For each phase
 Description and purposes
 Principles, process and relative P&ID
 Mechanical part, instrumentation and control
Practical information
 Online and offline measurement systems

MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Mixers
Blend fill systems BPP – MXC Training Solution Leader

2 days

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Training cards summary
Mixing & Cleaning Table 1 – Chapter 1.5
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Starblend Evolution (SAE)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-MXCSAE
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-MXCSAE
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 3 MME-MXCSAE
Mechanical and Electrical
SM500 (SME)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-MXCSME
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-MXCSME
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 3 MME-MXCSME
Mechanical and Electrical
Carbo (SAG)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1 AMO-MXCSAG
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-MXCSAG
Mechanical and Electrical
SM200
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1 AMO-MXC200
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-MXC200
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Mixing & Cleaning Table 2 – Chapter 1.5
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Carbo D (SAF)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1 AMO-MXCSAF
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and
✓ 2 MME-MXCSAF
Electrical
SM100
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1 MOF-MXC100
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and
✓ 2 MME-MXC100
Electrical
CIP ML (SAT)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-MXCSAT
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1 AMO-MXCSAT
Process
Available
Beverage production Process (CSD) on request
2 BPP-MXC

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Index Chapter 1.6
LABELLING
Equipment courses
SL90
Advanced Machine Operation 126
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 127

SL70
Advanced Machine Operation 128
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 129
Automation – Electrical troubleshooting 130

Rollsleeve
Advanced Machine Operation 131
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 132

Rollquattro
Advanced Machine Operation 133
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 134

Cold Glue
Advanced Machine Operation 135
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 136

Rolladhesive
Advanced Machine Operation 137
Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 138

Hot Melt
Advanced Machine Operation & Maintenance 139

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Index Chapter 1.6
LABELLING
Equipment courses
Inverted Bottle Base
Advanced Machine Operation and Maintenance 140

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Labelling – SL90

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine groups description and functioning  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
 Cold glue group's 'Start' and 'Stop' procedures
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Settings and adjustments
 Glue flow  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Label grippers and gripping drum  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Glue pallets
 Label magazine (optional)
 Pressure Sensitive Labelling (PSL) Station procedures Practical information
 Settings and adjustments
 Master-slave System
 HMI Self Adhesive Station
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Changeover (bottle/label)
 Quality of materials: Glue, labels and bottles SL90 (EAR) AMO – LABEAR Training Solution Leader
 Ordinary maintenance 2-3 days depending of
 Troubleshooting the number of installed
modules

* Same theoretical content as in Machine Operation Fundamentals plus hands- on

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Labelling – SL90

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Machine's groups identification and functioning  Maintenance team
 HMI: Main Human Machine Interface
 Changeover (bottle/label)
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Ordinary and extraordinary maintenance (oil, grease ...)
 Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Cold glue groups maintenance
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Self-adhesive stations maintenance
 Pneumatic system
 Electrical devices
 Troubleshooting Practical information

MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

SL90 (EAR) MME – LABEAR Training Solution Leader

2 days

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lLabelling – SL70

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Manage machine production
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform change of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Winding roller Requirements
 Cutting unit  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Glue roller
 Transmission  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 HMI operator level  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Overview electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures)
 Basic maintenance: Mechanical and electrical Practical information
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
 Setting
 Synchronisation MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Carousel and MPC motors
 Blow and vacuum system (setting and regulation) SL70 AMO – LAMEAX Training Solution Leader
 Changeover bottle/label
 Troubleshooting 3 days

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Labelling – SL70

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine synchronisation
 Perform adjustments and lubrication
Requirements
 Blow and vacuum system  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Winding roller  Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Cutting unit
 Glue roller  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Transmission
 Machine HW configuration
 HMI description
Practical information
 Pneumatic system
 Electrical system and HMI
 Changeover (bottle/label) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing
 Vacuum system SL70 MME – LAMEAX Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting and main alarms
3 days

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Labelling – MATRIX SL70

Automation
Electrical Troubleshooting Pacdrive 3
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Speed up fault analysis, reducing the number of  Master machine operating principles
stops in production and minimise the machine downtime  Resolve an automation/electrical problem
 Understand and use service diagnostic tools
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with an electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Machine presentation  Electrical skill
 Machine safety circuit
 HW and Electrical components
Requirements
 Architecture  Automation and electricity: Good basic knowledge
 Communication networks  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Exchange signals
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pacdrive 3 troubleshooting
 Description and explications
 Hardware configuration
 Service LMC PacDrive 3 diagnostic
 MPC servo motors Practical information
 Explanation of the architecture
 Miscellaneous and service tools
 PC-HMI interface setup MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Elau Pacdrive diagnostic
 Elau Controller Assistant (back-up) Matrix – IBB AUT – SL70 Training Solution Leader
 Electrical drawing
3 days

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Labelling – Rollsleeve

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Overviews of Rollsleeve and Rollquattro systems  Operators
 Labelling process characteristics  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine's groups identification and functioning
 Cutting roller  Central carrousel Requirements
 Transfer drum  Welding system  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Glue roller (optional)  Sleeve drum
 Reel stand and splicer system  Automatic lubrication  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Feed roller assembly  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
 Machine's 'Start' and 'Stop' procedures
 Setting Practical information
 Carousel
 Blow and vacuum system standard regulation
 Changeover (bottle/label) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Changeover (Rollsleeve to Rollquattro system)
Rollsleeve (EAM) AMO – LABEAM Training Solution Leader
 Ordinary maintenance
 Troubleshooting
3 days

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Labelling – Rollsleeve

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Overviews of Rollsleeve and Rollquattro systems  Maintenance team
 Machine's groups identification, functioning and
maintenance Requirements
 HMI: Human Machine Interface  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Machine's 'Start' and 'Stop' procedures  Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Regulation and setting during production  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Setting
 Synchronisation
 Carousel and MPC motors
 Blow and vacuum system: Process and advanced regulation
 Changeover (bottle/label and Rollsleeve to Rollquattro) Practical information
 Maintenance
 Ordinary and extraordinary maintenance (oil, grease, ...)
 Vacuum pump maintenance MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Cutting blade adjustment
 Glue roller maintenance  Pneumatic system Rollsleeve (EAM) MME – LABEAM Training Solution Leader
 Vacuum drum extra-ordinary (general)
maintenance  Electrical devices (general)
4 days
 Troubleshooting

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Labelling – Rollquattro

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine – general presentation  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine's groups identification and functioning
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Machine's 'Start' and 'Stop' procedures
 Setting  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Synchronisation  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Carousel
 Blow and vacuum system regulation
 Ordinary maintenance Practical information
 Changeover (bottle/label)
 Troubleshooting MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Rollquattro Evolution (EAD):
AMO – LAMEAD Training Solution Leader
F10, F15, F25-35-45, F25-35
3 days
2 days for F10

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Labelling – Rollquattro

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Machine's groups identification and functioning  Maintenance team
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
 Machine synchronisation
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Changeover (bottle/label)
 Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Blow and vacuum system: Functioning
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Feed roller: Functioning and maintenance
 Cutting unit: Functioning and maintenance
 Glue roller: Functioning and maintenance
 Transmission: Functioning and maintenance Practical information
 Pneumatic system
 Vacuum system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Carousel and belt system
Rollquattro Evolution (EAD):
 Vacuum pump maintenance MME – LAMEAD Training Solution Leader
F10, F15, F25-35-45, F25-35
 Electrical architecture
3 days
2 days for F10

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Labelling – Cold Glue

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine – general presentation  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Machine's groups identification and functioning
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Machine's 'Start', 'Shut down' and 'Shut off' procedures
 Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Mechanical regulations of
 Glue flow  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Gripper drum
 Glue pallets
 Automatic label magazine (when existing) Practical information
 Changeover
 Wiping system
 Quality of materials MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Glue, bottle and labels
 Ordinary maintenance Cold Glue (EAH) AMO – LABEAH Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting
2 days

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Labelling – Cold Glue

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Machine's groups identification and functioning  Maintenance team
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
 Quality of materials: Glue, labels and bottles
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Changeover
 Machine availability for 100% of training time
 Synchronisation
 Bottle – worm screw – star  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Glue pallets
 Automatic label magazine (when existing)
 Gripper drum
 Labelling unit and bottle wiping system
 Pneumatic system Practical information
 Ordinary maintenance
 Troubleshooting
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Cold Glue (EAH) MME – LABEAH Training Solution Leader

1 day

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Labelling – Rolladhesive

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 HMI: Human Machine Interface  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Operating procedures
 Pressure sensitive labelling station
Requirements
 Settings and adjustments  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Master-slave system  Machine availability for 50% of training time
 Operator panel
 Labelling station operation  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Changeover (bottle/label)
 Quality of materials: Labels and bottles Practical information
 Ordinary maintenance
 Labelling machine
 Self-adhesive labelling station MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Troubleshooting
Rolladhesive (EAL) AMO – LABEAL Training Solution Leader

3 days

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Labelling – Rolladhesive

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Sidel vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production  Master machine operating principles
and rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 HMI: Human Machine Interface (control panel)  Maintenance team
 Quality of materials: Labels, glue and bottles
 Electronic cam/mechanical cam
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Adhesive labelling station
 Master/slave system  Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Operation panel  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Settings and adjustments
 Loading a new label
 Settings and calibrations
 Worm screw
 Starwheel Practical information
 Changeover
 Pneumatic and electrical system MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Ordinary maintenance
 Automation architecture Rolladhesive (EAL) MME – LABEAL Training Solution Leader
 Troubleshooting
2 days

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Labelling – Hot Melt

Advanced Machine
Operation & Maintenance
ADVANTAGES GOALS
 React properly when faced with a basic
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time. machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Perform main adjustments and
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance, reducing  Understand changeover of customised parts
the number of stops in production and rationalising the lubrication
 Use the command and control panel
maintenance cost
(operator level)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators and maintenance staff
 Machine's groups identification and functioning
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Machine's operational procedures
 Machine availability for 70% of training time
 How to correctly run the machine and mechanical
regulations  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Glue quantity
 Label magazine
 Regulation of glue groups
 Changeover (bottle/label) Practical information
 Ordinary maintenance
 Troubleshooting
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Hot Melt (EAF) AMO + MME – LABEAF Training Solution Leader

2 days

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Labelling – IBB Inverter

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
 React properly when faced with a basic
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Start and stop a production run
reducing the number of stops in production machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
and rationalising the maintenance cost  Perform main adjustments and
 Understand changeover of customised parts lubrication
 Use the command and control panel  Understand complete machine
(operator level) synchronisation

