Automation Technology Training Course Catalog

46 

Loading....

Loading....

Loading....

Loading....

Loading....

Full text

(1)

Automation Technology Training

Course Catalog

www.festo-didactic.com/ us-en

(2)

Technology, Organisation, People.

The perfect interplay of these main elements is essential in order to successfully put knowl-edge into practice at a company. These factors lay the founda-tions for top performance and financial success.

The Festo Competence Model combines social, logistical and technical skills to form a suc-cess-oriented model for initial and continued training.

(3)

Training Course Overview . . . 9 Technology . . . 13 Organisation . . . 41 .

Table of contents

3

(4)

“Ideas are only as good as their practical and successful implementation.”

(Dr. Kurt Stoll)

• Training tailored to the specific requirements of your particular production process. • Detailed training needs

analysis of your employees to determine their current skill levels, and to configure a training curriculum to meet your defined skill requirements. • Seminars delivered at your

facility, and scheduled to fit your production plans. • Public seminars delivered at

conference centers and Festo facilities throughout the United states.

• Seminars delivered inter-nationally, that standardize training wherever your factories are located.

not sure about replacement – and qoutation of mr stoll .. > portrait?

(5)

Sustainable commitment to people and technology

Festo AG

Global player in Automation and Didactic

13,500 people worldwide are working towards innovative advances in the production of capital and consumer goods. This reflects Festo’s philosophy of full partnership and close proximity to more than 300,000 customers in over 200 industries, realised via 250 Festo locations and 57 national Festo companies.

The focus of all activities is on people and technology. From its foundation, Festo has seen itself as a strong partner and an inte-gral component of societies and business worldwide.

(6)

Training Courses Industrial Consulting

Experienced instructors and consultants provide customised solutions to make your employ-ees and your company success-ful. Furthermore the results are clear and sustainable

Methods and formats

Training Courses

Approx. 42,000 course parti-cipants per year attend more than 2,900 courses. Modular and quality-assured training content in over 39 languages.

Industrial Consulting

Projects in the areas of: – Procurement and logistics – Product development – Lean production

– Competence Management

Innovation and productivity begins with training and consulting

(7)

Please set new text as subhead

Immediate results from performance-based training

Intelligent automation starts with people. Give them the training they need to keep your automat-ed systems up and running. Festo courses are disigned to provide essential working knowl-edge and practical experience which your people can put to use right way:

• Pneumatics • Electro-Pneumatics • Process Automation • Customized training for your

particular automation system

Practical, hands-on experience, real industrial applications

Festo seminars are 70% hands-on, using exercises to design, construct and troubleshoot real industrial automation applications.

Festo hast patented workstations that put everything your team will need right at their fingertips. Real industrial components with quick-connect fittings and special mountings keep the focus on learning.

Generic automation technology training

This is not the vendor-product training you may have experi-enced elsewhere. The generic knowledge and skills learned can be applied to any of the equipment in your plant.

Team learning stimulates motivation and performance

Working together, engineers, technicians, and maintenance people learn the crucial impor-tance of teamwork. Taking a Festo seminar is a very motivat-ing experience accordmotivat-ing to past attendees. „It can even be fun because your’re able to see what you designed actually work.“ Success motivates!

A hands-on approach to learning

(8)
(9)

Training Course Overview

(10)

Training Courses

Technology, Organisation, People

Valves in Process Automation – Introduction Valves in Process Automation – Specialist

Symbols in PA ISA-based (P&ID; PFD; BFD) – Introduction Symbols in PA ISA-based (P&ID; PFD; BFD) – Advanced Closed Loop Control – Optimising settings

Practical Mastery of Closed Loop Control

Principals of industrial Measurement & Instrumentation - Introduction Principals of industrial Measurement & Instrumentation

Modern Process Automation – Executive Summary Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals Troubleshooting and maintenance of pneumatic systems Effective maintenance of pneumatic systems

Effective problem solving techniques Use of vacuum in handling systems

Valve terminal CPX – Commissioning, modification and fault elimination Valve terminal CPV – Commissioning, modification and fault elimination Energy-efficient design of pneumatic systems

Safety in Pneumatics Modern industrial hydraulics Troubleshooting industrial hydraulics Proportional hydraulics

CoDeSys - A hardware independent introduction for programmers CoDeSys for Industry

Basic principles of sensor technology Introduction to Mechatronics Fundamentals of Electric Drives

Fast, confident electric drive configuration

SYNCHRO – Introduction to Lean Production and VSM KANBAN – Pull production control

TPM – Maintenance strategies and TPM

Training Courses PA111 PA121 PA171 PA181 PA191 PA201 PA211 PA221 PA311 PN111 PN121 PN132 PN142 PN152 PN162 PN172 PN183 PN193 HY511 HY521 HY132 PLC281 PLC271 AUT121 AUT211 ED111 AUT201 LP111 LP121 LP141 Technology 565674 565673 565680 565679 565681 565682 565683 565684 565685 559395 559396 559390 559417 559405 559389 559388 559391 559392 559448 559449 559451 570614 570612 565669 565671 562553 570024 Organization 561209 559423 559428 Course Code VALVE PA 1 VALVE PA 2 ISA PA 1 ISA PA 2 CONTROL PA 1 CONTROL PA 2 INST PA 1 INST PA 2 PA-COMPACT P111 P121 EM-PEP EM-PST VUU CPX CPV DESIGN1 DESIGN2 H511 H521 PH711 xxx xxx SENSOR AUT211 xxx xxx SYNCHRO2 KANBAN TPM Former Course Code Order Number 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 44 45 46 Page

