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TRAINING SESSION SCHEDULE

Hydraulic Safety Training: SafetyWorks Certification


9:30am - 10:30am

WHERE: Classroom A

Presented by: Parker Hannifin

The SafetyWorks training program is part of our commitment to helping people to learn, understand and follow safe practices. Pressurized fluids are often used to perform working hydraulic, pneumatic and material-transport systems. A failure in a fluid system can result in property damage, personal injury or even death. As a result, it is critical to follow safe practices in assembling and working with pressurized systems and their components.


• Follow proper hose assembly and routing guidelines to help prevent premature failures

 • Implement a product-selection process for safe and efficient fluid-systems design and use

 • Avoid injection injuries and understand the importance of timely treatment should an injection injury occur

Injection Injuries: Injection injuries can be caused by many sources in addition to hydraulics, but all have potentially devastating outcomes. An injection injury may appear quite minimal to the unsuspecting examiner. As a result, delays in seeking treatment may occur because workers often complete their daily activities before symptoms develop.

S.T.A.M.P.E.D. Selection Process: Proper product selection is critical to system performance and reliability. S.T.A.M.P.E.D. is a systematic method of product selection to assist in identifying proper fluid connectors and conductors for different applications.

Parker and SAE Hose Safety Standards: Improper selection or use of hose, tubing, fittings or related accessories can cause death, personal injury and property damage. By following safety standards when designing and/or using fluid systems, users can reduce the risk of these occurrences.

Who should attend? Who should attend? Equipment operators, safety managers, repair-service technicians, engineers, assemblers


Cobots: making sense of collaborative robots


9:30am - 10:30am

WHERE: Classroom B

Presented by: Rethink Robotics

The manufacturing world is changing. And so are its technology requirements. Smart, collaborative robots that adapt to real-world variability, excel in semi-structured environments and change applications quickly have arrived. Cobots are becoming the solution of choice for companies looking to boost flexibility, efficiency and quality in their operation. The future is here, are you ready to be a part of it?


• How to calculate payback
• What’s the right application?
• Program a task in 10 minutes
• Hands-on demonstration

Who should attend? Plant managers, GM, COO, CFO, Operations Engineers, Automation Engineers


Industrial Network Connectivity


9:30am - 10:30am

WHERE: Classroom C

Presented by: Tim Faillo - Parker Hannifin

Networking, it works, but it’s all about making the RIGHT connections. Connecting systems within your plant and building a better network will greatly improve your real-time data collection and machine information. One option, IO-Link, a Modular I/O system, is fieldbus independent and easily configured. Process data shows up as simple packets of bytes in the controller for easy integration. Parameterization data allows devices to be quickly configured using simple read/write commands, eliminating “sub-bus” headaches.

Learn how to:

• Simplify your network now and into the future
• Adapt to engineering changes easily
• Minimize changes to a Bill of Materials

Who should attend? Control and Electrical Engineers, Mechanical, Application and Automation Engineers, Project Managers, Purchasing Specialists


Fluid Conditioning / Filtration Systems 101


11:00am - 12:00 noon
WHERE: Classroom A

Presented by: Anthony Nuzzo - Parker Hannifin

DID YOU KNOW that the standard hydraulic fluid used in most systems comes dirtier than you think... right from new? It’s time to establish a basic understanding of hydraulic filtration. Learn how taking a comprehensive flexible system approach to fluid management works to prevent breakdowns, improve overall efficiency and extend the lifetime of your components.

Learn how to design a hydraulic system with proper filtration to:

• Eliminate downtime
• Avoid costly repairs
• Schedule and achieve proper maintenance
• Protect your equipment

Who should attend? Production managers, plant managers, plant engineers, environmental leaders, maintenance managers, maintenance technicians


Smart Manufacturing in the INTERNET OF THINGS Era


11:00am - 12:00 noon (NEW TIME!)
WHERE: Classroom B

Presented by: Dan Davis - Parker Hannifin

The Internet of Things is more than using a wireless network... it’s all about bridging the chasm between the physical and digital worlds. As the manufacturing landscape shifts and changes, you need to be perceptive enough to know which trends work and which to avoid. This introduction explores the world of IoT, examines real-time control and visibilty and looks into the potential direction of manufacturing and fluid power technology.

Some IoT questions answered:

• What does a proficient platform structure look like?
• What should be connected and what shouldn’t?
• How can this help my facility become more productive, energy efficient and safe?

Who should attend? Company executives, plant managers, engineers, product development managers, maintenance managers


Principles of Instrumentation Tube Fabrication

11:00am - 12:00 noon
WHERE: Classroom C

Presented by: Rick Miller - RG Group

Today’s bendable tubing requires fewer fitting and keeps your system light and compact... if you make the right choices. Learn, or brush up on, the basics of instrumentation tube fabrication - from choosing tubing as your best option to bending it like Beckham (or at least a tube bending professional!) Having workers properly trained helps to eliminate costly errors and leaks that could compromise your process system, and more importantly, compromise everyone’s safety.

