New Brochure Describes John Crane Maintenance Training Center

John Crane-Houdaille, Inc. of Morton Grove, 111., offers a new full-color brochure that describes the company's Mechanical Maintenance Training Center (MMTC) and explains its specialized training program.

"A maintenance man can save millions of dollars on repairs, replacements, and downtime," said Stan A. Hodgin, John Crane training director, "if he's trained to spot potential problems early, diagnose them accurately, and correct them properly." John Crane operates the MMTC in Atlanta to train maintenance personnel to become skilled trouble- shooting technicians. The prime function of the facility is a continuing program of comprehensive, non-commercial four-day seminars on mechanical maintenance skills development and improvement.

Each seminar is limited to 20 attendees.

The MMTC seminar combines lectures, practical demonstrations, and film and slide presentations with hands-on training in tearing down and reassembling equipment internal elements, seals, and related components. The center is equipped with more than 30 pumps, several lapping machines, and other new and old equipment.

Cost of the John Crane MMTC four-day seminar is $495, which includes all classroom and takehome materials, breakfasts, lunches, and breaks.

For a free copy of the MMTC brochure (Bulletin No. MS-101), Circle 39 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 80,  Nov 1984

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