(11)

Target Groups

Target Groups

Operators Maintenance Design/ Engineering

Trainer Management Operators

Fields – Process – Laboratory Maintenance Process – Engineering Trainer/ Consultant Design/ Engineering Management • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Factory Automation End User/OEM Process Automation

End User/EPC, OEM, System Integrator

Technology PA111 PA121 PA171 PA181 PA191 PA201 PA211 PA221 PA311 PN111 PN121 PN132 PN142 PN152 PN162 PN172 PN183 PN193 HY511 HY521 HY132 PLC281 PLC271 AUT121 AUT211 ED111 AUT201 Organization LP111 LP121 LP141 Course Code

(12)
(13)

Triple skills

Experience

For over 40 years, we have been providing support for all devel-opment stages of automation technology. Our seminars use the latest technology. Close collaboration with our parent company ensures access to the latest machines and sys-tems, while our trainers have first-hand expertise.

Innovation

We place tough demands on our training. At our seminars, you will notice the difference compared to other training pro-viders. We provide new answers to long-standing questions that help you to make decisive steps in your company plans.

Vision

Our trainers are active in their trade, and know the areas of work of your participants. This knowledge extends beyond purely technical requirements to questions concerning topics such as Just in time, TPM and Kanban.

Technology

(14)

Technology

14 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Process Automation

Valves in process automation –

Introduction

PA111 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course gives you an overview of process valve technology and of selecting the right valve for the right application with the economical drive system. It also provides an overview of international standards and an introduction to the basic streamline principles.

FA: N/A

PA: Field-Process-Laboratory Operators

• Overview of design and function of process valves • Material selection for media, process and process valve

• Testing and certification requirements of process valves (such as works test certificate) • Basic principles of process valve actuating systems (manual, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic) • Reading and interpreting basic process valve symbols

• Influence of international regulations on the process valve selection (AWWA; API etc.) The participant:

• can select, assemble, and test basic process valve installations • can maintain and troubleshoot basic process valve installations

• can identify and describe the construction, design features, and operation of the standard process valve types

• can read technical specifications and identify graphical symbols for process valves • knows the role of process valve actuation – manual, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic

• is aware of innovative developments and current trends in process valve automation products and their application

Basic technical understanding 1 day

(15)

Technology

15 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PA121 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course provides you with insight into process valve technology, including valve/drive selection based on materials and standards, and taking cavitation into account. It also gives you an understanding of entire valve control systems.

FA: N/A

PA: Field-Process-Laboratory Operators, Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Overview of design and function of process valves, taking international standardisation into account • Physical principles and material selection related to media and process valves

• Testing and certification requirements of process valves (such as works test certificate)

• Cavitation – what is cavitation, how to avoid cavitation damage with specially designed valve types • Principles and selection of process valve actuation (manual, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic) • Reading and interpreting process valve symbols

• Influence of international regulations on the process valve selection (AWWA; API etc.) • SIL regulation (Safety Integrity Level), explosive safety and the influence on the process valves The participant:

• can select, assemble, and test complex process valve installations • can maintain and troubleshoot complex process valve installations

• can identify and describe the construction, design features, and operation of process valves • can interpret technical specifications and data relating to process valves and systems • can identify and explain graphical symbols for process valves

• can perform simple calculations of pressure, flow and force and

• knows the role of process valve actuation – manual, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic • knows how to prevent cavitation damage

• knows innovative development and current trends in process valve automation products and their application

Basic technical understanding 3 days

565673

Valves in process automation –

Specialist

(16)

Technology

16 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

ISA-based symbols in PA (P&ID, PFD, BFD) –

Introduction

PA171 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course gives you an overview ISA-based symbols used in process automation. It also provides an overview of basic streamline principles, enabling you to understand the entire process control system in your company. (ISA = The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society)

FA: N/A

PA: Field-Process-Laboratory Operators

• Symbols and standards for the relevant industry segments

• Schematics of functional relationship of piping, instrumentation and system equipment components • Schematics of the processing system

• Schematics of the main process • Reading process component symbols • Influence of international regulations The participant:

• knows the symbols used in process automation such as valves, instruments etc. • can read Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID)

• can read Process Flow Diagrams (PFD) • can read Block Flow Diagrams (BFD)

• can identify and explain graphical symbols for process valves, instruments, piping etc. Basic technical understanding

1 day 565680

(17)

Technology

17 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PA181 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number Comments

This course provides you with an insight into the ISA-based symbols used in the process automation. It also familiarises you with the basic streamline principles enabling you to understand the entire process control system in your company. (ISA = The Instrumentation, Systems and Automation Society)

FA: N/A

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant • Symbols and standards for the relevant industry segments

• Schematics of functional relationship of piping, instrumentation and system equipment components • Schematics of the processing system and diagrammatic representation of main processes

• Reading and interpreting process component symbols • Influence of international regulations

The participant:

• understands and knows all the symbols used within the process automation such as valves, instruments etc. Plus guidelines + dedicated guidelines

• can use and develop Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID) • can use and develop Process Flow Diagrams (PFD)

• can use and develop Block Flow Diagrams (BFD)

• can identify and explain graphical symbols for process valves, Instruments, piping etc. Basic technical understanding

2 days 565679

We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs.

