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About the Instrumentation Technician role
Instrumentation Technicians install, maintain, calibrate, and troubleshoot electronic and pneumatic instruments used to measure and control flow, pressure, level, temperature, and other process variables in industrial processes. They are also responsible for testing, diagnosing, and repairing instrumentation systems and equipment. Instrumentation Technicians must be familiar with computer-based systems, as well as electrical and mechanical systems.
The purpose of an Instrumentation Technician is to install, maintain, calibrate, and troubleshoot instrumentation and measurement systems used in industrial and commercial facilities. This includes electrical, pneumatic, and mechanical components such as pressure and temperature gauges, transducers, and valve actuators. Instrumentation Technicians also inspect, test, and adjust instruments to ensure accuracy and reliability, and to identify and record any malfunctions or discrepancies. They may also be responsible for providing technical support to operations personnel, as well as providing data feedback to management.
Instrumentation Technician Summary
Instrumentation Technician Job Summary:
The Instrumentation Technician is responsible for installing, maintaining, calibrating, and repairing industrial instrumentation and control systems. This includes but is not limited to: electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, and electronic devices. The Technician will troubleshoot and diagnose problems in instrumentation systems and make repairs to ensure optimum performance. Additionally, the Technician will be responsible for calibrating and validating instrumentation, as well as documenting maintenance activities.
Instrumentation Technician Duties
- Perform maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of instrumentation and control systems
- Calibrate and set up instrumentation equipment
- Install, configure, and test instrumentation components
- Troubleshoot process control systems and instrumentation
- Perform preventive maintenance and calibrations
- Assist in developing process control strategies
- Perform instrumentation system upgrades
Instrumentation Technician Skills
- Ability to read and interpret technical documents
- Ability to work with precision measuring instruments
- Ability to follow safety procedures
- Ability to troubleshoot and repair instrumentation equipment
- Ability to work independently
Instrumentation Technician Requirements
- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Must have experience in the maintenance and troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical systems
- Must have strong mechanical aptitude and knowledge of basic electrical principles
- Must be able to read and understand electrical schematics and mechanical drawings
- Must have experience with a variety of test equipment and tools
- Must be able to work independently and as part of a team
- Attention to detail
- Problem-solving skills