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COURSE NUMBER: MFRG110
COURSE TITLE:Maintenance Tools and Procedures
DIVISION:Technology
IAI CODE(S):
SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS:3.0
DELIVERY MODE:

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This course will describe the tools and procedures typically utilized in the diagnosis, repair, installation, and set-up of industrial machinery.  Through extensive hands-on exercises, students will learn the proper and accurate use of all types of precision measuring tools and equipment.  In addition, the safe and proper use of hand tools, power tools, lifting equipment, rigging, and other maintenance equipment is covered.  Finally, students will get extensive practice in the disassembly of industrial machinery and the procedures followed for accurate diagnosis of worn parts and components.  This class will further develop logical diagnostic skills introduced in MFRG 105.

PREREQUISITES:
MFRG105

NOTES:

COURSE OBJECTIVES / GOALS:
  • The student will learn the proper use of precision measuring tools and equipment.
  • The student will learn the proper use of hand tools, power tools, lifting equipment, and other maintenance equipment.
  • The student will develop skill in the proper documentation and notation of machine and parts layout prior to disassembly.
  • The student will learn safe and correct machine disassembly techniques.
  • The student will further develop logical, progressive, troubleshooting skills utilized in the successful diagnosis of production machinery problems.


TOPICAL OUTLINE:
  • Precision Measuring Tools and Equipment
    • Using steel rules
    • Using vernier, dial, and digital instruments for direct measurement
    • Using comparison measuring instruments
  • Maintenance Tools and Equipment
    • Hand tools
    • Power tools
    • Presses
    • Lifting equipment
  • Machine construction and operating characteristics
    • Vibration
    • Machine and equipment wear
    • Factory service and operating manuals
    • Strategies for development of in-house documentation
  • Machine disassembly techniques
    • Safety
    • Proper documentation and storage of components and fasteners
    • Steps to aid reassembly
  • Diagnostic Process development
    • Interpretation of existing documentation
    • Notation for future service and maintenance
    • Logical process development
    • Testing equipment and procedures


TEXTBOOK / SPECIAL MATERIALS:
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EVALUATION:
A point system will be used to evaluate a student?s progress.  Points will be assigned to written work, lab exercises, participation in industry tours, and various written and hands-on examinations.

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

REVISION:
Fall 2012

RECORD UPDATED:
2014-02-12 09:33:00