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Coil Prod Equip Setup


Job Summary

Johnson Controls
Norman, OK
Other/Not Classified
Job Type
Full Time
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Job Reference Code

Coil Prod Equip Setup

About the Job


a wide variety of duties to set-up all machine of coil department, assist
with material handling, assist machine operators, perform maintenance on
machines and fill in for lower classified duties.



  1. Obtain route sheets and verify information.

  2. Receive
    instructions from supervisor and work from blue prints.

  3. Perform
    the necessary operations to start-up equipment in coil area.

  4. Perform
    set-ups of all equipment in the area, including fin press, expander,
    hairpin bender, return bender machine and degreaser according to

  5. Perform
    mathematical calculations from blue print dimensions to determine machine
    settings as required.

  6. Return
    damaged tube sheets to sheet metal.

  7. Supply
    oil and grease for each operator, and lubricate machine and equipment as

  8. Set-up,
    make adjustments, train and instruct operator, dispose of used materials,
    observe and report machine malfunctions and reoccurring defects, replace
    damaged machine parts, clean and lubricate machines as required.

  9. Identify
    parts and coils by use of blue prints and instruct others in their use.

  10. Assist
    with material handling and operate fork truck as needed.

  11. Check
    coils for deviations from specification and adjust equipments to correct
    deficiencies and/or malfunctions.

  12. Insure
    that entire work area is left in clean and orderly conditions. Perform
    routine preventive maintenance required to keep equipment operating. 


To perform this job successfully, individual must be able
to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge,
skill, and/or ability required. 
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions.


  1. High
    school diploma or equivalent.

  2. Licensed
    to operate fork lift truck.

  3. Ability
    to read and interpret blueprints and explain to others.

  4. Ability
    to use scales, tapes, micrometer for checking tolerances.

  5. Ability
    to add, subtract, multiply and divide numbers to determine machine

  6. On job


The physical
demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
associate to successfully perform the essential
functions of this job.  Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals
with disabilities to perform the essential
functions.  Very repetitive work, continuous
standing, pushing, pulling, lifting and carry of heavy and/or bulk part
required.  Weight amounts may vary from 5
pounds to 50 pounds, any amount over 50 pounds requires physical or mechanical
help.  Arm strength and coordination
required for changing die plates in expander.   Repetitive motion of hands, wrists, elbows
and shoulders. Rotating of upper body to lift and position parts and dies on
coil equipment and/or brazing line. Ability to climb up on expander to change
dies.  Continuous visual and some close
mental attention to details involved in operating copper/coil equipment. 


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