Optimise all mechanical maintenance activities, to ensure the proper maintenance of all technical installations, tools and utilities.
- Diagnosing and rectifying hydraulic and pneumatic system breakdowns.
- Refurbishing worn or damaged hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.
- Evaluating repairs and breakdowns.
- Executing measurements of process parameters.
- Identifying faults in the field hydraulic and pneumatic system on production lines.
- Analysing and solving malfunctions on the operating system.
- Fine-tuning of the machines to optimise the product flow.
- Optimising the hydraulic and pneumatic system and inspection devices, to ensure a high-quality product.
- Ensuring the efficiency and continuity of machinery and equipment of the production line.
- Carrying out periodical and preventive maintenance of the operating system, according to the maintenance plan.
- Preventing future hydraulic and pneumatic problems to occur, by performing scheduled maintenance, in line with the maintenance plan.
- Performing daily check-ups to make sure that all machines work fine and to minimise the downtime of the production lines.
- Checking connections of machinery and equipment (e.g. motors, sensors, pumps and compressors).
- Using measuring and diagnostic devices to evaluate the working and control of hydraulic and pneumatic components.
- Inspecting and cleaning the hydraulic and pneumatic systems, fans and fan filters.
- Carrying out periodic hydraulic and pneumatic maintenance work, based on the daily planning provided by the Mechanical Section Supervisor.
- Adjusting machines and replace old pneumatic and hydraulic components according to its specifications.
- Performing installation of hydraulic and pneumatic fitting works
- Identifying opportunities for improvement to secure a smooth and trouble-free operation of machines.
- Performing improvements projects on existing lines and test the functionality of the machines.
- Conducting maintenance on building utilities.
- Solving complex machine breakdowns to minimise production downtimes.
- Reading technical drawings, manuals and machine instructions.
- Locating the root cause of the problem by examining the machine and performing measurements and tests.
- Interpreting the measured values and determining the best repair method.
- Repairing or replacing parts with (hand) tools and rectifying faults in pneumatic and hydraulic part of machines.
- Request assistance in case of complex breakdowns.