- Pryor, OK, USA
- Full Time
At AMERICAN Castings we specialize in gray and ductile iron castings. We are a member of the AMERICAN family of iron and steel manufacturers that together has a collective total of more than 500 years of manufacturing experience. The family originated with and was founded as AMERICAN Cast Iron Pipe Company in Birmingham, Alabama in 1905.
We have a wide range of customers and serve diverse markets such as agriculture, construction, energy, mining, and waterworks with in-depth expertise in each field. Our proficiency in engineering and metallurgy, rigorous maintenance and reliability practices and being vigilant about continuous improvement and productivity initiatives helps keep our customers with us year after year and enables us to deliver a quality product at a competitive price.
*SAFETY SENSITIVE POSITION*
Performs final inspection of castings, marking the correct information on casting and necessary forms. Read process card for instructions. Lift castings for inspections (hoist may be used). Visually check inner and outer surfaces for any defect or imperfection, attention to detail is critical. Grind off small imperfections and use glazing putty when needed. Use digital caliper, Brinell hardness tester, Brinell scope, forklift and hoists. Record on permanent record all pertinent information from castings. Use forklift to move castings, pallets, etc. Have a working knowledge of fractions, basic computer functions and blueprints. Evaluate and mark areas for repair or to be scrapped. This position may be classified as a lead person which will perform job duties as assigned. Keep work area clean and orderly. Know safety rules that apply to the safety of others and to personal safety. Report malfunction of equipment to proper authority and non-conformances and concerns to proper authority. Perform other work as instructed by supervisor.
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