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E-Learning Courses

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Course Summary:

Our Mobile Hydraulic course delivers an interactive training experience designed to help you understand the fundamental concepts of hydraulic systems of mobile equipment. Learn the various physics laws related to hydraulic power, as well as the hydraulic components and circuits associated with these systems. Study the basics of hydrostatic transmissions, valves, and maintenance systems common to almost all  combustion engine vehicles. You will also study the symbols and language  of schematics, helping you know your hydraulic systems inside and out.



Program content

Fluid Power Physics: Build your foundation for the course by reviewing the basic physics principles that govern fluid power: Horsepower, Torque, Heat, Flow, Pressure Drop, Velocity, and Viscosity.


Pumps: View in 3D various types of hydraulic pumps, and learn more about gear, vane, and  piston pumps: their differences and similarities, and proper application.


Actuators: Learn how hydraulic actuators convert hydraulic horsepower back into mechanical horse-power and other valuable information about how they work inside your system.


Pressure Control: Understand the basics behind force manipulation using control valves, the two basic designs, and their operating principles.


Directional Control: Discover how directional control valves determine hydraulic system design and their importance in these systems, and see how these valves operate.


Modular Control: Know the how’s and why’s of modular valves and how they enhance system design and troubleshooting.


Schematics: Identify the basic symbols of a hydraulic schematic and learn to read the layout of systems on paper or computer.


Resumen del curso:

Nuestro curso de Hidráulica móvil ofrece una experiencia de capacitación interactiva diseñada para ayudarlo a comprender los conceptos fundamentales de los sistemas hidráulicos de equipos móviles. Conozca las diversas leyes de física relacionadas con la energía hidráulica, así como los componentes y circuitos hidráulicos asociados con estos sistemas. Estudie los conceptos básicos de las transmisiones hidrostáticas, las válvulas y los sistemas de mantenimiento comunes a casi todos los vehículos con motor de combustión. También estudiará los símbolos y el lenguaje de los esquemas, ayudándole a conocer sus sistemas hidráulicos por dentro y por fuera.

Program content

Física de la potencia del fluido: construya su base para el curso revisando los principios básicos de física que rigen la potencia del fluido: caballos de fuerza, par, calor, flujo, caída de presión, velocidad y viscosidad.


Bombas: vea en 3D varios tipos de bombas hidráulicas y aprenda más sobre bombas de engranajes, paletas y pistones: sus diferencias y similitudes, y la aplicación adecuada.


Actuadores: aprenda cómo los actuadores hidráulicos convierten la potencia hidráulica nuevamente en potencia mecánica y otra información valiosa sobre cómo funcionan dentro de su sistema.


Control de presión: Comprenda los conceptos básicos detrás de la manipulación de la fuerza utilizando válvulas de control, los dos diseños básicos y sus principios operativos.


Control direccional: descubra cómo las válvulas de control direccional determinan el diseño del sistema hidráulico y su importancia en estos sistemas, y vea cómo funcionan estas válvulas.


Control modular: conozca cómo y por qué las válvulas modulares y cómo mejoran el diseño del sistema y la resolución de problemas.


Esquemas: identifique los símbolos básicos de un esquema hidráulico y aprenda a leer el diseño de los sistemas en papel o computadora.


Course Summary:

Our Mobile Electrical course delivers an interactive training experience designed to help you understand the fundamental concepts of electrical systems of mobile equipment. Learn the various physics laws related to electrical power, as well as the basic terminology and formulas behind electrical systems. Study the basic electrical system common to almost all combustion engine vehicles, and how the battery, charging, and starting systems function and interact with each other. Know the basics of digital  multi-meters and how to use them for various electrical tests.


Program content

Electrical Fundamentals: Know the basic physics laws and terminology that govern the operation of electrical systems.


Circuit Fundamentals: Recognize the sections of a circuit, its components and functions, as well as the laws governing voltage and current.


Circuit Analysis: Understand the impact of circuit components on electrical systems and the tech-niques used to analyze the effects of in various configurations.


Basic Magnetism: Learn about the different kinds of magnets, how magnetic fields interact with each other, and how the properties of magnetic materials affect magnetic fields.


Circuit Components: Understand the various com-ponents of circuits, their flow, and how they convert electrical energy into other forms of energy.


Electrical Testers: Gauge the effects of technology on electrical testing and how it has improved our ability to measure and work with electronics  and electricity.


Charging and Starting Systems: Understand how lead-acid batteries operate and how the charging and starting systems work in most combustion engine vehicles.