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators and maintenance staff
 Machine general presentation
 Machine's groups identification and functioning
Requirements
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 HMI: Human Machine Interface
 Machine availability for 70% of training time
 Machine's 'Start' and 'Stop' procedures
 Setting  Carousel  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Changeover
 Electronic cam
 Settings and calibrations
Practical information
 Worm screw  Starwheel
 Pneumatic systems MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Carousel system
 Electrical architecture IBB Inverter AMO/MME Training Solution Leader
 Automation architecture
 Ordinary maintenance  Troubleshooting 2 days

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Training cards summary
Labeler Table 1 – Chapter 1.6
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
SL90
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2-3 AMO-LABEAR
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-LABEAR
Mechanical and Electrical
SL70
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-LAMEAX
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 3 MME-LABEAR
Mechanical and Electrical
Automation – Electrical troubleshooting ✓ 3 AUT-SL70
Rollsleeve (EAM)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-LABEAM
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 4 MME-LABEAM
Mechanical and Electrical
Rollquattro (EAD)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2-3 AMO-LABEAD
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2-3 MME-LABEAD
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Labeler Table 2 – Chapter 1.6
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Cold Glue (EAH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-LABEAH
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical
✓ 1 MME-LABEAH
and Electrical
Rolladhesive (EAL)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-LABEAL
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical
✓ 2 MME-LABEAL
and Electrical
Hot Melt (EAF)
Advanced Machine Operation and
✓ 2 AMO+MME-LABEAF
Maintenance
IBB Inverter
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical
✓ 2 AMO/MME
and Electrical

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
Equipment courses

Pressco V4 and V5
Machine Operation Fundamentals 150
Intellispec Expert Training BNS 151
Intellispec Expert Training BNS-PW 152
Intellispec Expert Training BN-PSE-PW 153
Intellispec Expert Training PSE-PW 154
Intellispec Expert Training FHCP-L 155

Arol
Machine Operation Fundamentals 156
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 157

Zalkin
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 158

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
Wrapping Systems Equipment courses

Wrapping Rotating Table


Advanced Machine Operation 159

Wrapping Rotating Arm


Advanced Machine Operation 160

Wrapping Genesis
Advanced Machine Operation 161

Wrapping Roboband
Advanced Machine Operation 162

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
End Of Line Equipment courses

Depal Sweep Off


Machine Operation Fundamentals 163
Advanced Machine Operation 164
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 165
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 166
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 167

Kombi Gripping
Advanced Machine Operation 168
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 169
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 170
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 171

Pal Kombi
Machine Operation Fundamentals 172
Advanced Machine Operation 173
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 174
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 175
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 176

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
End Of Line Equipment courses

Pal Linear
Machine Operation Fundamentals 177
Advanced Machine Operation 178
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 189
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 180
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 181

Pallet Line
Advanced Machine Operation 182
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 183
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 184
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 185

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
End Of Line Equipment courses

RoboKombi
Advanced Machine Operation 186
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 187
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 188
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 189

Inca/Deca
Advanced Machine Operation 190
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 191
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 192
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 193

RoboColumn
Advanced Machine Operation 194
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 195
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 196
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 197

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
End Of Line Equipment courses

Evo Flex
Machine Operation Fundamentals 198
Advanced Machine Operation 199
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance 200
Advanced Electrical Maintenance 201
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 202

EOL MACHINES
Software PLACE System 203
Process courses
Packaging process 204

Process courses

Packaging process 204

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Index Chapter 1.7
PARTNERS AND SUB SUPPLIERS
Conveying Equipment courses

Conveyors
Machine Operation Fundamentals 205
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 206

Cap/Crown Feeding
Machine Operation Fundamentals 207
Advanced Maintenance Mechanical and Electrical 208

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Vision System – Pressco BNS

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the vision system efficiently  Identify all Pressco BNS components
 Use the control panel
 Display and print statistics
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with alarms

Content Target audience


 Security  Operators
 System  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Hardware
 Operator menu
Requirements
 Computer knowledge
 Maintenance
 Machine availability for 1h/day
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session

Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Pressco V4 BNS MOF – PR4
Training Solution Leader
Pressco V5 BNS MOF – PR5
1 day to be checked with
your Training Solution
Leader

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Vision System – Pressco BNS

Intellispec Expert Training

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Identify all Pressco BNS components
 Set up the vision system like snap delay, correlation
 Create a new vision inspection BNS (gradient, delta)
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with a new item defect/Use the control panel

Content Target audience


 Security  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 System
 Hardware
Requirements
 Computer and electrical skills
 Vision inspection
 2 trainees per Intelltrainer simulator
 Menu structure
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Set up parameters
 Seal inspection creation
 Neck inspection creation
 Base inspection creation Practical information
 Maintenance
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pressco V4 BNS AMO – PR4


Training Solution Leader
Pressco V5 BNS AMO – PR5

4 days

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Vision System – Pressco BNS – PW

Intellispec Expert Training

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Identify all Pressco BNS-PW components
 Set up the vision system like snap delay, correlation
 Create a new vision inspection BNS-PW (gradient, delta)
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with a new item defect/Use the control panel

Content Target audience


 Security  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 System
 Hardware
Requirements
 Computer and electrical skills
 Vision inspection background
 2 trainees per Intelltrainer simulator
 Menu structure
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Setup parameter
 Seal inspection creation
 Neck inspection creation
 Base inspection creation Practical information
 PW: Preform wall inspection creation
 Maintenance MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

AMO – PR4
Pressco V4 or V5: BNS-PW Training Solution Leader
AMO – PR5

5 days

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Vision System – Pressco BN – PSE – PW

Intellispec Expert Training

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Identify all Pressco BN-PSE-PW components
 Set up the vision system like snap delay, correlation
 Create a new vision inspection BN-PSE-PW (gradient, delta)
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with a new item defect/Use the control panel

Content Target audience


 Security  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 System
 Hardware
Requirements
 Computer and electrical skills
 Vision inspection background
 2 trainees per Intelltrainer simulator
 Menu structure
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Setup parameter
 Seal inspection creation
 Neck inspection creation
 Base inspection creation Practical information
 PSE: Preform Seal and End cap inspection creation
 PW: Preform Wall inspection creation MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance AMO – PR4
Pressco V4 or V5: BN-PSE-PW Training Solution Leader
AMO – PR5

5 days

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Vision System – Pressco – PSE – PW

Intellispec Expert Training

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Identify all Pressco PSE-PW components
 Set up the vision system like snap delay, correlation
 Create a new vision inspection PSE-PW (gradient, delta)
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with a new item defect/Use the control panel

Content Target audience


 Security  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 System
 Hardware
Requirements
 Computer and electrical skills
 Vision inspection background
 2 trainees per Intelltrainer simulator
 Menu structure
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Setup parameter
 PSE: Preform seal and end cap inspection creation
 PW: Preform wall inspection creation
 Maintenance Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

AMO – PR4
Pressco V4 or V5: PSE-PW Training Solution Leader
AMO – PR5

3 days

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Vision System – Pressco – FHCP-L

Intellispec Expert Training

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Identify all Pressco FHCP-L components
 Set up the vision system like snap delay, correlation
 Create a new vision inspection FHCP-L (gradient, delta)
 Maintain the system
 React properly when faced with a new item defect/Use the control panel

Content Target audience


 Security  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 System
 Hardware
Requirements
 Computer and electrical skills
 Vision inspection background
 2 trainees per Intelltrainer simulator
 Menu structure
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Setup parameter
 FH: Bottle filling height inspection creation
 CP: Bottle cap placement inspection creation
 L: Bottle label inspection creation Practical information
 Maintenance
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
AMO – PR4
Pressco V4 or V5: FHCP-L Training Solution Leader
AMO – PR5
3 days to be checked
with your training
solution leader

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CAPPER – Arol Euro PK Spiral Buffer

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
 To supply general information about
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time safety precautions
 To supply general information about
 To supply instructions about
main components on the turret
changeovers and adjustments
 To supply general information about
 To supply instructions for resolution
machine cleaning
of the most common problems

Content Target audience


 Turret overview  New operators
 Main components (P&P, feeder, chute ,etc.)  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Preliminary checks
 Turret cleaning
Requirements
 Experience on bottling lines or similar
 Safety norms for regular maintenance and cleaning
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 All applicable safety precautions
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Uses zones operators and use-rules
 Protection/safety devices
 Changeover overview Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
Arol Capper/Turret assembled
MOF – ARL Training Solution Leader
on monobloc
1 day to be checked with
your training solution
leader

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CAPPER – Arol Euro PK Spiral Buffer

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
 To highlight standards needed for
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Arol documentation
reducing the number of stops in production and (Use & Maintenance + spare parts list ) safety during technical interventions
rationalising the maintenance cost  Lubrication operations
 Identify main assembled parts
 Perform main adjustments
 To supply general instructions about
preventive maintenance

Content Target audience


 Reading of overall mechanical drawings  Maintenance team
 Spare parts list overview  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Safety norms for maintenance
 Maintenance intervals
Requirements
 Experience on bottling lines
 Maintenance and lubrication planning
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Closure chuck and heads wear parts
 Machine availability for 3h/day
 Heads maintenance
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pistons maintenance
 Pick & Place maintenance Practical information
 Feeder maintenance
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Accessories maintenance
 Perform adjustments, calibration and lubrication Arol Capper/Turret assembled
MME – ARL Training Solution Leader
on monobloc
 Overview pneumatic circuit
 Overview electronic sensor 1 day to be checked with
your training solution
 Troubleshooting and common problems
leader

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CAPPER – ZALKIN Capper

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
 To highlight standards needed for
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use documentation
reducing the number of stops in production and (Use & Maintenance + spare parts list ) safety during technical interventions
rationalising the maintenance cost  Lubrication operations
 To identify main assembled parts
 Perform main adjustments
 To supply general instructions about
preventive maintenance

Content Target audience


 Reading of mechanical drawings  Maintenance team
 Spare parts list  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Safety norms for maintenance
 Maintenance intervals
Requirements
 Experience on bottling lines
 Maintenance and lubrication planning
 Mechanical and electrical/pneumatic skill
 Closure chuck and heads wear parts
 Machine availability for 3h/day
 Heads maintenance
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pistons maintenance
 Pick & Place maintenance Practical information
 Feeder maintenance
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Accessories maintenance
 Perform adjustments, calibration and lubrication Screw Capping Turret,
MME – ZLK Training Solution Leader
Brushless Capping Turret
 Overview pneumatic circuit
 Overview electronic sensor 1 day to be checked with
your training solution
 Troubleshooting and common problems
leader

