Profession air separation plant operator
Air separation plant operators control and maintain the equipment for nitrogen and oxygen extraction from air, ensuring the required operational parameters of pressure, flow and temperature are met. They perform product purity tests and monitor its transfer to storage tanks or to fill cylinders.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Chemical preservation
Process of adding chemical compounds to a product, such as food or pharmaceutical products, to prevent decay caused by chemical changes or microbial activity.
- Characteristics of chemicals used for tanning
Composition and physico-chemical properties of auxiliary chemicals used in the different tanning processes (tanning agents, fat liquors, pigments, dyes, etc.)
- Basic chemicals
The production and characteristisc of organic basic chemicals such as ethanol, methanol, benzene and inorganic basic chemicals such as oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen.
- Test oxygen purity
Test the purity and the moisture content of the processed oxygen making use of the burette moisture meter.
- Transfer oxygen
Transfer liquid or gaseous oxygen by opening the valves to allow the transfer through the heat exchanger to cool air and store the oxygen in tanks ensuring the specific temperature and pressure parameters are met.
- Control air flow
Control the flow of air through the compression units by turning on the valves in the correct secquence.
- Optimise production processes parameters
Optimise and maintain the parameters of the production process such as flow, temperature or pressure.
- Operate gas extraction equipment
Operate the equipment used for oxygen and nitrogen extraction equipment such as compressors, fractionating columns, heat exchangers and purifying towers.