Hose Assembly Technology - ON REQUEST
£350 + VAT per person
1 DAY COURSE
Course aims/who is it for?
This course is designed for those involved in the maintenance and management of Systems employing Hydraulics of which the application of HYDRAULIC HOSES plays a vital role. This same course will benefit any one associated with hydraulic hose management from that of selection, construction/assembly to installation and inspection. This is a “down-to-earth” course
providing you with a foundation of vital knowledge to support you in your place of work. Hydraulic Hoses are a vital part of every Hydraulic system and often appear to be less important than the other system components, yet they can be the most dangerous part of the system if not fully understood and managed to assure maximum safety at all times
Pre-requisite for this course is Stage 1 Hydraulics
We welcome you to attend this TECHNICAL COURSE presented by NFPC Associate Training Engineer RICHARD WALKER with a vast knowledge and experience involved in Hydraulic Hose Technology. (Course to be held at the NFPC)
Richard Walker has a lifetime of experience working in the hydraulic hose and related connectors industry; specifying, fabricating and installing hose assemblies, in managerial roles related to product management, contamination management, quality management, technical support and in particular training. Richard is now an Independent Consultant & Trainer; passing on his extensive knowledge and skills to educate and improve staff performance and safety across all sectors of UK Industry where hydraulic systems are employed.
This Module will be limited to a maximum of 8 candidates.
1 Day Course
(£350 per day for 1 Day Course = (£350 plus VAT)
This is an INTRODUCTORY LEVEL COURSE and is designed and developed to improve Safe Working Practices and work-based performance.
Please call the NFPC Office to arrange a booking
9:00am to 10:30am // BREAK // 10:45am to 12:15pm // LUNCH // 1:00pm to 3:00pm
We will schedule more of these courses based on demand.
On completion of this course candidates will:
- know the construction of a flexible hydraulic hose and the function of
each component part
- know the criteria for hose specification relating to size, temperature,
application, media and pressures
- be able to recognise factors that can affect hose life
- know the safe recommended procedures to follow when making a
flexible hose assembly
- know the meaning and importance of the data printed on the hose
- be able to identify the cause of a damaged hose and the necessary
preventive measures to apply
- be able to recognise hose fittings, adaptor threads and sealing
methods for particular applications
- know the importance of correct routing and final installation of a hose
During the course YOU will have an opportunity to discuss any problems relating to hoses and experiences within the workplace