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Wrapping Systems – Rotating Table

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Manage machine production
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Perform main adjustments

Content Target audience


 Description and functioning of safety devices  Operators
 Adjusting and restarting of safety barrier  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Power starting of the machine
 Adjusting and manual movements
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Display using and parameters setting
 Machine availability
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Identification, numbering and references in
the electrical diagram
 Sensors and devices on the machine
Practical information
 Motor driving with inverter and setting
 Meaning and use of the automatic exchange messages MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 I/O identification on plc
Wrapping Rotating Table AMO – RBP Training Solution Leader
 Alarms list
1-3 days to be checked
with your training
solution leader

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Wrapping Systems – Rotating Arm

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Manage machine production
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Perform main adjustments

Content Target audience


 Description and functioning of safety devices  Operators
 Adjusting and restarting of safety barrier  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Power starting of the machine
 Adjusting and manual movements
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Display using and parameters setting
 Machine availability
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Identification, numbering and references in
the electrical diagram
 Sensors and devices on the machine
Practical information
 Motor driving with inverter and setting
 Meaning and use of the automatic exchange MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
messages(???)
Wrapping Rotating Arm AMO – RBP Training Solution Leader
 I/O identification on plc
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors 1-3 days to be checked
 Alarms list with your training
solution leader

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Wrapping Systems – Wrapping Genesis

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Manage machine production
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Perform main adjustments

Content Target audience


 Description and functioning of safety devices  Operators
 Adjusting and restarting of safety barrier  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Power starting of the machine
 Adjusting and manual movements
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Display using and parameters setting
 Machine availability
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Identification, numbering and references in
the electrical diagram
 Sensors and devices on the machine
Practical information
 Motor driving with inverter and setting
 Meaning and use of the automatic exchange MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
messages(???)
Wrapping Genesis AMO – RBP Training Solution Leader
 I/O identification on plc
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors 1-3 days to be checked
 Alarms list with your training
solution leader

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Wrapping Systems – Wrapping Roboband

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Manage machine production
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Perform main adjustments

Content Target audience


 Description and functioning of safety devices  Operators
 Adjusting and restarting of safety barrier  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Power starting of the machine
 Adjusting and manual movements
Requirements
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Welding adjusting
 Machine availability
 Display using and parameters setting
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors
 Identification, numbering and references
in the electrical diagram
Practical information
 Sensors and devices on the machine
 Motor driving with inverter and setting MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Meaning and use of the automatic exchange
Wrapping Roboband AMO – RBP Training Solution Leader
messages(???)
 I/O identification on plc 1-3 days to be checked
 Automatic cycle of the machine and conveyors with your training
 Semi-automatic special cycles solution leader

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Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Experience on bottling lines or similar
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Depal Sweep Off A (IBG) MOF-EOLIBG
 Changeover overview Depal Sweep Off B (IBB) MOF-EOLIBB Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic alarm basic Depal Sweep Off S (ICP) MOF-EOLICP

1 day to be checked
with TSL

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Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and Electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Depal Sweep Off A (IBG) AMO-EOLIBG
 Changeover procedures Depal Sweep Off B (IBB) AMO-EOLIBB Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic alarm Depal Sweep Off S (ICP) AMO-EOLICP

2 days to be checked
with TSL

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Diagnostic alarm Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
MEM-EOLICP
Depal Sweep Off S (ICP) 2 days Training Solution Leader
(contact your TSL)

Depal Sweep Off A (IBG) MEM-EOLIBG


MEM-EOLIBB
Depal Sweep Off B (IBB) 3 days per machine type

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
ELM-EOLICP
Depal Sweep Off S (ICP) 2 days Training Solution Leader
(contact your TSL)

Depal Sweep Off A (IBG) ELM-EOLIBG


ELM-EOLIBB
Depal Sweep Off B (IBB) 3 days per machine type

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END OF LINE – Depal Sweep Off

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Infeed module
 Central module Requirements
 Exit module
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system
Practical information
 Maintenance servicing
 HMI description MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic and main alarms MME-EOLICP
Depal Sweep Off S (ICP) Training Solution Leader
3 days

Depal Sweep Off A (IBG) MME-EOLIBG


MME-EOLIBB
Depal Sweep Off B (IBB) 4 days per machine type

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END OF LINE – Kombi Gripping

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and Electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pal Kombi Gripping (IBS) AMO-EOLIBS
 Changeover procedures Depal Kombi Gripping (IBC) AMO-EOLIBC Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic alarm
2 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Kombi Gripping

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Diagnostic alarm Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Kombi Gripping (IBS) MEM-EOLIBS


Depal Kombi Gripping (IBC) MEM-EOLIBC Training Solution Leader

4 days

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END OF LINE – Kombi Gripping

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Kombi Gripping (IBS) ELM-EOLIBS


Depal Kombi Gripping (IBC) ELM-EOLIBC Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Kombi Gripping

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Infeed module
 Central module Requirements
 Exit module
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 Electrical system
Practical information
 Maintenance servicing
 HMI description MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic and main alarms
Pal Kombi Gripping (IBS) MME-EOLIBS
Depal Kombi Gripping (IBC) MME-EOLIBC Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Kombi

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Experience on bottling lines or similar
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pal Kombi (IBP) MOF-EOLIBP Training Solution Leader
 Changeover overview
 Diagnostic alarm
1 day (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Pal Kombi

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and Electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pal Kombi (IBP) AMO-EOLIBP Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures
 Diagnostic alarm
2 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Pal Kombi

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Diagnostic alarm Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Kombi (IBP) MEM-EOLIBP Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Kombi

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Kombi (IBP) ELM-EOLIBP Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Kombi

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Explanation and settings of the functional groups
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 Maintenance servicing procedures MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
Pal Kombi (IBP) MME-EOLIBP Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic and main alarms

4 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Linear

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Experience on bottling lines or similar
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pal Linear (IBU) MOF-EOLIBU Training Solution Leader
 Changeover overview
 Diagnostic alarm 1 day (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Pal Linear

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pal Linear (IBU) AMO-EOLIBU Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures
 Diagnostic alarm 2 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Pal Linear

Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Diagnostic alarm Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Linear (IBU) MEM-EOLIBU Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Linear

Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pal Linear (IBU) ELM-EOLIBU Training Solution Leader

3 days

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END OF LINE – Pal Linear

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 Maintenance servicing procedures MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description
Pal Linear (IBU) MME-EOLIBU Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic and main alarms

4 days

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END OF LINE – Pallet Line

Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual) Practical information
 HMI
 Operator level MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop)
Pallet Line (IBT) AMO-EOLIBT Training Solution Leader
 Changeover procedures
 Diagnostic alarm 1.5 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
 Diagnostic alarm Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pallet Line (IBT) MEM-EOLIBT Training Solution Leader

1 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustment and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

Pallet Line (IBT) ELM-EOLIBT Training Solution Leader

1 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 2h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit
Practical information
 Electrical system
 Maintenance servicing procedures MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 HMI description Pallet Line (IBT) MME-EOLIBT Training Solution Leader
 Diagnostic and main alarms
2 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operator level
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) RoboKombi IDL, AMO-EOLIDL, AMO-EOLIDC,
IDC, IDS, IDB, AMO-EOLIDS, AMO-EOLIDB Training Solution
 Changeover procedures IDD, IDR, IDU, IDV, AMO-EOLIDD, AMO-EOLIDR,
AMO-EOLIDU, AMO-EOLIDV, Leader
 Diagnostic alarm IDP, IDH AMO-EOLIDP, AMO-EOLIDH
3 days (to be checked with
your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

RoboKombi IDL, MEM-EOLIDL, MEM-EOLIDC,


IDC, IDS, IDB, MEM-EOLIDS, MEM-EOLIDB, Training Solution
IDD, IDR, IDU, IDV, MEM-EOLIDD, MEM-EOLIDR,
MEM-EOLIDU, MEM-EOLIDV, Leader
IDP, IDH MEM-EOLIDP, MEM-EOLIDH

3 days

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description Practical information
 Maintenance servicing procedures
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic alarm
RoboKombi IDL, ELM-EOLIDL, ELM-EOLIDC,
IDC, IDS, IDB, ELM-EOLIDS, ELM-EOLIDB, Training Solution
IDD, IDR, IDU, IDV, ELM-EOLIDD, ELM-EOLIDR,
ELM-EOLIDU, ELM-EOLIDV, Leader
IDP, IDH ELM-EOLIDP, ELM-EOLIDH

3 days

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Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
RoboKombi IDL, MME-EOLIDL, MME-EOLIDC,
 HMI description MME-EOLIDS, MME-EOLIDB,
IDC, IDS, IDB, MME-EOLIDD, MME-EOLIDR, Training Solution
 Diagnostic and main alarms IDD, IDR, IDU, IDV, MME-EOLIDU, MME-EOLIDV, Leader
IDP, IDH MME-EOLIDP, MME-EOLIDH

5 days

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Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operator level
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) DecaRoboKombi IAE, AMO-EOLIAE, AMO-EOLIAF,
IncaRoboKombi IAF, AMO-EOLIAA, AMO-EOLIAB, Training Solution
 Changeover procedures Decamatic IAA, Incamatic IAB, Leader
Incarobot IAD, Decarobot IAC AMO-EOLIAD, AMO-EOLIAC
 Diagnostic alarm
2 days (to be checked with
your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
DecaRoboKombi IAE, MEM-EOLIAE, MEM-EOLIAF,
IncaRoboKombi IAF, MEM-EOLIAA, MEM-EOLIAB, Training Solution
Decamatic IAA, Incamatic IAB, MEM-EOLIAD, MEM-EOLIAC Leader
Incarobot IAD, Decarobot IAC

2 days (to be checked with


your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description Practical information
 Maintenance servicing procedures
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic alarm
DecaRoboKombi IAE, ELM-EOLIAE, ELM-EOLIAF,
IncaRoboKombi IAF, ELM-EOLIAA, ELM-EOLIAB, Training Solution
Decamatic IAA, Incamatic IAB, ELM-EOLIAD, ELM-EOLIAC Leader
Incarobot IAD, Decarobot IAC

2 days (to be checked with


your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
DecaRoboKombi IAE, MME-EOLIAE, MME-EOLIAF,
 HMI description IncaRoboKombi IAF, Training Solution
Decamatic IAA, Incamatic IAB, MME-EOLIAA, MME-EOLIAB,
 Diagnostic and main alarms MME-EOLIAD, MME-EOLIAC Leader
Incarobot IAD, Decarobot IAC

