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North American Hydraulic Training Courses
2016 Schedule and Information
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | Introduction
Bosch Rexroth is the leading manufacturer of Drive &
Control technologies. It has expert know-how of the
latest technical trends and innovations. Along with
the best practical training methods.
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Table of Contents
Introduction2
About our courses
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Course locations and contact info
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How to Register
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On-site training
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eHTG Hydraulics Basics Online Training
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Course Offerings and Information
Principles of Hydraulics – POH/HYi-101
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Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems – SIHS/HYi-201
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Mobile Hydraulics Technology – MHT
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Introduction to Mobile Hydraulic Technology –
IMHT/HYm-10111
Mobile Hydraulic Drives and Controls Technology –
MHDCT/HYm-20112
Setup of Mobile Hydraulic Systems – SMHS
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Fundamentals and Servicing of Proportional Valves – FSP
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Pumps and Controls – Closed/Open Loop – PCC/PCO
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Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulics –
DCH/HYi-20216
Electronic Controls for Hydraulic Systems – ECH
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Press Hydraulic Systems – PHS
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Piston Pumps, Motors, and Controls – PPM/HYi-301
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Proportional Control Technology – PCT/HYi-302
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Proportional Circuit Design – PCD/HYi-303
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Training Services Terms and Conditions
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On-Site Addendum to TSTC
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | About Our Courses
About Our Courses
Bosch Rexroth is committed to quality fluid power training.
design of a system. These skills can be applied to new
Based on this commitment, our Training Department has
applications or the upgrading of an already existing system.
developed a series of courses that are aimed at meeting the
This exposure will assist in the proper sizing and selection
training needs of industry. Our course offerings are targeted
of valves, actuators, conductors, and drive units.
toward those individuals who maintain hydraulic systems
and those who design new systems or want to upgrade
existing systems with new technology.
Remember, whether you are in maintenance or engineering,
you can count on quality hydraulic training at any Bosch
Rexroth Training Center you select.
On the maintenance side, we begin with the Principles of
Hydraulics (POH) class, with seven additional hands-on
performance intensive courses. This will lead to a solid
foundation in hydraulic principles and an effective working
knowledge of maintenance concepts and practices. Our
course material will cover information pertaining to systems
maintenance, as well as current individual component
repair, service, set-up and testing procedures.
The design and engineering side also begins with our Principles of Hydraulics class, with as many as five more
courses that will aid the engineering-oriented person in the
Locations and Contact Information
United States
Canada
Courses are held at the
following locations:
AMT Training Center
625 Linden St.
Bethlehem, PA 18018
U.S.A. (PA)
Courses are held at the
following locations:
Bosch Rexroth Canada
Burlington, Ontario
Canada (ON)
Bosch Rexroth
10305 Round Up Lane
Ste. 700
Houston, TX 77064
U.S.A. (TX)
Bosch Rexroth Canada
Burnaby, British Columbia
Canada (BC)
Bosch Rexroth Canada
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada (AB)
Greenville Technical College
Buck Mickel Center for
Corporate & Career
Development
216 S. Pleasantburg Drive
Greenville, SC 29607
U.S.A. (SC)
Have Questions?
In the U.S., contact the training dept. at
ff E-mail: [email protected]
ff Phone: (610) 997-6745
In Canada, contact the training dept. at
ff E-mail: [email protected]
ff Phone: (905) 735-0510
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How to Register for Courses/Seminars
We now have an Online Registration process
You can enroll yourself or an employee via our on-line learning management system (LMS). To view availability or register for a course, visit the online training registration site at:
www.boschrexroth.com/training/register
The above link will open a calendar page where you will be
able to scroll through on a monthly view and see what and
where all North American seminars are being offered, as well
as the number of spaces which are currently available in
each.
ee Link to
Registration Form
If the enrollment is on behalf
of someone else then please
use the student’s actual
email address since this will
be used for all correspondence.
Once the registration process is complete you will be
given a confirmation number
and a confirmation email will
be sent to the email address
you provided. The confirmation email includes tuition
payment information, class
hours, suggested hotels, and
a map with directions. A link
will appear on the confirmation email to allow cancellation or change of the reservation.
When you click on a course offering, a new window will open
with a description of the course. If you scroll down, you will
see all available dates for that course as well as a link to the
registration page. The link will take you to the Online Registration Form, which will open in a new window.
You can also access the training calendar via links on the
Bosch Rexroth training sites. In the USA, this site is
www.boschrexroth.com/en/us/training/index. In Canada,
this site is www.boschrexroth.ca/training.
Payment for Courses
In the USA - The online system does not accept payment for
US enrollees. You will be contacted by the training coordinator before the class to process payment. Tuition may be paid
with a Visa, MasterCard, or American Express credit card. A
purchase order will only be accepted by your local Bosch
Rexroth Distributor.
In Canada - In order to enroll you will need to provide a valid
credit card. Purchase order upload is available only for existing customers of Bosch Rexroth Canada.
Cancellation Guidelines – Course cancellations received less
than 10 business days prior to the start date of class are
subject to a charge of the stipulated training fee, in full. No
refunds are made to registered student(s) who fail to attend
or withdraw after the start date of a scheduled class.
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North American Hydraulic Technical Courses | On-Site Courses
On-Site and Regular Scheduled Courses
Reality based hydraulic training that will meet two different needs
Which one is best for you?
As an integral part of on-site training, our textbooks are
available for your on-site seminar and future reference. In
Scheduled Courses
addition to these textbooks is our complete library of data
Regularly scheduled courses in hydraulics technology
and parts sheets, which can be presented in a maintenance
offered at our training facilities. See this catalog for course
manual format on all components used on your machine.
types, locations, dates and ways to register.
Slides, schematics, and other materials are available to
Custom machine specific and/or process specific hydraulic
promote customized training.
training at your facility, based on your actual hydraulic
On-site training seminars are scheduled on a first-come,
operating equipment, is available. Call your training depart-
first-served basis, depending on instructor availability. The
ment for information and a free proposal from a hydraulics
price for these seminars is quoted upon request with no
specialist.
obligation.
On-Site Training
The need for training on specific hydraulic installations,
both for new and existing equipment, is routinely accomplished through our on-site training programs. Last year we
provided instruction to many students through various
on-site training programs. For new equipment installations,
we can provide on-site training seminars in proper start-up
and preventive maintenance procedures. The hydraulic
circuit and control theory is also covered in detail.
Customized training programs are available with test stands
delivered to your location. Analysis includes component
function, calibration procedures, troubleshooting techniques and overall system operation.
On-site training does not have to be on a specific piece of
equipment. We can provide basic hydraulic training in addition to the maintenance/troubleshooting formats. To satisfy
system engineers and designers, we also offer an on-site
servo, proportional, or pump controls seminar at your facility.
