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Manufacturing (2009)
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1.) Explain linear and rotary motion as it relates to industrial systems.

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2.) Define the mechanics of motion, including work, energy, and power as related to industrial systems.

•  Explaining mechanical advantages, including the use of levers and incline planes
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3.) Explain Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) requirements, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations.

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4.) Explain properties of grease and oil related to industrial systems.

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5.) Explain how to select lubricants related to industrial systems.

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6.) Demonstrate use of lubrication equipment to apply lubricants to gears, bearings, and chains.

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7.) Identify ball, roller, thrust, guide, flanged, and take-up bearings.

•  Explaining applications for selected bearings
Manufacturing (2009)
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8.) Identify types and sizes of plastic, copper, and ferrous metal pipes.

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9.) Explain precautions to be taken when installing piping.

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10.) Demonstrate cutting, bending, joining, and insulating copper and plastic piping according to specifications provided.

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11.) Demonstrate safety precautions for the installation, operation, and maintenance of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment.

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12.) Demonstrate manual and machine pipe threading techniques to join lengths of metal pipe.

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13.) Describe methods used to join piping systems.

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14.) Identify types and uses of piping systems, including the system of color-coding.

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15.) Explain thermal expansion related to piping systems.

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16.) Identify coupling types.

Examples: rigid, flexible

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17.) Describe applications for selected rigid and flexible couplings.

•  Demonstrating installation and removal of couplings
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18.) Explain various applications for selecting belts and chain drive types relative to industrial systems.

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19.) Describe various types, actuation methods, and application methods for selected clutches and brakes.

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20.) Explain procedures for mounting and lubrication of open and closed gears.

•  Describing factors that contribute to failure of open and closed gears.
Manufacturing (2009)
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21.) Explain applications for open and closed gears.

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22.) Explain compressed air theory relative to industrial maintenance.

•  Defining units of pressure and volume
•  Defining the properties of gases, including isothermic, isobaric, isochoric, and standard volume
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23.) Explain pressure and flow including Bernoulli's principle.

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24.) Identify types of air compressors and compressor accessories.

Examples: reciprocating, rotary, air receivers, inlet filter

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25.) Explain air humidity and air dehydration, including aftercoolers and air dryers.

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26.) Describe the operation and function of various actuators.

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27.) Describe various valve functions, types, and operations involved in industrial manufacturing.

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28.) Demonstrate concepts of circuit design, including cylinder controls.

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