|Contract Type||Fixed Term Contract|
|Introduction||Sandblasting strips a surface of dirt, rust, old paint, and grease, and prepares it for refinishing and repair using pneumatic, electrical, or mechanical equipment.|
|Specification||· Uses abrasive blasting equipment to remove paint, grease, tar, rust, and dirt. The sandblaster’s control of the pressure and direction of the abrasive material is vital for preventing surface damage and injury to co-workers. The sandblaster is responsible for shovelling or pouring sand, grit, or other abrasive material into the machine, and monitoring and maintaining an adequate supply of the abrasive in the hopper.
· Masks specific areas of object to protect from abrading action.
· Loads parts on racks in enclosed rooms, into tumbling barrels, or into cabinets.
· Tums valves on equipment to regulate pressure and composition of abrasive mixture flowing through nozzle or into tumbling barrel.
· Starts equipment that directs blast or flow of abrasive-faded compressed air, gas, or liquid over surface of parts.
· Manually directs nozzle over surface of large parts or insert arms through glove-fitted cabinet openings and manipulates small parts under nozzle for specified interval.
· May examine finished parts to ensure conformance to specifications.
· May be designed by type of equipment or abrasive used as Cabinet-Abrasive Sandblaster, Short blaster.
|Requirements||· Must have worked with Sand & Grit Blasting before.
· High school diploma.
· Previous sandblasting experience or training.
· Experience working with or removing heavy metals a plus.
· Physical stamina.
· Familiarity with power tools.
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