Industrial Maintenance

Courses

IMT 1200. Equipment Maintenance. 3 hrs.

This course provides a basic theory of power transmission equipment and practical applications of it. Basic concepts and procedures for the maintenance and replacement of bearings, v-belts, timing belts, and flat belts, chain and chain drives, shaft couplings, gearing, clutches and brakes, lubrication, centrifugal pumps, bearings, screw threads, mechanical fasteners, and packing and and seals will be studied. Basic troubleshooting techniques will be studied. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 2 hours.

IMT 1205. Industrial Hydraulics. 3 hrs.

This course is designed to safely introduce all components, circuits, and principles commonly used in industry, and to fully acquaint the student with principles of fluid power. Practical working circuits with many variations have been developed to demonstrate machine behavior and malfunctions as they actually happen. Electro-mechanical exercises tie machine fluid and pneumatic power and electrical behavior together for industrial understanding. Also basic trouble-shooting techniques will be addressed. This course is competency-based instruction. Lecture, 2 hours; lab, 2 hours.

IMT 1206. Industrial Pneumatics. 2 hrs.

This course is designed to safely introduce all component circuits, and principles commonly used in industry, and to fully acquaint the student with principles of pneumatic power. Practical working circuits with many variations have been developed to demonstrate machine behavior and malfunctions as they actually happen. Electro mechanical exercises tie machine pneumatic power and electrical behavior together for industrial understanding. This course is competency-based instruction. Lecture, 1 hour; lab, 2 hours.

IMT 1207. Pipefitting. 2 hrs.

This course will provide the student with the knowledge and practical applications necessary for the installation and maintenance of building and industrial piping. Components applied to industrial situations will be analyzed. Lecture, 1 hour; lab, 2 hours.

IMT 1208. Industrial Safety. 1 hr.

IMT 1208 provides a basic view of the concepts of industrial safety, the origins of the safety movement, the elements of a good safety program and an understanding of those elements. Lecture, 1 hour.

IMT 1220. Rigging Systems. 3 hrs.

This course will introduce the student to the discipline known as rigging as applied to maintenance work. The student will participate in a lecture/lab setting, featuring a series of written and performance tests. Safety, rigging math, rigging principles, slings, chains, cranes, rigging hardware, and forklifts will be covered. Lecture, 1.5 hours; lab, 3 hours.