Training
Technology Sync with Global
In today’s highly competitive business environment, the technology requirements of the market advance continually. To keep abreast of the latest industry developments and trends, structured training is essential. Only if users are trained to optimally utilise all the functions of given Products Company will reap financial gains from energy-efficient upgrades, sophisticated technology applications, etc.

Hi-Mak’s Commitment
Since 1993, Hi-Mak Pvt. Ltd. is committed to promote good practices and has achieved highest standards in Industrial Automation. It is evident in a myriad ways: benchmarking and conformity to global industrial standards, continuous development & improvements, proficient & well-organized training, etc. Setting up of Training Centre is an endeavour to bring about industry-wide improvements as a part of skill & knowledge enhancements.

Feel the Advantages of Training at Hi-Mak
  • Industry applications based Training
  • Highly Qualified Professional Trainers
  • Experienced Tutors – Instructors
  • Practical courses with numerous exercises
  • Rich learning experience with professional touch
  • Standard Training courses
  • Course designed to match latest trends of Industry
  • Expressly developed Training sets
  • Fully Equipped Training centres, labs
  • Onsite Industrial Training
  • Customized courses to client requirements
  • Programs for Engineers of Future
  • Individual attention
  • RIO (Return on Investment) program

Perceive Your Profit Rise
  • Award of Compliance certificate
  • Work more Independently
  • Development of your ‘can-do attitude‘
  • Get Sharpen your excellence
  • Increase in your skill, knowledge, Confidence
  • Gain your Competency
  • Improvement in your workmanship
  • Potential optimization
  • Time Reduction for configuration & commissioning
  • Get Synchronized with latest trends
  • Effective fault diagnostic methods
  • Expert error correction approach
  • Ensure your compliance with quality standards

At a glance: Hi-Mak Training Courses

Course Name

Duration

Basic
20 Days

Standard
25 Days

Advance
35 Days

Basics of Automations

 

PLC

Compact

Modular Standard

Modular Advance

High End

HMI

Basic

Standard

SCADA

 

Standard

Advance

DRIVES

Basic

Standard

Advance

DCS

 

 

     

ELECTRICAL PANELS

Basic

Standard

Advance

Basics of Automation
  • Introduction to Automation : elements & Scope of work
  • Understanding of Input output concepts
  • Introduction to Sensors Actuators
  • Industrial Communication Protocols & Standards
  • Ingress Protection basics
  • Programming techniques

PLC – Industrial Automation Systems of different levels
  • Scope of PLC in Automation
  • PLC architecture & working fundamentals
  • PLC introduction & selection criteria
  • PLC wiring practice with Field Devices
  • Programming Techniques introduction
  • Configuration of the PLC
  • Programming Practice on Simulator
  • Online diagnosis & Troubleshooting
  • Input Output Forcing & Status Checking
  • RIO (remote I/O) configuration
  • PLC – PLC Profibus communication
  • Drive Control using PLC
  • PLC Multi Tier Configuration
  • Y-Link Configuration on PLC network
  • Redundancy concept of PLC
  • Motion control (HSC, Encoder)
  • Experience on Industry based Project

HMI – Operator Control & Monitoring
  • Basics of Operator Panel & Selection
  • Introduction to HMI Programming
  • Creating Project
  • Basic Configurations within HMI
  • Various communications within HMI
  • Communication with PLC & Field Devices
  • Creating Tags
  • Animations & Events
  • Tag Import/Export Method
  • Programming & Troubleshooting
  • Alarms, Trends, User Admin, Logon
  • Remote control, Server-Client & Web connectivity
  • Tips & Tricks

SCADA –Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition
  • Introduction to SCADA
  • Importance of SCADA
  • Difference between SCADA & HMI.
  • SCADA Configurations
  • Creating New Project
  • Runtime configuration
  • Communication with PLC
  • Design of Graphic Screens – Object Pallets, Library
  • Graphic Designs – Static & Dynamic
  • Tags : Creation, Logging & Trends
  • Various Animations & Events
  • Alarms : Display, Archiving, Colour change
  • User Authorisation
  • Online diagnosis & Troubleshooting
  • SCADA Interface
  • Multi User Project Creation & Client-Server
  • Tags : Structure – Indirect
  • Case study of Global Scrips
  • introduction of OPC server client
  • Web Server-Client concept
  • SCADA Tips & Tricks
  • Experience on Industry based Project

VFD – Variable Frequency Drive
  • Introduction to Drives
  • Internal Architecture & Basic Functions
  • VFD Panel components overview.
  • Important parameters of VFD
  • Installation, wiring practice
  • Quick Commissioning
  • Motor Speed control by V/F method
  • Parameterization of Drive
  • Speed Control methods :DTC (Direct Torque Control) Vector with Feedback, SLVC (Sensor less)
  • Faults & Alarms
  • Online diagnosis & Troubleshooting
  • Working Principle of DC Drive
  • DC Drive Selection
  • Basics of Servo Drives & Feedback System
  • Single axis Servo Drive Control
  • Multi-Axis Drive Control
  • Experience on Industry based Project

DCS – Distributed Control System
  • Introduction of DCS
  • DCS Architecture : Hardware & Software
  • Difference between PLC & DCS
  • Difference between SCADA & DCS
  • Introduction to Programming methods
  • Visualization techniques
  • Special Features
  • Multi-Project Development
  • Operator & engineering Station configuration
  • Online diagnosis & Troubleshooting
  • Experience on Industry based Project

Electrical Panels
  • Introduction of Automation Panels
  • Introduction to Electrical wiring IEC symbols
  • Introduction to Panel Materials
  • Reading of GA (General Arrangement)
  • Panel Material BOM
  • Working understanding of Motor Starters : DOL , Star Delta & Intelligent MCC
  • Cables – Industrial Standards and Selection Criteria
  • Introduction of various Protection devices
  • Various Classifications of Panels
  • Wiring of Panel instruments
  • EMC Guidelines & Cable laying
  • Earthing Schemes
  • Design criteria of MCC Panel
  • Various Testing procedure
  • Case study of Industry based Project

Target Audience
  • Engineer having Diploma / Graduate / Post Graduate in Electrical / Electronics / Instrumentation / Mechatronics
  • Freshers or Final Year Students / Users; Commissioning Service Maintenance
  • Our Advance course is suitable to industry professionals, while Basic & Standard courses are very well suitable to Any Fresh candidates

Batch Size
  • 10 to 20 persons per batch to ensure individual attention
Training Schedule
  • Training schedules & courses fees for all courses & batches listed above are subjected to General T&C.
  • Standard Courses can be scheduled. Calendar & batch will be arranged on special cases to suit college-dates/timings
  • For more details visit our website – www.himak.in