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Pneumatic/Electro-Pneumatic Control Systems Course

This course aims to enable technical personnel to understand the Pneumatic and Electropneumatic Automation System better; improve participants operation, maintenance and troubleshooting skills. The Pneumatics and Electropneumatic course is a comprehensive, highly practical and interactive course. You will have an opportunity to discuss pneumatic systems specification, construction, design-applications, operations, maintenance and troubleshooting issues and be provided with the most up-to-date information and best practice in dealing with the subject. Learning Objectives At the end of this course, participants will be able to: Describe the basic physical principles of compressed air, basic SI units and other physical quantities used in Pneumatic and Electro-Pneumatic systems Read pneumatic schematics Understand the operation and application of standard pneumatic valves and actuators Perform simple circuit design using standard symbology and functions such as automatic return, logic control, speed control, pressure sequencing, reduced actuator forces and timing Work safely with pneumatic components and systems Troubleshoot and repair simple pneumatic problems Understand essential pneumatic terms and understand their key applications Discuss the correct operation, control sequences and procedures for the safe operation of various pneumatic systems Target Participants Maintenance Technicians/Engineers, Supervisors, Electromechanical personnel, and newly recruited Technicians Methodology Lectures complemented by hands-on exercises using various pneumatic components, valves and actuators. Contents Fundamentals of pneumatics automation system Meaning of pneumatic Application of Pneumatic systems Advantages and Disadvantages of pneumatics Theory of air and gas laws SI units and conversions - bar, kpa, mmHg, Psi Structure of Pneumatic Systems The Structure of Pneumatic Systems System Circuit Diagram / layout Components of a Pneumatic system Air generation, Types of Compressors Preparation Air Drying: Absorption Drying and Adsorption Drying, refrigerant drying. Compressed Air Filter Pressure Regulating Valve Compressed Air Lubricator The service unit Piping and Distribution Network ISO Symbols Symbols for the Power Supply Section Directional Control Valves: Ports and Switching Positions Port designation Types of Actuation Non-return, Flow Control and Pressure Control Valve Symbols of the Principal Working Elements Component designation Actuators Single-Acting Cylinder Double-Acting Cylinder Cylinder Construction and Types Rodless Cylinder Rotary Actuators - Cylinder and Swivel Drive Directional control valve 3/2-Way Valve: Normally Closed Position 3/2-Way Valve: Normally Open Position Pilot Control 3/2-Way Roller Lever Valve, Pilot Actuated 4/2-Way Valve 5/2-Way Double Pilot Valve, Pneumatically Actuated, 5/3-Way Valve, Pneumatically Actuated, Both Sides Non-return valves and Logical valves Dual-Pressure Valve (AND Function) Shuttle Valve (OR Function) Non-return Valve and Quick Exhaust Valve Flow Control Valve and One-Way Flow Control Valve Combinational valves Pressure Sequence Valve Time Delay Valve, Normally Closed Position Circuit Diagram for one cylinder Direct and Indirect Actuation Circuit Diagram: Dual Pressure Valve (AND Function) Circuit Diagram: Shuttle Valve (OR Function) Circuit Diagram: 5/2-Way Double Pilot Valve (Speed Control) Circuit Diagram: Quick Exhaust Valve Circuit Diagram: Pressure Sequence Valve Circuit Diagram: Time-Delay Valve Circuit Diagram for two cylinders Circuit Diagram: Coordinated Motion Circuit Diagram: Overlapping Signals Function Diagram: Overlapping Signals Circuit Diagram: Roller Lever Valve with Idle Return Electro-pneumatic System Elements Basic Electricity and Electromagnetism Electrical Components Basic Electrical Control Circuits Electro-pneumatic Components Electro-pneumatic Control Circuits Special Connections of control logics Programmable Control Systems Maintenance and Troubleshooting of pneumatic components and systems Hands-on practical exercises, simulations and implementation To book call 09087363262

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