Profession electrolytic cell maker

Electrolytic cell makers create, finish and test concrete electrolytic cells using equipments, tools and concrete mixers.

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Personality Type

  • Realistic / Conventional

Skills

  • Finish concrete sections

    Finish electrolytic cells` concrete sections using grinders or trowels.

  • Maintain moulds

    Clean and repair moulds, e.g. by smoothening out imperfections on the surface.

  • Test concrete

    Test concrete hardness so that it is according to specifications and ready to be removed from moulds.

  • Operate concrete casting machine

    Operate the machine that casts concrete blocks, making sure the finished blocks are according to specifications.

  • Feed concrete mixer

    Feed the concrete mixer with cement, sand, water, rock or other required materials using the shovel, making sure the specifications are met.

  • Clean moulds

    Clean the mould using water, grease or oil, washing and scraping them by hand.

  • Cast concrete sections

    Cast tops and bottoms or other electrolytic cells concrete sections using power tools.

  • Follow safety standards in industrial contexts

    Abide by safety procedures and standards for industrial contexts, mostly where machinery is involved.

  • Mix concrete

    Use compact concrete mixers or various ad-hoc containers such as wheelbarrows to mix concrete. Prepare the correct quantities of cement, water, aggregate and optional added ingredients, and mix the ingredients until an homogenous concrete is formed.

  • Assemble moulds

    Assemble iron moulds using handtools to hoist and bolt sections.

  • Reinforce concrete

    Reinforce concrete by inserting reinforcing steel members.

Optional knowledge and skills

electrical instrumentation engineering electrolytic passivation process cast cell covers test raw minerals manage inventory use welding equipment cast concrete rings apply electrolytes to cathodes and anodes