Locomotive Market Events



Date:
3/21/2017 to 3/23/2017



Location:
Lille, France



Date:
3/21/2017 to 3/24/2017



Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications

Annual training classes are held at our facility in the spring and fall. Separate courses cover Locomotive and Freight Car Air Brakes. The classes are 3 1/2 days long and provide more in-depth training for people wanting a better understanding or are wanting more knowledge of train brake equipment.  Each class in Wilmerding starts at 8:30 am and runs until 3:45 pm Tuesday through Thursday.  Friday’s class will start at 8:30am but will end in the morning to allow for travel. Personal protective equipment needed for the class is safety approved footwear.
 
Locomotive Air Brake Class: This class is designed for a locomotive mechanic/machinist but it is adaptable to anyone working on locomotive brake equipment. We cover basic locomotive brakes, the history of air brakes and key in on the 26 type brake equipment. In this class you will learn how to read an air brake diagrams, what the various components do and how they work together. By understanding the components the student is better equipped to troubleshoot the 26L or 30ACDW brake equipment. Classes have gone through a transformation to include the operation of electronic brakes with freight pneumatic operation. With more electronic equipped locomotives, Friday mornings are devoted specifically to EPIC and Fastbrake equipment operation.
 
Locomotive EPIC/Fastbrake Class: These classes are set up ONLY in response to specific customer request. The class will be tailored to the customer needs in a generic class covering EPIC 3102 or II or Fastbrake or all types of Locomotive brake equipment. It is recommended the students attend the locomotive air brake class as a prerequisite. In this class we cover basics of locomotive brakes and how the electronic brakes have evolved. The various components that make up each of these systems and how to test, calibrate, maintain and troubleshoot of each of the systems.
 
All 2017 Training Class Dates:
Freight Training:  March 7–10,  April 4–7, September 19–22, October 17-20
Locomotive Training:  March 21–24, May 2–5, October 3–6, November 7–10 
 
2017 training classes and forms:  Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications


Location:
1001 Air Brake Avenue, Wilmerding, PA

For more info, please contact:
Call Mike Zenert (412) 825-1453



Date:
5/2/2017 to 5/5/2017



Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications

Annual training classes are held at our facility in the spring and fall. Separate courses cover Locomotive and Freight Car Air Brakes. The classes are 3 1/2 days long and provide more in-depth training for people wanting a better understanding or are wanting more knowledge of train brake equipment.  Each class in Wilmerding starts at 8:30 am and runs until 3:45 pm Tuesday through Thursday.  Friday’s class will start at 8:30am but will end in the morning to allow for travel. Personal protective equipment needed for the class is safety approved footwear.
 
Locomotive Air Brake Class: This class is designed for a locomotive mechanic/machinist but it is adaptable to anyone working on locomotive brake equipment. We cover basic locomotive brakes, the history of air brakes and key in on the 26 type brake equipment. In this class you will learn how to read an air brake diagrams, what the various components do and how they work together. By understanding the components the student is better equipped to troubleshoot the 26L or 30ACDW brake equipment. Classes have gone through a transformation to include the operation of electronic brakes with freight pneumatic operation. With more electronic equipped locomotives, Friday mornings are devoted specifically to EPIC and Fastbrake equipment operation.
 
Locomotive EPIC/Fastbrake Class: These classes are set up ONLY in response to specific customer request. The class will be tailored to the customer needs in a generic class covering EPIC 3102 or II or Fastbrake or all types of Locomotive brake equipment. It is recommended the students attend the locomotive air brake class as a prerequisite. In this class we cover basics of locomotive brakes and how the electronic brakes have evolved. The various components that make up each of these systems and how to test, calibrate, maintain and troubleshoot of each of the systems.
  
All 2017 Training Class Dates:
Freight Training:  March 7–10,  April 4–7, September 19–22, October 17-20
Locomotive Training:  March 21–24, May 2–5, October 3–6, November 7–10
 
2017 training classes and formsFreight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications


Location:
1001 Air Brake Avenue, Wilmerding, PA

For more info, please contact:
Call Mike Zenert (412) 825-1453



Date:
5/9/2017 to 5/11/2017



Location:
Birmingham, United Kingdom



Date:
5/31/2017


Location:
Paris, France



Date:
8/30/2017 to 9/2/2017



Location:
Moscow, Russia



Date:
9/26/2017 to 9/29/2017



Location:
Gdanks, Poland



Date:
10/3/2017 to 10/5/2017



Location:
Rho Fiera, Milan, Italy



Date:
10/3/2017 to 10/6/2017



Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications

Annual training classes are held at our facility in the spring and fall. Separate courses cover Locomotive and Freight Car Air Brakes. The classes are 3 1/2 days long and provide more in-depth training for people wanting a better understanding or are wanting more knowledge of train brake equipment.  Each class in Wilmerding starts at 8:30 am and runs until 3:45 pm Tuesday through Thursday.  Friday’s class will start at 8:30am but will end in the morning to allow for travel. Personal protective equipment needed for the class is safety approved footwear.
 
