|Schwing||11-06-2015||comment profile send pm notify|
Schwing America has announced new dates for 2016 serivce schools
Come to a Schwing Service Seminar to gain a deeper understanding of maintenance, troubleshooting, and safety. We start with classroom basics and move all the way through hands-on troubleshooting. Get the most out of your equipment today by attending a Schwing Service Seminar.
Week of February 22nd
Week of March 7th
Week of April 18th
Week of May 9th (in Spanish)
Week of February 29th
Week of March 14th
Week of April 25th
Week of May 16th (in Spanish)
|Sayed Esawy||11-13-2015||reply profile send pm notify|
Any details about Schwing service school !!!!
how can i register ? how much ? how many days for intermediate and for advanced programs ?
|Schwing||11-16-2015||reply profile send pm notify|
You can register by going to schwing.com/service or just click this link
Prices are also listed on the website and depend on whether you are doing a Intermediate, Advanced or Stationary Pump School.
Seminar fees include lunch and transportation between Schwing and the hotel, transportation from the airport and the hotel is not included. Attendees will also receive the Service Manual on CD-ROM along with a printed copy of the Training Manual. Airfare, hotel and evening meals are not included.
The Intermediate and Advanced Programs are both 4 days, and held at our factory in White Bear, Minnesota.
|Sayed Esawy||11-29-2015||reply profile send pm notify|
Could you please tell me the difference between the training in Schwing in Herne " Germany " and the training in " Schwing Usa " ??
and any more details about the contents of the two levels ?
|Schwing||11-30-2015||reply profile send pm notify|
There are a number of differences. For more information on Service Seminars held in Herne, Germany please click here.
They offer 6 differenct programs that are either 3 or 2 days long
|Sayed Esawy||01-08-2016||reply profile send pm notify|
Thank you for replying to my questions
but could you please tell me which training is better for me ? in Herne or in Minnesota !!
I'm mechanical maintenance engineer and i want to increase my knowledge of schwing truck mounted concrete pumps , truck mixer pumps and stationary pumps , everything about hydraulic mechanical and electrical troubleshooting , including practical training , also vector control unit .
So , whicn is better for me ? what's your advice ?
|Schwing||01-08-2016||reply profile send pm notify|
Both are great options you might want to go to whichever location you are closer to.
The Truck mixer pumps are more common in Europe than that United States. If you want touch a feel a truck mixer pump your chances are higher in Herne. Otherwise the maintenance procedures, hydraulic, electric, and mechanical troublshooting, and vector control training are all included.