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  • The Facilities Maintenance Series is intended to provide basic, intermediate, and advanced training onprocesses, procedures, and equipment for both new and experienced employees.©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comBasic Plumbing RepairsClearing Drains• Floor, Sink, and Lavatory DrainsFaucet Repair• Noisy Faucets• Ball-Type Single-Lever and Cartridge-TypeFaucetsPipe Repair & Replacement• Leaking Pipes• Leaking Toilets/UrinalsElectrical MaintenanceBasic Electrical Theory• Electrical Concepts• Electrical CircuitsElectrical Safety Requirementsof the Workplace I• Basic Electrical Safety and Electrical ShockHazards• Safety References• Emergency ResponseElectrical Safety Requirements ofthe Workplace II• Personal Protective Equipment• Lockout/TagoutGrounding Practices• Proper Grounding• Installation and Electrodes• Common Grounding Faults••Overview of Electrical Systems• How the Power Grid Works• Facility Power Distribution Systems andEquipmentInstallation and Repair ofCircuits I• Terminology• Conductors• Circuit Breaker Panels and Load Centers• Conduits and RacewaysInstallation and Repair ofCircuits II• Outlet and Lighting Circuits• Switching Circuits• Feeder vs. Branch CircuitsElectrical Tools and TestEquipment• Common Electrician’s Tools• Standard Test EquipmentCircuit Protection Devices• Circuit Breakers• Safety Switches• Fuse Types and Selection RequirementsElectrical Control Circuits• Control Circuit Diagrams• Control Circuit LogicFacilities Maintenance Series
  • Facilities Maintenance Series©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comMotors I• Motor Terminology• Types of Motors and Functions• Common Motor Control CircuitsMotors II• AC Motor Fundamentals• DC Motor Fundamentals• Motor Troubleshooting and DiagnosticTechniquesFacility Power and ControlTransformers I• Types of Transformers and Functions• Transformer ConnectionsFacility Power and ControlTransformers II• Testing and Replacement of Transformers• Transformer Nameplate DataOverhead Door Controls• Overhead Door System Components• Manual Operation• Lubrication• Limit AdjustmentBasic CarpentryMaintenance andLocksmithingBasic Carpentry Maintenance andLocksmithing• Drywall and Door Repair• LocksHVACHVAC Fundamentals• HVAC Overview• HVAC Systems• HVAC EquipmentBasic HVAC Maintenance• Refrigeration Cycle• Window Mounted Units• Large HVAC SystemsChemical StorageChemical Storage• Safe Chemical Storage• Basic Chemical Segregation• Storage Time LimitsBasic MasonryBasic Masonry• Terminology and Tools• RepairsBasic PreventiveMaintenancePreventive Maintenance• Monitoring• Planning• SchedulingPractices and Procedures I• Grounds
  • Facilities Maintenance Series©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.com• Interior/Exterior Lighting and Electrical• Interior and ExteriorPractices and Procedures II• HVAC• VehiclesBoilers and Controls• Steel and Cast Iron Boilers• Steam and Condensate Boiler System• Hydronic (Hot Water) Boiler SystemBoiler System• Major Components• Boiler Room Terminology•Boiler Blowdown• Types of Blowdown• Blowdown Procedure• Water QualityCombustion Fundamentals• Combustion Process• Physical Combustion Requirements• Burners and ControlsBoiler Operation• System Startup• Steam and Hot Water Control Settings• Operation• System ShutdownSafety Valves, Safety Relief Valves,and Temperature/Pressure ReliefValves•• Valve Applications• Boiler System Controls• Common ControlsBoiler Management ControlSystems• Circuit and Interlock Controls• Sequence of Operation• Burner Shutdown• Flame Loss Sequence• Troubleshooting• Basic Flame Safeguard SystemWeldingProperties and Uses of Metals• Metal Properties• Mechanical Properties• Metal Types•Basic Heat Treatment I• Heat-Treating Theory• Stages of Heat Treatment• Types of Heat TreatmentBasic Heat Treatment II• Quenching Media• Heat Colors for Steel
  • Facilities Maintenance Series©2011 Technology Transfer Services, Inc. All rights reserved.14497 N. Dale Mabry Hwy., Suite 120 • Tampa, Florida 33618 • (813) 908-1100 Fax (813) 908-1200www.techtransfer.comWelding Fundamentals I• Welding Terminology• Drawings• Safety• Expansion and ContractionWelding Fundamentals II• Welding Procedures• Welding Processes• Welding Joint Design• Welding PositionsSoldering, Brazing, Braze Welding,and Wearfacing• Soldering• Brazing and Braze Welding• Wearfacing Steel and Cast Iron Boilers• Steam and Condensate Boiler System• Hydronic (Hot Water) Boiler System