IFPS Releases Second Edition of the Fluid Power Reference Handbook

The International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) recently announced the release of a second edition Fluid Power Reference Handbook, a resource for hydraulic, pneumatic and motion control professionals. 

The book also act as a resource for people becoming certified and re-certified through the IFPS. These certifications cover industrial hydraulics, mobile hydraulics, and pneumatics at the specialist, mechanic, and technician levels. They are objective, third-party assessment of industry skill levels and knowledge that have been since 1960, which has made them the industry standard for the fluid power and motion controls industry certifications. These certifications help individuals and companies alike increase their credibility within the industry.

For more information about the second edition handbooks and certifications, visit ifps.org.

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