Intelitek’s Pneumatic Technology curriculum introduces students to the principles of pneumatics and pneumatically controlled systems commonly used in automated manufacturing environments.
Using Pneumatic simulation software, trainees create, modify, operate and observe simulated industrial grade pneumatic and electro-pneumatic devices and circuits. Students will connect different components, change physical parameters and observe system responses.
Pneumatics Technology 1: Fundamentals of Pneumatics
Pneumatics 1 enables students to design basic pneumatic circuits. Applied science experiments are used to demonstrate the physical principles of fluid power.
Pneumatics Technology 2: Advanced Pneumatics
Pneumatics 2 covers a range of advanced pneumatics topics, including timing diagrams and the logic functions AND and OR
Pneumatics Technology 3: Fundamentals of Electro-Pneumatics
Pneumatics 3 enables students to mount and configure components on the panel in order to create a variety of applications. Students connect different components, change physical parameters and observe system responses. The combination of software and industrial equipment allows students to test and troubleshoot simulated circuits before hardware connections are made
Pneumatics Technology 4: Advanced Pneumatics & Electro-Pneumatics
Pneumatics 4 enables students to grasp the fundamentals of advanced pneumatic and electro-pneumatic controlled systems commonly used in modern automated manufacturing environments. Virtual hands-on activities challenge students to design and build pneumatic and electro-pneumatic circuits with simulation software and pneumatic/electropneumatic components.
PneuMotion software is a computer-aided design tool that teaches students how to design and operate pneumatic and electro-pneumatic circuits. PneuMotion enables the study of pneumatics principles and technology. The software’s HMI animation provides an accurate working simulation of pneumatic devices and circuits.
Users can change the default parameters of the pneumatic components, such as piston extension and retraction, speed and timer set point. Software algorithms adjust the system’s response to present a realistic pneumatic system response.