We study the hydraulic and the electronic control circuitry
of your machines, then a course outline is developed based
upon the schematics and bills of material list you provide.
These course outlines are designed to present a very
methodical approach to system training.
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Online Basic Hydraulics (eHTG) Training
Online hydraulics training for engineering and maintenance technicians,
electricians, and operators to learn about hydraulic systems
What you will learn:
ff Overview of hydraulics as a technical system
ff Basic physical principles of hydraulics
ff Basic design and functions of the most important components of a hydraulic system
ff Standard circuit diagrams of hydraulic systems, including
graphical symbols
ff Requirements and characteristics of hydraulic fluids
ff Principles and design of:
– Hydraulic pumps
– Hydraulic motors
– Hydraulic cylinders
– Check valves
– Directional control valves
– Pressure control valves
– Flow control valves
This Online Hydraulics Training course covers functions and characteristics
of hydraulic components in a hydraulic system. All basic principles needed
by a hydraulics expert will be covered. The training is recommended for
all those who would like to learn basic hydraulics and for those who want
to take further advanced hands on training. The training is divided into 13
modules (650 interactive dialogs in total). Every module includes multiple
opportunities to check learning progress at regular intervals.
FLEXIBLE COURSE TIMES
The course is self-directed, and
course licenses mean materials
are available for one year (12
months), 24 hours a day.
After registration the student
receives a personalized login.
Prerequisites: Computer with Internet access and email address
Price List for Web-based Courses
Part Number
License Type
For One Year
(12 month) Access
R961006626
Individual license
$ 990.00
R961006637
Up to 6 licenses
$2,934.00
R961006638
Up to 12 licenses
$4,088.00
R961006639
Up to 24 licenses
$4,598.00
Contact us for higher quantities and educational discounts
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | POH
Principles of Hydraulics – POH/HYi-101
An introduction to and comprehensive overview of hydraulic technology
Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook,
daily lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
ffPrinciples of fluid flow and pressure, work, power, actuator speed for
industrial and mobile hydraulic systems
ffPower consumed by hydraulic systems and why hydraulic systems get hot
ffHydraulic component symbols typically used in industrial and mobile systems
ffReading and interpreting basic industrial and mobile hydraulic schematics
ffFunction and use of pressure control valves
ffFunction and use of directional control valves commonly used in industrial
and mobile hydraulic systems
ffLoad control and load holding techniques
ffTypes and operation of hydraulic pumps
ffCharacteristics of modern variable displacement pumps
ffSetup of pressure regulating variable displacement pump controls
ffSetup of adjustable hydraulic components used in industrial and mobile
hydraulic systems
ff10 fundamental circuits most often used in industrial and mobile
hydraulic systems
ffHow flow controls work to control actuator speed
ffUsing a variable displacement pump to control actuator speed in mobile
hydraulic systems
ffFunction and operation of cylinders and hydraulic motors
ffFunction and use of a valve’s “X” and “Y” ports
ffIntroduction to fluid cleanliness and filtration
ffIntroduction to electro-proportional hydraulic valves
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Jan 11–15, 2016
Jan 25–29, 2016
Feb 15–19, 2016
Mar 14–18, 2016
Mar 14–18, 2016
Apr 18–22, 2016
May 2–6, 2016
Jun 6–10, 2016
Jul 11–15, 2016
Jul 18–22, 2016
Aug 8–12, 2016
Aug 22–26, 2016
Sep 12–16, 2016
Oct 10–14, 2016
Nov 7–11, 2016
Dec 12–16, 2016
U.S.A. (SC)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (TX)
U.S.A. (SC)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (TX)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
U.S.A. (PA)
Dates & Locations for HYi-101
Jan 11–15, 2016
Feb 22–26, 2016
Feb 29–Mar 4, 2016
Apr 18–22, 2016
Jun 20–24, 2016
Sep 12–16, 2016
Nov 21–25, 2016
Canada (ON)
Canada (BC)
Canada (AB)
Canada (ON)
Canada (ON)
Canada (ON)
Canada (ON)
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises
This is a 1st level hydraulics training course for anyone working with industrial or mobile hydraulic equipment. This training
course is recommended for those who are new to hydraulically powered and controlled machines and equipment and for
those who have had no prior formal training in hydraulics technology. This training course is also highly recommended for
plant engineering personnel and mobile equipment engineering personnel who are tasked with hydraulic system improvement, system modifications and system design. Principles of Hydraulics was developed with the idea that hydraulic systems
are best understood and that hydraulic system problems are more efficiently resolved by those who understand the physical
principles that apply to industrial and mobile hydraulics.
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Setup of Industrial Hydraulic Systems – SIHS
(formerly MRS)/HYi-201
Maintenance personnel learn proper methods of maintaining and troubleshooting hydraulic systems
Prerequisites: POH or prior formal industrial hydraulics technology training
required for enrollment in MRS
More than 50% lab and student work exercises
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Feb 1–5, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Jun 20–24, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Aug 15–19, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
ffLogical schematic reading and schematic interpretation
ffWhy hydraulic systems get hot and what to do about excess heat
ffHydraulic fluid cleanliness and condition standards
ffUnderstanding relief valves – disassembly, inspection, assembly, testing
ffUnderstanding pressure reducing valves – disassembly, inspection,
assembly, testing
Dates & Locations for HYi-201
Feb 1–5, 2016
Canada (ON)
Oct 17–21, 2016
Canada (BC)
Nov 14–18, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffUnderstanding directional control valves – disassembly, inspection,
assembly, testing
ffUnderstanding the various forms of hydraulic related shock and problems
it causes
ffExternal fluid leaks and how to eliminate them
ffDirectional control pilot chokes – slow shift directional control valves
ffControlling pilot pressure with pilot operated directional control valves
ffTroubleshooting exercises to develop efficient hydraulic diagnostic skills
ffUnderstanding variable displacement pumps – understanding pressure type
pump controls
ffPump replacement, commissioning and control setup
ffReview fundamental hydraulic circuits used in most hydraulic systems –
operation and setup
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises
This is a 2nd level industrial hydraulics training course developed for the maintenance technician. This training course is a
logical next-step seminar after POH for your understanding of industrial hydraulics. It is recommended for plant maintenance
personnel who have responsibility for the proper upkeep of industrial systems. Students work in the classroom and in the
lab to develop their hydraulic component and circuit understanding. This seminar will address methods for correcting some
hydraulic shock related problems and the elimination of external leakage problems.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | MHT
Mobile Hydraulic Technology – MHT
Mobile maintenance technicians and mobile hydraulic system designers will
develop their understanding of specific components and circuits used in
mobile equipment
Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math
Classroom lecture and hands-on lab exercises
Tuition: $1,795.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments)
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Jul 25–29, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
What you will learn:
ffOverview of hydraulic components and circuits used on mobile equipment
ffReview of the principles of hydraulic fluid flow, fluid pressure, power and
speed control
ffMobile hydraulic system efficiency and heat generation
ffHydraulic component schematic symbols
ffReading and interpreting mobile hydraulic schematics
ffOpen and closed loop pumping systems for transmitting fluid energy
ffUnderstanding hydraulic cylinders and hydraulic motors
ffLoad control and load holding valves and techniques – braking valves
ffPressure relief valves for system pressure control, cylinder port reliefs
and hydraulic motor cross port reliefs
ffThe application of pressure reducing valves with mobile hydraulic systems
ffMobile modular directional controls and various types of valve operators
ffLoad sensing/compensation as separate control circuits or as integrated
into mobile modular directional controls
ffFlow dividing
ffHigh pressure hydraulic hose types and sizing information – other types
of fluid conductors
ffHydraulic fluids and fluid maintenance
This training course provides fundamental and necessary information on hydraulic principles as these principles are applied
and implemented in mobile hydraulic powered and controlled machinery. While there are many similarities to industrial and
stationary hydraulic systems there are also many differences with how hydraulics is applied in mobile machinery. The hydraulic components and methods used in mobile equipment will be the specific emphasis of this training course.
