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IND 210 - Industrial Maintenance Solutions


Last Date of Approval: Spring 2021

2 Credits
Total Lecture Hours: 15
Total Lab Hours: 30
Course Description:
Students will learn to apply maintenance shop practices to common industrial breakdown scenarios. Areas of instruction will include shop safety, troubleshooting and diagnosis of industrial equipment, project planning and coordination, layout and fabrication, machining, and maintenance welding. Students in this course will gain literacy in several mechanical operations which is a skill that is beneficial in many technical careers in maintenance. This course will also help students make life decisions understanding cause and effect.

Corequisites: None
Prerequisites: None
Prerequisites/Corequisites: None

Mode(s) of Instruction: Traditional/face-to-face

Credit for Prior Learning: There are no Credit for Prior Learning opportunities for this course.

Course Fees: Course Materials: $80.00

Common Course Assessment(s): All assessments are common amongst all course sections

Student Learning Outcomes and Objectives:
Student Learning Outcomes:

• Employ the proper use of GMAW and GTAW in maintenance situations.

• Employ safe shop operations

• Assess an operation and create a solution to make a process safer, more efficient, increase reliability.

Course Objectives:

• Build up parent material with weld before machining to correct size.

• Layout, calculate bend deductions for shrouds and guards.

• Create belt/gear/sprocket guards, equipment shrouds.

• Submit proposal for purchase including quotes, justification of equipment to make an operation safer, more efficient, increase reliability.



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