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Hydraulics Part I "Endorsements"
Fundamentals of Hydraulics and Troubleshooting Part I
"... is very in-depth and an ideal training aid that covers the broad scope of hydraulics..." Ernie Ramos, Equipment Training Council
"... provides an excellent introduction to basic hydraulics and safety. It is worthwhile viewing for those who maintain and repair mobile machinery..." Greg P. Gordon, P.E. Fluid Power Instructor - Ohio State University
"... is dynamite. We integrated it into our hydraulics training program and are sending it out to all our dealers for training..." Tom Kane, Kubota Tractor Corporation
"... provides a gigantic leap forward in instruction for technicians preparing to take our hydraulics/hydrostatics certification test..." John Kane, Engine Service Association (Outdoor Power Equipment Certification)
"... is a good example of industry coming together to accomplish the common goal of having trained technicians to support product maintenance and service..." Ralph Sylvester, Jacobsen Textron
"... is a very good tool to help understand the basic principles of troubleshooting and fluid power in open centered systems..." Tom Kopel, Hydro-Gear
"... is an excellent introduction to hydraulics with a good foundation of the principles of fluid dynamics..." Dr. Jim Bermann, PhD, Agricultural Engineering, Cal Poly State University, California
"...provides students an excellent visual intorduction into basic hydraulic systems and some of the problems tha can develop... Yancey N. Juergenson, Modesto Jr. College, Modesto, California