Primary duties: Move batteries through and out of formation process including testing, acid filling, and make up of lifts for hirise boosting.
Normal Sequence: Operates level selector power belt on exit conveyor to hirate station for storage table being unloaded. Disconnects forming cables. Removes jumpers and pushes batteries out of conveyor table. Removes card for rectifier, records information, and places on one battery being pushed out. May obtain lubrication pump tank and spray gun and spray up lubrication on feed conveyor, storage table, and exit conveyor.
Removes in-process vent and tops off batteries with acid using an immersion topoff machine. Moves batteries into and out of machines, pushing by hand. Required to align remaining batteries in cradle prior to immersion. Gets process or finish vent caps from temporary storage. Responsible for assembling correct process or finish vent caps on all batteries.
Performs OCV check on 100% of batteries before pile hirise. Defective batteries are to be tagged and removed from production.
Get plywood base from temporary storage and position to metal stand. Get short and long wooden uprights from temporary storage to work place.
May lift for slide batteries from conveyor to plywood base, positioning each battery to insure proper polarity. Positions long and short wooden uprights between batteries to properly support batteries stacked ten (10) high. Obtains wire jumpers, connects batteries in series using jumpers. Insures good contact with terminal by giving connector a quarter twist. Tests circuits to insure positive contact.
May keep record of production and rejects.
Additional Duties: May perform other duties as directed to assist in achieving production requirement. Responsible for keeping work area neat and orderly.
High School Diploma
Ability to work 7 days per week/12 hours per day
Stable work history
Must pass background check and preemployment physical
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