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Introduction to Mobile Hydraulic Technology –
IMHT/HYm-101
An introduction to hydraulics technology with a focus towards
mobile machinery
Prerequisites: Proficiency in reading and math
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab
Tuition: $1,595.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook)
What you will learn:
ffPascal’s law and the hydrostatic principle
ffUnderstanding hydraulic/mechanical relationships
(flow/speed, pressure/force/torque)
ffEnergy balance and heat generation in hydraulics
ffUnderstanding hydraulic symbology and interpreting basic
hydraulic schematics
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Feb 15–19, 2016
U.S.A. (SC)
Apr 4–8, 2016
U.S.A. (SC)
May 16–20, 2016
U.S.A. (SC)
Sep 26–30, 2016
U.S.A. (SC)
Dates & Locations for HYm-101
Jan 25–29, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffLinear hydraulic actuators (cylinders) types and operation
Apr 4–8, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffRotary hydraulic actuators (motors) gear and piston
Oct 31–Nov 4, 2016
Canada (AB)
ffPrinciples and operation of positive displacement pumps (gear and piston)
ffHow and why we control pressure in the hydraulic system (relief valves,
reducing valves etc.)
ffPrinciples and methods of controlling flow in the hydraulic system
(throttling vs. flow control)
ffControlling the actuator direction using spool type directional valves
ffThrottling possibilities with spool type directional valves
ffLoad holding via counterbalance valves
ffUnderstanding variable displacement pumps and motors
ffUnderstanding closed circuits (hydrostatic transmissions)
ffComparison of open circuits and closed circuits
ffIntroduction to fluid cleanliness and filtration
ffProperties of hydraulic fluids (viscosity, additives etc)
ffHydraulic accessories (gauges, flow meters etc)
ffKnowledge reinforcement with hands-on lab exercises
This is a 1st level introductory course for anyone new to the area of mobile hydraulics and for those who have had no prior
formal hydraulics training. Introduction to Mobile Hydraulics was developed with the idea that hydraulic systems are best
understood and that hydraulic system problems are more efficiently resolved by those who understand the physical
principles that apply to mobile hydraulics.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | MHDCT
Mobile Hydraulic Drives and Controls
Technology – MHDCT/HYm-201
MHDCT is designed to advance the skills and knowledge in using and
applying closed circuit and open circuit mobile hydraulic drives and controls.
Prerequisites: IMHT or POH or equivalent
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, textbook)
What you will learn:
Dates & Locations
for HYm-201
Sep 26–30, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffA brief review of the hydraulic principles and formulas and
how they will apply
ffClosed circuit pump technology
– Special precautions with closed circuits
– Auxiliary circuits
– Common pump control types and operation
ffOpen circuit pump technology
– Common pump control types and operation
– Special considerations for open circuits
ffHydraulic motors for open and closed circuits
– Fixed vs. variable displacement
– Variable displacement control possibilities
– Load breaking and holding in open and closed circuits
ffOpen circuit valve types, terminology and operation
ffPilot operated, electrical and electro-proportional valve control
ffIntroduction to electro-hydraulic control with CAN-BUS
(structure and operation)
The operation of typical hydraulic components that would normally be seen in mobile hydraulic applications will be reviewed
and incorporated into the hydraulic circuits both via lecture and application. Such components include check valves, throttle
valves, pressure relief valves and reducing valves as well as typical motion control (counterbalance/brake) valves.
The material covered in the course provides all of the necessary information to properly understand the circuits and systems
used in today’s mobile hydraulic applications. Mobile systems will be investigated from the level of components, to circuits,
to applications in order to gain a solid understand from both a theoretical and operational perspective. The students will
apply the principles and information covered in the classroom to hands on lab experiments in order to gain real practical
experience in the operation of this technology.
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Setup of Mobile Hydraulic Systems – SMHS
(formerly MRSM)
Mobile hydraulic maintenance personnel learn proper methods of
maintaining and troubleshooting hydraulic systems
Prerequisites: POH or MHT or equivalent training and knowledge
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% lab exercises
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments)
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Aug 29–Sep 2, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
What you will learn:
ffReview of hydraulic principles as these principles relate to mobile
hydraulics technology
ffHydraulic cylinders – operation and troubleshooting
ffUnderstanding fixed displacement and variable displacement
hydraulic motors
ffOperation and setup of popular variable displacement hydraulic
motor controls
ffPressure relief valves for system pressure control, port relief valves for
cylinders and crossport relief valves for hydraulic motors – operation & setup
ffDirectional control valves – standard spool valves and mobile modular
directional control valves – understanding the operation and the application
of different types of spools
ffLoad sensing as separate control circuits and load compensation
incorporated into mobile type directional control valves
ffLoad control and load holding techniques – operation and setup
ffUnderstanding popular open loop pumps and closed loop pumps
ffDisplacement type pump controls – operation and setup
ffFlow dividers
ffFluid conductors – types, sizing and selection – hose and pressure
rated tube
ffFluid cleanliness and condition
ffFiltration – tank breathers and fluid filters
This is a 2nd level mobile hydraulics training course developed for the mobile maintenance technician. This training course
is a logical next-step seminar after either the POH seminar or the MHT seminar for your understanding of mobile equipment
hydraulic systems. It is recommended for mobile maintenance personnel who have responsibility for the proper upkeep of
mobile systems. Students work in the classroom and in the lab to develop their hydraulic component and circuit understanding.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | FSP
Fundamentals & Servicing of Proportional
Valves – FSP
Plant maintenance personnel of all levels learn the function & operation
of electro-proportional hydraulic valves and their interface electronic amplifiers – recommended for the mechanical trades and the electrical trades
Prerequisites: POH or prior formal industrial hydraulics technology training
required for enrollment in FSP
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab exercises
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
daily lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Mar 7–11, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Aug 1–5, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
ffUnderstand the similarities between standard (fixed voltage solenoid, spool
type) directional control valves and electro-proportional directional control
valves
ffUnderstand the principles of speed control (throttle valve principle)
ffCompare and contrast force controlled and stroke controlled solenoids as
applied to electro-proportional valves
ffThe control of actuator direction, speed, acceleration/deceleration with
proportional valves
ffIdeas of proper proportional directional control valve sizing
ffUnderstanding electro-proportional pressure control valves
ffCompare and contrast spool position feedback proportional valves verses
non-spool position feedback valves
ffStandard proportional directional control valves
ffHigh performance and servo solenoid proportional directional control valves
ffProportional flow control valves
ffElectronic interface amplifiers that are used to drive proportional valves
ffIntegrated electronics/on-board electronics valves
ffRexroth branded and Bosch branded proportional valves
ffTroubleshooting proportional valve systems and isolate problems
Electro-proportional hydraulic valves have become a main stream component in most hydraulic powered and controlled
machines and processes. These valves are an active part of the process control system. It is important that mechanical and
electrical maintenance personnel develop a thorough understanding of how these valves are applied and how they operate. For this purpose there will be ample time devoted to the disassembly, inspection and assembly of several valve types.
