Onsite Training

Our training is conducted by not experienced teachers.

techanical training

You’ve invested in high-quality hardware and software, but don’t neglect your wetware! Employee education enhances your assets. We can work with your crew either exclusively “hands-on” directly on the machine, or a combination of classroom and hands-on. We would bring a touchscreen simulation to the classroom to make it feel as real as possible. We would also provide a hard copy manual and a final exam to make sure we can help identify that your team getting something out of the training.

T-TEK Material Handling, LLC
Here are the we cover during the training session
Palletizer
  • Detailed safety component and troubleshooting instruction.
    • Safety Lockout/Tagout
      • Power disconnect
      • Air disconnect
      • Safe torque off and safety contactor
      • Local motor disconnects
    • Safety Components
      • E-Stop buttons
      • Accumulator light screen, apron cover. accumulator access gate, hoist access windows, case infeed tunnel, trapped key and reset
      • Hoist access doors, hoist lockout pins and, reset
      • Outfeed light screen, access gate, bypass keyswitch and reset
      • Empty pallet light screen, bypass keyswitch and reset
  • Understanding of the Terminology used inside the documents like; Electrical, Pneumatic and Mechanical drawings.
  • Touchscreen overview  with and without Simulator
  • Maintenance - Spread sheet for maintenance program, drawings and videos
    • Time a divider
    • Adjust an arm turner
    • Remove a divider roller
    • Tension on apron/end compression
    • Rubber rollers replacement when worn
    • Level layer stops
    • Transition roller
    • Empty pallet dispenser forks clutch; level forks
    • Homing procedure for hoist, apron, end compression and side compression
    • Centerline of the pattern forming
    • Physical adjustment of the product guide rails
    • Touchscreen adjustment of the Auto adjusting infeed guides
  • Operations
    • Reset VFD's (Variable Frequency Drive) & Servo's
    • Fix a mis-formed layer
    • Don't jog the machine/put back into auto
    • Turned case detector
    • Clear an outfeed jam
    • Putting the dispenser in manual
  • Operator training with mix of Practical and Classroom training
    • Detailed safety component and restart instruction
    • Detailed HMI (Operator Touchscreen) review
    • One point lesson examples and best practices
    • Partial load and machine clear (end of run) procedures
    • Pattern and pallet type selection/change
    • Mis-formed pattern recovery
    • Bad pallet recovery
Depalletizer
  • Detailed safety component and troubleshooting instruction.
    • Safety Lockout/Tagout
      • Power disconnect
      • Air disconnect
      • Safe torque off and safety contactor
      • Local motor disconnects
    • Safety Components
      • E-Stop buttons
      • Accumulation area safety light screen, trapped key and reset
      • Full load infeed area light screen, access gate and reset
  • Understanding of the Terminology used inside the documents like; Electrical, Pneumatic and Mechanical drawings.
  • Touchscreen overview  with and without Simulator
  • Maintenance training
    • Detailed safety component and troubleshooting instruction
    • Mechanical and electrical drawing examples
    • Detailed HMI (Operator Touchscreen) review
    • Common maintenance points of focus including:
      • Chain and belt tensions
      • Guide adjustment and centerline plan
      • Maintenance plan review
  • Operations
    • Reset VFD's (Variable Frequency Drive) & Servo's
  • Operator training with mix of Practical and Classroom training
    • Detailed safety component and restart instruction
    • Detailed HMI (Operator Touchscreen) review
    • One point lesson examples and best practices
    • Partial load management
    • Bad pallet recovery
    • Band cutting and restart operation
    • Tier sheet and top frame review
    • Dunnage pickup operation

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