Provides an overall perspective and foundation for the person entering the industrial maintenance field. The fundamentals of machine operations commonly utilized in the process and energy industry will be presented. Maintenance personnel duties and responsibilities, general maintenance procedures, basic maintenance tools and equipment, basic fastening and securing and machine operating specifications will be covered. Emphasis will be placed upon the understanding of machine documentation. The student will be introduced to the logical process utilized in the diagnosis machinery and control system troubleshooting. Workplace safety will be stressed throughout the course. Prerequisite: EIC1101 (EIC101) (“C” or better) (Contact hours-67.5) (1-3.5)

Long title
Introduction to Industrial Maintenance
Credits
3
Course Code
IMA
Course Number (3 digit)
100
Course Category
Schedule
Term
202020
Term
202120
20547, Sharon White, Area Voc, WINDLAB
21028, , Area Voc,
Course Number (4 digit)
1700
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