Carbon Furnace Operator Helper Job Description Sample
Under general supervision, ensures parts are thermal treated in accordance with written specifications using a variety of thermal processing techniques.
May include, but not limited to the following: Normalizing, Quench and Temper, Stress Relief, Cold Stabilizing and Annealing. Position Accountabilities: 1.
Performs daily PM’s on furnaces. 2. Reviews routers for instructions and follows H-spec procedures. 3. Sets-up furnace, set temperature, and set timer per order specifications. 4.
Weighs count parts prior to, and after heat treat. 5. .Adjusts and controls furnace atmosphere. 6. Documents process events and parameters. 7. Complies with all environmental safe practices and regulations.
Reads all MSDS’ and possesses thorough knowledge of all oil and chemical labeling and storage requirements. 8. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested Position
High school or equivalent MINIMUM EXPERIENCE + 1-2 years SKILLS
Must pass internal certification as a Furnace Operator within 6 months of hire
Good interpersonal communication skills (written and verbal)
Use furnace instrumentation including: temperature controller, carbon controller, timers, strip charts, Alnor gages (dew point)
Follow instructions from routers, specifications LEVEL OF SUPERVISION
None Essential Functions: ACTIVITY (hours per day NEVER 0 hours OCCASIONALLY up to 3 hours FREQUENTLY 3-6 hours CONSTANTLY 6-8+ hours Sitting X Walking X Standing X Bending (neck) X Bending (waist) X Squatting X Climbing X Kneeling X Crawling X Twisting (neck) X Twisting (waist) X Repetitive use of hand X Simple grasp right X Simple grasp left X Power grasp right X Power grasp left X Fine manipulation right X Fine manipulation left X Push & Pull right X Push and pull left X Reach above shoulder X Reach below shoulder X Lifting and carrying requirements of the job: 0 hours up to 3 hours 3-6 hours 6-8+ hours 0-10 lbs.
X 11-25 lbs.
X 26-50 lbs.
X 51-75 lbs.
X 76-100 lbs. X 101 + lbs. X Heaviest item(name & weight) required to carry and the distance to be carried: 60 pounds pan of parts three feet.
Other requirements: YES NO If yes, briefly describe… Driving cars, trucks, and other equipment X Working around equipment and machinery? X Furnaces Exposure to excessive noise?
X Factory noise Exposure to extremes in temperature, humidity or wetness? X 120° summer months Exposure to dust, gas, fumes, or chemicals? X Natural gas, fumes from parts, chemicals, oils Working at heights?
X Operation of foot controls or repetitive foot movement? X Use of special visual or auditory protective equipment? X Face shield, leather apron, fire retardant apron, leather gloves, steel toed shoes, safety glasses, ear protection Other? X Precision Castparts Corp. is an equal opportunity employer committed to recruit, hire, train, and promote in all job categories without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or other status protected by applicable law.
Requisition ID: PCC-US.23616
Batch Furnace Machine Operator - Cherry Valley, IL
Ensures consistent preparation of loads being assembled (rack, bulk layered, etc.) for processing in either the Nitrotec or Pusher furnaces and post heat treat requirements.
- Communicate with previous shift regarding parts being run and any issues.
- Check schedules and with management for work to be run.
- Verify temperatures, cycle times, carbon levels, etc., and document per work instructions.
- Rack, bulk layer baskets as needed for production.
- Perform required quality checks per work instructions.
- Operate forklifts in a safe and efficient manner.
- Maintain a clean and organized work area per housekeeping standards.
- Properly record information on all documents associated with furnace/process.
- Pull samples for lab as needed.
- Troubleshoot furnace problems.
- Perform other duties as may be assigned.
1. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
2. Previous heat treat experience preferred but not required.
3. Must be ale to communicate (read, write, speak) in English; bilingual English/Spanish a plus.
4. Work in temperatures frequently above 100° (F) on all shifts.
5. Must able to move, lift or shift parts or loads up to 55 pounds.
6. Must be able to bend, walk and stand for long periods of time.
7. Must be a self-starter who is aggressive yet personable and willingly accepts responsibility.
FPM offers a wide variety of heat treating processes; serving the needs of over 3,000 customers and meeting the most challenging OEM and Military-Aerospace specifications. We serve all segments of the Greater Midwest manufacturing community including; automotive, construction and agricultural equipment, appliances and consumer products, general construction fasteners and building products, machinery components and tooling.
We have developed a strong niche in providing outsourced heat treating to many companies that previously operated their own internal heat treat operations. These undertakings have involved entire operations, as well as, providing a significant source of back-up/over-flow heat treating capacity.
Furnace Machine Operator
Position/Title: Air Furnace Melter / Bricker Helper
The Air Melt Helper is responsible for the daily activity that involves helping the Melters in Air Melt.
To accomplish this requires skills and knowledge in related areas which may include, but are not limited to the following: small diameter, large diameter, materials/scrap yard. . Moving product or material and use of a fork lift as needed. The Air Melt helper is expected to interact with other departments like production, sales, EH&S, Quality/Lab and/or clients.
The helper is required to work continually in a challenging and fast paced environment. The candidate must be able to adjust priorities quickly, provide unequalled service and work with a sense of urgency.
1. Routinely apply logical thought process to effectively carry out verbal and written instructions in a safe and effective manner.
2. Routinely apply knowledge and skills to troubleshoot and optimize effectiveness of product in the best efficient manner.
3. Routinely deal with multiple job tasks, communicating with other departments and within production. After priorities are determined; the helper will work with the Melter and team members to complete assigned tasks and report completion to the Melter, team leader on duty or assistant production manager if necessary.
4. Routinely identify sources to optimized services in order to better serve the Melters, quality of product and accomplish task with the time frame stipulated.
1. Check the cooling water systems to all the Induction furnaces. Be sure they are all circulating. Do not start the furnace if the cooling systems are not functioning properly. Call the Melter and your team leader on duty.
2. Check furnace linings. Be sure they are in good conditions. Do not start the heat if furnace lining if is not in good condition.
3. Check melting schedule. Be sure all the charges are there. Special attention to instructions given on the proper sequencing of heats and furnace lining requirements such as: Refaced, Wash heat, etc.
4. Check the charge material in every heat. Be sure all the materials listed on the heat sheet are in there. If one or more material is missing, do not charge the heat. Call charge make-up.
5. Follow MELTING PRACTICE RIGOROUSLY:
a. Always use maximum power possible in melting.
b. Do not Super Heat.
c. DO NOT LEAVE FURNACE FULL OF MOLTEN METAL AT HIGH TEMPERATURE WITH POWER ON AT ANYTIME.
d. If you have to leave the melting area and nobody is attending the furnaces, call your team leader on duty and/or shut off all the power.
e. If you have to leave the melting area for a short time (Go to the restroom, weigh additions, take prelim sample to the Lab., etc.) put the furnace at holding power or shut the power off.
f. Take prelim samples as required. Call the lab about 15 minutes before taking the sample so they have time to set up the machine to run prelim.
g. Weigh up prelim additions accurately. Be sure to use the correct material as indicated on the heat sheet. Double check material description and code number.
h. Melt additions properly and adjust molten metal temperature to tap temperature. Check with thermo couple pyrometer.
i. Weigh up Deoxidizer for ladle and / or furnace additions if specified.
j. When tap temperature is attained, shut power off and slag off thoroughly using slax material. Shut power off when tapping material from the furnace to the ladle. Add deoxidizer if required.
k. Blow the whistle and be sure the proper ladle is used (Cobalt base, Nickel base, Iron base, etc.).
l. Remove slag from the ladle using slax material. Check metal temperature in the ladle to be sure the pouring temperature is followed.
m. Tap all metal from the furnace completely.
