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Need Hydraulic Help

Need Hydraulic Help

Need Hydraulic Help

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I am new to Hydraulics and I am trying to make hydraulic schematics for a Crane. Could you please sugest any website or doccument that I can get any help.
Thanks
Jeele

RE: Need Hydraulic Help

Try www.fpweb.com and look at the E-Book and other training material on that site.

You will need a lot more help than any training material on the Web or from any other place can give, However, what you want to do will be a great learning experience.

Here are some others, Most are Pneumatic but the principles are similar.

http://www.fluidpowerzone.com/

http://www.norgren.com/training/default.asp

http://www.rosscontrols.com/pneu101.htm

http://home01.wxs.nl/~brink494/frm_e.htm

http://www.rmfpt.com/index.html

http://www.tpub.com/content/engine/14105/

http://www.pneumaticsonline.com/BasicTraining/

Maybe others know of more.

Bud Trinkel CFPE
HYDRA-PNEU CONSULTING, INC.
http://www.fluidpower1.us

RE: Need Hydraulic Help

Who are your current supplier for hydraulic components and systems?

Ask them to come in and sit down with you to discuss the control functionality, logic and concept.

It's a goodway to start the ball rolling and work at developing a good working relationship from which you will learn a lot.

Make sure you get to discuss this with technical staff as well as sales.

After this you may decide to find an introductory course if you like the hydraulic experience.

Good Luck

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