CLINTON –Clinton Community College received a equipment donation of from the LyondellBasell Clinton Complex. The Fluke 744 documenting process calibrators will be used in the Advanced Manufacturing program to train students in industrial jobs, like as LyondellBasell.
“These process calibrators will allow the students to practice real world calibration with professional tools, said Dave Wallace in the Career Advancement Center. “We are grateful to LyondellBasell for providing our students with better opportunities to learn.”
“Often the tools being utilized within our industry are not accessible to students for hands-on training,” said Brian Williams, maintenance specialist for electrical and instrumentation at LyondellBasell. “Having access to instrumentation calibration tools better prepares students to enter the industrial workforce.”
The Advanced Manufacturing program teaches students the processes and equipment associated with production, including mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, electronic, and computers.
“We appreciate this generous gift and continued partnership with our friends at LyondellBasell,” CCC President Brian Kelly said. “Our students gain valuable experience and have the opportunity to use the tools we are seeing in industry today.”