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Industrial Maintenance Workers Schooled in Hydraulics, Pneumatics


John M. Good, right, instructs students on the application of industrial pneumatic components Students perform an exercise at a hydraulics training station in CALMaintenance employees at several area industries, including Truck-Lite Inc. and West Pharmaceutical Services, were on campus Monday for a Hydraulics and Pneumatics course taught by John M. Good, instructor of automation and computer integrated manufacturing. The three-session class, offered through Penn College’s Plastics Manufacturing Center, combines a theory-in-the-classroom component with hands-on training in the automated-manufacturing area of College Avenue Labs.

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