CEMENT HYDRAULIC MAINTENANCE COURSE

Behind every hydraulic system comprise critical components that influence power transmission. Improve your efficiency by recognizing how these components operate and affect the system. Learn the kinds of filter and piping used in hydraulic systems, describe the types and functions of hydraulic seals, and explain the operating principles of different types of pumps, further your learning of the types and uses of accumulators, control valves, relief valves, cylinders, and even actuators.

Objectives

The Hydraulics maintenance seminar applies appropriate problem-solving process and tools to solved specific hydraulic problem, helping the attendees to comprehend the hydraulic concept and hydraulic schematic, therefore will enhance the knowledge and the capacity of troubleshooting the different hydraulics system in the cement industry. Stay on top of the industry practices on hydraulics. Explore the basics of a hydraulic system by reviewing the types and properties of hydraulic fluids, identifying the symbols used on hydraulic schematics, and explaining hydraulic circuit operations based on a schematic system.

Benefits

Troubleshooting hydraulic systems and operating and maintaining your own hydraulic equipment starts by simply understanding how and why all the various components work.  This hydraulic course provides the fundamental building blocks and knowledge needed to be proficient working with industrial hydraulics and fluid power.

Course Contents

Introduction to Hydraulics: – Hydraulic Safety – Hydraulic Symbols – Hydraulic Components – Pumps – Valves – Actuators – Fluid – Conditioning Components – Accessories.

  • Cement Plants, Hydraulic Equipment
  • Vertical roller mill spring systems
  • Rotary kiln thrust rollers and Rotary kiln friction drives
  • Clinker cooler drives and Clinker cooler roll breakers

Hydraulics Exercises: – Pump pressure control – Pump volume control; swash plate control – Cavitation – Maximum pressure – Pressure relief valve – Flow rate of pump & setting – valves adjustment – Pressure reducing circuit – Measuring flow out of a cylinder – Pressure reducing circuit – Counterbalance – Cylinder leak test – Closed center pressure buildup – Troubleshooting.

Method

The course comprises a combination of theoretical classroom lectures, exercises and group work and field inspection.

Documentation

To enhance and facilitate the participants’ learning experiences, the following materials are as part of the course package:

  • Participant manual:
  • Include the key concepts, definitions, and activities presented in this course.
  • Work section book:

Provide learning activities and hands-on practice. Solutions are included after each exercise for immediate feedback.

 

Duration

4 days

Planned course days

To be agreed.

Location

The course can be held on approved cement plant as well as off-site locations.

Registration fee

To be agreed. 

A New level of competence