ISA-based symbols in PA (P&ID, PFD, BFD) –

Advanced

(18)

Technology

18 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Closed Loop control –

Optimising settings

PA191 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will master the principles of automatic process control and the operation of the feedback loop to include proportional, integral and derivative control modes. It also covers concepts of cascade, ratio, and feed forward control as well as controller tuning methods.

FA: N/A

PA: Field-Process-Laboratory Operators

• Operation of the components in a closed-loop control system including static and dynamic functions • Requirements for open-loop and closed-loop stability

• Three control system tuning methods to achieve specified quality control • Functionality of cascade control loops

• Principles and design features of feed forward control • Advantages of feed forward control over feedback control • Operation and function of ratio control systems

• Safety concerns and procedures when operating control systems The participant:

• can commission a basic closed-loop control system • can initiate basic closed-loop control systems • can identify components

• can read a circuit diagram or wiring schematic

• can connect components according to a circuit diagram or wiring schematic. • knows the fundamentals of closed-loop controls

Basic technical understanding 1 day

565681

(19)

Technology

19 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PA201 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will master the principles of automatic process control and the operation of the feedback loop to include proportional, integral and derivative control modes as well as advanced concepts of cascade, ratio, and feed forward control. You will also learn and practice controller tuning methods and get an overview of drawings used in industry.

FA: N/A

PA: Process Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Operation of the components in a closed-loop control system including static & dynamic functions • Requirements for open loop and closed-loop stability and control system tuning methods • Functionality of cascade control loops and the advantages of cascade control over single-element

feedback control, and tuning a cascade control loop for optimum control

• Principles and design features of feed forward control and tuning a feed forward control system for optimum control

• The operation and function of ratio control systems and tuning of ratio control systems • Safety concerns and procedures when operating control systems

The participant:

• can commission a basic closed-loop control system • can initiate and modify basic closed-loop control systems • can identify components

• can read a circuit diagram or wiring schematic

• can connect components according to a circuit diagram or wiring schematic • can operate, describe, identify and analyze a control

• knows the fundamentals of closed-loop controls Basic technical understanding

4 days 565682

Practical Mastery of Closed Loop Control

(20)

Technology

20 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Process Automation

Principles of industrial Measurement and Instrumentation –

Introduction

PA211 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will cover the equipment used in process automation to measure and control a process. You will learn how process equipment is used to form an open- and closed-loop system and gain an understanding of drawings used in industry.

FA: N/A

PA: Field-Process-Laboratory Operators • Basic electric principles and electrical safety • Transducers & sensors

• Principles of measurement (flow, level, temperature & pressure) • Control valves, their components and functions

• Control theory

• Fundamentals of control loops • Instrumentation symbols and drawings

• Safety concerns and procedures when operating control systems The participant:

• can measure and describe the difference between basic electrical principles • can identify analog and digital signals and describe the difference between them • can identify and understands the principles of sensors used to measure process variables • knows principles of various installations used to measure process variables

• can identify and describe the different components of a control valve

• can explain the main parts of open- and closed-loop systems, their function and signal flows • can identify the symbols and components used in instrumentation drawings

Basic technical understanding 1 day

(21)

Technology

21 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Process Automation PA221 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will cover the equipment used in process automation to measure and control a process. Using practical exercises and training, you will learn how process equipment is used to form an open- and closed-loop system, and will gain an understanding of drawings used in industry.

FA: N/A

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant • Basic electric principles and electrical safety

• Transducers & sensors

• Principles of measurement (flow, level, temperature & pressure) • Control valves, their components and functions

• Control theory

• Fundamentals of control loops • Instrumentation symbols and drawings

• Practical training on software and hardware with loop tuning & adjustment • Safety concerns and procedures when operating control systems

The participant:

• can measure and describe the difference between basic electrical principles • can identify, describe and measure the difference between analog and digital signals

• can identify and measure and understands the principles of sensors used to measure process variables • knows principles of various installations used to measure process variables

• can identify and describe the components of a control valve

• can explain the main parts of open- and closed-loop systems, their function and signal flows

• can identify the symbols and components used in instrumentation drawings Basic technical understanding

4 days 565684

(22)

Technology

22 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Modern Process Automation –

Executive Summary

PA311 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course gives you a general overview of the latest technologies, regulations and standards used in the process automation, including process valve technology, explosive safety in process automation installations with Safety Integrity Level aspects, and the importance of process control & measurement. FA: N/A

PA: Management

• Design and function of different process valve types

• Basic principles of process valve actuating systems (manual, hydraulic, electric and pneumatic) • Reading and interpreting basic process valve symbols

• Explosive safety fundamentals EN 60079, EN-1127, EN-13463, IEC61241 plus appropriate guidelines, function and duties, selection and qualification

• IEC 61508 guideline + dedicated guidelines, function and duties, with the fundamentals of SIL • Symbols and standards

• Schematics of the main process • Overview of types of instruments • Open- and closed-loop control

• Safety concerns and procedures when operating control systems The participant:

• can verify process valve selections and control systems

• can discuss and understand explosive safety topics and the influence of their operation • can identify Safety Integrity Level targets

• understands the process control theory as an overview

• understands the main symbols used in the process automation and the importance of proper documentation

Basic technical understanding 1 day

565685

(23)

Technology

23 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Pneumatics PN111 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will cover in detail the most up-to-date products, current tools and methods used in industry. Our principle is learning from the real world for the real world!

