Backed with a state-of-the-art infrastructure, we have been able to cater the precise needs of our valuable customers in the most efficient. Well-equipped with latest machinery, our infrastructure is known for its large production capacity. By using advanced and cutting-edge machinery, our professionals manufacture the offered range as per the industry set norms and regulations.
- 1. Regulate or shut down equipment during emergency situations, as directed by operational procedures.
2. Start pumps to wash and rinse reactor vessels, to exhaust gases and vapours, to regulate the flow of oil, gas, air, to equipments and to add products to converter or blending vessels.
3. Turn valves to regulate flow of products or by-products through agitator tanks, storage drums, or neutralizer tanks.
4. Contact with technical and supervisory personnel to report or resolve conditions affecting safety, efficiency, and product quality.
5. Ensure safety during plant operations.
6. Direct workers engaged in operating machinery that regulates the flow of materials and products.
7. Inspect operating units such as hot air generator, scrubbers, condensers, control panel and reactor to ensure that all are functioning, and to maintain maximum efficiency.
8. Repair and replace damaged equipment.
9. Supervise the cleaning of reactors, strainers, and pipelines.
10. Calculate material requirements or yields according to formulas.
11. Control or operate chemical processes or systems of machines, using panel boards, control boards, or semi-automatic equipment.
12. Draw samples of products, and conduct quality control tests in order to monitor processing, and to ensure that standards are met.
13. Gauge tank levels, using calibrated rods.
14. Interpret chemical reactions visible through sight glasses or on television monitors, and review laboratory test reports for process adjustments.
15. Monitor recording instruments, flow meters, panel lights, and other indicators, and listen for warning signals, in order to verify conformity of process conditions.
16. Move control settings to make necessary adjustments on equipment units affecting speeds of chemical reactions, quality, and yields.
17. Notify maintenance, stationary-engineering, and other auxiliary personnel to correct equipment malfunctions and to adjust power, Hot air, water, or air supplies.
18. Inspect work areas to ensure that materials in reactors and vessels are not in danger of overflowing.
19. Record operating data such as process conditions, test results, pressure and instrument readings.
20. Understand and use the safety equipments and procedures.
21. Inspection, installation and commissioning of process, electrical and mechanical components.
Recruiter Name:Neha Dixit