10+ Years Experience a Senior Mechanical Commissioning Technician, experienced with, Commissioning test work sheets including pre-mechanical energisation, initial energisation, item operations & full system cycle demo testing. Understanding P&ID’s, isometrics and general arrangement drawings. Isolating process plant and equipment. Motor/Pump Alignments using Rotalign Pro. Inspecting static and rotating equipment including pipework, tanks, vessels, heat exchangers, HVAC units, motors, pumps, turbines and compressors including alignments, punch lists and spare requirements. Compiling permits, writing risk assessments and carrying out Dynamic Risk Reviews and Tool Box Talk’s. Mechanically Isolating Systems and Plant Equipment. Fault finding. Hydrostatic and Nitrogen Leak Testing. Breakdowns and shutdown operations. Carrying out repairs on plant and associated equipment involving component replacements e.g. seals, bearings, pulleys, belts. Valve overhauls e.g. packing, seat lapping, skimming plug on a lathe. Plant proof tests. Service line inspections. Working with hydrocarbons, steam, water, acids and compressed air under low and high pressures.
Day Rate $500.00 USD
The Average Day Rate for this Senior Mechanical Commissioning Technician is $500.00 USD per Day. A Standard Contract Working Day is classed as 10 Hours with 1 unpaid Hour for Lunch. Additional allowance is Payable depending on location, which covers, Accommodation, Transport to and from the work site and Daily Allowance for Food, Beverage and Laundry. To estimate your daily team costs select the add this expert to your team. On Completion go to My Completion Team and Complete the Short Enquiry Form and we will do the rest…
Lead Mechanical Commissioning Technician
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Sellafield Ltd – Apprentice Fitter/Technician; Final stages of apprenticeship served at B215 Highly Active Liquor Evaporation & Storage. Gen II Initial stages of apprenticeship spent at Gen II Training Centre. The first four months were spent gaining experience carrying out bench fitting skills. This consisted of hack sawing and filing metal work to given tolerances. Next four months were spent gaining experience carrying out maintenance skills. This consisted of working on pumps, motors and gearboxes, learning the functions and operations of all plant and associated equipment, fault finding and working out solutions. Competency testing was then carried out to demonstrate my ability and learning skills. Further four months were spent gaining engineering and production skills. This consisted of operating milling machines and lathes completing tasks to fine tolerances. I gained experience reading engineering drawings and cross referencing these to my machining tasks so the tasks could be carried out to a highly skilled and professional level whilst adhering to specific tolerances.