Hirschmann announces training schedule

By D.Ann Shiffler02 February 2009

Hirschmann Automation and Control, Inc. (PAT) in the US, a leading supplier of crane operator aids, including load moment indicators, will offer a series of 10 two-day technical service training courses in 2009. The courses will feature classroom training along with actual hands-on experience using system simulators, and will include system theory, sensor calibration, wiring, and hands-on trouble shooting.

“These courses were designed to give mechanics and operators the latest technical information to help them maximize efficiency and productivity of their crane operations,” stated Bill Mowen, aftermarket sales manager at Hirschmann Automation and Control.

The courses will be taught by Hirschmann industry experts who understand the theory and application of each system, and who bring experience gained through troubleshooting PAT/Hirschmann systems in the field and offer proven techniques to quickly and effectively troubleshoot system components which will minimize machine down time thus increase profits.

In 2009, Hirschmann will provide training on the following systems: DS 160, iVISOR mentor, DS 85, and iFLEX5. Hirschmann will also structure courses for companies at their facilities to meet specific requirements.For times and dates of the 10 training sessions visit the company’s website at www.hirschmann-usa.com/ecstraining or call +1 717 217 2223 or email ecstraining@hirschmann-usa.com

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