Fluid System Components

FSC Technology Day 2019

Please review the available slots below and select the button(s) to RSVP or sign up.

This event was a huge hit in 2017, with most of our expert led sessions reaching full attendance capacity, so please register early.

Thank you!


 

About this FREE Event September 19, 2019

LOCATION: 1700 Suburban Drive, De Pere, WI 54115

With nearly 50 years of serving the Industrial and Mobile Fluid Power Markets, FSC is your preferred System Solution Provider in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.  Additionally, FSC provides the most comprehensive hydraulic service & repair in the state!

» 50 minute classes throughout the day 

» Limited seating, please reserve your seat below for the classes you want. 

» 9am - 3pm

» Lunch Provided

 


Product Demonstrations Include:

» Boom Suspension

» Crimping & Hose Assembly

» Data Acquisition & Pump Repair

» Filter Cart & Particle Counting

» Fluid Contamination & ISO Cleanliness

» FSC Force & Position Control System 

 

Product on Display from these Vendors:

» Rexroth

» Hydac

» HydraForce

» Flextral

» GAST

» AirTAC

» ITT Enidine

» Danfoss

 

FAQs

Do I have to attend classes?

No but please select the RSVP option below so we know approximately how many people are attending.

 

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Parking at the event is free.

 

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please email us at [email protected] for any questions you have on the event.

 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, you do not need to bring a printed ticket to the event.

 

Date: 09/19/2019 (Thu.)

Created by:  Fluid System Components
 
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RSVP Only

Attending event but no classes.

09/19/2019 (Thu)  
   
1 slot filled - more available
  Jared Rentmeester

New Age Hydraulic Power Unit- "CytroPac"

Innovations used in the design of modular hydraulic power units. These designs incorporate variable frequency drives and the latest in valve filtering technology. The compact and quiet operation make them ideal for medical or research lab applications.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -A-Entrance Area 
10:00am - 10:50am (40)  
6 of 40 slots filled
  Bill Gustafson
  Skyler Teske
  Kenneth Henderson
  Aaron Eltrich
  John Luvaas
  Ryan Tipple
11:00am - 11:50am (40)  
2 of 40 slots filled
  Tim Van Vreede
  James Kluth

Basic Fluid Power Training 101

This is a brief introduction of the hydraulic principles, schematic symbols, and component review of a hydraulic system. The objective of this class is to give an understanding and familiarity of the selection criteria and function of a hydraulic system.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -B-- Lunch Room 
10:00am - 10:50am (40)  
12 of 40 slots filled
  Tim Van Vreede
  James Kluth
  Vishal Pipaliya
  Caleb Hahn
  Aroon Viswanathan
  John VanVliet
  Jeff Pano
  Nick Karfonta
  Jason Ha
  Todd Crocker
  DUANE DEFORD
  Stephen Johnson
-B-- Lunch Room 
11:00am - 11:50am (40)  
6 of 40 slots filled
  Brian Wendt
  Dan Stuckmann
  Kerry Burdick
  Mike Bychinski
  Keith Spencer
  Kenneth Henderson

Understanding Proportional and Servo Control Valves

Highlights features of proportional and servo control valves. Showing the features/benefits of each valve type, their related performance levels, available digital precision in today's high-tech valves and the utilization of I/O Link technology.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -C- Training Room 
10:00am - 10:50am (40)  
8 of 40 slots filled
  Kerry Burdick
  Keith Spencer
  Michael Bychinski
  John Campbell
  Ryan Julseth
  Darin Julseth
  Ralph Jeschke
  John Gates
11:00am - 11:50am (40)  
9 of 40 slots filled
  Vishal Pipaliya
  Bill Gustafson
  Aroon Viswanathan
  Jason Ha
  Todd Crocker
  DUANE DEFORD
  Stephen Johnson
  Ryan Tipple
  Riley Wold

Filtration Technology

Highlight the types of filtration methods used today to maintain and keep your production up and running. All filters are not created equal. This presentation will show you the latest in filtration technology differences.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -D- FAB 
10:00am - 10:50am (40)  
11:00am - 11:50am (40)  
9 of 40 slots filled
  Skyler Teske
  Caleb Hahn
  John VanVliet
  Jeff Pano
  Nick Karfonta
  John Campbell
  John Gates
  Aaron Eltrich
  John Luvaas

Variable Frequency Drive Systems

Learn how a VFD system can save energy, give better process control, and provide longer lasting, quieter operation. Understanding the basic requirements of a VFD system will help determine best suited applications and results in reduced costs and noise.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -A-Entrance Area 
1:00pm - 1:50pm (40)  
10 of 40 slots filled
  James Kluth
  Vishal Pipaliya
  Kerry Burdick
  Keith Spencer
  Michael Bychinski
  Ryan Julseth
  Darin Julseth
  Kenneth Henderson
  Ralph Jeschke
  Ryan Tipple
2:00pm - 2:50pm (40)  
2 of 40 slots filled
  Bill Gustafson
  Stephen Johnson

Mobile Pump Control Systems

This class outlines the differences and characteristics of positive displacement pumps and demonstrates the various methods for controlling flow and pressure. Learn how this will help with the initial selection and sizing of a pump system.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -B-- Lunch Room 
1:00pm - 1:50pm (40)  
6 of 40 slots filled
  Tim Van Vreede
  Jason Ha
  John Campbell
  Todd Crocker
  John Gates
  Aaron Eltrich
-B-- Lunch Room 
2:00pm - 2:50pm (40)  
5 of 40 slots filled
  Aroon Viswanathan
  John VanVliet
  Jeff Pano
  Nick Karfonta
  Ryan Tipple

The Future of Mobile Equipment Controls

An overview of present and future state control systems used on mobile equipment. Discussing changes in the future regarding matters such as safety, protocols, programming, etc. An important discussion given the direction of autonomous vehicles.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -C- Training Room 
1:00pm - 1:50pm (40)  
11 of 40 slots filled
  Brian Wendt
  Dan Stuckmann
  Dalton Jones
  Jay Jones
  Skyler Teske
  Caleb Hahn
  Aroon Viswanathan
  John VanVliet
  Jeff Pano
  Nick Karfonta
  John Luvaas
2:00pm - 2:50pm (40)  
2 of 40 slots filled
  Todd Crocker
  Aaron Eltrich

Electronic Sensor and Control Technology

The latest in filtration, electronic sensors, and controls for the fluid power industry. Proper selection of a filter system, monitoring cleanliness, and implementing sensors and controls to avoid loss of production are all topics covered in this class.

09/19/2019 (Thu) -D- FAB 
1:00pm - 1:50pm (40)  
4 of 40 slots filled
  Bill Gustafson
  DUANE DEFORD
  Stephen Johnson
  Riley Wold
2:00pm - 2:50pm (40)  
12 of 40 slots filled
  Tim Van Vreede
  James Kluth
  Vishal Pipaliya
  Skyler Teske
  Caleb Hahn
  Jason Ha
  Kerry Burdick
  Keith Spencer
  Michael Bychinski
  Kenneth Henderson
  John Gates
  John Luvaas
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