November 28, 2018, in accordance with cooperation agreements, work plans and with the support of the Director of the Institute of Mechanotronics and Management Systems, Professor Vitalii Vlasovets , employees of the world’s leading companies “ MANN + HUMMEL “and” CASTROL “held master classes on modern technologies of efficient maintenance of equipment for students of technical specialties of the Institute of MМS and teachers of specialized disciplines.
SaSales manager / HD filters Oleh Prodeus made a report on the topic: “ Principles and technologies used in modern filters and filter elements “. MANN + HUMMEL is the world’s leading filter manufacturer with 16,000 individual products in its 78 years of existence.
Technical Adviser Mykhailo Muzyka made a report on the topic: “ Characteristics of modern lubricants and technical fluids “. Numerous products of the company are developed in close cooperation with such automakers as Audi, Ford, MAN, Honda, JLR, Volvo, Seat, Skoda, Tata and Volkswagen recommended for their new engines.
According to the standards of bachelors in 208 Agricultural Engineering and 274 Road Transport , students must have knowledge and skills in technical maintenance. Effective maintenance guarantees the efficiency and trouble-free operation of the equipment during its service life. The main operations of the maintenance regulations for tractors, cars and combines include inspection / replacement of: air, cabin, oil and fuel filters; engine, hydraulic, transmission oil, brake and coolant. Master classes were devoted to these key issues of service.
According to the agreed plan, the following activities are planned for 2019: online courses with certificates, several master classes, excursions of teachers and students to the production bases of companies, joint development of visual teaching materials / strong>. Successful students have the opportunity to gain practical knowledge , which is confirmed by company certificates. This will increase their opportunities for better employment.
Responsible: Professor of the Department of Optimization of Technological Systems named after T. Yevsyukov Serhii Kharchenko.