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Industrial Maintenance Technician


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Technical Diploma

 

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This program prepares maintenance personnel for industry. Students learn skills in electricity, motor controls welding, hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical systems, programmable logic controls, automation and robotics.

 

1st Semester (Fall)

IU 000 Industrial Maintenance Technician 450 clock hours

Core Curriculum introductory Craft Skills; Basic Safety; Math (Lab); Intro to Hand Tools, Intro to Power Tools, Intro to Drawings, Basic Rigging, Basic Communication Skills, Basic Employability Skills, Introduction to Materials Handling.

Level One: Orientation to the Trade, Tools of the Trade, Fasteners and Anchors, Oxyfuel Cutting/Welding, Gaskets and Packing, Pumps and Drives, Valves, Intro to Test Instruments, Material Handling and Hand Rigging, Mobile Support Equipment, Lubrication, electrical/mechanical drawings Industrial Safety and E&I Techs; Intro to the National Electrical Code; Electrical Theory, Alternating Current, E&I Equipment; 30 clock hours/week.

2nd Semester: (Spring)

IU 000 Industrial Maintenance Technician 450 clock hours

Level Two: Flow, Pressure, Level, and Temperature; Hand Bending; Clean, Purge, and Test Tubing, and Pipe Systems; Instrument Drawings and Documents part one; Conductors and Cables; Conductors Terminations and Splices.

Level Three: Hazardous Locations, Electronic Components, E&I Drawings, Motor Controls, Distribution Equipment, Transformer Applications, Conductor Selection and Calculations, Layout and installation of Tubing and Piping Systems.

3rd Semester: (Summer)

IU 000 Industrial Maintenance Technician 450 clock hours

Level Three: Hydraulic Controls, Pneumatic Controls, and Motor-Operated Valves, Programmable Logic Controls, Precision Measuring Tools, Installing Bearings, Installing Couplings, Setting Base plates and pre-alignment, Conventional Alignment, Installing Belt and Chain Drives, Installing Mechanical Seals.

Level Four: Preventive and Predictive Maintenance, Compressors and Pneumatic Systems, Reverse Alignment, Laser Alignment, Troubleshooting and Repairing Pumps, Troubleshooting and Repairing Gearboxes. [E] Note(s): Students register for IU 000 each term until all competencies are mastered.

 

 

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Summary of Required Hours


Total Clock Hours: 1290


Note(s):


Students register for IU 000 each term until all clock hours are earned.

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