ISMT 120 Industrial Tools & Equipment

Industrial Tools and Equipment will provide the student with the declarative and demonstrative knowledge required to safely inspect, maintain, and operate hand tools, power tools, measurement tools, torque tools, fasteners (nuts and bolts), and specialty tools that are commonly used in the efforts to maintain, inspect, install, and repair industrial systems.

Credits

2 Credits

Prerequisite

Instructor Permission

ISMT 120Industrial Tools & Equipment

Please note: This is not a course syllabus. A course syllabus is unique to a particular section of a course by instructor. This curriculum guide provides general information about a course.

I. General Information

Department

Trade & Industry

II. Course Specification

Course Type

Program Requirement

Credit Hours Narrative

2 Credits

Semester Contact Hours Lecture

15

Semester Contact Hours Lab

30

Prerequisite Narrative

Instructor Permission

Grading Method

Letter grade

Repeatable

N

III. Catalog Course Description

Industrial Tools and Equipment will provide the student with the declarative and demonstrative knowledge required to safely inspect, maintain, and operate hand tools, power tools, measurement tools, torque tools, fasteners (nuts and bolts), and specialty tools that are commonly used in the efforts to maintain, inspect, install, and repair industrial systems.

IV. Student Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to:

Describe the following hand tools, Identify safety concerns for correct use, and Cite an application for each of the following hand tools: Screwdrivers Hammers Wrenches Pliers Tap and Dye Bearing Puller Describe the following power tools, Identify safety concerns for correct use, and Cite an application for each of the following power tools: Drills Grinders Heat Guns Saws Describe the following specialty tools, Identify safety concerns for correct use, and Cite an application for each of the following specialty tools: ERAD (Electric Torque) HyTorq (Hydraulic Torque) Easy Laser (Motor Shaft Alignment and Soft Foot Identification) Helicoil Stahlwile (Hand Torque) Oxy Acetylene Torch Plasma Cutter Describe the following measurement tools, Identify safety concerns for correct use, and Cite an application for each of the following measurement tools: Tape Measure Dial Caliper Feeler Gauge Thermal Infra-Red (IR) Gauge Vibration Meter Describe the difference between torque and tension. Select the appropriate tool for an application. Describe the application of tool use for precision maintenance. Demonstrative Outcomes Upon completion of this course, a student will be able to: Perform a motor shaft alignment using an Easy Laser. Perform a torque sequence on a fastened component using a handheld torque wrench. Install a 5/16 in Heli-coil in a steel plate. Perform motor shaft alignment using a spirit level, straight edge and tape measure. Perform a torque on a fastened component using Electric Torque Equipment (ERAD). Perform a torque on a fastened component using Hydraulic Torque Equipment (HyTorq). Calculate bolt torque and/or tension utilizing a dial caliper, bolt identification characteristics, and a torque chart. Operate an Oxy Acetylene torch to cut 1/2in galvanized metal. Operate a Plasma Cutter to cut 1/2in galvanized metal.

V. Topical Outline (Course Content)

VI. Delivery Methodologies