FA: Operators, Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer PA: N/A

• Drives : Cylinders for different drive purposes

• Valves: Various valve types (pneumatic/electric controlled, structures, different mid positions etc)

• Controls: Pneumatic and electric controls of valves – Position control: Limit switches and sensors – Speed control: Uses of throttle valves – Logic control: And/or valves

– Pressure control: Uses of adjustable pressure sensors – Time-dependent control

• Basic principles of industrial electric controls: Buttons, contacts, relays • Basic principles of compressed air supply: Production, preparation, distribution • Symbolic representation of devices, standards

• Identifying and eliminating faults, including safety aspects • Cutting installation costs – from single valve to valve terminal The participant:

• can design, assemble and test basic pneumatic circuits

• can maintain and troubleshoot pneumatic components and basic control systems • can identify and describe the design, features, and operation of pneumatic components • can identify and explain symbols for pneumatic components

• can interpret technical specifications and data relating to pneumatic components • knows the fundamentals of compressed air generation

Technical understanding 3 days

559395

Modern industrial pneumatics –

Fundamentals

(24)

Technology

24 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Troubleshooting and maintenance of pneumatic systems

PN121 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course allows you to extend your specialist knowledge of complex pneumatic systems and improve your methodological skills. Practical exercises on training equipment for setup, commissioning, troubleshooting and fault elimination facilitate the transfer of knowledge to your day-to-day work. FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer

PA: N/A

• Setup and commissioning of pneumatic and electropneumatic systems • Analysis of control tasks using GRAFCET in accordance with DIN EN 60848 • Design and function of pneumatic and electropneumatic circuits

• Special pneumatic components (valve terminals) • Different types of valve terminal actuation • Operating modes (AUT/MAN/EMERGENCY STOP) • Electropneumatic and electronic control systems • Latest standards and regulations

• Practical exercises and systematic troubleshooting The participant:

• can set up and commission complex pneumatic systems • can systematically troubleshoot pneumatic systems

• knows the role of PLC in automation and can integrate the PLC into the control section • can work with valve terminals

• can interpret latest standards and regulations Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 3 days

559396

(25)

Technology

25 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Pneumatics PN132 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course allows you to extend your technical and methodological knowledge and to identify and eliminate faults without delay using a systematic procedure and the ability to understand the functional relationships of complex machinery.

FA: Maintenance, Trainer PA: N/A

• Functional relationships between mechanical elements, pneumatics, electronics and PLC • Design and function of pneumatic and electropneumatic components

• Basic principles of sensor technology

• Reviewing, completing and using machine documentation • Developing and applying troubleshooting strategies in a team • Optimising systems using fault documentation

• Learning and applying safety regulations and valid standards

• Process FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) as a method of preventive maintenance

• Optimisation of a production-related system with TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) components • Practical exercises on systematic troubleshooting

The participant:

• can describe the functional relationship between mechanical, pneumatic, electronic and PLC components

• masters troubleshooting techniques and strategies • is familiar with safety aspects of pneumatic systems

• can explain the function and operation of selected MPS stations • can apply FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis) to a machine

• can describe the structure of GRAPHCET and identify applications that use its strengths • is aware of products and services that support TPM

Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 4 days

559390

(26)

Technology

26 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Pneumatics

Effective problem solving techniques

PN142 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Modern industrial plants have a high level of complexity, making it increasingly difficult for maintenance staff to detect the cause of faults with technical competence and experience alone.

A methodical approach is required. This includes analysis of the environment, communication with specialist departments and systematic use of appropriate problem-solving techniques.

FA: Maintenance, Trainer PA: N/A

• Function plans of complex industrial equipment • Introduction to GRAFCET

• Troubleshooting using problem solving techniques • Causes of downtime and how to prepare a fault list • Methods/tools for analysing weak spots

(Pareto, cause-effect diagram, brainwriting, FMEA, measure list, measure plan) The participant:

• becomes familiar with the technical structure of a complex machine • understands the causes of downtime and failures

• can prepare and evaluate failure lists

• can solve technical problems using a structured approach Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

(27)

Technology

27 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Pneumatics PN152 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will learn the special features of using a vacuum as opposed to conventional compressed air. You will also learn about generation and measurement of vacuum, as well as selection and dimensioning of reservoirs and suction cups, and the use of appropriate valves and sensors. FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer

PA: N/A

• Generation and provision of vacuum

• Differences from conventional handling technology with grippers in terms of drawing in, conveying and depositing

• Vacuum sensing for process control • Dimensioning vacuum suction cups • Air requirements of vacuum systems

• Influence of material properties on vacuum handling

• Practical exercises in small groups on special training units and individual components using different materials

The participant:

• can describe the fundamentals of vacuum • knows about vacuum generation and applications • can select vacuum generation components

• can select suction cups for different industrial applications • can troubleshoot vacuum applications

Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

559405

(28)

Technology

28 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Valve terminal CPX –

Commissioning, modification and fault elimination

PN163 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Preconfigured complex systems with valve terminals and mechanical, pneumatic and electrical compo-nents bring numerous advantages but create new tasks for maintenance staff. This courses enables you to understand how pneumatic and electrical components work together. You will also learn identification and elimination of faults, and troubleshooting aids.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant • Design and function of three different CPX valve terminal series

– MPA – Midi – VTSA • Valve functions • Creating pressure zones

• Drawing and reading pneumatic circuit diagrams

• Functional relationships between pneumatics and electrical engineering • Terminal configuration and spare parts ordering

• Modification and replacement of parts • Versatile electrical connection technology • Adjustable failsafe behaviour

• Detection and elimination of pneumatic and electric controls • Diagnosis via fault LEDs at the Profibus node

• Creating a Profibus configuration using STEP7

• Testing and diagnosis via Profibus using a programming unit • Programmed diagnosis

The participant:

• is familiar with the CPX valve terminals and operation principles • can interact with the CPX interface

• can diagnose failures of CPX valve terminals • can undertake diagnosis via Profibus

Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

559389

Pneumatics

position images fix - please

shorten text.

