Profession electrolytic cell maker
Electrolytic cell makers create, finish and test concrete electrolytic cells using equipments, tools and concrete mixers.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- 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.