Maintenance Courses

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MNT 110|Fundamentals of Maintenance

7 Credits

Formerly AGET 110

Introduces skills and knowledge required by all service technicians including: precision measurement, environmental and safety regulation compliance; safety and personal protection equipment, fastener identification; hand and power tool identification, use and safety; lifting and blocking, torque wrench use; tapping, threading and thread inserts. Students demonstrate the ability to follow written instruction, complete business forms, and perform basic math skills. Includes a review of the student rights and responsibilities.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: RDG 099 and ENGL 099 and either MATH 050 or 084 with a grade of 2.0 or better, or MATH 084 with a grade of P if taken before spring 2016, or satisfactory placement test score.

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MNT 111|Intro to Machine Operations

7 Credits

Formerly MOP 111

This course is designed to give students skills using measuring instruments and the concepts of machining with a metal lathe.

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MNT 210|Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems

7 Credits

Formerly AGET 210

This course is designed to teach the systems operation and the testing, adjusting, maintenance, and repair procedures for pneumatic and hydraulic systems including load sensing pressure compensated systems, electro-hydraulic systems, and hydrostatic systems. Students identify system components and discuss their operation and application. Students identify different systems, trace the flow through the systems, and state the systems operation and application. Students use onboard diagnostic systems, T adapter kits, digital volt/ohm meters, flow meters, pressure gauges, and manufacturer specific tools to diagnose hydraulic and pneumatic system malfunctions.

Prerequisite

Prerequisite: instructor permission.

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