Profession hand brick moulder
Hand brick moulders create unique bricks, pipes, and other heat-resistant products using hand moulding tools. They create moulds according to specifications, clean and oil them, insert and remove the mixture from the mould. Then, they let the bricks dry in kiln before finishing and smoothing the end products.
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- Quality standards
The national and international requirements, specifications and guidelines to ensure that products, services and processes are of good quality and fit for purpose.
- Types of pottery material
Types of clays and mud and their appearance, properties, reaction to fire, etc.
- Monitor end-product drying process
Let the end-products to cool and dry during the correct amount of time. If necessary, hasten the drying process using kilns or delay it by allowing water to humidify the products.
- Extract products from moulds
Remove finished products from moulds and examine them in detail for anomalies.
- Prevent casting adhesion
Prevent the casting sticking to the moulds by brushing the mould with oil, hot wax or graphite solution, according to the specification of each casting component.
- Clean moulds
Clean the mould using water, grease or oil, washing and scraping them by hand.
- Remove mixture excess
Remove the extra mixture on top of the mould by using a wire.
- Select mould types
Select the appropriate type and size of mould based on the operation.
- Fill moulds
Fill up moulds with appropriate materials and ingredient mixes.
- Adjust clay burning level
Adjust the temperature of clay baking or burning by operating the valves and the dampers in order to allow specific amounts of gas or oil to be burned.
- Maintain mould parts
Carry out minor repair tasks and maintenance of moulds and mould parts.
Optional knowledge and skillscheck quality of raw materials construct moulds repair mould defects match product moulds various types of sand assemble moulds use personal protection equipment load heavy items on pallets sanding techniques keep records of work progress operate furnace perform product testing form moulding mixture maintain furnace temperature manage different pottery materials stamp refractory products inspect quality of products ensure mould uniformity
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