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Hydraulic Systems

5 days
Part Time
TTE Technical (UK) Ltd

Course overview

To give engineering personnel an overview of hydraulic fluid power systems in order that they may effectively carryout maintenance functions by understanding the operating principle of system components. Delegates will have the opportunity to familiarise themselves with industry standard equipment and build circuits on training rigs to satisfy given system requirements.

PLEASE NOTE: Price displayed is based on training being held at our Middlesbrough HQ. For training to be delivered at customer premises please contact the Business Development Team on 01642 462266 or email


The aim of the course is to provide course delegates with an introduction to the different types of control valves and valve actuators used in the process industries.


At the end of the couse you will be able to:

  • Describe component parts of a hydraulic system
  • Describe the operation of various types of hydraulic pumps
  • Read and interpret hydraulic schematic circuits
  • Assemble, test and operate different hydraulic circuits
  • Describe the operation of various types of control valve including sliding spool types
  • Describe the properties of hydraulic fluids
  • Describe properties of hydraulic fluids, the different type of filter and location of filters

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Why choose us?

Study with Industry Experts

Start your career by training with industry leaders in various fields, such as Process, Wind Turbine, Manufacturing and Instrumentation Engineering.

International Training

We regularly welcome technicians to our training centre from regions such as the Middle East and Africa, as well as through international facilities.

World Class Facilities

Our Middlesbrough based centre includes two fully functional process pilot plants, engineering workshops, and two three-phase separator plants