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  • Hydraulic Cylinder Fundamentals and Failure Modes
  • Increase the Life of a Cylinder
  • Proper Sizing of Conductors when using Single Rod Cylinders


  • Load Sens, Pressure Compensation Application
  • Counterbalance Valves
  • Flow Dividers
  • Slip-In Cartridge Valves
  • Industrial Directional Control Valve Common Spools and Actuation
  • Load Sensing Valves in Mobile Hydraulic Systems
  • Don’t Be A Knob Turning Idiot!


  • Closed Loop Hydraulic Circuits
  • Hydromechanical vs. Electrohydraulic Solutions
  • Controller Area Network (CANBUS)
  • Proportional Valves – Wiring, Tuning, Troubleshooting
  • Proportional Directional Control Valve Systems for Mobile Hydraulics
  • Part 1 and Part 2
  • CANBus for Mobile Proportional Valve Systems
  • Proportional Valves
  • Troubleshooting Electrohydraulic Amplifier Systems


  • Basic Hydraulic Troubleshooting
  • Selecting and Sizing Accumulators
  • High-Pressure Hydraulics
  • Accumulators in Hydraulic Systems
  • PSIA & PSIG – What’s the Difference?
  • Rules of Thumb – Thumbs Down


  • Fluid Maintenance
  • Contamination Study of a Hydraulic System Using a Variable Volume Reservoir
  • Fluids and Filtration Basics
  • Cavitation and Aeration
  • Causes and Cures
  • Filter Sizing


  • Pressure Controls Factors to Predict Setting in Applications
  • Designing & Building a Machine for Energy Conservation
  • The Use and Misuse of Energy in Fluid Power Systems
  • How to Fix an Air Leak So It Stays Fixed
  • Energy Savings in Pneumatic Systems
  • Transforming Fluid Power
  • Hydraulics
  • Applications
  • Pneumatics


  • Hydraulic Pump Modeling for Application Engineers
  • Pumps, Controls & Where to Set the Relief


  • Pneumatic Filtration
  • IO Link High Level Basic Functionality
  • Machine Safety Overview
  • Vacuum Basic Concepts

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