May 17, 2016
The first two days of training are held in the classroom and cover safety, operations, maintenance, and basic hydraulics. The third day of training provides hands-on experience where attendees train with the SBI Parts and Service, Quality Control, and Customer Service departments working directly with equipment to learn about its use, maintenance, and using it safely. Some of the topics discussed include hydraulics, poppet valves, power packs, schematic reading, troubleshooting, screw feeders, sludge pumps, preventative maintenance, and much more.
Schwing Bioset typically offers two KSP Pump Service Seminars per year. The next training will take place in the fall of 2016. Training fills up fast, so please consider registering ahead of time if you are interested in attending.
Our Service Department is also available to come to your location and train at your facilities. If that is something you’re interested in, we would be happy to provide you with a quote. Please contact Paul Katka, the SBI Service Manager, at (715) 350-6913, if you would like more information for this option.
Some feedback we received from the seminar attendees include:
“Very accomidating to everyone’s needs and opinions. All Schwing Bioset employees I met at both the seminar and plant were more than decent. Keep doing what you do, wouldn’t change a thing.”
“Everything was very professional and well rounded.”
“I liked this program. I had a good chance to understand the hydraulic system and troubleshooting. The hands on portion in the shop was also impressive. It was a very good experience!”
“The seminar was very informational. The hands on portion was very good. I learned a lot and learned how to troubleshoot on the powerpack and pump. Very successful class.”
“Very satisfied with the training, the people involved and the material. Thanks for all the care and the exceptional training.”
Schwing Bioset, Inc. (SBI) held its Spring KSP Pump Service Seminar from May 10 to May 12. The seminar was once again led by Schwing Bioset’s Quality Control Specialist, Jack Koehler. The seminar and training is designed for Schwing Bioset customers to learn how to properly use and maintain their equipment, to help ensure they get the most out of it. This spring, there were nine customer attendees and six of Schwing Bioset’s employees who attended. The course builds 24 hours toward quality training and education for the attendee.