Students will configure the electronic interface amplifier and put the proportional valve in a hydraulic circuit to observe the
operation. Through this hands-on approach, students will develop their setup and troubleshooting skills. This 5-day training
course is also a proper starting point for plant engineering personnel prior to their attendance in our advanced PSD course.
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Pumps & Controls for Open and Closed Loop
Systems – PCO/PCC
Advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers develop
their knowledge of the most often used pumps and pump controls for open
loop and closed loop hydraulic pump systems
Prerequisites: POH and MRS
Classroom lecture, discussion, lab exercises/lab demonstrations and student
work problems
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials,
daily lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
May 16–20, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Oct 17–21, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
ffTypes and characteristics of variable displacement pumps
ffTypes and characteristics of pumps used in open loop and closed loop systems
ffPopular (often used) pump controls including electro-proportional controls
ffPump sizing to meet the flow requirements of the hydraulic system
ffCalculating drive power requirements for pump systems
ffInterpretation of pump data sheet/technical information
ffPump suction inlet conditions requirements and calculations
ffPump case drain pressure limitations
ffApplying pumps with ‘through drive’ options – bending moments and
max. torque
ffUnderstanding how adverse operating conditions limit pump life –
temperature and fluids
ffProper pump commissioning
ffUnderstanding the function, operation and setup of popular pump controls
This is a 5-day seminar for the purpose of developing student knowledge of the internal operation of popular variable
displacement pumps and the operation and setup of various pump controls. Maintenance technicians can use this information presented during this seminar to insure good hydraulic system efficiency, pump performance and longevity. Engineering
personnel develop their pump and pump control knowledge for selection and sizing purposes. Students perform pump
control setup and operation lab exercises. Approximately 2½ days will be devoted to open loop pump systems and controls
and 2 days will be devoted to closed loop pump systems and controls.
Please note: This is not pump repair/rebuilding training.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | DCH
Design Considerations for Industrial Hydraulic
Systems – DCH/HYi-202
Advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic project engineers learn to
properly select hydraulic components that will produce efficient hydraulic
circuits and hydraulic circuits that properly control the machine or process
Prerequisites: Students will gain admittance to DCH only after their
successful completion of the Bosch Rexroth POH seminar. Students must have
the ability to manipulate and transpose various hydraulic related
algebraic equations.
Classroom lecture, discussion and student work problems
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book, daily
lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
ffThe concepts of “fast” and “slow” hydraulic systems
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Sep 19–23, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Dates & Locations for HYi-202
Jun 13–17, 2016
Canada (ON)
Nov 28–Dec 2, 2016 Canada (ON)
ffThe principles of speed control (throttle valve speed control systems)
ffThe proper use of energy (power) in a hydraulic system to achieve
optimal performance
ffThe use of energy (power) in a hydraulic system to achieve optimal efficiency
ffHydraulic valve performance characteristics through proper interpretation
of valve catalog data
ffSizing of hydraulic valves through proper interpretation of valve catalog data
ffCalculation of pressure requirements – calculation of actuator and total
system flow requirements
ffCalculation of system power requirements
ffThe proper control of pressure spikes and hydraulic related shock
ffEvaluating the load and calculate the reflected mass at the hydraulic actuator
ffAnalyze the static and dynamic load requirements and convert these
calculations to pressure, flow rates and a possible hydraulic
control circuit type
ffConcepts of minimum acceptable acceleration and deceleration times
ffIntroduction to the use and calculation of natural frequency
ffConsiderations of appropriate pump systems
This 5-day training course is a must for plant personnel tasked with hydraulic system improvement or with the development
of initial design concepts for a new hydraulic application. Students receive the tools they need to properly evaluate the load
to be moved and controlled and to select appropriate hydraulic valves for this purpose. Classroom lecture and discussion will
be balanced with various system component selection and sizing problems.
Note: Students are required to bring calculators to this training course.
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Electronic Controls for Hydraulic Systems – ECH
Advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers will
develop their knowledge of the electronic control of electro-proportional
valves used in closed process loop systems
Prerequisites: Completion of DCH course
Classroom lecture, discussion, lab exercises/lab demonstrations and
student work problems
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials,
daily lunch & refreshments)
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
Mar 21–25, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
Sep 26–30, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
ffCompare and contrast open process control vs. closed process control
ffUnderstanding natural frequency for open and closed control loops
ffTypes of closed process control loops
ffUnderstand the nature of digital controller platforms
ffDevelop understanding of the Bosch Rexroth HACD digital controller
platform
ffOperation, setup and programming of the HACD controller
This is a 5-day seminar for the purpose of developing student knowledge of the internal operation and setup of the electronics
used for hydraulic closed process controls that are used to drive proportional and servo valves. Hydraulic system designers
and controls technicians can use the information presented in this training seminar to define the application requirements
and to select, setup and tune a closed loop controller.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | PHS
Press Hydraulic Systems – PHS
Maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers learn how high flow
hydraulic systems use logic cartridge valves, cartridge valve control circuits,
proportional valves, and variable displacement pumps
Prerequisites: POH, MRS, and working experience on press equipment
Classroom lecture, discussion, lab exercises/lab demonstrations and student
work problems
Tuition: $1,495.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials,
daily lunch & refreshments)
Available Dates & Locations
for this Four-Day Course
Apr 4–8, 2016
U.S.A. (PA)
What you will learn:
ffWhen and why logic cartridge valves are used in place of standard hydraulic
components
ffAdvantages of logic cartridge valves
ffUnderstand logic cartridge valve control covers and typical control circuits
for directional, pressure and flow control functions
ffIntroduction to servo logic valves and proportional flow control logic valves
ffSizing criteria for logic valves
ffUnderstand and use logic valve catalog data
ffOrifice selection for controlling opening and closing speeds of logic valves
ffLogic valve poppet spring selection
ffIntroduction to the use of variable displacement pumps
ffUnderstanding logic valve symbols for schematic reading purposes
ffHow to read and interpret press system schematics
ffSetup of logic valve circuits – troubleshooting logic valve systems
Press equipment and other high flow hydraulic systems use logic cartridge valves, cartridge valve control circuits, proportional
valves and variable displacement pumps. This Press Hydraulic Systems class increases student’s knowledge of the typical
hydraulic valves and press hydraulic circuits that are used on press equipment. This class teaches students to read and
interpret press system schematics.
