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In 2015, South Central College in North Mankato, Minnesota received a $23,000 Fluid Power Lab Grant from the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation. The school used the funds to purchase two cavitation simulators with accumulator...

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In August, we told you about Schroeder Industries making a generous donation to Rosedale Technical College in Pittsburgh, PA. Since NFPA helped bring the two together, Mark Simoneau, the hydraulics instructor at Rosedale, reached out to...

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One of the association’s strategic objectives is to help increase the number of technically trained people capable of integrating and applying fluid power, and connect them to careers in the fluid power industry. NFPA works...

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The NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has awarded a $25,000 fluid power lab grant to Cleveland Community College in Shelby, NC. The school will use the funds to purchase a new hydraulic trainer and upgrade...

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Many of the NFPA grant programs work to develop fluid power trainers or other teaching lab equipment at 2-year technical schools and 4-year universities. Material and fluid power component donations from industry are needed to help...

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There’s no more doubling up on training equipment at Central Community College. A grant from the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation has made it possible for the school to purchase additional hydraulic and pneumatic training stations...

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Help increase energy efficiency and productivity! We are looking for industry experts to discuss best practices in fluid power at the Integrated Industries Conference, held during the Motion, Drive & Automation North America at the...

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Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas received a fluid power lab grant from the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation in 2014. With it they purchased three new trainers—one hydraulic based and two pneumatic based, and students in...

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On September 22, I attended the International Fluid Power Society (IFPS) Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, PA. NFPA and IFPS work together and promote a number of workforce development programs to educate the fluid power workforce,...

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Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas received a fluid power lab grant from the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation in July 2014. They used the funds to purchase three trainers—one hydraulic based and two pneumatic based....

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