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C558
Reliability Maintenance (MANUF)
WVC 
Illinois Eastern Community Colleges Wabash Valley College Reliability Maintenance (MANUF C558) Effective Term 201060 Reliability Maintenance provides accessible, quality, affordable, and occupationally-driven courses that relate to maintenance and down time in a manufacturing environment. The primary emphasis of this concentration is the preparation for the installation, troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of electrical, mechanical, and fluid power systems in a manufacturing environment. Program prerequisites: Advanced Manufacturing degree completion and MAN 1211, Industrial Electricity and MAN 1215, Mechanical Drives.

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FA2014
MAN 1205
Predictive Maintenance
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Predictive maintenance techniques provide data that defines servicing and inspection periods so that maintenance departments can determine, in advance, when equipment should be shut down for overhaul. This course provides training in laser alignment, vibration analysis, oil analysis, infrared thermography, motor testing and power quality. Computer based maintenance management systems will be introduced.

MAN 1206
Hydraulics & Pneumatics
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This course covers the operating principles of hydraulic components of stationary industrial hydraulic & pneumatic systems. Various hydraulic circuits are studied with laboratory exercises involving repairs, adjustments, and troubleshooting of pumps, cylinders, control valves, motors, reservoirs, and accumulators.

MAN 1207
Introduction to HVAC
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This course is designed to provide introductory training and skills for efficient, cost-effective and current methods in choosing, installing, maintaining, troubleshooting, servicing and repairing today's AC and refrigeration equipment.

MAN 1221
Motors/Motor Controls
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This course will teach the operational theories and trouble-shooting techniques of DC and AC single- and three-phase motors and motor controls as found in industrial and manufacturing settings. Topics to be covered include safety, magnetism and electromagnetism, Lorentz forces, single phase AC motor operations and construction, three phase AC motor operations and construction, DC motor operations and construction, industrial voltages, motor starters, overload contacts, reversing motor contacts, and variable frequency drives. PREREQUISITE: ELC 1604 Basic Electricity or instructor consent.

Term Total
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Program Total
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