This table does not include the optional tool packages, consumable components, and other optional equipment.
Mechanical Training System shown with optional equipment
The Mechanical Training Systems cover the installation, use, maintenance, and troubleshooting of mechanical drive components. The systems are divided into five levels, and each level is further divided into specific topics which deal with the components encountered in the industry. The learning is based on practical, hands-on tasks.
Engineered for ease of use, the systems come with a universal steel base unit on which the students prepare the setups using T-slotted extrusion bars. This innovative design allows the base to be configured as required by the task. The universal base includes a disconnecting switch, current meter, the controls required to operate the motors and the electromagnetic clutch-brake unit. It also includes a Start/Stop push-button station for local or remote operation. The universal base can be installed on a regular table as well as on other optional benches.
Features & Benefits
Modular system to fit different training needs and budgets
Heavy-duty equipment with industrial components
Fully illustrated job sheets direct students to complete tasks safely and efficiently
Lockout/tagout on the disconnecting switch and safety panels ensure student safety
Working space can be increased by adding a slave base unit
Universal base unit can be mounted on a regular table as well as optional benches
Quality industrial components are mounted on panels for storage and inventory control
Cost-effective solution with comprehensive curriculum
Provides hands-on, safe mechanical training
Introduction to Mechanical Drive Systems
Belt, Chains, and Gear Drives
Couplings and Shaft Alignment
Bearings and Linear Bearings
Gaskets, Seals, Ball Screws, Clutches, and Brakes
Laser Alignment, Lubrication, and Vibration Analysis