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Industry

607 Industrial Maintenance

koneenasennus ja kunnossapito kimmo tielinen etelä karjalan ammattiopisto 2
Image: Skills Finland / Markku Heikkilä

Competition Coordinators

 

  mr. Anssi Mikkola
  Salpaus Further Education
  anssi.mikkola(at)salpaus.fi
  tel. +358 503 051 019

 

 

   

mr. Tommi Backman
Salpaus Further Education
tommi.backman(at)salpaus.fi
tel. +358 447 081 338

Finalists

 607 Koneenasennusja-kunnossapito Jesse Heikkilä netti

Jesse Heikkilä
Saimaan
ammattiopisto
Sampo

607 Koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Matti Lehtonen netti

Matti Lehtonen
Saimaan
ammattiopisto
Sampo

607 Koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Ville Mankki netti

Ville Mankki
Saimaan
ammattiopisto
Sampo

607 Koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Juuso Kunttu netti

Juuso Kunttu
Saimaan
ammattiopisto
Sampo

 607 Koneenasennus ja kunnossapito Jyri Rahkola netti

Jyri Rahkola
Ylä-Savon
ammattiopisto

607 Koneenasennus ja kunnossapito Tuomas Tikkanen netti

Tuomas Tikkanen
Ylä-Savon
ammattiopisto

607 koneenasennus ja kunnossapito juho valtanen Ulvila netti

Juho Valtanen
Satakunnan
koulutuskunta-
yhtymä

607 koneenasennus ja kunnossapito erkki koskela Ulvila netti

Erkki Koskela
Satakunnan
koulutuskunta-
yhtymä

 607 Koneenasennus ja kunnossapito Verne Hartikainen netti

Verne Hartikainen
Tampereen
seudun
ammattiopisto

607 Koneenasennus ja kunnossapito Niko Kähärä netti

Niko Kähärä
Tampereen
seudun
ammattiopisto

607 koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Leevi Eskelinen netti

Leevi Eskelinen
Pohjois-Karjalan
ammattiopisto

607 koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Juhani Lautanen netti

Juhani Lautanen
Pohjois-Karjalan
ammattiopisto

Juha Kuiri / Pohjois-Karjalan ammattiopisto
Henri Stranden / Pohjois-Karjalan ammattiopisto

The Guest Competitors

 607 Koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Joost Bastings netti

Joost Bastings
ROC Leeuwenborgh
Netherlands

607 Koneenasennus-ja-kunnossapito Ricardo Dirix netti

Ricardo Dirix
ROC Leeuwenborgh
Netherlands

Overall Description of the Skills Area

In the competition of industrial maintenance the competitors carry out tasks of machine installation as well as mechanical maintenance. The competition is based on the Finnish national curriculum of vocational qualification in metalwork and machinery 2010. (http://oph.fi/download/140429_vocational_qualification_in_metalwork_and_machinery_2010.pdf) More specific skills requirements are those of both Mechanical fitter and Maintenance fitter.

The competitors will recieve all equipment, tools, drawings as well as instructionsneeded to carry out the tasks. Out of the compulsory modules for all in the curriculum the following skills will be emphasized: basic workmanship, measuring skills, installationskills and understanding the drawings.

Form of Competition

The form of the competition is pair competition.

Competence requirements

Competition tasks are actual working life tasks. Level of difficulty is based on Excellent (3) assessment in the national curriculum of Mechanical fitter and Maintenance fitter. Special requirements for young workers will be carefully observed.

Competition tasks

Competition tasks at the finals and time allotted to perform them

Competition tasks

The main task of assembling, installing and commissioning an industrial gear motor will be carried out during the first two days.In addition, during these two days each pair will receive an acute alarm task including troubleshooting and correctioning of industrial equipment. The task for the third day is troubleshooting and correctioning of industrial robot environment.

Days one and two (7h + 7h)

Task 1: Assembly of industrial gear

Competitors will assemble an industrial gear as per technical drawings and parts lists. Guidelines for the task will be given at the competition area prior to the task. Each pair will be supplied with their own gear, hand tools and written documentation needed for completion of the task. Task 1 will give 40% of total points in the competition.

Task 2: Installation and startup of industrial gear motor

Competitors will set their assembled industial gear on a stand and engage it with an electric motor by coupling.  They will perform startup and trial run with their gear motor. Guidelines for the task will be given at the competition area prior to the task. Each pair will be supplied with their own equipment and written documentation needed for completion of the task. Task 2 will give 35% of total points in the competition.