Students will learn the types of pump equipment that is often used on press hydraulic power units. Students learn how logic
cartridge valves are used to control various press functions, and they also learn about prefill valve operation, decompression,
counterbalance, regenerative controls and press ram circuits.
After completion of this 4-day class, students will better understand the hydraulic controls used on press equipment and they
will be better prepared to maintain and troubleshoot the equipment at their facility.
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Piston Pumps/Motors & Controls – PPM/HYi-301
Advanced plant maintenance technicians and hydraulic system designers
develop their knowledge of popular fixed and variable displacement piston
pumps/motors and controls used in open loop, closed loop and semi-closed
loop hydraulic systems
Prerequisites: POH and MRS/DCH or equivalent knowledge
daily lunch & refreshments)
Available Dates & Locations
for this Five-Day Course
HYi-301
What you will learn:
May 30–Jun 3, 2016 Canada (ON)
Classroom lecture, discussions, laboratory exercises and lab demonstrations
Tuition: $1,895.00 (includes seminar fee, all student materials, text book,
ffTypes and characteristics of fixed and variable displacement piston pumps
and motors
ffCircuit selection criteria for open loop, closed loop or semi-closed loop
circuits
ffTypes and characteristics of open and closed loop pump controls including
both hydraulic and electronic pressure and displacement controllers.
ffSizing pumps to meet the flow requirements and pressure requirements
of the hydraulic system
ffSizing motors to meet the mechanical speed and torque requirements of
the machine
ffOpen loop pump suction, inlet and case drain condition requirements
and calculations
ffHydraulic fluid cleanliness and condition requirements for axial piston
pumps and motors
ffPump and motor commissioning, setup, control adjustment and troubleshooting
This 5-day training course develops the student’s knowledge of the internal operation of popular fixed and variable
displacement piston pumps and motors and the operation /setup of various controllers. Maintenance technicians can use
the information presented to insure pump performance and to provide good pump life. Engineering personnel develop
their knowledge of proper pump/motor control selection and sizing.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | PCT
Proportional Control Technology – PCT/HYi-302
Advanced maintenance technicians and hydraulic engineering personnel
receive a thorough overview of the function & operation of electro-proportional hydraulic valves and their interface and control electronics –
recommended for the mechanical trades and the electrical trades
Prerequisites: MRS or DCH course, or equivalent knowledge of hydraulic
principles
Approximately 50% lecture and 50% hands-on lab exercises
Tuition: $1,895.00
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for HYi-302
May 9–13, 2016
Canada (ON)
Dec 12–16, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffSimilarities and differences between on/off directional controls and
proportional directional controls
ffThe principle of speed control (throttling)
ffControlling actuator direction, speed and (de)acceleration with
proportional valves
ffProportional valves with and without position control
ffOverview of standard proportional directional controls
ffHigh performance and servo-solenoid directional controls
ffProportional pressure control valves
ffProportional flow control valves
ffElectronic interface amplifiers for driving proportional valves
ffIntegrated electronics/on-board electronics (OBE)
ffUnderstanding performance criteria and valve technical data
ffIntroduction and background to applying and sizing proportional valves
ffPrinciples of typical control requirements (positioning and speed control)
ffIntroduction to closed loop control principles
ffLearn to troubleshoot proportional valve systems and isolate problems
Electro-proportional hydraulic valves have become evermore present in most hydraulic powered and controlled machines and
processes. This course offering will bridge the gap between conventional valve technologies and so called continuous control valves through understanding the operation of the valve and control. For this purpose there will be ample time devoted
to the actual interconnection and operation of valves and their associated control electronics. Students will configure the
electronic interface and place the valve in a circuit to observe the operation. Through this hands-on approach, students will
develop their setup and troubleshooting skills. This 5-day training course is also a proper starting point for plant engineering
personnel prior to our advanced PCD course.
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Proportional Circuit Design – PCD/HYi-303
Engineering personnel, hydraulic project engineers and advanced technicians
who are responsible for the implementation, design and commissioning of
proportional valve circuitry will develop the design concepts they need for
the proper application of components to achieve good control
Prerequisites: DCH course or equivalent – ability to manipulate algebraic
equations
Classroom lecture, discussions and laboratory exercises used to reinforce
design concepts
Tuition: $1,295.00
What you will learn:
Available Dates & Locations
for this 3-Day Course
HYi-303
Oct 12–14, 2016
Canada (ON)
ffProportional valve selection & sizing criteria
ffSelecting the appropriate valve and spool size/ratio for the application
ffValve frequency of response and valve stepped response applied
ffProportional valve circuit design concepts
ffProper control of pressure, speed, acceleration/deceleration and limiting
hydraulic related shock
ffControlling overrunning loads
ffUnderstanding the nature of a spring mass system
ffIntroduction to the closed process loop
This 3-day training course develops design concepts with the proper application of proportional and high response servosolenoid valves. Engineering personnel learn to properly select and size a valve. This is an appropriate next-step training
course after completion of our DCH course.
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North American Hydraulic Training Courses | Training Services Terms and Conditions
Training Services Terms and Conditions
(v. 03.2014)
This Training Services Terms and Conditions (“TSTC”) sets forth the
terms and conditions upon which Bosch Rexroth Corporation (“Bosch
Rexroth” or “Seller“) and/or its designated instructors will provide
training classes (“Training”) using Bosch Rexroth authorized course
materials (“Bosch Rexroth Authorized Course Materials”) at specified
Bosch Rexroth locations and times agreed with customer (“Customer”
or “Buyer”).
