Perform manual metal arc welding (MMAW) welding also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) for a range of standard welding job requirements. This is for a skilled welder who can weld different materials (carbon steel- low alloy steel and austenitic stainless steel) in all positions. The welder can prepare various joints including groove- corner- butt and fillet welds.The welder can set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
Deliver breakdown service for a range of mechanical equipment. It also involves identifying customer requirements; decision making on the need for repair- replacement or modification; communication with the customer on the course of action required; applying maintenance engineering techniques to equipment or component modification or repair; planning for spares based on probability of failure/wear & tear and criticality of the component/machine for production and carrying out Root Cause Analysis for repeated/long breakdowns to find out a permanent solution.
It also involves technical ability to understand various machine/foundation drawings- surveying the site- checking of foundation wherever required- facilitating foundation load tests if required- taking necessary clearances organizing the movement of equipment to be installed- including safe unloading of machine part near site- and performing the leveling- aligning and coupling- the connection of sub-assemblies- and the alignment and connection to external units- such as power supplies- hydraulic and pneumatic assemblies- etc. Carrying out tests (wherever required) as per standards prescribed
It involves obtaining clearance to carry out the commissioning activities- running equipment at reduced power and speed/ flow to check for leaks- etc. and checking for correct functioning; loading incrementally- making dry run- making machine ready for actual job prove out and making any necessary adjustments to achieve the specification parameters.
It involves pre-setting the electrodes in tooling cartridges/holders- positioning electrode cartridges/holders in correct position- checking specific tool number or technology setting in the operating program- entering all relevant tooling data to the operating program- saving changes to program.
It involves selecting the appropriate workholding devices- and mounting and positioning them to the machine in the correct location for the type of operation to be carried out. It also involves selecting the appropriate electrodes to use- check them for defects- and mount and secure them to the relevant parts of the machine and perform machining operations.
The course on ‘Sheet Metal Worker’ is meant for a trainee who aspires to become a professional sheet metal fabricator. After successful completion of this course the trainee shall be able to perform the following skills: 1. Selects sheet of required type, thickness (gauge) and size and mark it with scriber, square, divider, foot rule etc., according to drawing or sample. 2. Shears wherever necessary by machine or hand shear and make it to required shape and size by bending, seaming, forming, riveting, soldering etc., using mallets, hammers, formers, sets, stakes, etc., or by various operations such as shearing, bending, beading, channelling , circle cutting. 3. Performs soldering, brazing 4. Makes sheet metal articles according to drawing or sample. 5. Makes ducts, cabins and panels 6. Undertakes Aluminium frame works 7. Undertake repair work. 8. Work in different sheet metals such as tin, copper, brass.
It involves using appropriate tools and equipment to mark out the material for a range of features to be produced, using hand tools, portable power tools and simple machines to produce a variety of shapes, profiles and forms, producing simple sheet metal assemblies, using self-secured joints, thermal methods or mechanical fastening devices, inspecting the components after polishing operations and correcting faults.
A trainee attending the course on ‘Sheet Metal Worker (Panels, Cabins &Ducts)’ makes sheet metal articles according to drawing or sample. The trainee shall be able to make it to the required shape and size by bending, seaming, forming, riveting, soldering etc., using mallets, hammers, formers, sets, stakes, etc., or by various machines such as shearing, bending, beading, channeling, circle cutting machines.
Perform stud welding to secure studs and pins to metal surfaces to attach materials such as boilers surfaces- insulation and refractories. This can be done through manual processes or with machines in downward position. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the specification documents.
Perform mechanized submerged arc welding (SAW) operations for a range of standard welding job requirements and weld different materials (carbon steel- aluminum and stainless steel) in 1G & 2G positions. The welder can prepare various joints including corner- butt- fillet and tee. Set-up and prepare for operations interpreting the right information from the WPS.
It involves dismantling removing and replacing a range of instruments and faulty peripheral components down to unit and component level- setting up test equipment- troubleshooting components of instruments- caliberating them and also preparing service reports and accurately documenting parts replacement and repair.
A trainee attending the course on ‘TIG welder’ joins metal pieces such as Steel, Stainless steel, or Aluminium using a TIG welding. The trainee shall be able to produce “T” joint on MS, Square butt, Tee and Corner joints on SS and Aluminium sheet, and Single “V” butt joint on Aluminium sheet, by TIG welding. The trainee shall be able to carry out welding of SS by TIG welding with back purging Technique.
It involves identifying the various operations required to make the tool or die and further sequence the same. Organise for these operations to be performed either by self or others. Must have a complete understanding of all the processes and operations required for tool and die making.