Locomotive Air Brake Training Class: This class is designed for a locomotive mechanic/machinist but it is adaptable to anyone working on locomotive brake equipment. We cover basic locomotive brakes, the history of air brakes and key in on the 26 type brake equipment. In this class you will learn how to read an air brake diagrams, what the various components do and how they work together. By understanding the components the student is better equipped to troubleshoot the 26L or 30ACDW brake equipment. Classes have gone through a transformation to include the operation of electronic brakes with freight pneumatic operation. With more electronic equipped locomotives, Friday mornings are devoted specifically to EPIC and Fastbrake equipment operation.
 
Locomotive EPIC/Fastbrake Class: These classes are set up ONLY in response to specific customer request. The class will be tailored to the customer needs in a generic class covering EPIC 3102 or II or Fastbrake or all types of Locomotive brake equipment. It is recommended the students attend the locomotive air brake class as a prerequisite. In this class we cover basics of locomotive brakes and how the electronic brakes have evolved. The various components that make up each of these systems and how to test, calibrate, maintain and troubleshoot of each of the systems.
 
All 2017 Training Class Dates:
Freight Training:  March 7–10,  April 4–7, September 19–22, October 17-20
Locomotive Training:  March 21–24, May 2–5, October 3–6, November 7–10
 
2017 training classes and forms:  Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications


Location:
1001 Air Brake Avenue, Wilmerding, PA

For more info, please contact:
Call Mike Zenert (412) 825-1453



Date:
10/9/2017 to 10/11/2017



Location:
Atlanta, USA



Date:
11/7/2017 to 11/9/2017



Location:
Sao Paolo, Brazil



Date:
11/7/2017 to 11/10/2017



Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications

Annual training classes are held at our facility in the spring and fall. Separate courses cover Locomotive and Freight Car Air Brakes. The classes are 3 1/2 days long and provide more in-depth training for people wanting a better understanding or are wanting more knowledge of train brake equipment.  Each class in Wilmerding starts at 8:30 am and runs until 3:45 pm Tuesday through Thursday.  Friday’s class will start at 8:30am but will end in the morning to allow for travel. Personal protective equipment needed for the class is safety approved footwear.
 
Locomotive Air Brake Training Class: This class is designed for a locomotive mechanic/machinist but it is adaptable to anyone working on locomotive brake equipment. We cover basic locomotive brakes, the history of air brakes and key in on the 26 type brake equipment. In this class you will learn how to read an air brake diagrams, what the various components do and how they work together. By understanding the components the student is better equipped to troubleshoot the 26L or 30ACDW brake equipment. Classes have gone through a transformation to include the operation of electronic brakes with freight pneumatic operation. With more electronic equipped locomotives, Friday mornings are devoted specifically to EPIC and Fastbrake equipment operation.
 
Locomotive EPIC/Fastbrake Class: These classes are set up ONLY in response to specific customer request. The class will be tailored to the customer needs in a generic class covering EPIC 3102 or II or Fastbrake or all types of Locomotive brake equipment. It is recommended the students attend the locomotive air brake class as a prerequisite. In this class we cover basics of locomotive brakes and how the electronic brakes have evolved. The various components that make up each of these systems and how to test, calibrate, maintain and troubleshoot of each of the systems.
 
All 2017 Training Class Dates:
Freight Training:  March 7–10,  April 4–7, September 19–22, October 17-20
Locomotive Training:  March 21–24, May 2–5, October 3–6, November 7–10
 
2017 training classes and forms:  Freight & Locomotive Brake Training Publications


Location:
1001 Air Brake Avenue, Wilmerding, PA

For more info, please contact:
Call Mike Zenert (412) 825-1453



Date:
11/21/2017 to 11/23/2017



Location:
Brisbane, Australia