Task 3: Maintenance

Troubleshooting and correction of industrial gear. Task 3 will give 10% of total points in the competition.

Day three (3h)

Task 4: Troubleshooting 

Troubleshooting and correction of malfunctioning automation equipment. Malfunctioning may involve components such as cylinders, directional control valves, limit switches, proximity sensors and optical sensors. Task 4 will give 5% of total points in the competition.

Assessment

The judges will assess each competition pair with a predetermined scoring table. Each task will be assessed separately. Maximum total points for the competition is 100 pts. Scores will be input to CIS system, which will give final ranking for the competition. The scores will be announced on a daily basis. In case the competitor endangers himself or others or usesprohibitedmethods, he may be suspended or disqualified.

Areas of assessment

Task 1, 40 points (40%)

  • scheduling the work and following the schedule, working methods, understanding the drawings, using auxiliary literature, problem solving, quality of work, functionality of assembled equipment.

Task 2, 35 points (35%)

  • scheduling the work and following the schedule, working methods, understanding the drawings, using auxiliary literature, problem solving, quality of work, functionality of assembled equipment.

Task 3, 10 points (10%)

  • problem solving, working methods, quality of work, functionality of repaired equipment.

Task 4, 5 points (5%)

  • problem solving, working methods, quality of work, functionality of repaired equipment.

Safety at work, ergonomics, sustainable development, entrepreneurship, 10 points (10%)

  • co-operative skills, partition of work between partners, use of protective equipment, working positions, tidiness, optimization of materials,

Description of carrying out the assessment

Most of the assessment is objective, e.g. precision requirements and correct assembly. Subjective assessment includes non-measureable things such as safety at work, tidiness, problem solving, result of work, use and recycling of materials and general assessment of work.

Materials and tools at the competition site

Each competitor will be provided with protective clothing, goggles, hearing protector

Equipment available at the competition site

Each competitor pair will be provided with a workbench and other necessary furniture as well as all necessary tools and material.

Materials and equipment the competitors must bring along

Competitors bring along ID and safety footwear. Use of personal goggles and hearing protector is permitted.

Competition schedule

Tuesday 8.4.2014

8.30 – 17.00 competition day 1
12:20 – 13:20 lunch

Wednesday 9.4.2014

8.30 – 17.30 competition day 2
12:20 – 13:20 lunch

Thursday 10.4.2014

8.30 – 13.00 competition day 3
13:00 – 14:00 lunch
15.00 – 16.00 prize-giving at competition site
16.00 – 17.00 the medalists are guided to gather on the main straight at the Arena

Judges

Seppo Rekola, Head judge / SEW-Eurodrive Oy
Marko Paakkunainen / SEW-Eurodrive Oy
Matti Muikku / Orfer Oy
Toni Taljavaara / Orfer Oy
Tommi Hakonen / Würth Oy
Hannu Huohvanainen / Pohjois-Karjalan Ammattiopisto
Janne Huhtala / Turun Ammatti-instituutti
Veikko Koivukangas / Turun Ammatti-instituutti
Matti Kovalainen / Tampereen seudun Ammattiopisto
Kristian Rintala / Lahden Ammattikorkeakoulu
Reima Karjalainen / Valmet Technologies Oy

Steering group

Anssi Mikkola, organizer / Salpaus Further Education
Tommi Backman, organizer / Salpaus Further Education
Seppo Rekola, Head judge / SEW-Eurodrive Oy
Marko Paakkunainen / SEW-Eurodrive Oy
Matti Muikku / Orfer Oy
Tommi Hakonen / Würth Oy
Hannu Huohvanainen / Pohjois-Karjalan Ammattiopisto
Veikko Koivukangas / Turun Ammatti-instituutti
Janne Huhtala / Turun Ammatti-instituutti
Rauno Nikkilä / EduSampo
Susanna Kankaanranta / EduSampo

Partners

SEW-Eurodrive Oy
Orfer Oy
Würth Oy
Pohjois-Karjalan Ammattiopisto (North Karelia municipal education and training consortium)
Turun Ammatti-instituutti (Turku Vocational Institute)
EduSampo
Tampere Vocational College
Lahti University of Applied Sciences

Yhteistyössä

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Metalliliitto painokelpoinen netti

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Valmet-nettiin

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Turun ammatti-instituutti verkkoon

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