Power transmission principles strengthen STOBER product specialists
STOBER engineers recently completed training for motors and controls through hands-on learning experiences at the historic Cox Building in downtown Maysville.
A group of STOBER product specialists recently completed Power Transmission Principles training at the Affiliated Distributors Education Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. The course spent four days studying power transmission principles and provided attendees with confidence in themselves, their company, and the power transmission products they represent.
Attendees gained a better understanding of how and why specific products help their customers by exploring, discussing, and selecting power transmission products. At the end of the training, attendees designed an operable drive to power a belt conveyor. Topics covered during the class included:
Adjustable speed drives
Roller chain drives
Rotary shaft seals
Worm gear reducers
Backstops and clutches
Brakes and torque limiters
Hands-on work stations
At STOBER, developing our employees is the most important aspect of our business. Our development programs help shape our current and future success. Once someone is employed at STOBER, we are very intentional about continuing their personal development.
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