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Machine Operator I - Cartridge Processor - TFPP
Ref No.: 18-07102
Location: Marinette, Wisconsin
Start Date / End Date: 10/22/2018 to 02/09/2019
1. Processes all cartridges received from distribution by visually checking each cartridge for body damage, removing the shipping cap with a pneumatic hand drill, removing cartridge seals, and using a variety of gauges, checks plug diameter, seal depth, and thread wear. Determines if these cartridges can be reused. 2. In order to issue credit, counts and sorts all cartridges received and verify those cartridges returned with a packing slip. Checks and corrects packing list for accuracy. Verifies customer counts to determine if returned cartridges are Ansul product. If not, scrap credit is not issued. 3. Hand loads pressurized cartridges into a test tank containing heated water and places plastic caps over the cartridges. Observes each cartridge for traces of leakage, on removal from tank, separates leakers from cartridges going on to other operations. Raises and lowers test tank floors to adjust for different size cartridges. 4. Record (by size) the number of cartridges processed and the number of cartridges requiring the rework of scrapping. Identifies the reasons why cartridges leak in test tanks, and records the number of leakers (according to size). 5. Operates buffing machine to remove old paint. 6. Adds proper amounts of rust inhibitor to adjust for any deficiencies as determined by the Q.C. lab titration sheets. 7. Manually sets up filling machine. 8. Operates filling machine to fill various size cartridges with nitrogen and CO2 to correct weights. 9. Hand stamps LTA101 and R102 cartridges. 10. Performs necessary rework on refill or reject cartridges. 11. Performs minor maintenance and troubleshoots machine. 12. Loads and operates an automatic cartridge seal assembly machine by scooping washers and bushings into machine feeder, adjusting air pressure, watching the automatic assembly process and correcting (by hand) any cartridge seals improperly assembled. 13. Operates a cartridge-stamping machine by changing fixtures to accommodate various cartridges, changing head stamps and adjusting weight stamp for each cartridge. Adjusts air pressure to insure proper stamp depth and records type of cartridge and number sequence of cartridges stamped. 14. Visually checks cartridges for pitting, thread damage, etc. Prepares cartridges for filling operation by selecting the proper cartridge seals for assembly, dipping seals into oil and starting seal into cartridge threads by hand. Uses a pneumatic wrench to tighten. Occasionally uses a wrench to remove burrs from cartridge threads. Wire brushes cartridges. 15. Weigh cartridges and insures that weight falls within the appropriate range. 16. Mixes paint by adding three different ingredients according to paint manufacturer's specifications. Checks for proper viscosity. Places paint in vibrator for proper mix. 17. Operates an automatic cartridge spray paint conveyor by loading and unloading moving conveyor, adjusting air pressure, paint flow, and visually checking painted cartridges for paint consistency and proper coverage. 18. Operates gas fire oven to bake paint into cartridges. 19. Prepares cartridges for shipment by weighing the cartridges and applying the appropriate decals. 20. Sets up and operates heat sensitive wrapping machine for cartridges. 21. Packages cartridge in individual and master cartons. Visually checks cartridges for pitting, thread damage, etc. 22. Assists Cochran Lab as needed and may be require certification for 5-year retest. 23. From written instructions, fills tanks with metal conditioning and plating solutions. Following written instructions from the QC Inspector, makes all necessary additions to the solutions to maintain proper titration strength in the metal conditioning tanks. Periodically dumps all metal conditioning tanks. 24. Performs housekeeping and other related duties as may be assigned by the supervisor.

JCI requires a pre-employment HireRight Background, drug screen as well as a baseline hearing screening
JCI Marinette facility will now offer immediate starts upon successful completion of all required screenings. Please let Agile 1/Fieldglass know what day you intend to have your candidate report to work.
JCI requires that all notifications of new starts arrivals be received no later than noon on the day prior to their start.
JCI contingent 1st day instructions:
Report on designated start day at 8am to the guardhouse at the end of
One Stanton Street, Marinette, WI 54143.
Upon reporting 1st day, all contingents are to have steel toe boot or shoe, NO CONTACT LENSES, NO JEWERLY, long hair(chin length or longer) will be secured out of face and close to the scalp, blue jeans or uniform style pants (no yoga pants/sweatpants etc.) and t-shirt without offensive graphics.
All contingents work 1st shift on this 1st week and continue to work the 1st shift until they complete safety orientation, once safety training is completed, the associate will report to their home shift the following week.
Hours per Day 10
Hours per Week 40
Total Hours 640.00