Training

Training Courses

This course will help your technicians to completely understand the stage 1 generation of Boom Truck cranes. This program assumes some basic service and operational knowledge of crane systems. We start the course with an in-depth review of crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to a cranes individual components and systems. Students will be exposed to how load charts are constructed and how to properly read and interpret them. In depth instruction will be given on hydraulic and electrical systems and interconnectivity between them. Load moment indicating systems operation and function will be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and how the system functions.

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2020 Training Dates:
July 13-16

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The X design outrigger carrier body will be discussed in this course. Stage 2 will introduce students to CAN-Bus technology and how it interacts with a crane computer system that helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, data exchange to Can bus systems and proportional control valving. We then direct our attention to the systems that use the Greer with OEM technology looking at the control logic structures. Students are introduced to outrigger position sensor logic and system interaction. A service technician will be exposed in the study of pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical systems, and reading of their related schematic prints.

Students will be introduced to new multipage schematics and system interactions. In depth instruction will be given on hydraulic and electrical systems and interconnectivity between them. System operation and function will be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and how the system functions.

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This program is based on the S-pace cab with piston pump hydraulic system. Beginning with the component layout of the Carrier, all machine systems are covered in detail pneumatically, hydraulically and electrically: Steering, Suspension, Outriggers, and Lower Cabin Controls. Then we move to the Superstructure starting with the component layout. From there we continue with the Cabin Controls, Counterweight System, Swing, Hoists, Boom (luffing, telescoping), LMI setup and Attachments. These will give the student an in-depth knowledge of all systems on the crane.

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The truck mounted cranes will be discussed in this course. Stage 2 will introduce students to CAN-Bus technology and how it interacts with a crane computer system that helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, data exchange to Can bus systems and proportional control valving. A service technician will be exposed to the pneumatic, hydraulic, and electrical systems, and reading of their related schematic prints. The course curriculum is built on cranes systems to help the technician better troubleshoot problems on the crane. We then direct our attention to the systems that use the Greer with OEM technology looking at the control logic structures. Students will interact and learn to calibrate the complex electronic systems on the crane.

Students will be instructed on how to read and understand multipage schematics and system interactions. In depth instruction will be given on hydraulic and electrical systems and interconnectivity between them. System operation and function will be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and how the system functions.

Contact [email protected] for training details.
Kerby-Jean-Louis