Technician skilled in troubleshooting technical issues with accuracy and speed. Trained in Hydraulics and Mechanical. For Offshore Cranes. As rig mechanic troubleshoot drilling equipment such as
Draw works Disk Brakes, Mud Pumps 7500 psi,TDS 4S, PHM 3
PLS, PDM with Conveyor.
Also Have traveled Various Ship Yards for installation of cranes
Maintain Maintenance to keep Rig off of down time, Plan ahead And accomplish 0 Injury 0 Incidents. 0 Down Time.
Read manufacturer manuals, diagrams and specifications prior to repairing equipment Or installation. Troubleshoot and repair as needed to customers
Tested machinery, equipment and parts to identify any defects.Disassembled broken and defective equipment to facilitate repair.Reassembled equipment after completed repairs.Maintained up-to-date and accurate repair logs.Read manufacturer manuals, diagrams and specifications prior to repairing equipment.
Maintain 3516 A & B model Caterpillar, GD PZ11 7500 psi mud pumps
CE3300 Draw works with Disk Brakes NOV equipment TDS 4S PHM-3i PLS PDM with Conveyor Also involved in new build rigs and commissioning Hydraulic systems including flush, work on shipyard projects from start to rig up on offshore facility.
Also attended New Horizon Computer classes 1992
Applied Hydraulics Braden hoist trouble shooting and repair 2002
NOV Top Drive training course 2001
Huet / EBS FOET OPITO expiry 11/10/2017
TWIC April 12, 2016
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