(29)

Technology

29 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Pneumatics PN173 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Preconfigured complex systems with valve terminals and mechanical, pneumatic and electrical compo-nents bring numerous advantages but create new tasks for maintenance staff. This course enables you to understand how pneumatic and electrical components work together. You will also learn identification and elimination of faults, and troubleshooting aids.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant • Functional relationships between pneumatics and electrical engineering • Creating pressure zones

• Production and reading of pneumatic circuit diagrams • Terminal configuration and spare parts ordering • Modification and replacement of parts

• Detection and elimination of pneumatic and electric controls • Diagnosis via fault LEDs at the Profibus node

• Creating a Profibus configuration using STEP7

• Testing and diagnosis via Profibus using a programming unit • Programmed diagnosis

The participant:

• becomes familiar with the CPV valve islands and operation principals • can interact with the CPV interface

• can diagnose failures of CPV valve islands • can undertake diagnosis via Profibus

Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

559388

Valve terminal CPV –

Commissioning, modification and fault elimination

(30)

Technology

30 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Energy-efficient design of pneumatic systems

PN183 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Incorrect dimensioning leads to higher costs, a reduction in quality and other problems. Covering the basic solutions for correct dimensioning using real examples, this course enable you to plan and design safe optimized pneumatic systems. Working with Festo ProPneu software you will learn relationships between pressure, load and speed.

FA: Design/Engineering PA: N/A

• Costs of compressed air production with calculation examples • Compressed air drying and costs

• Costs of leaks

• Optimum dimensioning and material selection for compressed air networks • Compressed air quality for different applications

• Function and design of the service unit, slow restart pressurisation • Speed measurement of a cylinder with different fittings and tubing

• Dimensioning of a pneumatic system from the service unit through to the drive, including the hoses and fittings

• Determining the air requirement for a plant, including procedure and calculation examples • Use of ProPneu calculation software

• Different pressures for advance and return strokes

• Reducing installation costs – from a single valve to valve terminal • Various valve terminals, selection criteria

The participant:

• knows key efficient design features from compressed air generation to drive section • can use software tools to improve design quality and optimise system dimensioning • can apply key aspects of proactive maintenance

• can detect and avoid energy waste in pneumatic systems Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

559391

(31)

Technology

31 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PN193 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Health and safety are key design criteria for pneumatic systems. Safe systems require clear structuring of processes, correct choice of components and circuits with the necessary safety features. In this course you learn how to clearly define processes with Grafcet, how pneumatic components behave in different operating modes, and which safety standards have to be taken into account when designing circuits. FA: Design/Engineering

PA: N/A

• Representation of control sequences (Grafcet)

• Practical flow control for pneumatic drives depending on the relevant load • Influence of mass moment of inertia in semirotary drives

• Intermediate positions in pneumatic drives

• Introduction to proportional technology, use, function and soft stop

• Safety in the event of power failure: clamps, 5/3-way valves, piloted non-return valves • Behaviour of pneumatic drives when power is restored

• Pneumatics for safety applications • Equipment symbols as per DIN/ISO 1219-1

• Designation of equipment in circuit diagrams as per DIN/ISO 1219-2 • Pneumatic diagrams in FluidDRAW®

• Simulation of pneumatic circuits in FluidSIM® The participant:

• recognises the importance of the Grafcet planning method and understands its symbols

• knows the effect of one-way flow control valves, the meaning of push, pull and alternating loads and can select and use one-way flow control valves accordingly

• knows the effect of moments of inertia on semirotary drives and can use the Festo “Moment of Inertia Calculation Tool” to calculate the moment of inertia and select the correct semirotary drive using the data sheets

• knows ways of stopping pneumatic drives in intermediate positions

• has an insight into the safety technology standards, knows basic terms, understands the function of pneumatic actuators in relation to various pneumatic and electropneumatic valves and is familiar with circuits for various safety categories

Modern industrial pneumatics – Fundamentals training 2 days

559392

Safety in Pneumatics

(32)

Technology

32 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

HY511 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course provides you with an insight into hydraulic components and their function. You will create and read circuit diagrams and set the pressure, pressure and position of hydraulic drives. As in all Festo Didactic seminars, there is an emphasis on practical exercises.

FA: Operators, Maintenance, Engineering, Trainer

PA: Operators Field-Process-Laboratory, Maintenance Process-Engineering, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Equipment and circuit diagram symbols, reading and interpreting basic hydraulic circuit diagrams • Physical principles

• Structure and mode of operation of basic components • Measuring volumetric flow and pressure

• Technology and characteristic data of valves and drive elements

• Intensive training for industrial practice: setting up systems in accordance with circuit diagrams, commissioning

• Fundamentals of proportional hydraulics • Structure of simple relay controls The participant:

• design, assemble and test basic hydraulic circuits • maintain and troubleshoot basic hydraulic control systems

• identify and describe the construction, design features and operation of hydraulic components • interpret technical specifications and data relating to hydraulic components and systems • identify and explain graphical symbols for hydraulic components

• describe fundamentals of oil flow Basic technical understanding 4 days

559448

Modern industrial hydraulics

(33)

Technology

33 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Troubleshooting industrial hydraulics

HY521 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Careful maintenance can almost double the operating times of hydraulic components.

