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Stage 2 Contamination Control – Assessment

£350 + VAT per person

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  1. Check the Course Planner & Progression Route
  2. We recommend you complete the Stage 1 Hydraulics course
  3. If you have not completed the above course, complete our online self-assessment here

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Designed for Maintenance/Service Staff at all levels, Managers, Inspectors, Advanced Apprentices and Technical Representatives.

This course builds upon your knowledge gained whilst attending the Stage 1 Hydraulics Course.

You cannot Manage without Measurement 70-80% of systems fail due to contamination ingression “CONTROL-MEASUREMENT-MANAGE”

Course 2


This is specifically designed for those who are responsible for assessing system and Component cleanliness to meet a particular Specification. This course is to do with “MEASUREMENT” and the methods used to assesses contamination levels £350.00 Exc VAT


Course Details

The course has a HIGH PRACTICAL content.


Two 1 Day Courses (9am – 4pm)


£350.00 per person + VAT


The cut off date to book onto this course is 7 days before the start date

Candidates will receive a comprehensive set of course notes, refreshments and certificate of attendance.

Course 2 (Contamination Assessment)

This is an ideal follow on from Course 1(Contamination Management) and is specifically aimed at those who are responsible for assessing system component and cleanliness levels.

The course aims to improve your knowledge and overall understanding of current methods employed to assesses contamination levels and the nature of the contaminants within a sample

Course Objectives

Course 2 – Knowledge Based

On completion of this course candidates will know:

  • The origin and the nature of contaminants (REFRESHER)
  • The procedures required to carry out sampling, membrane and glassware preparation
  • How to effectively carryout a microscopic inspection
  • How to interpret results to new standards
  • The current procedures for assessing component cleanliness

Course 2 – Skills Based

During the practical section of this course candidates will engage in and apply the following skills:

  • Take an oil sample from a live system
  • Prepare a patch membrane of an oil sample
  • Carry out particle counting and assessment
  • Use of automatic particle counters (APCs)

£350.00 + VAT

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