This course deals with the study of the operation, design and function of various pneumatic and electro pneumatic elements commonly used in the industry. It presents the different pneumatic and electro pneumatic symbols and explains how they are used in schematic diagrams in accordance with ANSI, DIN and ISO standards. Sufficient time is allocated for hands-on exercises to achieve hook-up and troubleshooting skills of both pneumatic and electro pneumatic circuits.
This is actually the combination of two(2) course modules – Pneumatic Industrial Controls (PIC) and Electro Pneumatics (EP).
Upon completion of the module, the participant must be able to:
• Identify the parts of compressed air production, preparation and distribution systems.
• Identify mechatronic (pneumatic) devices including proximity sensors, directional valves, pneumatic cylinders, non-return valves,flow control valves, pressure control valves and time delay devices.
• Install and connect mechatronic devices including proximity sensors, directional valves, pneumatic cylinders, non-return valves, flow control valves, pressure control valves and time delay devices.
• Identify pneumatic components based on ISO/DIN symbols.
• Prepare and interpret technical drawings of pneumatic control systems.
• Read and interpret basic pneumatic schematic diagrams.
• Hook-up, simulate and troubleshoot pneumatic control systems.
• Explain the principles and applications of the different electro pneumatic elements.
• Read and interpret standard graphic symbols for electro pneumatic circuits and diagrams according to ANSI, DIN and ISO.
• Design electro pneumatic circuits for certain industrial applications.
• Connect, hook-up and troubleshoot given electro pneumatic circuits.
Participants in this course should have prior knowledge of practical electricity.
|Training Start||Training End||Schedule||Venue||Enroll|
|Apr 13, 2020||Apr 22, 2020||M, T, W, TH 08:00 AM-05:00 PM||312 - MFI Ortigas|