If a cancellation or rescheduling request is received less than 10 working days before the event, or in the case of absence without any notice,
the stipulated training fee will be fully charged without further notification. The customer has the right to send another participant as a
substitute, provided that any applicable prerequisites have been completed. This change in booking is free of charge. There are no refunds
for partial use of services or partial attendance.
1. Contract Formation. This TSTC is binding upon Buyer and Seller and
is enforceable in accordance with its terms. The terms and conditions
contained in this TSTC apply to any Purchase Order placed by Buyer
with Seller with respect to Training.
Unless otherwise stated in these Terms, there are no refunds for training courses.
2. Other Terms. Any terms contained in Buyer’s offer to buy, request for
quotation, Purchase Order or any other form or communication received
from Buyer which are in addition to or different from the terms and
conditions contained in this TSTC are expressly objected to and shall be
deemed rejected by Seller, unless expressly accepted in writing by
Seller. In the event that the printed terms of Seller’s order acknowledgment are in conflict with the terms of this TSTC, the terms of this TSTC
shall control. In the event that the terms of Seller’s Quotation add to or
conflict with the terms of this TSTC, the terms of Seller’s Quotation
shall control.
3. Course Fees and Payment Options. Customer agrees to pay for
Training according to Bosch Rexroth’s published prices current as of the
date of Bosch Rexroth’s acceptance of Training request, unless otherwise agreed. All payments, whether by credit card or other form acceptable by Bosch Rexroth must be received at least seven (7) days prior to
the commencement of Training. For reservations made within seven (7)
days of Training, payment must be received prior to the commencement
of Training. At Bosch Rexroth’s sole discretion (which can be changed
at any time for any reason or no reason at all), Customer may qualify for
Bosch Rexroth’s credit terms, in which case payment will be due thirty
(30) days from date of Bosch Rexroth’s invoice. Any overdue amounts
shall be subject to a finance charge at the rate of 1.5% per month (or
any part of a month) commencing on the date such amount becomes
overdue, or the highest rate permitted by applicable law, whichever is
lower. All applicable local sales or use taxes, duties and other imposts,
if any, due on account of purchases hereunder shall be paid by Customer. All requests are subject to Bosch Rexroth’s acceptance. Training
shall commence on the dates specified by Bosch Rexroth in its acceptance.
4. Confirmation. For public courses, Bosch Rexroth will send a confirmation email, fax or letter to the participant and/or participant’s company training contact once the completed registration and a valid form
of payment have been received. Registrations for which a valid form of
payment has not been received at least 3 days prior to the start of the
course will not be confirmed and Bosch Rexroth reserves the right to
release any unconfirmed seats, at any time, without notice.
5. Cancellation or Rescheduling Request by the Customer. For public
courses, cancellations and rescheduling notifications must be made in
writing at least 10 working days prior to the start of the course date.
When requesting a rescheduled registration, the customer shall
endeavor to reschedule the course for a mutually acceptable date no
later than 12 weeks from the original requested start date of the
course(s).
6. Cancellation or Rescheduling By Bosch Rexroth. For public courses,
Bosch Rexroth may cancel or reschedule a training course if the number
of participants is less than that specified for the relevant event, or if an
instructor is incapacitated through illness, or for other reasons of a
serious nature. If a participant is unable to attend as a result, any
payment already made will be applied to the customer’s account, or
refunded upon Customer request. All further claims are excluded. For
on-site or classroom trainings, Bosch Rexroth shall not be liable for
non-refundable travel arrangements if a course is cancelled or rescheduled.
7. Responsibility of Customer.
7.1. Prerequisite requirements. Bosch Rexroth reserves the right to
refuse or limit any services for Training if a Customer fails to satisfy the
requirements for a Training course as published or provided to Customer by Bosch Rexroth prior to the start of such course. In such cases
no refund or cancellation fee will be paid.
7.2. Good conduct. Bosch Rexroth reserves the right to refuse, limit or
cancel any Training if a Customer in the opinion of Bosch Rexroth has
displayed unreasonable behavior or is deemed to be violent, abusive or
disruptive. In such cases no refund or cancellation fee will be paid.
7.3. Dress code. Although there is no dress code, most participants
choose to wear comfortable clothing while aware of the risks of working
with hydraulic equipment and the corresponding possibility of fluid
spills. Closed toe shoes are mandatory. Bosch Rexroth shall not be
liable for any damages to footware or clothing. However, for Bethlehem
public courses, laboratory coats, safety glasses, and latex gloves will be
available for use in-class at no extra charge. Smoking is allowed in
designated areas only.
8. Course Content. Bosch Rexroth reserves the right to amend the
content of any course without notice to the participants where, at the
sole discretion of Bosch Rexroth, such amendment is deemed not to
fundamentally change the content of such course. Certificates will only
be awarded upon successful participation and completion.
All course content including: instructor presentations, supplemental
materials and participant materials are available only in the English
language, unless otherwise agreed upon in advance.
9. Ownership of Materials. Ownership of all copyright and other
intellectual property rights in the Bosch Rexroth Authorized Course
Material, including any documentation, data, technical information and
know-how provided to Customer as part of the Training remains vested
in the owner of the Course Materials. All such information shall be held
TSTC | North American Hydraulic Training Courses 23
in confidence and may not be disclosed or copied to third parties,
without the express written permission of Bosch Rexroth.
10. Warranty. Bosch Rexroth warrants that its personnel and/or designated instructors are suitably qualified and experienced to perform
Training. Except as expressly represented otherwise, and to the extent
not prohibited by law, all Training, including any documentation, publications, and other information provided by or on behalf of Bosch
Rexroth or its suppliers to Customer is furnished on an “AS-IS” basis,
without warranty of any kind, whether express, implied, statutory or
otherwise especially as to quality, reliability, timeliness, usefulness,
sufficiency and accuracy. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF CONDITION,
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE
DISCLAIMED BY BOSCH REXROTH AND ITS SUPPLIERS. NO ORAL
OR WRITTEN INFORMATION PROVIDED BY BOSCH REXROTH SHALL
CREATE A WARRANTY UNLESS INCORPORATED INTO THESE TERMS.