This course provides you with the relevant knowledge and necessary strategies and methods to tap into these potential savings.

FA: Maintenance

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Special cylinders, hydraulic motors, piloted valves, synchronisation controls, valve fittings, power supply systems with hydraulic reservoir and variable displacement pumps

• Technical knowledge, communication and teamwork

• Maintenance: Increasing operational reliability of production plants • Inspection: Identification, measurement and evaluation of wear on systems The participant:

• knows the features of piloted vales, special cylinders, hydraulic motors, valve fittings and power supply systems with hydraulic reservoir and variable displacement pumps • understands how availability of production equipment can be improved

• can recognise and assess the degree of machine wear and carry out the relevant measurements • can apply the principles of systematic troubleshooting to real applications

• can identify and analyse the weak points of a machine and initiate measures to eliminate them • can safely recommission the system

Modern industrial hydraulics training 5 days

559449

(34)

Technology

34 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

HY132 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

In this course you will learn the function and control of proportional valves and the structure of basic circuits in practical industrial applications. An extensive practical part gives you the opportunity to set up circuits, set parameters and gain experience in commissioning and troubleshooting proportional hydraulic controls.

FA: Operators, Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer PA: N/A

• Structure, function and characteristic data of proportional, way, pressure and flow control valves • Generation of setpoints (analog and digital)

• Adapting amplifier electronics to required conditions

• Development and interpretation of proportional hydraulics circuit diagrams

• Intensive practical training through setup of circuits according to circuit diagrams and setting parameters for optimal commissioning

• Tips for maintenance, troubleshooting and commissioning

• Proportional valves in the open-loop controls and control valves in closed-loop control • Introduction to servo valve technology and control

• Current standards and safety regulations for industrial practice The participant:

• understands the principles of proportional hydraulics

• can explain the structure and mode of operation of proportional, way, pressure and flow control valves • can interpret the characteristic data of proportional valves

• can adapt amplifier electronics to the required conditions

• can develop, read, understand and interpret proportional hydraulics circuit diagrams • can explain the principles of servo valve technology and control

• can explain the difference between open- and closed-loop controls • can name current standards and safety regulations for industrial practice Modern industrial hydraulics training

3 days 559451

Proportional hydraulics

(35)

Technology

35 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Automation

Flexibility despite a high degree of automation’s one of the most important challenges in manufacturing companies. It demands the integration and networking of different controls in a complex automation sys-tem. This is complicated by the huge variety of programming software available. Differences in user-inter-face, functionality and commands sets cause confusion and make mistakes more likely. CoDeSys – a tried and tested, globally-introduced hardware-independent software from 3S offers a Controller Development System according to the IEC 61131-3 with all defined programming languages independent of the hard-ware manufacturer. This training demystifies CoDeSys and gives participants confidence in using it. FA: Operators, Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer

PA: Operator Field-Process-Laboratory, Maintenance Process-Engineering, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Overview of the standard IEC 61131-3

• Introduction to the CoDeSys programming environment • Use of the 6 programming languages IL, ST, LD, FBD, SFC, CFC • Use of visualisation

• Working with simulation

• Functions, function blocks and libraries • Conversion of PLC programs

• Use of variable and symbolic operands • Using the Help function

• Aids to trouble-shooting The participant:

• can explain the scope and potential of CoDeSys

• can explain the positioning of CoDeSys to other programming environments • can select the best programming language for a given task

• can identify which products can be programmed with CoDeSys

• select appropriate language for a specific task and combine them to a complete project • can create a basic simulation based on the internal SoftPLC from CoDeSys and test programs • can create a basic visualisation (e.g. belt or distribution station)

2 days 570614

CoDeSys –

A hardware independent introduction for programmers

PLC281 Target groups Contents Outcomes Duration Order number

(36)

Technology

36 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PLC PLC271 Target groups Contents Outcomes Duration Order number

In order to master the fast-changing requirements of embedded and PC-controlled industrial applications, it is increasingly important to master and apply different programming languages. This is complicated by the huge variety of programming software available. Differences in user-interface, functionality and com-mands sets cause confusion and make mistakes more likely. CoDeSys – a tried and tested, globally-intro-duced hardware-independent software from 3S offers a Controller Development System according to the IEC 61131-3 with all defined programming languages independent of the hardware manufacturer. This training demystifies CoDeSys and gives participants confidence in using it.

FA: Maintenance

PA: Maintenance Process-Engineering, Design/Engineering, Service technicians, electricians, programmers and others

• Construction and function of a PLC • Overview of the standard IEC 61131-3

• Overview of automation structures and bus systems • Functionality of the CoDeSys programming environment • Use of the 6 programming languages IL, ST, LD, FBD, SFC, CFC • Offline simulation

• Visualisation

• Configuration and commissioning on Festo automation systems – and much more... The participant:

• can use and combine IEC 61131-3 languages (CoDeSys v2.3) to program an professional solution for an industrial application quickly and efficiently

• can program IEC 61131-2 compatible industrial controllers

• can describe the sequence of the MPS Distribution Station using Grafcet

• can program the sequence of the MPS Distribution Station using a language or combination of languages

• can use debugging tools to simulate, test and trace • can use CoDeSys features to troubleshoot • masters the fundamentals of visualisation

• can create and use different kinds of variables (local, global) • knows how to find help within the software

3 days

570612

CoDeSys for Industry

position images fix - please

shorten text.

