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welder helper

  • Inspect parts for surface defects.
  • Unload materials, devices and machine parts, using hand tools.
  • Assemble and position machines, augers, casing pipes, and other equipment, using hand and power tools.
  • Interpret blueprints and drawings to determine specifications and to calculate the materials required.

welder helper

  • Checked for visible defects such as pin holes, bug holes, undercut, and missed bevel.
  • Assisting welder with making sure that the welder has all materials required for welding: rods and grinding discs.
  • Operated tools and equipment including: beveling machine/ band and crawler, cut- off grinders, hammers, torches, magnetic drills, welding machine, and a saw-zall.
  • Cleaned the welds by using the grinder, hand tools, and power brushes.
  • Adjusted the gas mixture and pressure to obtain the perfect flame when making welds.

welder helper / pipefitter helper

  • Shape or cut materials to specified measurements, using hand tools and machines.
  • Pipe and metal fabrication using a buffer and grinder.
  • Assisted welder and pipefitter with the essential project assignments.
  • Cut and bind material.

welder helper

  • Trim, file, grind, deburr, buff, and smooth surfaces, seams, bevels, joints of assembled parts, using hand tools or portable power tools.
  • Visually inspect weld after final pass has been made, determining integrity 
  • Clean and prepare construction sites to eliminate possible hazards
  • Provide assistance to welder, such as monitoring heat on the welding machine to accommodate the environment of the pipe
  • Gather essential tools, welding rods, to preform a specific task according to gas company procedures
  • Confirm pipe is heated to proper temperature before welding begins

welder helper

  • Pre-cut all material for the job.
  • Measure all materials length, width and height to have knowledge of what is in stock for new or current job.
  • Gather adequate tools and materials for the job.
  • Keep check of inventory and purchase when running low or when in need of newer equipment.
  • Scout the location for inclines and declines on the ground to ease loading and unloading of materials. Also to check for possible ways water may flow in case of heavy rain so material does not get submerged under water.
  • Drive from location to work site daily.
  • Park vehicle in the appropriate location to avoid hazards.