11. Limitation of Liability. TO THE EXTENT NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW,
BOSCH REXROTH AND ITS DESIGNATED SUBCONTRACTORS,
AGENTS AND INSTRUCTORS WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR OTHER INDIRECT DAMAGES,
SUCH AS LOST PROFITS, ARISING FROM THESE TERMS EVEN IF
BOSCH REXROTH HAS KNOWLEDGE OF THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH
DAMAGES. IN THE EVENT THAT BOSCH REXROTH SHALL FAIL TO
PROVIDE TRAINING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THESE TERMS. BOSCH
REXROTH’S ENTIRE LIABILITY AND CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR BREACH OF THESE TERMS SHALL BE FOR BOSCH
REXROTH TO USE ITS REASONABLE EFFORTS TO REPERFORM THE
TRAINING WITHIN A REASONABLE PERIOD OF TIME; PROVIDED,
THAT IN THE EVENT BOSCH REXROTH IS UNABLE TO REPERFORM,
BOSCH REXROTH MAY ELECT TO REFUND ALL PAYMENTS ACTUALLY
RECEIVED BY BOSCH REXROTH FROM CUSTOMER FOR THE TRAINING IN QUESTION, IN FULL SATISFACTION OF BOSCH REXROTH’S
OBLIGATIONS. SUCH REFUND SHALL CONSTITUTE BOSCH
REXROTH’S ENTIRE LIABILITY AND CUSTOMER’S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR SUCH BREACH. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AGGREGATE
LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES OF BOSCH REXROTH, ITS AGENTS, SUBCONTRACTORS AND/OR INSTRUCTORS, ARISING FROM THESE
TERMS WHETHER BY CONTRACT OR TORT EXCEED THE AMOUNTS
CUSTOMER ACTUALLY PAID BOSCH REXROTH. THE LIMITATIONS IN
THIS SECTION SHALL NOT APPLY TO PERSONAL INJURY AND DEATH
AT THE TRAINING LOCATION. IN NO EVENT SHALL BOSCH REXROTH
BE LIABLE FOR ANYONE ACTING AS A RESULT OF INFORMATION OR
VIEWS OBTAINED IN OR AS A RESULT OF BOSCH REXROTH TRAINING. ANY AND ALL CLAIMS MUST BE FILED WITHIN THIRTY (30)
CALENDAR DAYS FROM TRAINING OR WILL FOREVER BE BARRED.
12. Force Majeure. Bosch Rexroth shall not be liable for any delay or
failure to meet its obligations under these Terms due to circumstances
beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to war, riot,
insurrection, civil commotion, labor strikes or lockouts, shortages,
factory or other labor conditions, fire, flood, sink hole, earthquake,
storm or electrical power outage.
13. Assignment and Subcontracting. This TSTC may not be assigned or
transferred by the Customer and any attempt to do so will be null and
void. Bosch Rexroth is permitted to assign its rights under this TSTC
and/or use subcontractors to perform Training. The relationship of
Bosch Rexroth and the customer shall be that of independent contractors.
14. Indemnity. Customer shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend
Seller, including its agents, employees, subcontractors and/ instructors
from and against all claims, damages, losses, and expenses (including
attorneys’ fees) arising out of or resulting from the Customer or Customer’s representative’s activities on the premises of Seller or Seller’s
subcontractors – or upon the Premises of Customer or at Customer’s
designated training location -- provided that any such claim, damage,
loss, or expense (a) arises out of bodily injury, sickness, disease, or
death, or property damage, and (b) is caused by the negligent act or
omission of the Customer, or its employees, agents, customers or
contractors, and (c) is not caused by any intentional or grossly negligent act or omission of Seller, or its employees, agents or subcontractors. In any and all claims against any indemnified party by any
employee of the Customer or any one acting on behalf of the Customer,
or by any person directly or indirectly employed by the Customer, the
indemnification obligation under this clause shall not be limited by any
limitation on the amount or type of damages, compensation, or benefits
payable by or for the Customer or anyone acting on behalf of the
Customer under worker’s compensation acts, disability benefit acts, or
other employee benefit acts.
15. Insurance. Unless otherwise mutually agreed to, Customer shall
carry and maintain during Seller’s performance of training services,
insurance with coverage and minimum limits as reasonably specified by
Seller, but at the minimum:
(a) Worker’s compensation insurance in accordance with statutory
requirements and employer’s liability insurance in accordance with
statutory requirements.
(b) Commercial general liability insurance covering bodily injury and
property damage, including products and completed operations coverage with a minimum of $2,000,000 per occurrence and in the aggregate.
(c) Automobile liability insurance covering bodily injury and property
damage including coverage for owned, hired, and non-owned automobiles with a minimum of $2,000,000 combined single limit. Customer
shall furnish Seller certificates showing that such insurance is in full
force and effect prior to participating in any activities on Seller’s premises. Commercial general liability insurance shall be endorsed to provide contractual liability.
16. Governing Law/Jurisdiction. This TSTC shall be governed and
construed according to the internal laws of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania without giving effect to its conflict of law rules that would
act to apply the laws of another jurisdiction. The United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (C.I.S.G.) shall
not apply. The parties agree that all actions and proceedings in connection herewith shall be brought only in the state, federal or local courts
within Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, or such other locale as Seller may
select; and the parties hereby agree to submit to the jurisdiction of
such courts for purposes of such actions. The prevailing party in any
litigation to enforce any provision of this TSTC or to collect amounts
owing under this TSTC or damages shall be entitled to recover their
actual attorney’s fees, costs and expenses incurred, without regard to
any court schedule of fees that may exist. DUE TO THE SPECIALIZED
NATURE OF SELLER’S EQUIPMENT, EACH PARTY HEREBY WAIVES
ITS RIGHT TO A TRIAL BY JURY.
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North American Hydraulic Technical Training Courses | TSTC and On-Site Addendum
17. Severability. If any covenant, term or condition hereof or the
application thereof to any circumstance or person shall, to any extent,
be held invalid or unenforceable by any court of competent jurisdiction,
the remaining valid and enforceable covenants, terms and conditions
hereof and the application of such invalid or unenforceable covenant,
term or condition to circumstances or persons other than those as to
which it has been held invalid or unenforceable shall not be affected
thereby and each remaining valid and enforceable covenant, term and
condition shall be valid and enforceable to the fullest extent permitted
by law.
18. Entire Agreement. This TSTC constitutes the entire, complete and
exclusive statement of the agreement between the parties pertaining to
the subject matter hereof, and supersedes and cancels all prior oral and
written agreements between the parties with respect to this subject
matter. No modification to these TSTC will be binding unless it is in
writing and signed by an authorized representative of each party. Any
provisions of this agreement that, in order to fulfill the purposes of such
provisions, need to survive the termination or expiration of this agreement, shall be deemed to survive for as long as necessary to fulfill such
purposes.
On-Site Addendum
(v. 04.2014 Replaces: v. 03.2014)
This On-Site Addendum (“the Addendum”) to Training Services Terms
and Conditions (the “TSTC”) amends the TSTC between Buyer and
Seller sometimes referred to hereinafter individually as a “Party” or
collectively as the “Parties.”
1. The TSTC remains in full force and effect as amended by the terms of
this Addendum. To the extent any terms of this Addendum are inconsistent with terms of the TSTC, the terms of this Addendum supersedes
and controls over any inconsistent terms of the TSTC. Capitalized terms
used in this Addendum that are defined in the TSTC shall have the same
meaning in this On-Site Addendum as those terms are defined in the
TSTC.
