Profession chemical mixer
Chemical mixers operate and maintain mixing tanks and blenders in order to develop chemical products out of raw materials, making sure the end products are in conformance to the batch tickets specifications.
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- Fill the mixing tank
Fill the mixing tank with the chemical ingredients, allowing also the water through the valves at the indicated mark on the tank wall.
- Manage delivery of raw materials
Manage reception of raw materials. Receive raw materials from the suppliers. Check for quality and accuracy and move into the warehouse. Make sure that raw materials are adequately stored until they are required by the production department.
- Communicate test results to other departments
Communicate testing information such as testing schedules, samples testing statistics and test results, to the relevant departments.
- Maintain chemical mixers
Tend the equipment and mixers used for chemical substances mixing having as the end products goods used in cleaning, bleaching, finishing carpets or other textiles.
- Transfer chemicals
Transfer the chemical mixture from the mixing tank to the storage tank by turning on the valves.
- Measure chemical substance viscosity
Measure the viscosity of the mixed ingredients by using a viscosimeter.
- Prepare chemical ingredients
Prepare the ingredients according to formula by measuring and weighting the chemical ingredients such as caustic, solvents, emulsions, peroxide.
- Optimise production processes parameters
Optimise and maintain the parameters of the production process such as flow, temperature or pressure.
- Check quality of raw materials
Check the quality of basic materials used for the production of semi-finished and finished goods by assessing some of its characteristics and, if needed, select samples to be analysed.
- Segregate raw materials
Segregate into batches the raw materials to be further processed.
- Write batch record documentation
Write reports on the manufactured batches history taking into account the raw data, tests performed and compliance to GMP of each batch of product.