PN121 – Pneumatics (2) Maintenance

PN121 – Pneumatics (2) Maintenance

Extend your specialist knowledge of pneumatic control systems and improve your methodical skills. Practical exercises on training equipment for setting up, commissioning, troubleshooting and fault elimination make it easier to transfer knowledge to your day-to-day work.

Target group

Design Engineers, Plant Engineers, Maintenance staff and instructors


Contents

  • Pneumatic Symbols and Standards (Revision)
  • Pneumatic power generation, preparation and distribution
  • Design, function and identification of pneumatic components
  • Reconstruction and reading of pneumatic circuits
  • Reviewing, completing and using machine documentation
  • Developing and applying troubleshooting strategies
  • Optimising systems using fault documentation
  • Learning and applying safety regulations and valid standards
  • Practical exercise and systematic “hands-on” troubleshooting

Outcomes
The Participant:

  • knows and can identify the problems associated with poor compressed air preparation
  • can set up and commission pneumatic systems
  • can maintain and systematically troubleshoot pneumatic control systems
  • can understand the causes of downtime and failures
  • can interpret latest standards and regulations

Requirements

Pneumatic (1) Basic course

Duration

3 days

Accreditation

NQF - Level 3

World Skills