6. Record all necessary data in the Log Book. Complete necessary paper work required.
7. Keep melting area clean and orderly. Clean up at the end of the shift.
8. Return empty drums and carts to staging area.
Hand loads specified proportions of scrap metal and returns to furnace.Sprinkles fluxing compound on molten metal to bring impurities to the surface.Turns valves to regulate injection of fuel and air into furnace, or moves controls to regulate flow of electricity and water coolant through electrodes to heat furnace to specified temperature.Observes color of metal and instruments such as voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter and pyrometer.Removes crucible containing molten metal from furnace, moves levers to tilt crucible or open crucible door, or breaks clay plug to pour metal into ladle for transportation to molds.Skims slag from surface of molten metal.Transfers molten metal from furnace to teapot ladle.Covers open risers and sprue with hot top as soon as pourers fill a mold.Pours molten metal in sand molds when needed.Cleans furnaces and equipment.Must be able to figure furnace and ladle additions if lead man is not available (vacation or emergency).Be able to do minor repairs i replace furnace leads or hydraulic lines.Inspect inside of furnace after each pour for thin spots in lining and make decision if it is safe to run.Help set up heats and write mold (casting) numbers and quantity poured in the heat.Tag heat with heat number and material.Help shake out heats.Watches melt scrap for quality.Relines furnaces when the linings become unsafe.Insures the tap temperature is correct for the type of metal being poured and for the size and configuration of the casting in the mold.Must operate forklift and skid loader.Responsible for prepour and final coupons for spectrograph analysis.Operates electric hoist to assist in loading or moving materials and products.Performs all work in a safety conscious manner. Be aware of dangers and take all appropriate counter measures to protect yourself and others around you.Wear all PPE that is required.
Ear plugs, respirator, face shield, apron, sleeves, leggings and steel toe boots.Responsible to maintain a clean and safe work area consistent with the Companyis housekeeping policies.Hampton Hydraulics, LLC, dba Seabee, a Ligon Company, recommends the National Career Readiness Certificate. For information on how to obtain this certificate, contact your local IowaWORKS office.
Furnace Operator - Will Train Heat Treat Specialist
Operate Industrial Furnace, heat treat of metal products:
GREAT ATTENDANCE A MUST.
1) Assists FURNACE OPERATOR by performing any combination of following duties: Seals furnace opening with fire clay and firebrick, using paddle and shovel.
2) Charges furnace with materials, such as scrap, ore, flux, reagents, slimes, oxides, pellets, or coke, by moving levers to open bin or hopper gates, by shoveling, or by signaling FURNACE CHARGER or OVERHEAD CRANE OPERATOR to load furnace.
3) Turns valves to force air through tuyeres into molten metal to oxidize impurities.
4) Observes gauges and manipulates controls on panel to admit nitrogen to prevent igniting of magnesium.
- 5) Skims slag from molten metal, using bar, rabble, or ladle.
- 6) Cleans slag from tuyeres to let air flow, using bar, hammer, or pneumatic drill.
- 7) Signals OVERHEAD CRANE OPERATOR, or uses electric hoist, to position ladles or buckets near furnace, and moves levers to tilt furnace into pouring position.
- 8) Scrapes and chips slag, solidified metal, furnace lining, and residue from furnace, using hammer, chisel, and scraper.
- 9) Breaks condensers and defective retorts with sledgehammer for removal to crusher.
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Fraser Manufacturer is looking for a Furnace Operators
- Press Operator background a plus
- Furnace operations including loading and unloading of material
- Complete operation of all furnace equipment
- Wage based on experience
- 2nd and 3rd shift available
Aerospace company seeking energenic trainee or experienced furnace operator. Responsibilities include operating computerized production equipment.
Able to follow detail instructions. Must be able to multi task. 3 shifts available.
