Profession tyre builder
Tyre builders build pneumatic tyres from rubber components. They operate machines and handtools.
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- Realistic / Conventional
Theoretical and practical applications of the science studying the action of displacements and forces on physical bodies to the development of machinery and mechanical devices.
- Set-up drum for rubber
Set-up the drum for rubber pressing by turning the wheel so that the required circumference and sizes are met.
- Operate drum device
Operate the drums performing the pedal depression to allow drums rotation and winding the plies around the drums in order to build pneumatic tires.
- Inspect worn tyres
Inspect worn tyres in order to determine if they can be retreaded, evaluating the degree of damages such as cracks, cuts or other faults.
- Put adhesive on plies
Put adhesive on plies by operating the cement stick on drum edge.
- Segregate raw materials
Segregate into batches the raw materials to be further processed.
- Form continuous bands
Form continuous bands by cutting the plies at the right splice points and by pressing their ends together.
- Monitor machine operations
Observing machine operations and evaluating product quality thereby ensuring conformity to standards.
- Paint tyres
Paint the completed and cleaned tyres in order to obtain the finished product.
- Operate rollers
Operate the rollers to bond the plies and tread. Set-up the ply stitcher rollers, ensuring they are according to the specified width of stock.
- Operate bead setter
Operate bead setter by activating them in order to press into plies the prefabricated beads.
- Clean tyres
Clean the completed tyres in order to prepare them for painting.
- Manage camelbacks
Manage camelbacks by selecting the appropriate measures, rolling them by hand and cutting them using knives.
- Brush solvent
Brush solvent ensuring adhesion of each ply and strength of tires.