3 days

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Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operator level
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) RoboColumn Depal (IEC), AMO-EOLIEC,
RoboColumn Pal (IES), AMO-EOLIES, Training Solution
 Changeover procedures RoboColumn Pal (IEU) AMO-EOLIEU Leader
 Diagnostic alarm RoboColumn Pal (IEV) AMO-EOLIEV

3 days (to be checked with


your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
RoboColumn Depal (IEC), MEM-EOLIEC,
RoboColumn Pal (IES), MEM-EOLIES, Training Solution
RoboColumn Pal (IEU) MEM-EOLIEU Leader
RoboColumn Pal (IEV) MEM-EOLIEV

3 days

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description Practical information
 Maintenance servicing procedures
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic alarm
RoboColumn Depal (IEC), ELM-EOLIEC,
RoboColumn Pal (IES), ELM-EOLIES, Training Solution
RoboColumn Pal (IEU) ELM-EOLIEU Leader
RoboColumn Pal (IEV) ELM-EOLIEV

3 days

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Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
RoboColumn Depal (IEC), MME-EOLIEC,
 HMI description RoboColumn Pal (IES), MME-EOLIES, Training Solution
 Diagnostic and main alarms RoboColumn Pal (IEU) MME-EOLIEU Leader
RoboColumn Pal (IEV) MME-EOLIEV

5 days

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Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command and control panel (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Machine range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Experience on bottling lines or similar
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operator level
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) Training Solution
EvoFlex [IFU] MOF-EOLIFU
 Changeover overview Leader
 Diagnostic alarm
1 day (to be checked with your
Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Machine Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Improve autonomy and efficiency of operator  Manage machine production
 Identify sub-assemblies and their settings
 Perform the changeover of customised parts according to machine availability
 Use the command and control panel (advanced operator level)
 React properly when faced with a machine fault (HMI notifies operator)

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Operators
 Machine presentation  Suggested for: Electrical maintenance staff
 Functional groups and settings
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Basic mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4 hours/day
 Pneumatic line
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Electrical system
 Basic maintenance
 Mechanical and electrical (L2 ref. to Technical Manual)
Practical information
 HMI
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Operator level
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) EvoFlex Pal IFU, EvoFlex AMO-EOLIFU, AMO-EOLIFC
Depal IFC, EvoFlex Pal IFS AMO-EOLIFS, AMO-EOLIGU Training Solution
 Changeover procedures EvoFlex Pal IGU, EvoFlex AMO-EOLIGC, AMO-EOLIGS Leader
 Diagnostic alarm Depal IGC, EvoFlex Pal IGS

3 days (to be checked with


your Training Solution Leader)

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Advanced Mechanical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and lubrication
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Mechanical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Pneumatic circuit
 HMI description
 Maintenance servicing procedures
Practical information
 Diagnostic alarm
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
EvoFlex Pal IFU, EvoFlex MEM-EOLIFU, MEM-EOLIFC
Depal IFC, EvoFlex Pal IFS MEM-EOLIFS, MEM-EOLIGU Training Solution
EvoFlex Pal IGU, EvoFlex MEM-EOLIGC, MEM-EOLIGS Leader
Depal IGC, EvoFlex Pal IGS

3 days

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Advanced Electrical Maintenance

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments and settings
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 React properly when faced with a electrical fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Electrical maintenance team
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors function and settings  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Synchronisation
 Electrical system
 HMI description Practical information
 Maintenance servicing procedures
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Diagnostic alarm
EvoFlex Pal IFU, EvoFlex ELM-EOLIFU, ELM-EOLIFC
Depal IFC, EvoFlex Pal IFS ELM-EOLIFS, ELM-EOLIGU Training Solution
EvoFlex Pal IGU, EvoFlex ELM-EOLIGC, ELM-EOLIGS Leader
Depal IGC, EvoFlex Pal IGS

3 days

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Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments
 Understand complete machine synchronisation
 Lubricate the machine

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Machine presentation  Technical assistance staff, technical supervisor, maintenance supervisor
 Perform adjustment, calibration and lubrication of
 Infeed module Requirements
 Central module  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Exit module
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Kinematics and synchronisation
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Machine HW configuration
 All sensors, function and settings
 Pneumatic circuit Practical information
 Electrical system
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Maintenance servicing procedures
EvoFlex Pal IFU, EvoFlex
 HMI description Depal IFC, EvoFlex Pal IFS MME-EOLIFU, MME-EOLIFC Training Solution
EvoFlex Pal IGU, EvoFlex MME-EOLIFS, MME-EOLIGU
 Diagnostic and main alarms MME-EOLIGC, MME-EOLIGS Leader
Depal IGC, EvoFlex Pal IGS

5 days

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Advanced Training PLACE

ADVANTAGES GOALS
To become autonomous in creation of new layers  Modify parameters of existing layer
 Create new production layers
 Perform main adjustments to the machine
 Know the command and control panel (Advanced level)

Content Target audience


 Explanation of PLACE System  Operators, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Simulated creation of a new layer  Suggested for: Shift leaders
 Machine settings and adjustments
Requirements
 Mechanical knowledge
 Machine availability for 4h/day
 Laboratory availability
 Maximum 6 trainees per training session

Practical information
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

EOL machines PLS-EOL Training Solution Leader

1 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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END OF LINE – Software PLACE System

Packaging process

ADVANTAGES GOALS
To become autonomous in creation of new layers  Know the different process parameters
 Understand the influence of the process parameters
 Be able to regulate temperature (according to machine specification)
 Master basic process settings
 Check processed quality

Content Target audience


 Raw material characteristics  All new customers
 Pallet, pad, carton, plastic, tray, frame  New operators
 Type of packaging
 Bundle, can, bottle, hi-cone, cluster Requirements
 Different types of end of line  To master the concerned machine operation fundamentals
 Returnable line
 One-way line  Machine availability for 2h/day
 Check the product at the machine inlet  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Depal/Pal main process
 HMI: Load and save a program Practical information
 Modification of existing process parameters
MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT

All end of line (EOL) PLS-EOL


machines Training Solution Leader

1 day (to be checked


with your Training
Solution Leader)

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CONVEYORS – All range

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run  Use the command and control panel
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time (operator level)
 Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 React properly when faced with a basic
 Cleaning and lubrication basic understandings machine fault (HMI notifies operator)
 Understand changeover of customised parts

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Product range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups
(system layout to be specified by customer) Requirements
 Degrouping  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Accumulation
 Combing  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Dividing and laning
 HMI operator level
 Fluids and pneumatic line Practical information
 Electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures)
 Basic maintenance MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual) Air Conveyors, MOF – CONAIR
 Basic troubleshooting Bottle Conveyors, MOF – CONBOT
Pack Conveyors, MOF – CONPAC Training Solution Leader
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) Crate Conveyors MoF – CONCRT
 Changeover overview 1 day (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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CONVEYORS – All range

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary  Understand functional analysis
reducing the number of stops in production and of the line
 Master conveyor operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost  Learn to regulate conveyor speeds
 Understanding of cleaning, greasing and to match infeed rates
lubrication
 Perform main adjustments to conveyors

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Functional groups review
 Functional in-depth analysis of the line
Requirements
 Mechanical knowledge
 Mechanical maintenance (following conveyor type)
 Cleaning and greasing  Software and electrical knowledge
 Scheduled and preventive maintenance:  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bearings
 Chains control
 Return and motorised heads
 Wear strips, neck guide, return rollers,…
Practical information
 Mechanical settings
 Troubleshooting in-depth analysis MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Fluids panel Air Conveyors, MME – CONAIR
 Filters on air central unit Bottle Conveyors, MME – CONBOT
Pack Conveyors, MME – CONPAC Training Solution Leader
 Electricity, soft and HMI Crate Conveyors MME – CONCRT
 Maintenance category on PLC, inverters, network
 Options category following line configuration 2 days (to be checked
 Regulation of inverters and fine tuned automation
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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CONVEYORS – Cap/Crown Feeding

Machine Operation Fundamentals

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the machine efficiently, reducing the number  Start and stop a production run
of stops in production and lowering the reaction time  Identify sub-assemblies and their function
 Understand changeover of customised parts
 Use the command (operator level)
 React properly when faced with a basic machine fault

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  New operators
 Product range  Suggested for: Shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Functional groups (to be specified following configuration)
 Pre-feeding system (octabin, bulk conveyor) Requirements
 Cap feeder configuration  Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Cap/crown orientation
 Cap/crown reject devices  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Flat-top conveyors
 Air dust-removal device
 Main functions of the line (production and
emptying)
Practical information
 Fluids and pneumatic line (following cap feeder)
 Electrical system ('Start' and 'Stop' procedures) MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Basic maintenance
 Lubrication and cleaning (L1 ref. to Technical Manual)
Cap Feeding, MOF – CONCAF
Crown Feeding MOF – CONCRF Training Solution Leader
 Basic troubleshooting
 Machine standard operation (Start and Stop) 1 day (to be checked
with your Training
 Changeover overview Solution Leader)

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CONVEYORS – Cap/Crown Feeding

Advanced Maintenance
Mechanical and Electrical
ADVANTAGES GOALS
Efficiently carry out the machine maintenance,  Understand and use Gebo vocabulary
reducing the number of stops in production and  Master machine operating principles
rationalising the maintenance cost
 Perform main adjustments (mechanical and software)
 Fine settings

Content Target audience


 Safety (machine and operator)  Maintenance team
 Product range review
 Mechanical maintenance (following cap feeder type)
Requirements
 Cleaning and greasing  Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Scheduled and preventive maintenance:  Maximum 6 trainees per training session
 Bearings
 Belt and cleats control
 Return and motorised heads
 Wear strips and guiding
 Mechanical settings (speed bump, guiding)
 Troubleshooting deeply analysis Practical information
 Fluids panel
 Filters on air central unit MACHINE OR EQUIPMENT CODE & DURATION CONTACT
 Electricity, soft and HMI Cap Feeding, MME – CONCAF
 Maintenance category on PLC, inverters, network Crown Feeding MME – CONCRF Training Solution Leader
 Options category following line configuration
 Fine-tuned output cap feeder 2 days (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 1 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Intellispec Vision system PRESSCO
Pressco V4
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-PR4
Intellispec Expert Training BNS ✓ 4 AMO-PR4
Intellispec Expert Training BNS-PW ✓ 5 AMO-PR4
Intellispec Expert Training BNS-PSE-PW ✓ 5 AMO-PR4
Intellispec Expert Training PSE-PW ✓ 3 AMO-PR4
Intellispec Expert Training FHCP-L ✓ 3 AMO-PR4
Pressco V5
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-PR5
Intellispec Expert Training BNS ✓ 4 AMO-PR5
Intellispec Expert Training BNS-PW ✓ 5 AMO-PR5
Intellispec Expert Training BNS-PSE-PW ✓ 5 AMO-PR5
Intellispec Expert Training PSE-PW ✓ 3 AMO-PR5
Available
Intellispec Expert Training FHCP-L on request
3 AMO-PR5