Immediate Need For Furnace Operator In Hobby
Job Description Furnace Operators operate or tend furnaces, such as gas, oil, coal, electric-arc or electric induction, open-hearth, or oxygen furnaces, to melt and refine metal before casting or to produce specified types of steel. Weighs out specified amounts of metal Ingots and scrap metal,and charges metal into furnace by hand, using hoist,or by directing crane operator to charge furnace. Loads molten metal Into furnace. Turns valves to regulate Injection of fuel and air into furnace, or moves controls to regulate flow of electricity and water coolant through electrodes to heat furnace to specified temperature. Observes color of meta land Instruments such as voltmeter, ammeter,watt meter, and pyrometer,and adjusts controls to maintain specified temperature. Sprinkles fluxing agent over surface of molten metal to bring impurities to surface, forming layer of slag. Skims off slag. Removes crucible containing molten metal from furnace, moves levers to tllt crucible or open crucible door, or breaks clay plug to pour metal Into ladle for transportation to molds. Removes test sample of molten metal from crucible and pours it into mold. Records data from each melt on form. Positions new electrodes over worn electrodes in electric arc furnace and screws electrodes together. Transports crucible or ladle to pouring station and pours metal into molds
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Heat Treat Furnace Operator - Weekend Day Shift
The primary responsibility of this position is to interpret and operate all the equipment in the department. Incumbent will work under moderate supervision. Responsibilities cited below are considered essential job functions: Principal
Duties & Responsibilities:
Responsible for accurate completion of daily inspection documents, i.e. daily inspection form, first machined piece, QCI-related forms, and Process Control Charts
Read and interpret the “recipe” for the parts being heat treated into the control of all equipment as needed
Schedule and/or mix furnace loads as needed to meet production demands and maximize the throughput of each furnace
Interact with the metallurgical lab to ensure the quality and timely release of the parts produced; Provide clear instructions to the furnace loader
Set up and/or program the computerized parts marking system or hand stamp as needed to properly mark each part according to standard work instructions
Log all appropriate data from the various controls located on each furnace and enter it into the computer according to standard work instructions
Will be required to safely start or recover all equipment as needed regardless if it is a cold start, recovery from a power or equipment failure
Other duties as assigned
- Required being very flexible in their daily job assignments as the incumbent will work 12 hour shifts with a strong desire to work additional hours as needed Skills/
Communication skills, ability to read, write and comprehend instruction
Ability to stand, stoop, bend, walk, reach frequently throughout the workday
Ability to lift items up to 30 lbs without assistance
Knowledge of mathematics, i.e. addition, subtraction and multiplication
Floor walker license preferred
Demonstrated ability to interpret and comprehend plans
Knowledge of operating all equipment
Furnace Operator certificatio
Demonstrated leadership ability self-motivated and self-disciplined
Analytical and problem solving skills
Ability to work well under pressure
- Demonstrated ability to interpret and comprehend plans Working Conditions/Physical
General shop and machine tool noise, dirt, grease, heat and fumes from the operation of machines and equipment. Normal working position is standing or walking through out the plant. The operator will be working in a potentially dangerous environment with hot parts and flammable gases. Some repetitive lifting/moving is required, depending on the daily assignment or tasks being performed. The weight can range anywhere from 1 to 30 lbs in which proper lifting/moving techniques are required. Standard Shift Hours: Friday/Saturday/Sunday: 6am - 6pm Benefits: Paid Time-Off Paid Holidays Medical Insurance with Flexible Spending Account Free Medical Clinic for Employees and Dependents Dental & Vision Insurance Life, STD & LTD Life Assistance Program 401(k)
Belt Furnace Operator
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Responsibilities of the Belt Furnace Operator:
• Regulate all gas flows and belt speeds
• Heat treat various parts
• Load and unload furnace
• Lubricate and package parts
• Pull orders for next shift
• Keep detailed log of all QC results and down time
Requirements of the Belt Furnace Operator:
• Must have a High School Diploma or GED
• Must be able to follow detailed instructions
• Must have a clean criminal background
• Must be able to pass a drug screen
• Must be able to lift 50 lbs
• Must have stable work history
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