2. This Addendum applies to all Services and Items provided by Seller,
and to all work performed by Seller for Buyer pursuant to this Addendum, at any location or site mutually agreed upon by the Parties.
3. Specific training dates will be negotiated between the Bosch Rexroth
Training Department and Customer. Specific dates will be established
dependent upon the availability of your Customer’s employees and the
availability of a qualified Bosch Rexroth instructor. Dates for this training seminar will be guaranteed by Bosch Rexroth’s Training Department
at the time Bosch Rexroth (or its authorized distributor) receives
Customer’s purchase order and the Customer Approval Sheet (back
page – this proposal) for this training seminar. Customer will agree to
pay a cancellation fee to the Bosch Rexroth Training Department in the
amount of the preparation cost (listed in the cost quotation) if Customer cancels the scheduled training within thirty (30) days of the
commencement date of the training seminar. Customer agrees to pay
for all instructor days and the instructor preparation fee (listed in the
cost quotation) if Customer cancels the scheduled training within ten
(10) days of the commencement date of the training seminar. Bosch
Rexroth may cancel or reschedule the training seminar because of an
illness, injury or family emergency of the instructor who is scheduled to
provide the training.
4. Customer is herein notified that no other person or department
within or outside the Bosch Rexroth has the authority to schedule
training seminars or to set seminar dates other than the Bosch Rexroth
Training Department.
5. The price of On-Site and/or customized training shall be negotiated
prior to the offering. For training at Customer’s requested location, all
travel, accommodation and living expenses for the instructor(s) must be
paid for by Customer in addition to daily course cost, unless specifically
agreed differently by Customer and Bosch Rexroth. 6. Quotes for
On-Site training delivery as issued by Bosch Rexroth shall be valid for
one (1) month, unless specifically agreed differently by the customer
and Bosch Rexroth. The validity period applies to the price offered in
the quote. A quote does not guarantee that Bosch Rexroth will have the
necessary resources available to deliver the specified training at the
requested time. Lead time is approximately six (6) weeks.
7. In case of cancellation, notification must be received in writing.
Bosch Rexroth charges a fifty percent (50%) cancellation fee for classes
cancelled ten (10) or more business days prior to the start date of the
course. Cancellations with less than ten (10) business days notice are
one hundred percent (100%) non-refundable. In addition, any chargeable work already undertaken by Bosch Rexroth will also be charged to
the customer. Any non-refundable expenses already incurred by Bosch
Rexroth will be charged at cost to the customer. 8. In order to successfully deliver the onsite training, it is important that roles and expectations are clear to both Customer and Bosch Rexroth staff. These expectations are outlined below. Where appropriate, a single individual may
fill several of the roles listed below. Bosch Rexroth reserves the right to
use subcontractors in those roles it deems appropriate.
9. Customer is expected to provide prior to the commencement of the
class:
ff Someone readily available (Project Sponsor or Project Manager) to
Bosch Rexroth who is familiar with the project, this proposal, and
Bosch’s agreement with the customer, in order to resolve issues and
facilitate communication expeditiously.
10. Training Room Requirements:
ff Customer will provide a large (4 ft x 6 ft minimum) dry erase marker
board (white board) to display computer generated images directly
on the white board. This white board is the type for use with dry
erase type markers.
ff Instructor’s workspace should be in front of the classroom.
ff Adequate power outlets & extension cords for all computers, monitors, and peripheral devices.
ff A projector, and projection screen for the instructor’s use, with
video output connection.
ff Training room must be set up before the start of the class and ready
for instruction prior to beginning of class.
ff Additional set up fee is charged at $250.00 per hour to customer if
the adequate setup has not been done prior to class commencement date and time.
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11. At its option, Bosch Rexroth may provide the use of hydraulic
components, cutaways, proportional electronic training equipment,
certain proportional and servo electronic circuit boards (“training
aids”) at no cost to Customer during the seminar. The possible use of
these components will be recommended by Bosch Rexroth when, in its
judgment, the training aids can substantially increase the student’s
understanding of the topical material. Customer’s responsibilities for
the training aids is to pay for the round trip packing, insurance, and
shipping costs for the training aids and to repack and ship the training
aids back to Bosch Rexroth as soon as the seminar has been completed.
It is Customer’s responsibility that all training aids are returned to
Bosch Rexroth in the same condition as the training aids were received
by Customer. Damaged or missing training aids will result in an additional charge to Customer of either the cost of repair or replacement,
whichever is appropriate in Bosch’s sole judgment.
12. Audio and/or videotaping of the training seminar is prohibited
unless Customer has been provided a written exception by the Bosch
Rexroth Training Department prior to Customer’s issuance of a purchase order for training.
13. Prior to the training event, any requested changes to Bosch
Rexroth’s training proposal will result in a “Training Proposal Addendum”. All changes or modifications to this proposal must be made prior
to Customer’s issuance of a purchase order. The purchase order from
your company to the Bosch Rexroth (or its authorized distributor) will
include all costs associated with Bosch Rexroth’s training proposal plus
any costs associated with any addendum. The Bosch Rexroth training
proposal plus any possible addendum represent the complete training
proposal. The assigned Bosch Rexroth instructor has the contractual
obligation to present all topical material as detailed in the Bosch Rexroth
training proposal except, when, by consensus of the students, their
supervisor and the Bosch Rexroth instructor, it is agreed that certain
topic/s be added or deleted from the training agenda. The Bosch
Rexroth instructor does not have any obligation to present technical
information that has not been previously agreed to for which he did not
prepare. At his option he may address questions concerning additional
technical topics for which he believes he is qualified, prepared and has
sufficient time within the duration of the seminar to answer.
14. It is Customer’s responsibility to provide a suitable training site for
the training seminar. This site may be on or off of Customer’s property
depending upon space and facility requirements. Bosch Rexroth
believes that the environment of the training site can contribute greatly
to the success of the training seminar.
15. If any classroom, classroom equipment, hardware or software
provided by the customer for use by Bosch Rexroth in the delivery of
training to the customer is not provided as agreed, Bosch Rexroth will
not be responsible for any associated inconvenience or disruption
caused to the training delivery and reserves the right to invoice for the
training delivery in full.
Bosch Rexroth Corporation
Hydraulics
2315 City Line Road
Bethlehem, PA 18017-2131
Telephone (610) 694-8300
Facsimile (610) 694-8467
www.boschrexroth-us.com
RA00370
Edition: 11.2015
Replaces RA00370, Edition: 12.2014
© Bosch Rexroth Corporation 2015
Bosch Rexroth Canada
3426 Mainway Drive
Burlington, Ontario
L7M 1J5
Telephone (905) 335-5511
Facsimile (905) 335-4184
www.boschrexroth.ca
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