IFPE 2017 will be filled with educational opportunities. These education events provide crucial information on new fluid power, power transmission and motion control technologies to engineers and others involved in the design and manufacturing process.
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March 6-7, 2017, Las Vegas Convention Center
IFPE’s college-level courses offer hands-on technical knowledge on the effective use of hydraulics in mobile equipment. These half-day courses will benefit practicing engineers and others involved in the design and manufacturing processes.
Energy Efficient Hydraulics and Pneumatics Conference (EEHPC)
March 8-10, 2017, Las Vegas Convention Center
Fluid power (hydraulics and pneumatics) is used in dozens of industries and hundreds of applications to precisely control the movement of machinery and material. Yet many engineers and technicians working in those industries do not fully understand the design concepts critical to developing efficient fluid power systems and the diagnostic and maintenance techniques essential to keeping those systems operating at peak efficiency. These concepts and techniques can result in significant energy savings for companies that use hydraulics or pneumatics, as well as the customers they serve, making fluid power a more competitive technology choice.
To help companies take advantage of these opportunities, three leading fluid power organizations—the International Fluid Power Society, the FPDA Motion and Control Network, and the National Fluid Power Association—will be hosting an educational conference at IFPE 2017. Professionals responsible for designing and/or maintaining hydraulic and pneumatic systems in mobile applications or industrial settings should plan to attend.
Education Program Pricing
For each of the college courses
Full Session Pass - $375
Includes any session from Wednesday through Friday within the Energy Efficient Hydraulics and Pneumatics Conference.
Session Day Pass - $175
Includes any sessions on selected day (Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday) within the Energy Efficient Hydraulics and Pneumatics Conference.