Hydraulics: What the Engineer Needs to Know and How to Avoid the Pitfalls

Posted on: September 7th, 2016 by CaTs 3 No Comments

15 September 2016, Star Hydraulics, Tewkesbury

This one day event is organised by the Engineers Integrity Society. It is designed to assist engineers in understanding the individual components utilised in the design and manufacture of conventional dynamic hydraulic systems.


Technical presentations by experienced engineers will help explain:-

  • – How to understand the application, function and performance of elements incorporated into dynamic hydraulic systems
  • – How these elements operate, why they are required and their effect on overall system performance
  • – Why hydraulic fluid temperature and cleanliness is vitally important in providing optimum system performance and protecting the longevity of hydraulic systems


There will also be practical equipment demonstrations of hydraulic system elements, outlining the effects of location, size and operation and an opportunity for attendees to operate and interact with complete systems.


For the full brochure please click here.


More about The Engineering Integrity Society

engineering-integrity-society hydraulics eventThe Engineering Integrity Society is a long established charitable society  focusing on the areas of fatigue testing and durability. The Society offers a unique forum for the interchange of ideas and information on structural integrity, sound & vibration product perception and test & simulation and data measurement for practising engineers and engineering researchers.


The EIS organises seminars, exhibitions and training programmes, which are valued for their informal yet informed character. The Society also holds an annual Instrumentation, Test and Measurement exhibition, including  forums on topics of current interest to engineers.  The society aims to help companies to get the best from their investment in testing, design and people. For more information visit www.e-i-s.org.uk