Course Summary:

Our Pneumatics course focuses on the basic physics laws, schematics, and systems design associated with pneumatic systems and fluid power. Learn about various pneumatic compressors, air dryers, actuators, and airline conductors. See how air is used as a medium to transfer energy through vacuum, distribution, and direc-tional controls. Study air preparation, distribution, and accessories used to make pneumatic systems operate. Understand the symbols represented in pneumatic schematics and how to read them.

Program content

Basic Physics: Build a foundation for the course based on basic physics principles that govern mechanical power transmissions— energy, torque, horsepower and more.


Compressors: Learn terminology associated with compressors, see how compressors operate, and become familiar with the components that ensure safe and efficient operation of systems.


Air Dryers: Discover the various ways air is dried to help preserve the metal parts exposed to  air pressure.


Air Preparation: Understand the steps of final preparation associated with filtering, regulating, and lubricating air before use in hydraulic systems, and when these techniques are necessary.


Control Valves: View the designs, operation  techniques, port layouts, positions, and pressure configurations that help make pneumatic  systems operate.


Actuators: Learn the interface components that convert pneumatic energy into mechanical energy and the motions used by actuators in pneumatic systems.


Air Line Conductors: Learn the types of air line conductors and how they are best used to carry air to all the various components in the pneumatic circuit.


Vacuum: View demonstrations on how vacuum is created to help your system work.


Schematics: Identify the basic symbols of a pneu-matic schematic.


Course Summary:

Our mechanical course gives you a broad-based training of the basic physics laws, schematics,  and systems design associated with mechanical power transmissions. The course delivers an interactive training experience designed to help understand the various components found in a typical mechanical system and how these components function and interact with each other. Learn about topics, such as linear actuators, clutches, brakes, bearings, gears, drives, and more. Study how these mechanical systems work and how to troubleshoot them.

Program content

Basic Physics: Build a foundation for the course based on basic physics principles that govern mechanical power transmissions— energy, torque, horsepower, and more.


Linear Actuators: Understand how linear actuators convert rotational motion into linear motion and the operations that surround this conversion.


Clutches: Learn about clutches and their compo-nents, differences and similarities, capabilities, and proper application within mechanical power trans-mission systems.


Clutch/Brake Systems: Understand the different types of combinations that make up your clutch/brake systems.


Bearings: Understand the purpose and terminol-ogy of bearings and where they are used within mechanical power transmissions.


Gears: Know the different kinds of gears, how they operate, and where they are best used to transmit power.


Drives: Study the different types of belt and chain drives, how they are designed, and their basic  theory of operation.


Couplings: Learn usage and applications of cou-plings and the different types, functions, and  features of these critical components of mechanical power transmissions.


Course Summary:

Students begin by learning combustion fundamentals and a brief history of diesel engines. They identify the various components of a typical diesel engine and how these components function and interact with each other. Students also examine fuel pumps, fuel injectors, and intake and exhaust systems, and study the components of the diesel fuel system. They  then study engine lubrication and analyze how  engine-cooling systems work.

Program content

Combustion Fundamentals: This course provides an overview of the history of diesel engines. Learn  to differentiate between the two-stroke and  four-stroke engine. Master the basic terminology connected with engine output such as energy, force, work, torque, and horsepower.


Engine Components: Differentiate between direct and indirect injection engines. Identify the compo-nents and functions of the cylinder head, the cylin-der block, and the engine. Describe the process of engine combustion and how a diesel engine turns latent chemical energy into mechanical power.


Air Intake and Exhaust: Engine performance is dependent upon the quality of combustion, which in turn is dependent upon the quality of air and fuel. Diesel engines are designed around an intake and exhaust system. Discover how to regulate these systems for efficient engine performance.


Diesel Fuel Systems: Study the functions of the components of the diesel fuel system. Explore fuel storage and handling issues as well as common alternative fuels.


Fuel System Components: Further investigate fuel system components, such as the variety of fuel pumps, fuel injectors, and governors.


Engine Lubrication: Study the importance of oil in a working engine. Learn the varied and vital functions oil performs in an internal combustion engine, beyond simply lubrication.


Engine Cooling: Discover how a cooling system controls engine temperature to prevent engine fail-ure due to overheating. Study the components and functions of an engine cooling system.


Electrical System: Learn how the battery, charging, and starting systems integrate with the fuel system to supply power to a vehicle.


