SAN RAMON, Calif. — Educational Web site, Lubricants University, is introducing a new course, “Fundamentals of Hydraulic Systems,” as part of its online training portfolio.The module is a self-study, web-based program designed for hydraulic technicians, industrial maintenance specialists and lubricant sales representatives.
“Fundamentals of Hydraulic Systems” is designed to increase understanding of hydraulic system components, lubrication procedures and potential hydraulic system problems through a self-study, web-based program.The course also reviews hydraulic oil performance specifications and trends within the fluid power industry.
“The new hydraulics course is an efficient and cost-effective way for technicians and maintenance managers to increase their knowledge of hydraulics and value at the worksite,” said John Geyer, grease marketing manager, North American Lubricants at Chevron Products Company. “Hydraulic power is extraordinarily important in today’s industrial world. It is critical for those involved in the industry to understand hydraulic principals, maintenance practices and system trends.”
For more information visit www.lubricantsuniversity.com.
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