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TR201

Medium Diameter

Troubleshooting and Rebuild


For the occasions when fusion machines need repairs or simply routine maintenance, knowing how to correctly troubleshoot and overhaul them means less downtime. Covering machines from the Rolling 28 to the TracStar® 500, students in the Medium Diameter Troubleshooting and Rebuild session learn helpful techniques to quickly identify potential problems, competently make repairs and rebuild equipment when necessary, as well as acquire the skills to properly maintain McElroy fusion machines in real-world situations.

Session Length

2 ½ Days

Included With Class

Lunch Provided

Tuition

$1,100

Topics Covered

  • Equipment Evaluation
  • Heater Repair
  • Facer Repair
  • Carriage Repair
  • Rebuild Techniques
  • Troubleshooting Techniques
  • Preventative Maintenance
  • Parts Identification

Equipment Covered

Agenda

  • Parts Finder and Assembly Drawings
  • Heater Repair
  • 28 and 250 Fusion Machines
  • 412 and 618 Fusion Machines
  • Hands-On Training
  • Testing
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