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 2 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Zalkin
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 1 MME-ZLK
Mechanical and electrical
Arol
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-ARL
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 1 MME-ARL
Mechanical and electrical
Ferrum
Available
Upon request on request

Robopac
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1-3 AMO-RBP

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 3 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Depal Sweep Off A (IBG)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-EOLIBG
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBG
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBG
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBG
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBG
Mechanical and Electrical
Depal Sweep Off B (IBB)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBB
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBB
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBB
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBB
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 4 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Depal Sweepoff S (ICP)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLICP
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLICP
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLICP
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLICP
Mechanical and Electrical
Pal Kombi Gripping (IBS)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBS
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBS
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBS
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBS
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 5 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Depal Kombi Gripping (IBC)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBC
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBC
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBC
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBC
Mechanical and Electrical
Pal Kombi (IBP)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-EOLIBP
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBP
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBP
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBP
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBP
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 6 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Pal Linear (IBU)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-EOLIBU
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIBU
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIBU
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIBU
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
4 MME-EOLIBU
Mechanical and Electrical
Pallet Line (IBT)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 1.5 AMO-EOLIBT
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 1 MEM-EOLIBT
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 1 ELM-EOLIBT
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
2 MME-EOLIBT
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 7 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboKombi IDL (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDL
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDL
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDL
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDL
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboKombi IDC (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDC
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDC
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDC
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDC
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 8 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboKombi IDS (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDS
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDS
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDS
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDS
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboKombi IDB (ex IBH)
Available
Advanced Machine Operation on request
3 AMO-EOLIDB

Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIDB

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIDB

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIDB
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 9 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboKombi IDD (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDD
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDD
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDD
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDD
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboKombi IDR (ex IBH)
Available
Advanced Machine Operation on request
3 AMO-EOLIDR

Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIDR

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIDR

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIDR
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 10 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboKombi IDU (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDU
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDU
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDU
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDU
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboKombi IDV (ex IBH)
Available
Advanced Machine Operation on request
3 AMO-EOLIDV

Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIDV

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIDV

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIDV
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 11 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboKombi IDP (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIDP
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 3 MEM-EOLIDP
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 3 ELM-EOLIDP
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
5 MME-EOLIDP
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboKombi IDH (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIDH
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
2 MEM-EOLIDH

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
2 ELM-EOLIDH

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
3 MME-EOLIDH
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 12 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
DecaRoboKombi IAE (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAE
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAE
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAE
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAE
Mechanical and Electrical
IncaRoboKombi IAF (ex IBH)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAF
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAF
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAF
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAF
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 13 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Decamatic IAA
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAA
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAA
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAA
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAA
Mechanical and Electrical
Incamatic IAB
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAB
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAB
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAB
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAB
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 14 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Incarobot (IAD)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAD
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAD
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAD
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAD
Mechanical and Electrical
Decarobot (IAC)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 2 AMO-EOLIAC
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance ✓ 2 MEM-EOLIAC
Advanced Electrical Maintenance ✓ 2 ELM-EOLIAC
Advanced Maintenance Available
on request
3 MME-EOLIAC
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 15 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboColumn Depal (IEC)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIEC
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIEC

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIEC

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIEC
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboColumn Pal (IES)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIES
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIES

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIES

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIES
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 16 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
RoboColumn Pal (IEV)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIEV
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIEV

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIEV

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIEV
Mechanical and Electrical
RoboColumn Pal (IEU)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIEU
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIEU

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIEU

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIEU
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 17 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
EvoFlex HS Pal (IFU)
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-EOLIFU
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIFU
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIFU

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIFU

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIFU
Mechanical and Electrical
EvoFlex HS Pal (IFS)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIFS
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIFS

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIFS

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIFS
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 18 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
EvoFlex HS Depal (IFC)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIFC
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIFC

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIFC

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIFC
Mechanical and Electrical
EvoFlex MS Pal (IGU)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIGU
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIGU

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIGU

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIGU
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 19 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
EvoFlex MS Depal (IGC)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIGC
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIGC

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIGC

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIGC
Mechanical and Electrical
EvoFlex MS Pal (IGS)
Advanced Machine Operation ✓ 3 AMO-EOLIGS
Available
Advanced Mechanical Maintenance on request
3 MEM-EOLIGS

Available
Advanced Electrical Maintenance on request
3 ELM-EOLIGS

Advanced Maintenance Available


on request
5 MME-EOLIGS
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 20 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Palletising/Depalletising
Software PLACE System
Available
Advanced Training PLACE on request
1 PLS-EOL

Process
Available
Packaging Process 1 PKG-EOL
on request

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 21 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Conveying
Air conveyor
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONAIR
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONAIR
Mechanical and Electrical
Bottle conveyor
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONBOT
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONBOT
Mechanical and Electrical
Pack conveyor
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONPAC
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONPAC
Mechanical and Electrical

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Training cards summary
Partners and Sub-suppliers Table 22 – Chapter 1.7
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Conveying
Crate conveyor
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONCRT
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONCRT
Mechanical and Electrical
Cap Feeding
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONCAF
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONCAF
Mechanical and Electrical
Crown Feeding
Machine Operation Fundamentals ✓ 1 MOF-CONCRF
Advanced Maintenance
✓ 2 MME-CONCRF
Mechanical and Electrical

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Index Chapter 1.8
EITTM
Equipment courses

EITTM
EITTM Productivity 232
EITTM Line Diagnostic Coaching 233
EITTM Technical Training 234
EITTM Online Training 235

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EITTM Productivity Training
EIT™

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Increase line performance through EIT™ usage.  Learn how to use KPIs to accurately measure performance and production status
Quick discovery of efficiency loss sources. Augment  Develop an effective daily methodology to quickly address issues and out-of-specs
responsiveness to critical issues and improve awareness of  Understand KPIs at an operational level
machine impact on the line flow. Benefit from EIT™  How to quickly set priorities, take actions and validate results with EIT™
operational reporting tools to timely reach production
objectives and reduce losses.

Content Target audience


 Introduction to the line design principles  Machine operators/maintenance staff
 Development of a productivity approach  Quality/engineering
 Review of EIT™ screens, dashboards and reports  Management/Continuous Improvement Team
 Utilisation of specific features (planned downtime, maintenance, etc.)
 Assessment of equipment's characteristics and parameters
Requirements
through EIT™
 Basic packaging knowledge and experience on production lines
 Accumulation concept and production flow
 EIT™ must have been installed on a line for at least one month
 Decision-tree analysis
 Utilisation of EIT™ Root Cause Analysis to detect issue sources
 Downtime real impact on line efficiency
 O.E.E. focus
Practical information
 Identification of bottlenecks, recurrent patterns, out-of-specs, etc. Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact

EIT™ EIT-PRODUC Training


Solution Leader

2 - 3 days

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EITTM Line Diagnostic Coaching
EIT™

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Elimination of guesswork  Develop an Operational Intelligence from production data analysis
Leverage of continuous improvement programmes Increase  Optimise EIT™ utilisation by pairing the most relevant screens, reports and functionalities to
ability to reach production targets and solve issues a user profile
Empower decision-making  Apply packaging and productivity understanding to troubleshoot or improve KPIs
 Perform root-cause analysis
 Use the decision-tree analysis to set priorities and resolve issues

Content Target audience


 Review of EIT Reader Module screens, reports and functionalities  Machine operators/maintenance staff
 Data drill-down (from general information to the tiny details)  Quality/engineering
 Utilisation of KPIs to discover losses, out-of-specs and issues  Management/Continuous Improvement Team
 Learn how to measure performance
 Develop a productivity methodology through action prioritisation
Requirements
 EIT™ tools to improve reactivity
 EIT™ must be installed on at least one line in the plant
 Using EIT™ features for doing preventive maintenance
 Good packaging knowledge and/or experience in a production environment
 Workshop on production issues
 EIT™ Productivity Training is highly recommended as a pre-requisite
 Individual coaching and daily tasks

Practical information
Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact

EITTM EIT-LIDICO Training


Solution Leader

1 - 3 days

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EITTM Technical Training
EIT™

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Enables a key user to update the core system as  Form a key user to get an in-depth knowledge of EIT™ core modules and architecture
modifications occur on the line or to customise it based on  Develop an internal resource to provide periodical support to users across the plant
evolving needs and events.  Manage user profiles access rights
Increase knowledge on system architecture and  Perform light troubleshooting
functionalities in order to provide internal support to users.

Content Target audience


 EIT Writer Module functions and troubleshooting.  IT, Automation or Electrical Department or designated key EIT™ User
 EIT Manager Module configuration.
 PLC programming and communication network
 OPC communication
 EIT™ architecture
Requirements
 EIT Business key parameters
 EIT™ must be installed on at least one line
 Database architecture
 In-depth knowledge of EIT Reader Module UI (screens and functionalities)
 IT basic understanding (DB, networking, Operating System, IP
 IT intermediate knowledge
addresses, etc.)
 Network and PLC basic understanding
 EIT architecture
 Data acquisition principle
Practical information
 Web server configuration Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact
 Security policies
 User profiles and Group management Training
EITTM EIT – TECHTR
Solution Leader

1 day

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EITTM Online Training
EIT™

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Effective way of keeping people up-to-date with the system  Make sure that people are efficiently using EIT™ on an operational and regular basis
functionalities. Reduce EIT™ learning curve.  Answer questions that arise progressively, to quickly reduce users' learning curve
Being done remotely, this training can be given to multiple  Bring up users from a basic to intermediate level
plants at once without taking too much time from people.  Help users focus on the most powerful functionalities
Flexible training that can be customised to focus on various
topics.

