Schwing Announces 2019 Training Service Seminar Schedule

Schwing has announced its 2019 service seminar schedule, offering Intermediate training for operators/mechanics; advanced training for mechanics; stationary pump training for mechanics; and Vector training covering operator productivity, machine diagnostics and data for fleet management.

The seminars are held at Schwing’s dedicated training facility in White Bear, Minnesota (unless noted otherwise). Seminars include multi–media training aids and hands– on troubleshooting. Students also receive a service manual on CD–ROM, along with a printed copy of the training manual. Concrete pump owners, operators and mechanics are advised to sign up soon. “Business is back and pumping companies are hiring, so the seminars are more popular than ever,” states Jeff Popa, Schwing service manager.

Participants may sign up for the scheduled seminars online at service.


  • Reading Hydraulic Schematics
  • Troubleshooting with Schematics (Hydraulic and Electrical)
  • Setting Pressures
  • Proper Procedure for Changing Rams
  • Material Cylinder Alignment
  • Changing Differential Cylinder Rod Packings
  • Rock Valve Maintenance
  • Concrete Pump Maintenance
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Hands–on Troubleshooting

February 4–7 and 25–28, April 1–4 and October 7–10


  • Review of Intermediate Topics
  • Basic Load Sensing Circuits
  • Advanced Troubleshooting with Schematics (Hydraulic and Electrical)
  • Radio Remote Troubleshooting
  • MPS Systems
  • Maintenance
  • Emergency Job Site Repairs
  • Safe Operating Procedures
  • Hands–on Troubleshooting

February 11–14, March 4–7, April 8–11 and October 14–17

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  • Basic Hydraulic and Electrical Training
  • Troubleshooting with Schematics (Hydraulic and Electrical)
  • Wear Parts and General Machine Maintenance
  • Emergency Operating Procedures
  • Safety
  • Hands-on Troubleshooting
  • Using Nomograpghs

March 18–19


  • Basic Electrical Terminology
  • Reading Vector Schematics
  • Component Designations
  • Understanding CAN BUS
  • Identifying System Sensors
  • Reading E–Plan Drawings
  • Functions and Adjustment of Vector Controls
  • Troubleshooting Using Vector Controls
  • Hands–On Easy Training

March 11–12 and October 21–22

These comprehensive seminars can also be conducted at the customer’s location. Costs can be shared if more than one customer participates. Customized training can also be arranged at White Bear or in the field.

For more information on these seminars, the Latin American schedule or custom seminars, call (888) 292–0262 or email: techservice@