Learn about:

• Proper tube selection
• Compression fitting, function and operation
• Tube bending techniques
• Proper tube and tube end preparation
• Fitting makeup and remakes
• Tubing and System Safety
• Troubleshooting leaks

Who should attend? Tubing fabricators, engineers and safety managers


Hydraulic Safety Training: SafetyWorks Certification


1:00pm - 2:00pm
WHERE: Classroom A

Presented by: Parker Hannifin

The SafetyWorks training program is part of our commitment to helping people to learn, understand and follow safe practices. Pressurized fluids are often used to perform working hydraulic, pneumatic and material-transport systems. A failure in a fluid system can result in property damage, personal injury or even death. As a result, it is critical to follow safe practices in assembling and working with pressurized systems and their components.


 • Follow proper hose assembly and routing guidelines to help prevent premature failures

• Implement a product-selection process for safe and efficient fluid-systems design and use

• Avoid injection injuries and understand the importance of timely treatment should an injection injury occur

Injection Injuries: Injection injuries can be caused by many sources in addition to hydraulics, but all have potentially devastating outcomes. An injection injury may appear quite minimal to the unsuspecting examiner. As a result, delays in seeking treatment may occur because workers often complete their daily activities before symptoms develop.

S.T.A.M.P.E.D. Selection Process: Proper product selection is critical to system performance and reliability. S.T.A.M.P.E.D. is a systematic method of product selection to assist in identifying proper fluid connectors and conductors for different applications.

Parker and SAE Hose Safety Standards: Improper selection or use of hose, tubing, fittings or related accessories can cause death, personal injury and property damage. By following safety standards when designing and/or using fluid systems, users can reduce the risk of these occurrences.

Who should attend? Who should attend? Equipment operators, safety managers, repair-service technicians, engineers, assemblers


Benefits of Outsourced Manufacturing in Today’s Shifting Marketplace


1:00pm - 2:00pm (NEW TIME!)
WHERE: Classroom B

Presented by: Edward Stum, CFPS, PMP - RG Group

There are many reasons for considering outsourcing manufacturing or engineering, from start-up costs to technical staffing issues. If you are considering outsourcing, find out what works, what doesn't work, and why. Get all the details to make the best decisions for our manufacturing needs.


• What is the true cost to hire and maintain technical resources internally?
• What are the services you can get from a partner?
• From Insurance to non-disclosure, what you want in a contract partner

Who should attend? Purchasing managers, operations managers and business leaders


Economics of Collaborative Robots

1:00pm - 2:00pm
WHERE: Classroom C

Presented by: Rethink Robotics

Ever consider a COLLABORATIVE ROBOT to save on costs? Adaptable, smart and collaborative robots excel in semi-structured environments, can be controlled by any worker, and have the ability to change applications quickly - they've arrived and are just getting started. Robotics spending is booming and only expected to surge higher.


• What’s enough return on your investment?
• Strategic justification for automation
• Understanding labor cost reductions, productivity increases and skilled labor

Who should attend? Plant managers, GM, COO, CFO, Operations Engineers, Automation Engineers


Vacuum System Energy Savings / ABC’s of Vacuum Technology

2:30pm - 3:30pm
WHERE: Classroom A

Presented by: Edward G. Walker, RG Group - GAST, Atlas Copco Vacuum Product Specialist

LESS IS MORE... less energy used is more money in your pocket. Do you REALLY need a bigger pump or JUST some larger lines and bigger suction cups? Learn the basic principles of the vacuum process and how to utilize the best strategies to optimize your vacuum system for the most energy-efficient operation.

Learn more:

• Explore pump technologies and vacuum know-how
• How will variable speed machinery boost my energy savings?
• What are the new standards in vacuum solutions
• How plumbing size, CFM and effector surface make the difference

Who should attend? Design and Development Engineers, Plant Engineers, Production, Operations and Utility Managers


Hydraulic Systems Efficiencies: utilizing technology for effective system design

2:30pm - 3:360pm
WHERE: Classroom B

Presented by:  Parker Hannifin

Hydraulic efficiency - it’s NOT a myth!
Learn techniques for designing today’s efficient hydraulic system. The amount of energy wasted by worn and tired gear pumps and old components can be staggering. A disorganized or dated system design does not take advantage of the newest technology and concepts of pressure and flow management. It’s time to change all of that! Get the latest on utilizing more efficient components and achieving the clean, leak-free system we all want.

Learn about:

• Common mistakes and causes of unproductive hydraulic designs
• What are the complications of a poor system design?
• Tips and techniques for more efficient designs
• Utilize your plumbing more effectively
• What controller strategies and hardware will minimize electric power consumption and reduce unwanted power drops?

Who should attend? Engineers, Maintenance Managers, General Managers, Production Managers.




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Machine Safety:
Understanding the Safety Directive

2:30pm - 3:30pm

WHERE: Classroom C

Presented by:  Tim Faillo, Parker Hannifin

Operator safety is a critical aspect of the design of any piece of equipment, but it can be confusing to keep track of all the regulations and certifications required of machines and products. We'll help you sort through the difference between Categories, Performance Levels and Integrity Levels while also explaining the impact on component selection.

Learn about:
• How to conduct a risk assessment
• How a Safety Performance Level connects to the Safety Category
• Key safety terminologies
   - MTTF (Mean Time To Failure)
  - B10 Life
  - CCF (Common Cause Failure)
• Sample applications to fluid power

Who should attend?  Safety Engineers, Project Managers, Mechanical and Control Engineers, Application Engineers

 

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