Course Summary:

AC/DC Motors & Drives is designed to help train-ees understand how electrical motors and drives work with each other and other systems. Trainees also learn how to identify and calculate the speed, torque, and horsepower of a motor, how motors and drives operate, how to identify the hardware and firmware involved in motor operation, and safety considerations associated with operating electromechanical systems.

Program content

System Components: Study the basic terminology and principles involved with motors and drives to develop a foundation for the other principles  presented in this course.


AC/DC Motors: Understand the torque-related  principles of AC motors and the magnetism related principles of DC motors and how the laws of  magnetism, speed, horsepower, and torque  produce power.


Selecting a Replacement Motor: Interpret a motor’s nameplate and understand the nameplate data  so you can find a replacement motor or an  acceptable substitute.


Line Protection and Filtering: Examine the reasons behind understanding fuses and filtering devices: Protect personnel from electrical dangers


Operate an electrical code compliant system Extend the life of equipment through proper  fusing and filtering


Electrostatic Concepts: Avoid electrostatic  discharges by understanding what causes them and what components they affect.


AC/DC Drives Hardware: Consider the difference between AC and DC drives, and learn more about the functions, components, and firmware of  AC drives.


AC and DC Braking: Stop a motor using three different methods, learn the advantages and dis-advantages of each, and explore the two main electrical braking methods and how they relate  to AC or DC drives.


Testing the System: Study the five different electrical measuring tools that can be used to help diagnose problems in AC/DC drives.


Checking the System: Master the pre-power and power-on checks that will locate bad alignment and bad wiring in a drive.


Using the HIM with the Drive: Monitor the parame-ters of a drive that will help you program, maintain, and troubleshoot an AC/DC drive using a Human Interface Module, commonly call the H-I-M or HIM.


Selecting a Drive: Analyze the applications of variable speed and motion control, matching the proper drive with the proper application.


Course Summary:

In this course, students explore the hardware, firm-ware, and software that make a PLC function. The course also examines appropriate PLCs to use for specific purposes, how to connect devices to a PLC, and how to read and write basic PLC lad-der-logic software programs. By understanding how to connect to PLC hardware and function in various control systems, students build strong foundational knowledge of automation control and components.

Program content

What is a PLC: Learn what PLCs are, what they can do, and how they differ from other computers.


PLC Hardware: Study about the two main types—fixed and modular PLC Numbering Systems - Discover the math functions related to PLCs.


How a PLC is Structured: See the different sec-tions of PLC systems and learn how they store data, memory processes and data operations.


How to Program a PLC: Master the language of PLCs using graphical images and learn how to upload to and download from a PLC.


Devices Connected: Learn how to properly connect your controller to another device to a PLC.


How to Use Timers: Link your PLC process to your production time, and control when operations hap-pen and how long they proceed.


How to Use Counters: Tally the quantity of your automated processes with PLC counters.


Resumen del curso:

Nuestro curso de Electricidad móvil ofrece una experiencia de capacitación interactiva diseñada para ayudarlo a comprender los conceptos fundamentales de los sistemas eléctricos de los equipos móviles. Conozca las diversas leyes de física relacionadas con la energía eléctrica, así como la terminología básica y las fórmulas detrás de los sistemas eléctricos. Estudie el sistema eléctrico básico común a casi todos los vehículos con motor de combustión y cómo funcionan e interactúan los sistemas de batería, carga y arranque. Conozca los conceptos básicos de los multímetros digitales y cómo usarlos para varias pruebas eléctricas.

Program content

Fundamentos eléctricos: Conozca las leyes físicas básicas y la terminología que rige el funcionamiento de los sistemas eléctricos.


Fundamentos del circuito: reconoce las secciones de un circuito, sus componentes y funciones, así como las leyes que rigen el voltaje y la corriente.


Análisis de circuitos: comprenda el impacto de los componentes de los circuitos en los sistemas eléctricos y las técnicas utilizadas para analizar los efectos de varias configuraciones.


Magnetismo básico: aprenda sobre los diferentes tipos de imanes, cómo los campos magnéticos interactúan entre sí y cómo las propiedades de los materiales magnéticos afectan los campos magnéticos.


Componentes del circuito: Comprenda los diversos componentes de los circuitos, su flujo y cómo convierten la energía eléctrica en otras formas de energía.


Probadores eléctricos: mida los efectos de la tecnología en las pruebas eléctricas y cómo ha mejorado nuestra capacidad de medir y trabajar con electrónica y electricidad.


Sistemas de carga y arranque: comprenda cómo funcionan las baterías de plomo-ácido y cómo funcionan los sistemas de carga y arranque en la mayoría de los vehículos con motor de combustión.