MSOE’s Introduction to Hydraulics Class Offered at Discount by Ultra Clean

Ultra Clean Technologies Corp., an NFPA supplier member that manufactures pneumatic launchers and foam projectiles for removing internal contamination from hydraulic hoses, tubes, and pipes, has partnered with the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) to offer an Introduction to Hydraulics class at a 20 percent discount.

The hydraulics class is set to take place March 28 – April 1, 2016 at the Ultra Clean Technologies Headquarters in Bridgeton, New Jersey. Course participants will learn about basic fluid power concepts, hydraulic systems, and hydraulic components. By the end of the course, they will have a working knowledge of hydraulic systems and components and their operation, be able to read schematics based on ISO standards, and know how to analyze hydraulic circuits. The class is recommended for professionals with limited exposure to fluid power, including engineers, technical salespeople, technicians, and managers. Course tuition is $1,728 and covers course handouts, lunches, and break refreshments.

To better determine whether the course is appropriate for you or your employees, please take a look at the course flyer here. Those interested in registering can use this registration form. Housing information is also available here.

Any questions or requests for more information about the hydraulics class should be directed to the program coordinator, Derek Davis, at (800) 791-9111 ext. 203 or ddavis@ultracleartech.com.

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