(GREENVILLE, SC, February 6, 2017) - Want more reliability and a longer service life from your hydraulics? Join us March 14-16 at Cline’s Greenville headquarters, for GPM’s “Basic Hydraulic Troubleshooting 3-Day Hands-On Workshop.”
GPM, based east of Atlanta, GA, is a group of leading independent consultants on hydraulic performance and reliability. These reliability experts provide hydraulic system consulting and training to Fortune 500 companies, working in the U.S., Canada, South America and Scotland.
The 3-day GPM workshop, taught by professional instructors with years of industry experience, covers hydraulic fundamentals for system maintenance, troubleshooting and reliability. The curriculum includes hands-on training, questions and answers during pump and accumulator repair, and exercises with the GPM industrial hydraulic trainer.
Students will receive the GPM Basic Hydraulic Troubleshooting Manual, 200+ pages of information on pump, valve and accumulator service and repair — this is the reference standard for hundreds of plants across North America. The workshop also includes GPM’s training kit, with the Fluid Power Data Book, a calculator, hydraulic safety stickers and course utensils.
If you’re a plant electrician, millwright, supervisor or reliability technician, and you’re responsible for hydraulic system reliability, then you should reserve your place today. To register, contact Robin Haywood at GPM Hydraulic Consulting, Inc. at 770.267.3787 or email@example.com.
See you there!
Cline is a leading independent provider of service and repair for hoses and hydraulics, offering OEM distribution and fabrication, backed by customer service, training and technical support. The company also offers cylinder repair, pump repair, power drive services and cooling systems.
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