Content Target audience


 EIT Writer Module functions and troubleshooting.  Any EIT users (new or steady)
 EIT Manager Module configuration.
 PLC programming overview and communication network
 OPC communication
 EIT™ architecture
Requirements
 EIT Business Key parameters
 EIT™ must be installed on at least one line in the plant
 Database architecture
 Participants must have a basic knowledge of packaging and production concepts
 IT basic understanding (DB, networking, Operating System, IP
addresses, etc.)
 EIT architecture
 Data acquisition principle
Practical information
 Web server configuration Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact
 Security policies
 User profiles and Group management Training
EIT™ EIT-ONLITR
Solution Leader

From 1 to 3-hour
blocks

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EIT™ Table 1 – Chapter 1.8
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
EIT™
EIT™ Productivity Training ✓ 2-3 EIT-PRODUC
EIT™ Line Diagnostic Coaching ✓ 1-3 EIT-LIDICO
EIT™ Technical Training ✓ 1 EIT-TECHTR
EIT™ Online Training ✓ 1-3 hours EIT-ONLITR

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TECHNICAL MANAGERIAL TRAININGS
Equipment courses

Line Operation 238


Line Concept and Design 239
OEE Management and Improvement of a Beverage Line 240

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Line Operation

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Run the line efficiently, reducing the number of breaks in  Identify the right working position
production and lowering reaction time  Understand how to assess the running order of the line
 Understand how to measure line effectiveness
 Adapt once behaviour to the situation of the line

Content Target audience


 Definition of the critical machine  New operators, shift leaders, line supervisors, maintenance staff
 Understand the V-graph Concept
 Upstream of the critical machine:
 Machine reliability and speed
 Accumulation
Requirements
 Downstream of the critical machine:
 Understanding of basic mechanical and electrical
 Machine reliability and speed
 Machine availability
 Accumulation
 Line Effectiveness:
 How it is measured
 Understanding and minimising the stoppages
Practical information
 Understanding the optimising the quality Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact
 Application on the line:
 Identification of the working areas Training
Complete Line TMT - LOP
 Adaptation of one behaviour to critical situations Solution Leader
 Understand the line control philosophy
1 day (to be checked
with your Training
Solution Leader)

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Line Concept and Design

ADVANTAGES GOALS
Understanding the rules to better specify the equipment  Being able to specify the equipment for a complete line
during the design phase of a project  Understanding and challenging proposals
 Adapting the line concept and the line layout to its needs

Content Target audience


 Criteria for the definition of the critical machine:  Technical managers, production managers, project managers
 why a critical machine
 how to define the critical machine
 Role and necessity of accumulation and overspeed: The V-graph:
 what is the role of accumulation
Requirements
 relation between accumulation and overspeed
 Engineer level
 Constrains and benefits of a correct line lay-out:
 operating stations and commonality
 hygiene and safety
 cost effectiveness
 visual management
Practical information
 The various type of lines, constrains and good practices: Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact
 PET lines, one-way glass and can lines, returnable glass lines
 Fundamentals about conveyors and line control philosophy: Training
Complete Line TMT - LCD
 how to size a conveyor for accumulation Solution Leader
 other solutions for accumulation
 relation between conveyor speed and accumulation 3 days
 control of machine speeds with the conveyors

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OEE Management and


Improvement of a Beverage Line
ADVANTAGES GOALS
A synthetic but complete overview of the tools and methods  Understanding what is World Class Manufacturing
to initiate a World Class Manufacturing initiative  Getting an in depth knowledge about OEE
 Understanding the ways and methods that are available to improve OEE

Content Target audience


 World Class Manufacturing:  Plant, technical, production and maintenance management
 common definition
 what is specific of a Beverage Packaging Line
 O.E.E:
 what is O.E.E
Requirements
 how to measure OEE
 Mechanical and electrical knowledge
 Improvement of OEE:
 Machine availability
 at the plant level
 at the line level
 Methods and tools to improve OEE:
 targets and origins of the methods
Practical information
 why different methods Machine or equipment Code & duration Contact
 advantages and disadvantages of each methods
 PDCA, 5S, SMED, TPM, Kaizen Training
Complete Line TMT - OEE
Solution Leader

3 days

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Technical Managerial Trainings Table 1 – Chapter 2
EQUIPMENT TRAINING COURSE TRAINING DURATION TRAINING
PORTFOLIO (DAYS) COURSE CODE
Programs
Line Operation ✓ 1 TMT-LOP
Line Concept and Design ✓ 3 TMT-LCD
OEE Management and Improvement
✓ 3 TMT-OEE
of a Beverage Line

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Contact and logistic details
Important Remarks and Contacts
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If you are interested in a course lasting less than 3 days, please contact your Customer Service
Manager or your Training Solution Leader in order to check which training package can match your
needs.
Our contacts are

ECA (Europe & Central Asia) and GMEA (Greater Middle East & Africa) Areas

Sidel Blowing and Services S.A.S


Avenue de la Patrouille de France , Octeville-sur-Mer
BP 204, 76053 Le Havre cedex – FRANCE ECA
Tel: 33(0) 232 858793, fax: 33 (0) 232 858135
training-lehavre@sidel.com
GMEA

Sidel Spa
Via la Spezia 241/A – 43100 Parma, ITALY
Tel: (39) 0521 999.647, fax: (39) 0521 999.787
training-parma@sidel.com

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NA (North America) Area
NA
Sidel Inc.
5600 Sun Court 30092 Norcross – Georgia – USA
Tel: 001 678 221 3000, fax: 001 770 447 0084
training-atlanta@sidel.com

LAM (Latin America) Area

Sidel Do Brasil Ltda


Rodovia Regis Bittencourt,
Km 286 Itapecerica da Serra
06888700 São Paulo – BRASIL
Tel.: 0055.11.4668-7000, fax: 0055.11.4668-7098
training-saopaulo@sidel.com

Sidel de Mexico SA de CV
Inglaterra 4920 Guadalajara Technology Park
Km 13 Carretera Guadalajara-Nogales
45010 Zapopan, Jalisco – MEXICO LAM

Tel. (52) (33) 3777 3730, fax: (52) (33) 3777 3768
training-guadalajara@sidel.com

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LE HAVRE (France) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS HOW TO ARRIVE

SIDEL TRAINING CENTRE – OCTEVILLE Upon the customer's arrival, an employee will
Avenue de la Patrouille de France – 76930 welcome them and accompany them to the Training
Octeville sur mer Centre.
Tel: +33 (0) 2 32 85 86 87 No safety shoes nor overalls are needed to visit the
Fax: +33 (0)2 32 85 81 35 factory.

HOTEL RESERVATION
Thanks to a pre-arranged agreement, our Training
Department can organise a hotel reservation with
the best hotel in LE HAVRE.

www.accorhotels.com
www.ventdouest.fr
www.bestwestern.fr
www.novotel.com/fr/hotel...novotel-le-havre.../

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LE HAVRE (France) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES
PICK-UP TIMING
Thanks to an agreement with a local Sessions will take place
agency, our Training Department can
organise the pick-up from the airport 4 DAYS TRAINING 3 DAYS TRAINING
to the hotel or Training Centre (from (Monday to Friday inc.) (Tuesday to Thursday inc.)
Paris Airport). or
www.stvoyageurs.fr  Monday 2 DAYS TRAINING
From 13:30 to 17:00 (Tuesday to Wednesday inc.)
From the hotel to our office, the  Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday
Training Centre can organise a daily (1 hour for Lunch  Every day
taxi service. in our canteen is included) (1 hour for Lunch
From 09:00 to 17:00 in our canteen is included)
The following link shows the airport  Friday From 09:00 to 17:00
site: (1 hour for Lunch
www.aeroportsdeparis.fr in our canteen is included)
From 09:00 to 13:30

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PARMA (Italy) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS HOW TO ARRIVE

SIDEL TRAINING CENTRE – PARMA When clients arrive at the main entrance
Via La Spezia 241/A 43100 Parma – Italy by taxi or pick-up:
Tel: +39 (0) 521 9991 To facilitate their access to our factory, trainees
Fax: +39 (0) 521 999787 will have to show an identity card or a passport.
Upon their arrival, an employee will welcome them
and accompany them to the Training Centre.
When visiting our factory, we ask clients to bring
safety shoes and overalls with them.

HOTEL RESERVATION
Thanks to a pre-arranged agreement, our Training
Department can organise a reservation with the
best hotel in Parma.
The following link shows all the hotels in Parma:
http://www.parmaincoming.it/hotel_parma_alberghi/
parma_citta.htm

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PARMA (Italy) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES
PICK-UP TIMING
Thanks to an agreement with a local Sessions will take place
agency, our Training Department can
organise the pick-up from the airport 4 DAYS TRAINING 3 DAYS TRAINING
to the hotel or Training Centre (from/to (Monday to Friday inc.) (Tuesday to Thursday inc.)
Milano Malpensa – Linate and from/to or
Bologna Airport).  Monday 2 DAYS TRAINING
From 13:30 to 17:00 (Tuesday to Wednesday inc.)
From the hotel to our office, the  Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday
Training Centre can organise a daily (1 hour for Lunch  Every day
taxi service. in our canteen is included) (1 hour for Lunch
From 09:00 to 17:00 in our canteen is included)
The following link shows  Friday From 09:00 to 17:00
the airport site (1 hour for Lunch
http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/it/ in our canteen is included)
http://www.bologna-airport.it/it/?LN=IT From 09:00 to 13:30

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MANTOVA (Italy) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS HOW TO ARRIVE

SIDEL TRAINING CENTRE – MANTOVA When clients arrive at the main entrance by taxi or
Z.I. Valdaro – Via Natta 4 – 46100 pick-up:
Mantova – Italy To facilitate their access to our factory, trainees will
Tel: +39 (0) 376 3441 have to show an identity card or a passport.
Fax: +39 (0) 376 302595 Upon their arrival, an employee will welcome them
and accompany them to the Training Centre.

HOTEL RESERVATION
Thanks to a pre-arranged agreement, our Training
Department can organise a reservation with the
best hotel in Mantova.

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MANTOVA (Italy) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES
PICK-UP TIMING
Thanks to an agreement with a local Sessions will take place
agency, our Training Department can
organise the pick-up from the airport  Every day
to the hotel or Training Centre (1 hour for Lunch
in our canteen is included)
From the hotel to our office, the From 09.00 to 16:30
Training Centre can organise
a daily taxi service.

The following link shows the airport


site:
http://www.aeroportoverona.it
http://www.bologna-
airport.it/it/?LN=IT
http://www.sea-aeroportimilano.it/it/

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ATLANTA (USA) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS HOW TO ARRIVE

SIDEL Inc. When clients arrive at the main entrance by taxi or pick-up:
5600 Sun Court. – Norcross, To facilitate their access to our factory, trainees will have to
GA 30092 USA show an identity card or a passport.
Tel: 001-678-221-3000 Upon their arrival, an employee will welcome them and
gilles.herauval@sidel.com accompany them to the Training Centre.
When visiting our factory, we ask clients to bring safety shoes
and overalls with them.