(37)

Technology

37 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

PLC AUT121 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Sensors are used for a wide range of functions in automated systems, such as to measure pressure, force and distance, detect the presence and/or position of workpieces and the completion of process steps. This course gives you an overview of sensor technology including the design and function of different types of sensors, their applications and limitations.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer PA: N/A

• Basic physical principles and characteristic features in use • Sensor selection based on materials and ambient conditions • Terms and definitions in sensor technology

• Design, function and applications of different sensors for detecting presence, distance, travel, force and pressure, material quality etc.

• Industrial applications and realisation • Technical data and limits on use of sensors • Connection technology and signal processing • Practical exercises and fault analysis The participant:

• knows the functions of various sensors such as indicating, distance, pressure, force etc. • can select and install sensors for various applications

• can adjust and calibrate sensors • can interpret sensor technical data • can troubleshoot sensor faults Technical understanding 3 days

565669

(38)

Technology

38 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Automation

Introduction to mechatronics

AUT211 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

Today we are surrounded by automation systems that are a combination of mechanical engineering, electronics and software. This seminar provides you an understanding and lays the foundation for mastery of industrial automation, enabling you to commission, operate, adjust and maintain these machines.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer PA: N/A

• Basic physical principles

• Fundamentals of mechanics, pneumatics or hydraulics • Motion control by electrical engineering

• Motion control by PLC

• Various sensor types and limit switches • Basics of servo technology

• Factory automation simulation using MPS stations • Practical exercises and troubleshooting

The participant:

• can troubleshoot basic mechatronic control systems

• can assemble and test basic mechatronic circuits (pneumatic, electrical, and software)

• can install or replace, and commission pneumatic, electropneumatic, electrical and PLC hardware components

• can use diagnostic software to assist troubleshooting

• recognises and can differentiate between the different types of programming used in industry • can download a program and commission a simple PLC control system

• can identify and describe the operation of pneumatic, electropneumatic, electrical and PLC components and sensors

• can interpret technical specifications and data relating to pneumatic, electropneumatic, sensor, electrical and PLC components and systems

General technical understanding, background in automation 5 days

(39)

Technology

39 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Automation ED111 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

The increasing use of these servo drives in industry has led to a skills gap that can have a negative impact on productivity. If you are a user of conventional pneumatic drive technology, this course provides you with the knowledge and skills to master the basics of electrical servo drives.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer

PA: Maintenance Process-Engineering, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant • Fundamentals of electrical drives

• Encoders (absolute, incremental, resolver)

• Motors (asynchronous, synchronous, AC servo, DC, stepper) • Controllers, motion profiles, positioning drives

The participant:

• can describe the function of stepper, servo and positioning drive • can describe the interplay of mechanical and electrical components • knows the criteria for selecting a drive

• can commission an electric drive system • can localise and eliminate simple faults • can use the Festo Configuration Tool software • can assemble, power up and configure a system

• can select the most appropriate drive for a given application • can identify and eliminate faults and can interpret error messages • can work safely with an electric drive

• has completed practical exercises with spindle and toothed-belt axes, cantilever axes, stepper and servo motors.

Basic electrical and sensor understanding 2 days

562553

(40)

Technology

40 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Fast, confident electric drive configuration

AUT201 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Requirements Duration Order number

For many years it seemed that pneumatics was superior to electrical drives in linear and rotary motion. Electric drives have developed to an energy-efficient, versatile technology. The increasing use of these drives in industry – demanding the mastery of mechanical and electrical components and software has led to a skills gap that can negatively impact productivity. If you are a user of conventional pneumatic drive technology, this course provides you with the knowledge and skills to master the basics of electrical servo drives.

FA: Design/Engineering, Trainer

PA: Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant

• Influence of application data on the required system • Dimensioning and selection of the right system • Significance of the mass moment of inertia • Understanding the control behaviour

• Factors influencing positioning accuracy and repeatability

• Designing and dimensioning systems using the “Positioning Drives” software • Tips for safe mechanical and electrical design

• Tips on user guide, system documentation, maintenance and repair • Safety in the electrical control

• Emergency stop • Types of Stop

• Safety categories according to EN ISO 13 849-1 and EN 62 061 • Safe stop using the controller

• Practical exercises with the following components, spindle axis, toothed belt axis, cantilever axis, handling device, stepper and servo motors

The participant:

• can describe the function and design of new electric drives

• can select, configure, dimension and integrate optimal electrical drive systems for applications • knows relevant technical data, formulas, parameters

• can use configuration and dimensioning software to select according to their needs

• can select, configure, dimension and integrate optimal electrical drive systems for application • Is familiar with appropriate safety legislation and standards and can adapt to the needs of their own operational needs within production

Basic electrical and sensor understanding Hardware similar to TP800 plus components 2 days

570024

(41)

41 An excellent company

We know what makes an excellent company:

a focus on customer satisfac-tion, corporate and quality strategy, employee satisfaction, efficient processes, responsible and target-oriented employee management, job-oriented qualification, positive business results and a positive impact on society.

We will prepare your entire organisation for the new tasks you will face.

Our consultants will advise your employees on the development of an independent and auto-nomous working style. The aim of their work is to enable com-panies to efficiently structure work, organisation and qualifi-cation processes.

