Certified Komatsu mechanic and Universal license A/C repair with extensive hands-on experience in engine repairs, hydraulic repairs, electrical repairs, and a/c repairs on equipment such as replacement of component of repairing such component, but not before troubleshooting and diagnosing the problem, also training in high pressure common rail fuel system known as tier 3 and some tier 4 diesel engines. Have experience with welding, cutting, and fabrication. Have obtained CDL class b drivers license for the past 10 years.
I went to work for this company as the only service tech or mechanic that they had at this location witch offered great pay+benefits. At this job I removed, installed, disassembled, repaired, assembled, and ordered parts for hydraulic cylinders. Also made service calls to run hydraulic pipe, line bore pin holes, weld, repair hydraulic leaks, and deliver parts to customer. I also helped with outside sales traveling and talking to customers to gain their business. I also worked on mobile equipment and industrial equipment making repairs.
Worked from at the NUCOR Memphis location repairing equipment. I made all major and minor repairs to equipment from changing a tire to changing an engine. I had to exercise the same mechanical skills that I had learned from Power Equipment for EPMH had mostly Komatsu equipment. I also went through an Exodus training class while working with EPMH. This job also helped to train me to operate various equipment such as wheel loader, fork lift, dozer, excavator, road broom, off road dump trucks, and material handlers.
Started fresh out of college as a helper and was quickly promoted to shop tech 1 within 2 weeks, after a year I was then promoted to field service tech. This job asked me to travel from location to location to work on and make repairs to Komatsu mobile equipment. I went through several training classes on safety, engines, transmissions, hydraulics, electrical, A/C, and undercarriage, keep in mind Komatsu has many products and all different sizes witch kept learning the product difficult but not impossible, and working in the elements wasn't always an easy task, but I loved my job and all that it gave me.
Helped my father service his 18 wheelers by changing oil and greasing, also replacing components such as injectors, brakes, fuel pumps, pto pumps, rearends, axles, leaf springs, engines, transmissions, and clutches. Also started learning about A/C in the trucks.
Heating and Air Conditioning coursework and gained my universal technicians license for HVAC.
Made it through with about a 3.0 grade average, and achieved 2cnd in state for welding through Skills USA (VICA).
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