HOTEL RESERVATION
The Training Department would suggest the following hotels
http://www1.hilton.com/en_US/hi/hotel/ATLHPHF-Hilton-Atlanta-Northeast-
Georgia/index.do
http://homewoodsuites1.hilton.com/en_US/hw/hotel/ATLPEHW-Homewood-
Suites-by-Hilton-Atlanta-Peachtree-Corners-Norcross-Georgia/index.do
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/atldt-residence-inn-atlanta-downtown/
http://www.norcross.place.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/place/index.jsp
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/atlcp-atlanta-marriott-norcross/

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ATLANTA (USA) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES
PICK-UP TIMING
In the event of any problems, Sessions will take place
please refer to
Mr. Gilles Herauval: 4 DAYS TRAINING 3 DAYS TRAINING
gilles.herauval@sidel.com (Monday to Friday inc.) (Tuesday to Thursday inc.)
or
3 DAYS OF TRAINING 2 DAYS TRAINING
(Tuesday to Thursday inc.) (Tuesday to Wednesday inc.)

2 DAYS OF TRAINING  Every day


(Tuesday up to Wednesday inc.) (1 hour for Lunch
in our canteen is included)
(1 hour for Lunch From 09:00 to 17:00
in our canteen is included)
From 09:00 to 17:00

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BEIJING (CHINA) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS: HOW TO ARRIVE


From airport to BTTC, Sidel BEIJING
SIDEL BEIJING TECHNICAL Proposal 1: By taxi (preferred) – Distance: 47 km
TRAINING CENTRE Taxi charge (one way): ¥130 – Time by taxi: 50 mins
No. 8 Jian An Jie, Beijing Proposal 2: By airport shuttle bus, arrive in Fangzhuang. Stop.
Economic & Technological Change to taxi for Sidel – Shuttle charge: ¥16/Time: 1.5 h
Development Area, Taxi extra charge: ¥40/Time: 30 mins – Time by taxi: 1.5 h
100176 – Beijing, CHINA Trainees need to tell security guards the reason for their visit
Tel: +86 (10) 8722 3649 and to fill in the Visitor's Information in the security guards' book.
Fax: +86 (10) 6780 3502 Upon their arrival, an employee will welcome them and accompany
them to the Training Centre.
training-beijing@sidel.com
HOTEL RESERVATION
PULLMAN Hotel
Tel: (+86)10 87228888
Price: CNY 500, includes breakfast and service fee
Address: 12 Ronghua South Road, Beijing Economic Technological
Development Area, Beijing south (near Sidel company).
JINJIANGFUYUAN BEIJING HOTEL
Tel:(+86)10 67800888
Price: ¥450 includes breakfast and 15% service fee

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GUADALAJARA (Mexico) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES

ADRESS: HOW TO ARRIVE


When clients arrive at the main entrance by taxi or pick-up:
SIDEL TRAINING CENTRE – To facilitate their access to our factory, trainees will have to show
GUADALAJARA an identity card or a passport.
Av. Inglaterra 4920 Guadalajara Upon their arrival, an employee will welcome them and accompany
Technology them to the Training Centre.
Park Zapopan, When visiting our factory, we ask clients to bring safety shoes
Jalisco México – CP 45010 and overalls with them.
Tel: +52 (33) 37 77 37 30
Fax:+52 (33) 37 77 37 68
HOTEL RESERVATION
Thanks to pre-arranged agreements, our Training Department can
organise reservations with the better, more comfortable and safe hotels
in Guadalajara, close to the Sidel Training Centre
Hotel Camino Real Guadalajara Hotel City Express Expo
Hotel Camino Real Expo Hotel Camino Real
Hotel Hilton Expo Hotel Intercontinental
Hotel Ibis Expo Hotel Holiday Inn Express
Hotel Fiesta Inn Expo

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GUADALAJARA (Mexico) TECHNICAL TRAINING FACILITIES
PICK-UP TIMING
Thanks to an agreement with a local Sessions will take place
agency, our Training Department can
organise the pick-up from the 5 DAYS TRAINING 4 DAYS TRAINING
International Guadalajara Airport (Monday to Friday inc.) (Tuesday to Thursday inc.)
Miguel Hidalgo to the hotel or
Training Centre.  From Monday to Thursday  From Monday to Thursday
(1 hour for Lunch (1 hour for Lunch
From the hotel to our office, the in our canteen is included) in our canteen is included)
Training Centre can organise a From 09:00 to 17:00 From 09:00 to 17:00
daily taxi service.  Friday  Friday
(1 hour for Lunch (1 hour for Lunch
The following link shows the airport in our canteen is included) in our canteen is included)
site: From 09:00 to 13:30 From 09:00 to 13:30
http://aeropuertosgap.com.mx/englis
h/airports/guadalajara-airport

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General Information

TRAINING TIMETABLE ECONOMICAL CONDITIONS


 For session timetables, please refer to each  For training sessions performed at SIDEL
Training Centre information page Training Centres, travel, board, lodging and
local transportation expenses for participants
are not included
MACHINE AVAILABILITY
 Lunch in the SIDEL canteen during Training
 For training undertaken at customer's own Days, is included
plant, the machines must be available for  SIDEL is at the customer's disposal to make
a minimum of 2 hours each training day to hotel reservations, book local transport and
allow for the practical part of the session to provide logistical assistance
 Machines must always be in good  For training sessions undertaken
operational condition at customer's own plant, please refer
to each quotation

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
 Maximum of six people per session – to
ensure sufficient time for practical phases

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DEFINITIONS
The words below shall have the meanings herein assigned to them:
"Contract" shall mean the entire agreement between the Purchaser and the Seller, including these General Conditions, the Offer as the case may be,
the Purchaser's order, the Seller's acknowledgment of order and any amendments thereto of these documents.
"Offer" shall mean the budget or firm commercial quotation issued in writing by the Seller to the Purchaser for the sale of the Services.
"Parts" shall mean any of the spare parts sold and/or the parts provided with options & upgrades.
"Services" shall mean the spare parts, and/or options & upgrades, and/or the manpower, which are exhaustively identified, as the case may be, in the Offer
or in the acknowledgment of order.

1. General
These General Conditions shall govern all quotations, offers, orders, return receipts of the orders, invoices, sales between the Parties and shall prevail over any
conflicting clauses contained in the Purchaser's general terms and conditions of purchase. The Purchaser's general terms and conditions of purchase will not
be accepted in any circumstances and if contained in another document they shall be deemed to have no effect. These General Conditions shall come into
force upon their signature by both Parties and shall have a first duration of one year. They shall thereafter be automatically extended for successive one (* year
periods, unless terminated by either Party having given written notice of termination to the other Party at least three (3) months prior to the end of the initial term
or any subsequent period of one (* year.
The Contract supersedes any and all previous agreements and understandings, whether written or oral, between the Parties with respect to the subject matter
hereof.
In the event of contradiction between the various documents composing the Contract referred to above, the first listed document shall prevail over the others
in the following order of precedence
 The Offer

 The acknowledgment of order

 These general Conditions

 The order

The Contract shall be deemed to have been entered into upon the date of the acknowledgment of order. No modification from these General Conditions
shall be considered as accepted until it has been agreed to by the Parties in a written amendment. The Purchaser is responsible for providing to the Seller
all information, data and specifications necessary for the Seller to provide an accurate Offer.

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2. Time for Shipment/Performance of the Services/Packaging


The estimated time for shipment or performance of the Services are indicated in the Offer or in the acknowledgment of order. Unless otherwise agreed between
the Parties, the Seller will pack the Parts in a manner suitable to protect them during their transport.

3. Force Majeure
Neither Party shall be liable for failure to perform in whole or in part any of its obligations by reason of a force majeure event such as, notably, governmental
action, war (whether declared or not), fire, flood, thunder, disturbance in supplies from normally reliable sources (including but not limited to electricity, water,
gas, electronic components, etc.), interruption or delay in transportation, strike or lock-out, or any other event, the effect of which
is beyond the reasonable control of the Party concerned.
If the performance in whole or in part of any substantial obligation under this Contract is delayed by reason of any such force majeure event for
a period exceeding three (3) months, the Parties shall meet and review in good faith the desirability of terminating or continuing this Contract.
The Seller shall be entitled to the payment due for the Services delivered and/or already performed.

4. Price, Payment Conditions


The price for the Contract is firm, and is definitive for the duration of the Contract. Price for Parts is to be considered Ex-Works, unpacked at storage location.
All payments shall be made in accordance with terms specified in the Offer or in the acknowledgment of order as the case may be. The price does not include
import duties or taxes, stamp taxes, VAT, sales taxes or any other fee, levy or charge of any kind whatsoever levied in the Purchaser's country, which shall be
borne and paid by the Purchaser.
In the event of a delay in payment, the Purchaser shall be liable, as of right, for late interest penalties at a rate of seven percentage points spread over the rate
applied by the European Central Bank at its most recent refinancing operation or the highest rate allowable by the applicable law. Any delay
in payment shall entitle the Seller to suspend or interrupt its performance, including the Service for which payment is late. In case of a dispute,
the Purchaser shall have no right to set off or withhold any payment due.

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5. Passing of Risks
The price and time upon which the risk on the Parts shall pass to the Purchaser shall be fixed in accordance with the Incoterm (ICC Incoterm 2000)
indicated in the Seller's invoice.

6. Variations
Any addendum, amendment or addition to the Services requested by the Purchaser after conclusion of the Contract is subject to prior written agreement
of the Parties.

7. Regulation in Force
Seller shall not be under any obligation to deliver and/or perform the Services, if such delivery and/or performance are hindered by applicable export laws and
regulations of France, the United States of America or other countries. With respect to those Parts which include materials or technology originating from the
United States of America, Purchaser undertakes to comply at all time and in all circumstances with all export and/or re-export laws and regulations of the United
States of America.
The Parts shall comply with standards and regulations in force in the European Union at the conclusion date of the Contract.

8. Retention of Title
The Parts shall remain the property of the Seller, and the Seller shall have a pledge and security thereof for guarantee purposes, until full payment
of the price has been received on the Seller's bank account.

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9. Technical Conditions and Responsibility


The Seller shall be responsible for delivering and/or performing the Services in accordance with the Contract and shall perform all the tasks which
are under its responsibility according to the technical conditions as specified in the Offer or the acknowledgment of order as the case may be.
Any other task which is not under the Seller's responsibility pursuant to such technical conditions is under the Purchaser's responsibility.

