Profession Cooling or freezing installer or mechanic
Refrigeration or airconditioning equipment erectors install industrial and commercial refrigerating systems and a variety of refrigeration equipment.
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Tasks cooling or freezing installer or mechanic
- Prepare work activities, e.g. read and interpret blueprints and specifications, and gather the appropriate tools and materials.
- Preassemble refrigeration systems, for example by pre-treating pipes and installing switch boxes.
- Finish (parts of) refrigeration systems, for example by installing re-encasings.
- Assemble structural and functional components of refrigeration systems using a variety of tools and techniques.
- Connect and install structural and functional components of refrigeration systems.
- Put refrigeration systems into operation (e.g. charge with refrigerant, adjust the thermostat and pressure control).
- Observe and test system operation using relevant tools and instruments.
- Dismantle (parts of) refrigeration systems.
- Register relevant information, for example by completing a log book or forms.
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