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Amatrol’s Pneumatics product line, featuring a stunning array of pneumatic topics and skills across a variety of systems, is second-to-none in the industry. For an overview of Amatrol’s entire Fluid Power offering, please click here.

Pneumatic Training | Fundamentals, Troubleshooting, and Application Skills

Pneumatic Technical Training Systems

Amatrol’s Pneumatic training begins with the Basic Pneumatics Learning System – Single Surface Bench (850-P1) or the Basic Pneumatics Learning System – Double Sided A-Frame Bench (850-PD1).

Each of these systems include the Basic Pneumatics Learning System as well as the large variety of expansions listed below:

Basic Pneumatics Learning System (85-BP)

Introduces pneumatic principles, such as single-acting cylinder circuits, pressure vs. cylinder force, and flow control valves, and skills like connecting and operating a needle valve to control actuator speed.

Intermediate Pneumatics Learning System (85-IP)

Builds on basic pneumatic knowledge by introducing more advanced concepts such as air logic, ways to decelerate a pneumatic cylinder, and how to prevent condensation in a pneumatic circuit, as well as skills like connecting and operating a two-way valve and changing an air filter element.

Advanced Pneumatics Learning System (85-AP)

Covers a diverse range of topics, such as how air bearings, pneumatic motors, and pneumatic cylinders are used to move loads; applications for vacuums such as food packaging, as well as how to measure vacuum levels; and a comprehensive look at air compressors, their components, and how to safely operate them.

Electro-Pneumatics Learning System (85-EP)

Covers electrical relay control of pneumatic systems and their industry applications and allows learners to set up a variety of industrial relay control circuits using ladder diagrams and Boolean logic.

Electro-Fluid Power Learning System (85-EF)

Teaches electrical relay control of hydraulic and pneumatic systems through topics like industrial relay control circuits using ladder diagrams and Boolean logic and offers industry-relevant skills like developing a sequence of operations given an application, connecting and operating an indicator lamp given a ladder diagram, and many more.

Pneumatic Troubleshooting

Pneumatic Troubleshooting Learning System (950-PT1): models a real-world electro-pneumatic machine, driven by an Allen-Bradley MicroLogix 1200 programmable logic controller, and features over 30 electronically-inserted pneumatic, mechanical and electrical faults using FaultPro, Amatrol’s state-of-the-art fault insertion software.

Portable Options for Pneumatic Training

Pneumatic Training Technical Education

If you need to provide pneumatic training, but have to deal with a lack of training space, budget constraints, or must transport learning systems between multiple facilities, Amatrol has a solution for you. Amatrol’s portable learning systems pack all of the topics and hands-on skills of our full-sized trainers into these durable, on-the-go training solutions. Within the pneumatic area, Amatrol offers the following systems:

Portable Pneumatic Learning System (990-PN1)

Portable Electronic Sensors Learning System (990-SN1)

Portable Pneumatic Troubleshooting Learning System (990-PTB1)

Basic Pneumatic Technical Training High SchoolHigh School Options for Pneumatics Training

In addition to learning systems geared toward post-secondary and industrial customers, Amatrol also offers systems specifically designed for high schools. One of the biggest challenges facing the workforce today is a skilled worker shortage. Because of this, Amatrol is dedicated to providing high schools with learning solutions that will cover applicable STEM knowledge and advanced manufacturing topics and skills. High School learning systems within the pneumatics area include:

Pneumatics 1 Learning System (96-PNE1)

Pneumatics 2 Learning System (96-PNE2)

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