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Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to completely understand the BT 3870, BT 28106, BT 4792,  BT 70100 generations of boom truck cranes.  This program assumes some basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems.  We start the course with an in-depth review of  crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to a cranes individual components  and systems.

 

The Crossover Series will also be discussed in  this course. Students will learn how load charts are constructed and how to properly read and interpret them. In depth instruction will be  given on hydraulic and electrical control systems and interconnectivity between them. By going in-depth and breaking down the individual electrical and hydraulic control circuits, the students will gain a strong system knowledge of a Terex crane.

Load moment indicating systems operation and function will  be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and how the system functions.

 

 

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic schematics and systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components and proper set up per configuration.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Technical or Support personnel new to the crane industry
  • Pre-requisites: None
  • Experience Level: None
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $750 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians who are new  to rough terrain cranes or boom trucks understand the components of these machines, functionality of the systems and prepare them for more advanced technical training courses.

This program assumes no basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems.  We start the course with an in-depth review of  crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to a crane’s individual components  and systems.

 

 

Program content

  • Presentation of crane terms and technologies.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) technologies
  • Electrical fundamentals.
  • Hydraulic fundamentals.
  • Pneumatic fundamentals

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to completely understand the RT 230-1, RT 555-1, RT 665, RT 780,  and RT 1120. This program assumes basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems. We start the course with an in-depth review of crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to cranes’ individual components and systems.

 

Students will be exposed to how load charts  are constructed and how to properly read and interpret them. Load moment indicating systems operation and function will be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and  how the system functions.

 

The program then introduces the student to  CAN-Bus technology and how it interacts with a crane computer system that helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, data exchange, and interaction with the LMI operating system.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic schematics and systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components and proper set up per configuration.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) calibration, boom length and angle transducer calibrtaion.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to completely understand the RT 670, RT 780, Quadstar 1100, and RT 130. This program assumes basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems.  We start the course with an in-depth review of  crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to cranes’ individual components and systems. Students will be exposed to how load charts are constructed and how to properly read  and interpret them. Load moment indicating systems operation and function will be covered  with an emphasis on proper use, programming,  and how the system functions.

 

The program then introduces the student to  CAN-Bus technology and how it interacts with a crane computer system that helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, data exchange,  and Incorporating the hydraulic and electrical  benches, will allow the students to experience the simultaneous action between hydraulics and electric on Terex cranes. By individual circuit breakdown, this will give students a working knowledge of a  fully functioning Terex crane.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic schematics and systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components and proper set up per configuration.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) calibration, boom length and angle transducer calibrtaion.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

his course will introduce the newest technology  of the Terex cranes. The technicians will go in depth on the understanding of the new RT 670, RT 780, Quadstar 1100 and RT 130. This program assumes basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems. We start the course with an in-depth review of crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to cranes’ individual components and systems. Students will be exposed to how load charts are constructed and how to properly read  and interpret them. Load moment indicating systems operation and function will be covered with an emphasis on proper use, programming, and how  the system functions.

 

The program then introduces the student to  CAN-Bus technology incorporated into the IC-1+  load moment indicator that will be used on this generation of cranes and how it interacts with the crane systems. The technicians will learn how the IC-1+ helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, and data exchange.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic schematics and systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components and proper set up per configuration.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) calibration, boom length and angle transducer calibration, load cell calibration, component node assignment and system troubleshooting & diagnosis.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to completely understand the RT 90 / RT 100US. This program assumes basic service and operational knowledge of Terex crane systems. We start the course with an in-depth review of crane terminology and technology so the students can relate to cranes’ individual components and systems.

The program then introduces the student to  CAN-Bus technology incorporated into the IC-1+  load moment indicator that will be used on this generation of cranes and how it interacts with the crane systems. The technicians will learn how the IC-1+ helps to diagnosis errors, output controllability, and data exchange.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the pneumatic schematics and systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components and proper set up per configuration.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) calibration, boom length and angle transducer calibration, load cell calibration, component node assignment and system troubleshooting & diagnosis.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This is the first level of this series, the course showcases HC cranes up to 275 tons and covers all functions, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, maintenance, adjustments, LMI, set-up.

 

Topics Covered
Review the functions (hydraulic & electrical), maintenance of the operating controls, main drive
(engine, pumps), swing, propel, hoist, counterweight and booming systems. Also included: interpretation of load charts, basic boom configuration, and crane assembly of each model.

 

Troubleshooting Section
Start circuit, operation lock circuit, A2B, hoist auto & freefall circuits, boom kickout circuits, unload circuits, problems normally encountered during operation. Setup and calibration of LMI.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) models (ML2, ML3 & ML5) system components, proper set up per configuration and calibration procedures.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-010 (Mobile Hydraulic) & TELT-020 (Mobile Electric)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This is the 2nd course of this series, the  showcasing the HC120 & 285,  It covers all functions, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, maintenance, adjustments, LMI, set-up.