10.Inspection/Storage/Warehousing
Purchaser shall open the crate(s) and inspect the Seller's Parts promptly upon their arrival at the delivery destination and shall within five (5) business
days after delivery give written notice to the Seller of any claim for damages, defects or nonconformity, together with photographic evidence
of the damage to the Seller's Parts. Failure to make such claim or give such notice within the stated period shall constitute an irrevocable acceptance
of the Seller's Parts and an admission that such Parts have has been received by Purchaser in good condition, free of damage and that they fully comply
with all the terms and conditions of the Contract. Seller shall not bear any responsibility for any third party Parts found to be damaged
or nonconforming upon receipt by Purchaser. Any loss or damage to the Seller's Parts that occurs during transportation, storage or otherwise after
the Parts have been accepted shall be the sole responsibility of Purchaser.

11. Warranty
The Seller warrants that the Parts are free from any malfunction due to a defect in the material, in the manufacture or in the conception of such Parts
for a period of one (* year from shipment date. No other warranty shall be borne by the Seller. Common wear parts and consumables are excluded from the
warranty. Wear parts are those parts designed to support on their own or as a priority the deteriorations such as abrasion, corroding, ageing, fatigue, etc. Wear
parts are for example, but not limited to, seals, guiding parts (bearings, rollers...), shock absorbers, springs, electrical components, etc. The Seller is not bound
by any warranty whether legal or contractual, and shall not be held liable for defects or damages arising from any
of the following reasons: bad maintenance of the Parts or the equipment (herein after “Equipment”) on which they are installed by Purchaser,
,modification/replacement/repair of the Parts or the Equipment without the written consent of the Seller or incorrectly carried out by the Purchaser,
non-compliance with operating manual and directions for use provided by the Seller, unqualified or not properly trained personnel, or personnel who cannot
read or write (generally or in Purchaser's home language), normal wear and tear, exposure to conditions outside the range of the environmental specifications,
or chemical, electronic or electrical influences which were not contemplated in the Contract.

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Seller shall perform the manpower and training Services under the Contract with the sole obligation to use the necessary resources. Training shall be provided
on a collective basis and Seller will be deemed to have fulfilled its obligations hereunder even though some or all trainees have not attended all courses. At the
end of each training course, Seller may issue a training certificate in respect of each trainee having completed the courses,
but Seller shall not incur any liability as to the results of such training courses or as to the trainees' performance of their tasks after having been trained. Any
failure related to the performance of the manpower Services shall be notified to Seller within 8 days upon completion of the maintenance service concerned
and, should the claim be justified, shall cause the defective manpower Service to be performed again.

THE ABOVE WARRANTIES SHALL CONSTITUTE THE ONLY WARRANTY AND SOLE REMEDY OF PURCHASER AND THE SOLE LIABILITY
OF SELLER; THE WARRANTIES OF THIS PARAGRAPH ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, REPRESENTATIONS AND
CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED BY STATUTE, TRADE USAGE OR OTHERWISE ARE EXCLUDED AND SHALL NOT APPLY TO
THE PARTS DELIVERED OR SERVICES PERFORMED, EXCEPT FOR WARRANTIES WHICH BY LAW CANNOT BE EXCLUDED OR LIMITED.

12. Order Cancellation


All orders received are firm and definitive.

12.1 Parts: Cancellation of the order of a Part will either be charged (totally or partially) or not by the Seller depending of the Part concerned and the nature
and furtherance of manufacturing of this Part. In any case, the Seller will charge the Purchaser for the costs of any option & upgrade study.

12.2 Manpower: When the cancellation of the order of technicians occurs fifteen (15) days prior to the determined date of intervention, the Seller
will charge the Purchaser for the travel booking fees.

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12.3 Training: When the cancellation of the order of a training session occurs:
• Thirty (30) to fifteen (15) days prior to the determined date of the training session, the Seller will charge the Purchaser 30% of the training session price
• Fifteen (15) days prior to the determined date of the training session, the Seller will charge the Purchaser the total price of the training session
and travel booking fees
In case, the trainees do not attend the whole duration of the training session, the Seller will nevertheless charge the Purchaser the total price
of the training session and travel fees.

13. Limitation of Liability


All cases of contractual breach and the relevant consequences as well as all rights and claims on the part of the Purchaser, irrespective on what ground they
are based, are exhaustively covered by these General Conditions. In particular, any claims not expressly mentioned for damages, reduction
of price, termination of or withdrawal from the Contract is excluded. Seller shall be liable only for damage directly caused by its own negligence.
THE SELLER SHALL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE FOR ANY INDIRECT, IMMATERIAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS OR DAMAGE WHATSOEVER, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OF BUSINESS OPERATION, LOSS OF USE,
LOSS OF ANTICIPATED BUSINESS OR PROFIT, OR ANY OTHER FINANCIAL OR ECONOMIC LOSS EVEN
IF FORESEEABLE AND RESULTING FROM SELLER'S NEGLIGENCE.
Except in case of gross negligence or willful misconduct, Seller's total liability, for any other cause cannot exceed the aggregate amount of ten per cent (10%)
of the price and/or the order concerned. In addition, it is expressly agreed between the parties that Purchaser shall use all reasonable efforts
and take all reasonable steps in order to mitigate the loss incurred.

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14. Arbitration
All disputes, controversies or claims arising in connection with this Contract will be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber
of Commerce by three arbitrators appointed in accordance with the said Rules unless the Parties agree on the choice of one arbitrator.
The arbitration will take place in Geneva, Switzerland, in English.

15. Applicable law


The Contract shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Swiss substantive law without regard to its conflict of laws

16. Confidentiality
16.1 For the purposes of the present Contract, and except where an exception commonly recognised as such by the law and case law applies, notably where
the information was already known prior to its disclosure, or where such information has been disclosed by a third party by virtue of the law,
the term "Confidential Information" shall mean all information in whatever form, tangible or intangible, including but not limited to all technical and/or financial
information obtained by either Party (the "Receiving Party") from the other Party (the "Disclosing Party") or their respective affiliates.
The content and the subject matter of the Contract shall also be treated as Confidential Information.

16.2 Any and all Confidential Information shall remain the exclusive property of the Disclosing Party.
The Receiving Party shall neither disclose Confidential Information to a third party, nor use it for any purpose other than is required for the performance of the
Contract or the exercise of its rights hereunder, and shall take all necessary measures to ensure that such obligation be complied with
for a period of five (5) years after its expiration or termination.

16.3 The Parties acknowledge that no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made by the Parties hereto with respect to the truth, accuracy,
completeness or reasonableness of Confidential Information exchanged.

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17. Intellectual Property


17.1 Authorship rights, trademarks, copyrights, patents, and any other intellectual property right (hereinafter referred to as "the Intellectual Property Rights”)
over the Parts or over any document, component and software embedded in or delivered with the Parts, shall remain the sole and exclusive property of the
Seller. The Seller grants the Purchaser the limited non-exclusive, non transferable right to use the Intellectual Property Rights
that are necessary to the working of the Parts sold by the Seller. No other rights express or implied in connection with such Intellectual Property Rights are
granted.
Consequently, Purchaser undertakes not to manufacture or have a third party manufacture Parts that are the object of an Intellectual Property Right.
Furthermore, Purchaser shall make neither decompilation of software supplied by the Seller, nor copy thereof, nor modification without the Seller's express
agreement. In addition, unless where otherwise agreed in a specific contract, no transfer of right relating to the shapes of containers supplied by Seller is
granted to the Purchaser. The Seller's name and its logo shall not be used for advertising or other purpose without the Seller's prior written agreement.

17.2 Seller represents that, to the best of its knowledge, the Parts do not infringe any industrial or intellectual property right of third parties
(hereafter "Third Party Rights").
In the event of a claim based on infringement of Third Party Rights as a result of Purchaser's possession or use of the Parts supplied hereunder,
the Seller shall at its expense and at its choice either: i) indemnify the Purchaser or ii) obtain the right to use the infringing Parts, or iii) modify the Parts so that
they become non-infringing, or iv) replace the Parts with non-infringing Parts. Any indemnity will be limited to the sale price of the Services as invoiced to the
Purchaser. Seller's obligations hereunder are conditional upon Purchaser: i) giving notice in writing within fifteen (15) days of any claim or proceeding being
made or threatened; ii) not making any admission, declaration or arrangement which may be prejudicial to the defense of such claim or proceeding; iii) allowing
the Seller to defend and settle under its responsibility any proceedings or claims and affording all available assistance in connection therewith. The Seller shall
have no obligations hereunder with respect to infringements caused by acts of the Purchaser over which Seller has no control. Such acts include: i) Seller's
compliance with the Purchaser's designs or instructions; ii) use of the Parts in a manner, for a purpose,
or in a foreign country not agreed to in writing by the Seller; iii) assembly, operate or use of the Parts in combination with any product not supplied
by the Seller, iv) modification of the Parts without the Seller's prior written consent.

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18. Assignment, Subcontracting


The Seller shall be entitled to assign any or all of its rights and obligations under this Contract to any third party.
The Seller shall be entitled to subcontract any or all of its rights and obligations under this Contract, provided that on such subcontracting the Seller
will guarantee the obligations of the subcontractor under this Contract.

19. Termination
This Contract may be terminated prior to its expiration date as follows:
(a) Unilaterally, by either Party upon delivery of a written notice to the other Party indicating that such other Party has materially defaulted in the performance
of its obligations under this Contract, provided that the default has not been cured without effect during forty-five (45) days after receipt
of such notice;
(b) Unilaterally, by one of the Parties in case of insolvency, bankruptcy or dissolution of the other party, to the extent that such termination is permitted by law.
Termination is immediate and without judicial formalities, notwithstanding possible damages that may be claimed against the defaulting Party. Upon termination
of this Contract by the Seller due to a default by Purchaser, Seller's performance of its obligations under this Contract shall cease and Purchaser shall pay
Seller the balance of any and all payments due to Seller for Services delivered and/or performed provided up to and including
the date of termination.

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Our purpose is to help
brands protect the product
inside, preserve the planet
outside and touch the lives
of millions of people every

Thank you!
day.

We do so by offering
complete and modular
PET packaging solutions,
including people, services
and equipment.

Sidel has over 165 years of


industrial experience. With
30,000 machines installed
in more than 190 countries,
we have been helping
producers fill beverage
bottles for over 85 years,
blow them for more than
50 and label them for more
than 40. We have over
40 years of aseptic
packaging expertise, and
were one of the first
companies to introduce
PET bottles to the beverage
industry over 35 years ago.

Part of the Tetra Laval


group, Sidel has offices
worldwide, including
8 production sites and
8 training centres. All our
experts are committed to
creating the optimum
liquid-packaging solution.

We call it A Better Match -


for our world, our
customers and ourselves.

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