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- Installs complete piping systems in accordance with drawings, using materials of construction specified in instructions
- Installs plastic-lined, glass-lined, and other fragile pipe and fittings. Must support and hand such pipe and fittings and make up joints so they are leak free.
- Lays out angle cuts where pipe runs are to be joined at angles by welding.
- Installs valves, fittings, gages and meters and accessories in piping systems in accordance with accepted practices as to position, by-passes, direction of flow and locations.
- Repairs valves and traps by disassembling on the job or in the shop and replacing or repairing worn or broken parts.
- Replaced corroded or worn out pipe, fittings and valves. Repacks valves and pumps and adjusts mechanical seals and packing.
- Tools used are pipe wrenches, adjustable wrenches, pliers, hammers, screw drivers and chisels, and any tools common to the pipefitting trade.
- Material used is cast and malleable iron, porcelain, glass and glass lined, carbon and alloy steel and all fittings and accessories to this group.
- Equipment used is pipe and bolt threading and cutting machinery, electric drills, power hacksaws and chain blocks, and so on.
- Prepares a list of material for each job and requisitions the required material from Mechanical Stores.
- Disposes of all scrap metals and discarded parts by separating and depositing in scrap metal collection areas as appropriate.
- Maintains a good state of housekeeping and repair in the general shop work area.
- Performs miscellaneous duties as assigned.