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Career Area: Manufacturing
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Program Number: TC-462-1
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Wisconsin Technical College Fluid Power Maintenance Programs

Hydraulic and Pneumatic devices do the heavy lifting and movement of automation and industrial work. Understanding the principles of these technologies are essential to maintenance. Students advance from basics to advanced devices in these technologies. Applying learning, developing communication skills, and team skills. Topics of pressure, flow, horsepower, speed, directional control valves, sequence and pressure relief as well as pilot operated checks, accumulators, and common applications. Identifying failures, fittings, and correct parts and applying theory in industrial settings.


Fluid Power Maintenance Pathway Certificate Program Transfers Offered completely online Shared Certificate
CVTC Fluid Power Maintenance at CVTC