Torch Cutters needed in New Orleans
Must be able to pass drug
Must have tools
Must have transportation
Cuts, trims, or scarfs metal objects to dimensions, contour, or bevel specified by blueprints, layout, work order, or oral instructions, using thermal-cutting equipment.
Lifts positions work piece onto table, manually or using jib or crane.
Connects hoses from torch to oxygen tank fuel gas tank, like acetylene or propane.
Selects torch tip, gas pressures, speed of cut, and allows for width of cut, according to thickness type of metal as computed from charts.
Installs torch tip and turns handle to start adjust pressure of fuel gas.
Lights torch and adjusts flow of oxygen to obtain desired mixture, as indicated by color size of flame.
Directs flame on work piece to heat it to oxidizing temperature, as indicated by color of metal.
Squeezes lever or trigger to release additional jet of oxygen which burns path through metal.
Guides flame along cutting line, observing cutting to judge angle, distance of torch, and speed of movement.
Removes inspects finished work piece.
Chips or grinds burrs from edges, using power chisel or portable grinder.
May lay out cutting lines, using rule, square, compass, or by tracing from template.
May cut damaged or worn pieces from metal structure, like bridge or building frames, ship plates, or pipelines.
May install special tip to cut grooves into metal joints preparatory to be designated Flame Scarfer ..
VETERANS ARE ENCOURAGE TO APPLY