Fabricates, assembles, services, maintains and tests pneumatic equipment. Can calculate force and motion control systems and is able to follow blueprints and schematics with ISO standard pneumatic symbols. All Technician certifications require a three (3) hour written and a three (3) hour Job Performance (hands on) test. If you’re interested in testing for the PT level certification, registration information can be found here.
- Sets-up and tests systems and components under direction of engineering and scientific staff.
- Recommends modifications to circuit & components to improve performance
- Provides leak free piping.
- Able to establish ISO 8573-1 cleanliness level.
- Can select equipment to provide and maintain ISO cleanliness level.
- Supervises system installation, flushing & commissioning.
- Uses instruments such as calipers & micrometers.
- Understands basic electrical controls and their application.
- Understands ladder logic.
- Reads electronic circuits.
- Able to size air compressor for application.
- Able to assist in compressed air audits.
- Does trouble shooting and supervises required replacements, repair or adjustments.