LuK concentric slave cylinders to be discussed in Schaeffler’s upcoming June ‘tea-break training’

Common concentric slave cylinder concerns and issues with best practice hints and tips

LuK concentric slave cylinders to be discussed in Schaeffler’s upcoming June ‘tea-break training’

The Schaeffler REPXPERT technical team is back in action on 1 and 2 June with two ‘tea-break training’ sessions focusing on the concerns, challenges and frustrations that can occur during concentric slave cylinder (CSC) replacement.

“Presented by Bob Carter, one of our most experienced REPXPERTs, a veteran of over 50 years in the automotive industry, including the last 16 as a LuK technical trainer, these sessions concentrate on CSCs and are a must-see for workshops,” said Schaeffler technical manager and REPXPERT, Alistair Mason.

“CSCs are now a common repair for workshops, as almost half of all cars and vans use them nowadays, so providing technicians with a detailed overview of how they work, the common problems that occur and best practice solutions when replacing them, will be of real value.

“The REPXPERT ethos to equip technicians with the products and knowledge to carry out the best possible repair, first time every time, runs through all of our training platforms and these live online events are no different.

“Understanding the issues surrounding CSCs and being able to avoid time consuming and costly mistakes makes this a perfect subject for our latest ‘Tea-break training’ module.”

The LuK CSC online training module will be held over two days: session one at 12:30 on Tuesday 1 June and session two at 18:30 on Wednesday 2 June.

Registration links are available on the REPXPERT website, as well as via social media posts and newsletters sent to members, plus anybody who has attended a Schaeffler REPXPERT Academy or any other Schaeffler training event.

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