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Maintenance Tech (Blow Molding Exp.) - Alsip, IL

Candidate must have a minimum of 3 years of industrial maintenance experience with a demonstrated expertise in the Blow Molding manufacturing processes including hands-on maintenance, repair and troubleshooting of blow-molding Graham wheel equipment, auxiliary equipment, filling station experience, and packaging equipment. RESPONSIBILITIES: Knowledge and hands-on experience with machinery operation and performance of Blow Molding equipment (Graham Wheels Rotary) Responsible for operation of wheel Familiar with Maco program system Production walkthroughs to ensure production of quality product and machine operations to reliable quality standards Assist with daily set-up, maintenance, changeovers and troubleshooting Provide all lubrication and equipment support Hands on experience with pneumatic, hydraulics, cooling systems, gear box units, chains, sprockets, and PLC (Programmable Logic Computers Allen Bradley) Maintain log of all repairs and adjustments made to equipment Auxiliary equipment repair (grinders, conveyors, compressors, vacuum system, blower systems) Experience with trimmers for repair and process monitoring Maximize performance of blow mold equipment (Graham Wheel Rotary) Experience with in-line labeling Preserve blow mold equipment through proper cleaning Full process startup and production management to meet quality specifications Be able to do blender calibrations for each bottle color Be able to change out blow needles, versa valves, knock out rods, etc... Monitor extruder temperatures and add water as needed to maintain Ensure adherence to all required safety and quality standards Responsible for all troubleshooting aspects of equipment within department QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Pass the maintenance proficiency test
  • PM System HIPPO System
  • Fabricating experience ability to weld mig, tig, stick
  • Electrical experience with schematics, AC up to 480 volts, DC voltage, motor controls and system
  • Control panels and motor change upgrades


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