HVAC 211 Refrigeration II
Prerequisites: HVAC 103 and INDT 113.Continues the study of air conditioning and refrigeration with further study of compressors, metering devices,system charging,refrigerant recovery,equipment installation and an introduction to troubleshooting procedures [electrical,mechanical and refrigeration].Includes clean-up proce- dures following compressor burnout and analysis of how a single problem affects the rest of the system.Introduces electrical control systems and electrical motor basics as they apply to air conditioning
and refrigeration including motor types,starting components,and
motor troubleshooting basics. HVAC 212 Advanced HVAC Controls
Prerequisites: INDT 113.Covers control systems beyond ordinary resi- dential and single zone commercial applications.Includes solid state controls,0-10 volt DC and 4-20 milliamp control signals,zoning con- trols, modulating controls,low ambient controls,heat recovery and energy management controls,economizer controls,3-phase motor protection modules,variable frequency drives [VFDs],remote sensing electronic thermostats,electronically commutated DC motor control, Direct Digital Control [DDC] systems,multiple-stage heating/cooling controls,PLC control of HVAC/R equipment and pneumatic controls.
HVAC 213 Sales and Service Management
Prerequisites: None.Encompasses the use of blueprints,specifi cations,application data sheets,bid forms and contracts in estimat- ing materials and labor in the HVAC business.Includes advertising, direct labor,indirect labor,overhead,warranty costs,taxes,permits, subcontracts,margins,mark-ups and profi t.Provides students with
the opportunity to estimate service contracts and study service organization,service procedures,record keeping,parts inventory
control,and liability insurance. HVAC 214 Applied Design
Prerequisites:None.Provides students with the opportunity to
design and lay out complete HVAC systems. HVAC 220 Distribution Systems
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 044 or MATH 015.Covers methods used in calculating building heat loss and gain plus how to use this data in sizing equipment and duct systems for residential and light commercial applications.Includes discussion of methods to reduce building heating/cooling loads,air flow princi- ples, air delivery system design methods,and introduces using a
psychrometric chart to solve air mixture problems. HVAC 271 HVAC Service Projects
Prerequisite:Advisor Approval. This course will focus on two projects (or more depending on the time involved) directly related to the HVAC trades. Students will work around other tradesmen of the
field. We will incorporate into the class the principles of Service Learning and Civic Responsibility.
HVAC 272 EPA Refrigerant Certification Course 1 Credit Prerequisite:None. This course will prepare a student to take an EPA
approved refrigerant certification course. IMTC 106 Millwright I
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess- ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 044 or MATH 015. Introduces the proper use of hand and power tools and measuring instruments in carpentry,blacksmithing,rigging and equipment, machinist and general shop.Includes structural steel and fabricating
terms. IMTC 107 Preventative Maintenance
Prerequisites:None.Introduces the major purpose of preventive maintenance:to save time and to cut costs.The course will study goals such as,reducing losses,improving product quality,boosting production efficiency,and increasing profits.Includes an introduction to sound planning,effective scheduling,competent inspection,con- trol and actions at the worksite,and follow-up reporting.Lab proj- ects will be designed to organize materials,tool control,transporta-
tion of equipment,sizing up labor requirements. IMTC 108 Measure and Calibration
Prerequisites: INDT 113.Provides instruction in the purpose,function and application of oscilloscopes and related instruments.
IMTC 110 Coupling and Alignment
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assess-
ment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 044 or MATH 015. Introduces the concepts of correct alignment of industrial process machinery.Provides instruction in troubleshooting and repair of cou-
pled machines. IMTC 111 Rigging
Prerequisites:None.Introduces the proper techniques of moving industrial machinery and equipment.Emphasis is placed on proper installation,inspection,safety requirements,and load calculations.
IMTC 112 Sheet Metal Layout and Design
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 040 or MATH 015.Examines the procedures used to layout sheet metal compo- nents. Presents the proper use of hand and machine tools to fabri-
cate sheet metal projects. IMTC 121 Industrial Safety
Prerequisites:None.Introduces occupational safety and health stan- dards and codes with emphasis on applications of codes to typical work situations and MSDS requirements.Includes emergency first aid,safety protection,eye protection and chemicals handling.Covers
employer and employee rights as well as violations,citations,penal-
ties, variances,appeals and record keeping. IMTC 122 Electrical Wiring Fund/NEC Codes
Prerequisites: INDT 113.Introduces the student to the National Electrical Code and its application in designing and installing electri- cal circuits,selecting wiring materials and devices,and choosing wiring methods.Includes electrical safety,terminology,interpreta- tion of electrical symbols used in construction blueprints,branch cir- cuit layout,over current protection,conductor sizing,grounding,GFCI & AFCI protection,tool usage,and material/device selection.
IMTC 271 Industrial Electrical Troubleshooting3 Credits Prerequisite:INDT 113. This course presents methods and tech- niques for troubleshooting appliances,motors,motor controls,relay wiring,residential wiring,commercial wiring,and industrial wiring.
INDT 101 Shop Mathematics
Prerequisites:None.Provides a review of basic operations with num- bers, fractions and decimals as a basic foundation.It presents the range of practical mathematics that every machinist is expected to use in the classroom and later in the shop in the creation and main- tenance of tools,fixtures and industrial devices.The last group of practical topics applies math to special calculations as:taper angles,
gearing ratios,gearing systems,and cutting speeds and feeds. Included are applications that three dimensional in nature such as angled holes and surfaces that are utilized concepts found in solid
geometry and trigonometry. INDT 102 Introduction to Print Reading
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 040 or MATH 015.Provides an introduction to reading and interpreting machine shop symbols,welding blueprints and working drawings used in trades and crafts.Focuses on dimension,shape,fabrication and assembly.Applies basic mathematics to the solution of print and
performance problems. INDT 103 Motors and Motor Controls
Prerequisite:INDT 113.A general understanding of common types of electric motors,extending from the small shaded pole fan motors to the large three-phase motors. Topics covered will include motor theo- ry, magnetism and how it affects motor rotation,motor starting com- ponents and protective devices for motor circuits. Heat dissipation from a motor,motor slippage,how they are wired to obtain different speeds,and how capacitors affect a motor circuit will be included.
INDT 104 Fluid Power Basics
Prerequisites:Demonstrated competency through appropriate assessment or earning a grade of“C”or better in MATH 040 or MATH 015.Introduces fluid power principles and components.Teaches basic