 

Topics Covered
Review the functions (hydraulic & electrical), maintenance of the operating controls, main drive
(engine, pumps), swing, propel, hoist, counterweight and booming systems. Also included: interpretation of load charts, basic boom configuration, and crane assembly of each model.

 

Troubleshooting Section
Start circuit, operation lock circuit, A2B, hoist auto & freefall circuits, boom kickout circuits, unload circuits, problems normally encountered during operation. Setup and calibration of LMI.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Basic physics of lifting as applied to cranes.  Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the hydraulic schematics and control systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator) models (ML7) system components, proper set up per configuration and calibration procedure.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to have a basic understanding of the entire SK product line ranging from the SK 315, SK 405, SK 415 and SK 575 tower cranes. Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We begin with the basic components which make up  a tower crane and their functions. Once the basics have been covered we move on to the information contained in the crane data sheet such as the  load chart, foundation types and component specifications. This will lead into a more in-depth discussion of crane terminology and technology  so the students can relate to cranes’ individual components and systems.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will also be covered. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and traveling) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Dates - Training Schedule

SK Tower Crane Legacy (InterControl PLC): 14/09/2020 - 18/09/2020

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Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • Presentation and comprehension of the electrical schematics and control systems.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), (InterControl) system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • SE212 / 213 external climbing cage assembly, operation and hydraulic functionality.
  • Altivar 71 setup and programming.
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course will help your technicians to have a basic understanding of the first generation CTT tower cranes produced with the Mitsubisji PLC's (CTT331-16, CTT561-32, CTT721-40). Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We begin with the basic components which make up  a tower crane and their functions. Once the basics have been covered we move on to the information contained in the crane data sheet such as the  load chart, foundation types and component specifications. This will lead into a more in-depth discussion of crane terminology and technology  so the students can relate to the crane's individual components and systems.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will also be covered. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and trolley) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • Parker inverter functionalities (Slewing)
  • Vacon inverter functionalities (Trolley & Hoist)
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course is based on the CTT472-20 and the new ABB control system. Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We then cover the major components and functions of this machine, foundation types, component specifications and load charts.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will be covered in depth. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and trolley) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • Parker inverter functionalities (Slewing)
  • Vacon inverter functionalities (Trolley & Hoist)
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course is based on the CTT332-16 but also applies to the CTT162-8 & CTT182-8 and represents the second generation of the Mitsubishi control system. Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We then cover the major components and functions of this machine, foundation types, component specifications and load charts.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will be covered in depth. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and trolley) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • Parker inverter functionalities (Slewing)
  • Vacon inverter functionalities (Trolley & Hoist)
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course is based on the CTL272-18 and the new ABB control system. Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We then cover the major components and functions of this machine, foundation types, component specifications and load charts.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will be covered in depth. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and luffing) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • Parker inverter functionalities (Slewing)
  • Vacon inverter functionalities (Luffing & Hoist)
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course is based on the CTL340-24 but also applies to the CTL430-24 and represents the second generation of the Mitsubishi control system.  Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We then cover the major components and functions of this machine, foundation types, component specifications and load charts.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will be covered in depth. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and luffing) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

Objective

  • Target Audience: Engineers / Field Service Technicians
  • Pre-requisites: E-Learning Courses TELT-060 (AC / DC Motors & Drives)
  • Required Equipment: Laptop computer
  • Experience Level: 6 months recommended
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Cost Factory Course: $1600 per student including lodging & lunches
  • Cost On Site Course: On request
  • Number of vacancies: 8
  • Location: Factory or On Site courses available
  • Dates: Training Schedule: https://www.myterex.com.br/us/us/agenda-and-enrollments

This course is based on the CTT472-20 and the new ABB control system. Job site safety in relation to tower cranes is covered to ensure the students are aware of potential hazards present on the job site. We then cover the major components and functions of this machine, foundation types, component specifications and load charts.

 

Next we look at the process of erecting a tower crane from the foundation all the way through commissioning. This includes the interaction of the different components within the electrical control system from the PLC through the electrical cabinets, operator’s display, limit switches, relays and drive controls. These individual component functionalities will be discussed and the student will learn the role each one plays in the operation of a tower crane. Electrical schematic symbols and circuit functionality will be covered in depth. Maintenance schedules concerning major components (hoisting, slewing and trolley) are covered to ensure that the student is aware of the importance of maintenance and can recognize potential problem areas while in the field.

Program content

  • Overview of the machines and main components.
  • Overview of operations manual.
  • Proper machine set up and assembly, safe operating practices.
  • Comprehension & application of load charts based upon configuration.
  • Electrical schematics navigation and control system functionalities.
  • LMI (Load Moment Indicator), system components, proper set up and comissioning procedures.
  • Parker inverter functionalities (Slewing)
  • Vacon inverter functionalities (Trolley & Hoist)
  • Overview of preventive maintenance schedules, lubrication tables and maintenance adjustments.

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