Certified Perkins Diesel Engine Product Training Center
Learn with some of the country’s foremost educators on Perkins engines at our state-of-the-art training facility in Ridgefield, WA. We offer a variety of Perkins engine training classes that are based on years of experience to prep you for real-world situations. Proper training for your Perkins engines is critical to ensuring safe and successful operation and maintenance. If you have questions about Perkins training, please contact John Rose at 360-887-7435.
Worker safety is paramount to us at Perkins Pacific and is a major focus of all training courses we provide. Manufacturer specific safety procedures are embedded in the publications we use as reference material and are discussed in detail in the classroom — demonstrated by the instructor and required of the students during and after the course. Students attending a training class with us are required to wear appropriate clothing that consists of long pants, closed toed shoes, safety glasses, hearing protection and work boots.
Electronically Controlled Engines (41748)
About: This course is aimed primarily at the technician, covering generic subjects relating to electronically controlled Perkins Engines. The course covers subjects from basic circuits to speed control, sensors, engine & application wiring. Fault finding and use of diagnostic equipment such as multimeters & Electronic Service Tool (EST)
Prerequisites: Distant Learning CDs & Persons with a sound diesel engine background wishing to attain knowledge of the Perkins Electronic Engines range.
Dates Offered: October 7-9
1100D Series – Mechanical/Electrical (41486)
About: This course focuses on both mechanical and electrical aspects of the engine. It includes a mixture of partial tear-down/running engine diagnostics, covering fuel system operation, key service procedures, electrical systems knowledge/troubleshooting. It is especially suited to technical staff involved with service and repair. Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to recognize the components associated with 1100C&D Common Rail Engines, perform strip, rebuild and service operations and perform systematic electrical fault diagnostics.
Prerequisites: Distant Learning CDs & Electronically Controlled Engine
Dates Offered: October 10-11
Tier IV Diagnostics (41751)
About: With new technologies such as high temperature regeneration and Nox Reduction Systems (NRS) being used on the latest range of engines from Perkins, diagnostics training is essential to provide the technician with the knowledge and confidence to provide effective repair. During this course students learning will be heavily focused around working on running engines with replicated faults and utilizing the electronic service tool (EST) together with the appropriate service literature to learn how to correctly diagnose engines within the Tier IV range.
Prerequisites: Distant Learning CDs, Electronically Controlled Engines & 1100D Series – Mechanical/Electrical
Tier IV Final – 1200F and 854F (44210)
About: With new technologies such as Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Systems being used on the latest range of engines from Perkins, diagnostics training is essential to provide the technician with the knowledge and confidence to provide effective repair. During this course, student learning will be heavily focused around working on operational engines with replicated faults and utilizing the Electronic Service Tool (EST) together with the appropriate service literature to learn how to correctly diagnose engines with the Tier IV Final range.
Prerequisites: Distant Learning CDs, Electronically Controlled Engines, Tier IV Diagnostics Training (Module 3), 1200F WBT – Overview training & 854F Overview WBT
Dates Offered: December 9-12
400 F-E Diagnostics (44800)
About: The release of the new Perkins Engines 400F-E sees the use of a Common Rail Fuel System, Diesel Oxidation Catalyst, Nox Reduction System and full Electronic Engine Management on this quiet, compact and powerful engine. Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to diagnose faults related to the Fuel System, After Treatment and Engine Electronic service procedures. Also utilizing the Troubleshooting Guide (TSG) and EST to assist in fault finding.
Prerequisites: Electronically Controlled Engine
Dates Offered: November 7-8
1706 Engine & Aftertreatment (52080)
About: This course is designed to familiarize participants with the nomenclature of the 1706J engine, aftertreatment DOC/DPF, aftertreatment DEF/SCR, EST service tests and maintenance items. Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to have a better understanding of basic knowledge to properly maintain and perform repairs on the Perkins 1706J engine.
Prerequisites: Tier 4 Final
Dates Offered: November 5-6 | December 13