Industry Training

As an integral part of our range of services we also provide pneumatic training courses. These courses are designed specifically for maintenance, diagnostic and service engineers and meet curriculum standards set by tertiary industry training providers.

Run from our own 'in house' training room, the course is unique for the hands on teaching environment and workshop facilities that we provide.

Our course covers the following areas :
  • Fault Finding
  • Leak Detection
  • Servicing and Safety
  • Basic Theory
  • Air Service   
  • Control Valves
  • Actuators
  • Control Components
  • Fittings and Tubing
You will find your staff show a tangible improvement in their skill level after a DeviceCo Technical training course and become more competent using pneumatic equipment.

Other benefits include less plant downtime, cost reduction from better use of equipment, improved productivity, clear understanding of safe practices and staff satisfaction from an improved knowledge of how pneumatics work.

Students also leave with a certificate and their own comprehensive training manual.

Contact us now for details on the next Maintenance and Diagnostic Level 1.MDL-1 course.

Download the MDL - 1 Course Registration Form

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Leak Detection Services

An air audit service check will identify where leaks occur and can be as simple as tightening a connection or replacing faulty equipment. Finding the leak is the first step and that’s where DeviceCo Technical can help.

DeviceCo Technical recommend, service and supply the major brands below:

DeviceCo Technical
Comprehensive services, competent people, customer and service focused – let DeviceCo Technical become your partner in the pneumatic industry.
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  • +64 3 389 2103
  • +64 3 389 2106
DeviceCo, 435 Tuam Street, Christchurch 8011, New Zealand.
DeviceCo, PO Box 5179, Christchurch 8542, New Zealand.
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