Industrial Equipment Maintenance Schools

Industrial Equipment Maintenance programs typically combine on-the-job or practical, hands-on training with classroom instruction. They are often sponsored by local trade unions. Some programs are offered by community colleges or machinery manufacturers. Students focus on learning to operate, disassemble, repair, and assemble different types of industrial machinery and equipment. They also study subjects such as blueprint reading, shop mathematics, welding, computers, and electronics.

There are many areas of specialization within the area of industrial equipment maintenance. Students may choose to focus on pipefitting and the basic installation and maintenance of industrial piping systems. They may specialize in fluid power, learning basic concepts of pneumatics and hydraulics, with a focus on prime movers and controls. They may decide to study electrical installation procedures, including construction problems, troubleshooting, and preventative maintenance.

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