(42)

Organization

42 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

LP111 Target groups Contents Outcomes Duration Order number

Introduction to Lean Production and Value Stream Mapping

Taking the form of a strategy game, this training gives you a holistic view of material and information flows within a company and sensitises you to different types of waste in processes. You learn to analyse the causes of delivery problems and low productivity and to develop and implement ideas for meeting customer needs and improving processes. The main goal is to instil lean thinking in your company. The strategy game provides practical experience for all employees involved in lean production projects. FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer, Managers

PA: Process-Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant, Managers • Inventory minimisation as an important basis for increased productivity

• The principle of pull production control

• Advantages compared to conventional production control methods • Types and function of different pull production control methods • Application of methods

• Kanban – the classic pull principle

• SMED – Optimisation of setup processes with Single Minute Exchange of Die • CIP processes as part of the business game

• Introduction to Value Stream Mapping (VSM) The participant:

• can analyse the causes of delivery problems and low productivity

• can develop and implement ideas for meeting customer requirements and process improvements 2 days

561209

(43)

Organization

43 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

Kanban –

Pull production control

LP121 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course uses an example of kanban to teach you the tools and methods for better planning and implementation of pull processes. You learn to use these methods to optimise processes and inventories automatically, freeing up resources and capital. You quickly learn to use the practical knowledge to implement simple pull processes in your own company.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer, Management

PA: Process- Engineering Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer/Consultant, Management The various kanban methods

• Kanban – manual or electronic?

• How do we produce in the customer’s takt time? How do we calculate this? • Calculating the order point

• Determining batch size

• How do we dimension a supermarket?

• How do I design a kanban board or kanban card • Audit systems, key characteristic values The participant:

• can design kanban circuit

• can calculate buffer inventories, kanban quantities, customer takt time, order point and lead times • can determine batch sizes

• can design supermarkets

• can design kanban boards and cards • can use audit systems

• can calculate key characteristic data • can put approaches into practice Some experience in production control 1 day

559423

xxx

(44)

Organization

44 We are happy to adapt this course to your industry-specific needs. Contact: (866) 661-7496

TPM –

Maintenance strategies and Total Productive Maintenance

LP141 Target groups Contents Outcomes Prerequisites Duration Order number

This course provides service technicians with an overview of commonly used maintenance strategies, compares these based on different requirements and thus provides you with a basis for making maintenance decisions to maximize availability in your own company.

FA: Maintenance, Design/Engineering, Trainer, Management PA: N/A

• Production systems and their influence on maintenance • Six typical types machine and system loss

• Roles and self-image in maintenance • Organizational structures for maintenance • Comparison of maintenance strategies:

– Event-oriented maintenance – Routine maintenance

– Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) – Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) – Risk-Based Maintenance (RBM)

• Data for recording maintenance performance • Examples and practical exercises

The participant:

• can establish sources of loss on machines and systems • sees maintenance as a service provider for production

• can evaluate various maintenance strategies and select the appropriate one for the company or various machines

• can implement the company’s maintenance strategies

• can select and collect data for recording maintenance performance Experience in maintenance

2 days 559428

(45)
(46)

Festo North America

United States

Customer Resource Center

502 Earth City Expressway, Suite 125 Earth City, MO 63045

For ordering assistance,

or to find your nearest Festo Distributor,

Call: 1.800.99.FESTO

Fax: 1.800.96.FESTO

E-mail:customer.service@us.festo.com For technical support,

Call: 1.866.GO.FESTO Fax: 1.800.96.FESTO E-mail:product.support@us.festo.com Headquarters Festo Corporation 395 Moreland Road P.O. Box 18023 Hauppauge, NY 11788 www.festo.com/us Sales Offices Appleton

North 922 Tower View Drive, Suite N Greenville, WI 54942

Boston

120 Presidential Way, Suite 330 Woburn, MA 01801

Chicago

1441 East Business Center Drive Mt. Prospect, IL 60056

Dallas

1825 Lakeway Drive, Suite 600 Lewisville, TX 75057

Detroit– Automotive Engineering Center 2601 Cambridge Court, Suite 320 Auburn Hills, MI 48326

New York

395 Moreland Road Hauppauge, NY 11788

Silicon Valley

4935 Southfront Road, Suite F Livermore, CA 94550

Design and Manufacturing Operations East: 395 Moreland Road, Hauppauge, NY 11788

Central: 1441 East Business Center Drive, Mt. Prospect, IL 60056

West: 4935 Southfront Road, Suite F, Livermore, CA 94550

Argentina Australia Austria Belarus Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile China Colombia Croatia Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Great Britain Greece Hong Kong Hungary India Indonesia Iran Ireland Israel Italy Japan Latvia Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Norway Peru Philippines Poland Romania Russia Serbia Singapor Slovakia Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand Turkey Ukraine United States Venezuela

Mexiko Canada Festo Worldwide Canada Headquarters Festo Inc. 5300 Explorer Drive Mississauga, Ontario L4W 5G4 Phone:1.905.624.9000 Fax: 1.905.624.9001 E-mail: info_ca@ca.festo.com www.festo.com/ca Mexico Headquarters

Festo Pneumatic, S.A. Av. Ceylán 3 Col. Tequesquinahuac 54020 Tlalnepantla Edo. de México Phone: 011 52 [55] 53 21 66 00 Fax: 011 52 [55] 53 21 66 65 E-mail: festo.mexico@mx.festo.com www.festo.com/mx

Figure

Updating...

References

Updating...

Related subjects :