Ind Hydraulics-Pneumatics (419)

419-300. Fluid Power Maintenance. (2 Credits)

Become familiar with common maintenance activities that are necessary for industrial and mobile systems controlled by hydraulics. Take an in-depth look at the principles of circuit evaluation and component operation, construction, maintenance, and testing.

Prerequisites: (612-110 with a minimum grade of C- or 612-115 with a minimum grade of C-)

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419-340. Facility Fluid Power. (1 Credit)

Start by gaining knowledge of the physics behind fluid power systems, machinery and the transmission of hydraulic power. The mechanical components that comprise fluid power systems are studied in depth along with their maintenance. The course makes extensive use of hydraulic trainers in order to give "hands on" experience. The ultimate goal is to develop effective troubleshooting techniques. Safety is a major concern in performing work on hydraulic equipment and systems and this will be covered throughout the course in all its aspects.

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419-410. Basics of Fluid Power Training. (1.8 Credits)

This introductory course will review the basic principles of fluid power and general rules on design concepts that influence the operation and maintenance of fluid power equipment.

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419-421. Elec/Pneu/Mech Troubleshooting. (2.6 Credits)

Learn troubleshooting tactics for repair and maintenance of electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical systems.

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419-421A. Pneumatics. (0.4 Credits)

Learn the basics of pneumatics including reviewing basic gas laws and principles, and covering topics such as valves, logic devices, cylinders, and air motors.

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419-425. Basics of Fluids Power. (1.3 Credits)

Participants will learn the basics of Fluids Power including: principles of hydraulics, linear and rotary actuators, pressure and flow control valves, pumps, reservoir and accumulators, system schematics and fluid power requirements.

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419-425A. Hydraulics. (0.4 Credits)

Basic hydraulics including hydraulic principles, types of hydraulic fluids, and their characteristics.

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419-501. Apprentice Hydraulics. (1 Credit)

Gain the knowledge of the uses and applications of hydraulics required in the apprentice trades.

Prerequisites: 413-504A with a minimum grade of C- and 413-504B with a minimum grade of C-

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419-502. Pneumatics for Apprentices. (1 Credit)

Gain the knowledge of the uses and applications of pneumatics required in the apprentice trades.

Prerequisites: (413-508A with a minimum grade of C- and 413-508B with a minimum grade of C- and 419-501 with a minimum grade of C-)

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