Ariel Brings Its Training Curriculum To Russia

By CT2 Staff04 November 2016

Ariel Corp. has opened a training center in Moscow, Russia. The facility supports distributor and end-user personnel in the region, as well as Gubkin Institute engineering students.

The Moscow Ariel Training Center, located within the Gubkin Russian State University’s laboratories, features an Ariel JGJ two-throw compressor designated for demonstration and hands-on practice, along with an accompanying drive-shaft module for driver-compressor alignment training. Other attributes include video-equipped classroom space, a 3 ton overhead crane and requisite tooling. The common areas also features a four-throw compressor model, site photography and Ariel branding.

Ariel’s Russian-language classes are taught by the company’s Moscow-based engineering personnel and cover the curriculum of the Ariel Basic School, Technical School, and Mechanics School. The training center and its staff also are able to develop additional courses and specializations, Ariel said.

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