Amatrol’s Basic Hydraulic Troubleshooting Learning System (950-HTB1) teaches how to troubleshoot hydraulic systems and components such as hydraulic motors, directional control valves, and cylinders. The knowledge gained from the 950-HTB1’s hardware and curriculum is extremely valuable for maintenance technicians within industries like manufacturing, automotive, agriculture, construction, and many more! This learning system will also serve as a solid foundation towards attaining certifications.
Amatrol delivers total learning solutions for Advanced Manufacturing!
Tech-Labs is proud to offer equipment and curriculum from Amatrol’s Advanced Manufacturing program. Amatrol’s industry leading equipment and curriculum is developed in partnership with industry to deliver job ready, industry relevant skills. Working closely with companies like Caterpillar, Tropicana and many others Amatrol has designed equipment for work place success.
- Highly Demanded Industry Skills: Hands-On, Job-Ready
- Individualized Self-Paced or Group Learning Flexibility
- Extensive Curriculum Spanning Basics Through Advanced
- Authentic Industrial Troubleshooting
- Durable, Industrial Equipment Designed for Effective Teaching
- Superior Multimedia Interactivity Connects With Learners
- eAssessment to Accelerate Learning, Improve Effectiveness
- Learning Anywhere, Anytime – 24 x 7
- Outstanding Support
- Computer Based Training (CBT) with Amatrol’s eAssessment (available via the web)
Hydraulic systems are used in innumerable industrial areas like automotive, packaging, pharmaceutical, and food processing. This learning system provides a valuable learning experience for industrial maintenance technicians, system installers, and many others by covering hydraulic filter and fluid maintenance, fittings, seals, hydraulic hose and clamping devices, hydraulic tubing, and hydraulic component installation.
Amatrol’s Industrial Soldering Learning System (85-MT6BB) covers industrial soldering techniques commonly used within a control enclosure by industrial maintenance technicians. Applications for these techniques include soldering various connectors to wire, wire-to-wire, and wire-to-terminals. Other major topic areas include solder types, soldering safety, and tool operation.
Amatrol’s VFD/PLC Wiring Learning System (85-MT6BA) covers installing a VFD and PLC in an electrical panel to create power and control circuits that learners will test and operate. This learning system will provide invaluable hands-on practice for careers like electricians and industrial maintenance technicians.
The 85-MT2 features a stunning depth and breadth of electrical machine topics within Amatrol’s world-class curriculum. This curriculum marries machine theory with hands-on, real world skill building so that learners can directly apply this knowledge to the operation and installation of electrical motors. Learners will begin by studying electrical motor basics and safety, then move on to more advanced applications such as performance analysis, torque and speed measurement, and motor configurations.
The 85-MT2E includes a motor connection box to practice hands-on skills such as troubleshooting faults in a DC motor and AC single-phase and three-phase motors, evaluating DC electric motor commutator and brush health, and using a multimeter to test an AC motor start/run capacitor. Amatrol’s learning systems feature real-world, industry-grade components for durability that will stand up to frequent use and to allow learners to gain real-world competencies.
Amatrol’s Electrical Wiring Learning System (850-MT6B) allows learners to study and practice electrical wiring skills like: installing control wiring in an electrical panel; installing wiring into limit switches, solenoids, and pressure switches; and understanding the importance of correct wire size, material, and insulation.
To help improve the training of the nation's future welders, Lincoln Electric has developed a new way to teach welding techniques through a new virtual welding system called VRTEX 360. This next-generation virtual welding training system provides a "virtual" hands-on training experience that allows students to complete more passes than traditional training and provides real-time welding technique feedback similar to a video game to both trainers and students
The Lincoln Electric Robotic ClassMate Cell is a complete robotic training solution designed to meet the need for advanced manufacturing training. Instructors can teach robotic concepts in the classroom and quickly move to the lab for welding practice. Students can perform offline programming and then test their skills at a manufacturing-ready robotic cell.