Industrial Maintenance Level 4, Trainee Guide, Paperbound

Industrial Maintenance Level 4, Trainee Guide, Paperbound

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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Practical Applications of Lighting, Standby and Emergency Systems, Advanced Controls, Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration, Electricity in HVAC Systems, HVAC Controls, Conventional Alignment, Maintaining Valves, Identifying and Installing Valves, Steam Traps, Steam Systems, Programmable Logic Controllers (from Instrumentation), High-Voltage Terminations/Splices,Vibration Analysis and Commercial Heating and Cooling Systems. Instructor SupplementsInstructors: Product supplements may be ordered directly through OASIS at http://oasis.pearson.com. For more information contact your Pearson NCCER/Contren Sales Specialist at http://nccer.pearsonconstructionbooks.com/store/sales.aspx. Instructor's Guide 0-13-012587-3show more

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  • Paperback
  • 213.61 x 273.3 x 41.66mm | 2,000g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Pearson
  • United States
  • English
  • 0130125865
  • 9780130125866

Table of contents

32401 Practical Applications of Lighting (10 Hours)Covers various lighting installations, applications, and wiring systems. 32402 Standby and Emergency Systems (12.5 Hours) Explains NEC (R) installation requirements for electric generators and storage batteries. 32403 Advanced Controls (20 Hours) Explains operating principles of solid-state controls along with their practical applications. Motor braking, jogging, plugging, and safety interlocks are also covered. 32404 Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration (22.5 Hours) Covers components and operation of refrigeration systems, with emphasis on systems used in cold storage and other commercial food preservation applications. Also covers the components and operation of ice-making machines. 32405 Electricity in HVAC Systems (20 Hours) Covers the basic principles of refrigeration and air conditioning, NEC (R) requirements, compressors, and HVAC control wiring and troubleshooting. 32406 HVAC Controls (15 Hours) Focuses on advanced HVAC controls in utilizing solid-state circuitry. 32407 Conventional Alignment (30 Hours) Covers types of misalignment, aligning couplings using a straightedge and feeler gauge, adjusting face and OD alignment using a dial indicator, and eliminating coupling stress. 32408 Maintaining Valves (10 Hours) Explains how to remove and install threaded and flanged valves, how to replace valve stem O-ring and bonnet gaskets, and how to repack a valve stuffing box. Also discusses the purpose of valve packing. 32409 Identifying and Installing Valves (20 Hours) Identifies and provides installation methods for different types of valves. Also covers valve storage and handling. 32410 Steam Traps (10 Hours) Identifies types of steam traps, including mechanical, thermostatic, and thermodynamic steam traps, as well as strainers. Explains how to install steam traps and troubleshoot steam trap systems. 32411 Steam Systems (15 Hours) Covers safety procedures, turn-on, operation, and shutdown, as well as preventive maintenance procedures, piping systems associated with steam heating systems, and steam traps. 32412 Programmable Logic Controllers (from Instrumentation) (7.5 Hours) Enables the trainee to properly describe the general functions, parts, and uses of programmable logic controllers. 32413 High-Voltage Terminations/Splices (10 Hours) Offers an overview of the NEC (R) and cable manufacturer's requirements for high-voltage terminations and splices 32414 Vibration Analysis (5 Hours) Covers the causes for vibration, vibration monitoring programs, vibration test equipment, and how to field balance machines. 32415 Commercial Heating and Cooling Systems (15 Elective Hours) Covers operating principles, safety concerns, piping systems, and service requirements associated with different types of boilers, chillers, chilled water systems, and absorption equipment.show more