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Safety: Hydraulics and Pneumatics
231 Introduction to Pneumatic Components

CourseCode: SOC-231-480133
Length: 1 Hours

Target Audience
Intermediate Level

Introduction to Pneumatic Components provides a comprehensive overview of pneumatic power and the elements that allow a pneumatic system to perform work. Users will become familiar with the physical laws behind the compression of the pneumatic fluids that power a system and they will gain an understanding of how each unique component impacts the efficiency and effectiveness of the system.Transportation, manufacturing, and construction are just some of the fields that depend on pneumatic systems to perform work. Modern cranes, excavators, and automobile brakes would not be possible without pneumatics. In manufacturing, pneumatic technology is widely used for factory automation, with applications in all steps of product manipulation and processing. After taking this class, users will be able to identify the components that affect each step of a pneumatic system.

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Courses Ascending
Beginner: 101 Introduction to Fluid Systems
Intermediate: 201 The Forces of Fluid Power
Intermediate: 211 Safety for Hydraulics and Pneumatics
Intermediate: 221 Introduction to Hydraulic Components
Intermediate: 231 Introduction to Pneumatic Components
Intermediate: 241 Introduction to Fluid Conductors
Intermediate: 251 Fittings for Fluid Systems
Intermediate: 261 Preventive Maintenance for Fluid Systems
Advanced: 301 Hydraulic Power Variables
Advanced: 302 Hydraulic Power Sources
Advanced: 311 Pneumatic Power Variables
Advanced: 312 Pneumatic Power Sources
Advanced: 341 Hydraulic Control Valves
Advanced: 342 Hydraulic Schematics and Basic Circuit Design
Advanced: 351 Pneumatic Control Valves
Advanced: 352 Pneumatic Schematics and Basic Circuit Design
Advanced: 361 Actuator Applications
Advanced: 371 Hydraulic Fluid Selection
Advanced: 381 Contamination and Filter Selection
Advanced: 391 Hydraulic Principles and System Design
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