Fluid Power Forum Discusses Expanding Workforce Opportunities with New Hose Crimping Technology

Fluid Power Forum has officially hit 50 episodes, and we couldn’t have done it without our supportive audience and fascinating guests. In celebration of this achievement, this episode features Cindy Cookson of Gates. Listen below to hear about the latest advancements in hose crimping technology and how a digital interface is expanding access to the fluid power workforce.

This fluid power industry-focused podcast highlights the people, technologies and unique applications that are moving the industry forward. New episodes will be released every other Monday. View the schedule for upcoming episodes below.

  • July 5 | “Motor Grader Technology Relies on Upgraded Hydraulics for Improved Operation” | Jeff Kuehn of Caterpillar
  • July 19 | “Intelligent Sensor Technology Increases Efficiency of Pneumatic Systems” | Jeremy King of IMI Precision Engineering
  • August 2 | “Only Fluid Power Can Stop Terrorist Trucks Dead in Their Tracks” | Dan Turner of Turner Hydraulics, Inc.

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