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Pneumatics 8-Part Series

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This eight-part training series will help students understand the fundamentals of pneumatic technology. The series emphasizes the specific skills needed to understand the principles of pneumatics — familiarizing students with circuits, compressed air power, circuitry, air processing, valves, safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting.

The Pneumatics series is designed for pneumatics students who have little or no knowledge of the field. All the terms used are defined or explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a pneumatics vocabulary to understand the content.

DVDs included:

(Select a product for more information or to preview online.)

Pneumatics: The Power Of Compressed AirTeaches how to use energy that has been transferred from pneumatic power in the form of compressed and flowing air.

Pneumatics: The Pneumatic CircuitTeaches that the basic function of the pneumatic system is to produce and transmit energy; even though there are slight differences in system components, they function the same.

Pneumatics: Processing AirIntroduces components that process air by compressing, storing, treating, and distributing air to the actuator.

Pneumatics: Using Compressed AirTeaches that motion is either linear or rotary, regardless of the system used. Describes the basic structure, function, and operation of the pneumatic components that produce linear and rotary motion.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic Control ValvesExplains the function of pneumatic control valves and how they operate within a pneumatic system in order for the actuators to operate properly.

Pneumatics: Working Safely With Pneumatic SystemsIdentifies the safety precautions associated with pneumatic systems and the safety rules that should be followed when working with pneumatic components.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic System MaintenanceExplains the importance of a pneumatic system pro-active maintenance program and the differences between predictive and preventive maintenance programs.

Pneumatics: Troubleshooting Pneumatic SystemsExplains how to systematically identify the problems of a pneumatic system and determine their cause.

Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:

  • Help with course navigation
  • Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
  • Facilitate classroom discussion.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

This eight-part training series will help students understand the fundamentals of pneumatic technology. The series emphasizes the specific skills needed to understand the principles of pneumatics — familiarizing students with circuits, compressed air power, circuitry, air processing, valves, safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting.

The Pneumatics series is designed for pneumatics students who have little or no knowledge of the field. All the terms used are defined or explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a pneumatics vocabulary to understand the content.

eLearning courses included:

(Select a product for more information or to preview online.)

Pneumatics: The Power Of Compressed AirTeaches how to use energy that has been transferred from pneumatic power in the form of compressed and flowing air.

Pneumatics: The Pneumatic CircuitTeaches that the basic function of the pneumatic system is to produce and transmit energy; even though there are slight differences in system components, they function the same.

Pneumatics: Processing AirIntroduces components that process air by compressing, storing, treating, and distributing air to the actuator.

Pneumatics: Using Compressed AirTeaches that motion is either linear or rotary, regardless of the system used. Describes the basic structure, function, and operation of the pneumatic components that produce linear and rotary motion.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic Control ValvesExplains the function of pneumatic control valves and how they operate within a pneumatic system in order for the actuators to operate properly.

Pneumatics: Working Safely With Pneumatic SystemsIdentifies the safety precautions associated with pneumatic systems and the safety rules that should be followed when working with pneumatic components.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic System MaintenanceExplains the importance of a pneumatic system pro-active maintenance program and the differences between predictive and preventive maintenance programs.

Pneumatics: Troubleshooting Pneumatic SystemsExplains how to systematically identify the problems of a pneumatic system and determine their cause.

To learn more about our interactive online courseware, visit our DuPont™ eLearning Suite homepage or schedule a free online demonstration.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

Ensure a thorough training experience by purchasing the corresponding workbooks for the eight-part training series which will help students understand the fundamentals of pneumatic technology. The series emphasizes the specific skills needed to understand the principles of pneumatics — familiarizing students with circuits, compressed air power, circuitry, air processing, valves, safety, maintenance, and troubleshooting.

The Pneumatics series is designed for pneumatics students who have little or no knowledge of the field. All the terms used are defined or explained throughout the courses, so students are not required to have a pneumatics vocabulary to understand the content.

Workbooks included:

Pneumatics: The Power Of Compressed AirTeaches how to use energy that has been transferred from pneumatic power in the form of compressed and flowing air.

Pneumatics: The Pneumatic CircuitTeaches that the basic function of the pneumatic system is to produce and transmit energy; even though there are slight differences in system components, they function the same.

Pneumatics: Processing AirIntroduces components that process air by compressing, storing, treating, and distributing air to the actuator.

Pneumatics: Using Compressed AirTeaches that motion is either linear or rotary, regardless of the system used. Describes the basic structure, function, and operation of the pneumatic components that produce linear and rotary motion.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic Control ValvesExplains the function of pneumatic control valves and how they operate within a pneumatic system in order for the actuators to operate properly.

Pneumatics: Working Safely With Pneumatic SystemsIdentifies the safety precautions associated with pneumatic systems and the safety rules that should be followed when working with pneumatic components.

Pneumatics: Pneumatic System MaintenanceExplains the importance of a pneumatic system pro-active maintenance program and the differences between predictive and preventive maintenance programs.

Pneumatics: Troubleshooting Pneumatic SystemsExplains how to systematically identify the problems of a pneumatic system and determine their cause.

Workbooks contain lesson introductions, a practice and application area, and lesson progress checks to measure students' learning.

Click here for the PDF Spec Sheet.

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