Pneumatics Controls and Maintenance

Owners-Operators and Service Contractors
Start Date: March 1, 2019
Start Time: 7:30 am | End Time: 3:30 pm

In the next few years many service and maintenance technicians will leave the workplace for retirement. This has caused Pneumatic Controls to be back in the limelight with an opportunity for those in the industry to gain expertise in this area. Pneumatics will remain since many facility operations are based on this technology. Hazardous material environments, flammable refrigerants, sensitive areas, and security are concerns the workshop will address. The facilities expert must have the ability to install, troubleshoot, replace components, calibrate and maintain equipment. In addition, decision-makers must analyze cost of repairs, parts and service.
Join us in this new workshop and help to build your pneumatic maintenance program!
• The definition and understanding of the “Hazmat” environment.
• The basic principles of HVAC pneumatics-based controls.
• The operating principles of pneumatics and the creation and movement of clean, dry air.
• The pneumatic control room characteristics and concerns.
• Pneumatic compressors, tanks, dryers, drains, gages and reliefs.
• Air filtration devices, filters and regulators.
• Mainline characteristics and concerns.
• The control three-point loop pertaining to pneumatics.
• Pneumatic controls, relays, actuators and control devices.
• Controller calibration techniques.

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Mail your check along with a copy of your class registration to:

Pacific Coast Trane Training Center
Attention: Fawn Davis
310 Soquel Way
Sunnyvale, CA 94085


Order Total: $275.00

Discount Amount: $

Cancellations for reimbursement must be made at least 5 business days prior to class. Credit can be given with 24 hour notice. No refund or credit for no-shows.
Contact Fawn Davis at (408) 481-3655
Make checks payable to Pacific Coast Trane Training Center
Pacific Coast Trane
310 Soquel Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
Attention: Fawn Davis

We are not responsible for reprinting certificates of completion. All students are to handle their certificates with care and share with employers if required after finishing each training class.