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Top Industrial Mechanic Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an industrial mechanic. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of industrial mechanic resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.0% of industrial mechanic resumes contained electrical systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills an industrial mechanic actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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1. Electrical Systems

high Demand

Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Repair hydraulic and electrical systems.
  • Experience with 3-phase 480-volt industrial electrical systems and motor controls Experience with PLC/Control systems Experience in plant & Industrial maintenance
  • Worked on electrical components such as control boards and electrical systems in the control box of all equipment.
  • Preformed maintenance and repair one the plants steam, hydraulic, air, and electrical systems.
  • Skilled in repairing and maintaining industrial machine, fabrication, plumbing and electrical systems.
  • Repaired all electrical systems and other minor repairs.
  • Maintained Hydrologic systems as well as pneumatic and electrical systems.
  • Field representative Repaired gasoline, propane, and diesel engines Diagnosed and repaired electrical systems Repaired 3 stage hydraulic cylinders.

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2. Hand Tools

high Demand

Here's how Hand Tools is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Disassembled the equipment to remove defective parts by using cranes, power and hand tools, hoists and safety lock-out devices.
  • Use a variety of regular hand tools and pneumatic tools on a daily basis to repair or maintain machines.
  • Dismantled machines, using hammers, wrenches, crowbar's, and other hand tools.
  • Repair broken furniture or building fixtures using carpenter's hand tools and power equipment.
  • Repair broken parts using brazing, soldering, welding and hand tools.
  • Required to use all power hand tools, welders and cutting torch.
  • Used hand tools levels straightedges and related equipment to complete tasks.
  • Install and service industrial doors using heavy equipment and hand tools.
  • Remove defective parts using hoists, cranes and hand tools.
  • Hand tools and precision measurement instruments.
  • Own tools, Voltmeter, and hand tools.
  • Utilize hand tools, welder, torches, presses, pullers and various other shop equipment to complete repair.
  • Constructed foundation for machines,using hand tools and building materials such as wood, cement, and steel.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, digital multi-meters and other electronic test equipment on a daily basis.
  • Readied and assembled electrical wiring,equipment and fixtures, using specifications and hand tools.
  • Maintained and repaired and replaced wiring,equipment and fixtures, using hand tools.
  • Attached moving parts and subassemblies to basicassembly unit, using hand tools and power tools.
  • hand tools ,Drills, welding, saws, presses metal brakes and drill presses.

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3. PLC

high Demand

Here's how PLC is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Blister Machine and Bottles Lines, Operator Mechanical start up, PLC repair in general PM
  • Set up and program robotics on injection molding machinery (PLC).
  • Design and develop PLC and Pneumatic racks for promotion and training.
  • Program and set up downstream packaging equipment (PLC).
  • Work on hydraulic, pneumatic, electronic, PLC.
  • Diagnose and repair 3 phase electrical and PLC.
  • Worked with PLC's (Allen Bradley), Photo Sensors, Motor Consoles(480,230.220) and Hydraulic Systems.
  • Experience with basic PLC, sensor optical fiber, chiller, precision control, hydraulic and pneumatics pumps.
  • Possess an understanding of both Allen-Bradley and Wonderware PLC systems.
  • Assure compliance with ISO guidelines Complete PLC programming Maintenance of assembling and welding machines Complete general machine tests and programming

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4. Mechanical Equipment

high Demand

Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Maintained and repair stationary industrial machinery, mechanical equipment, automated and robotic systems.
  • Ensured the smooth operation of industrial mobile equipment and mechanical equipment.
  • Maintained structural and mechanical equipment of heat recovery system at a Blast furnace.
  • Ensured that mechanical equipment is maintained to the manufacturer's tolerances.
  • Service and maintenance of mechanical equipment in the manufacturing plant of clay coated boxboard-packaged products.
  • Performed routine and preventative maintenance of electronic and electro-mechanical equipment.
  • Dismantled and moved stationary industrial machinery and mechanical equipment such as conveyors according to plans, using hand and power tools.
  • Clean, sharpen, and lubricate electrical, motorized and/or mechanical equipment (e.g.
  • Operate high speed packing equipment.Required Skills Ability to recognize, adjust and replace components in mechanical equipment.

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5. Trouble Shooting

high Demand

Troubleshooting is a term that refers to the process of solving any kind of problem. Troubleshooting is done in order to determine the problem which may be hindering the operations or functionality of a machine or system.

Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform trouble shooting and maintenance of herbicide manufacturing equipment.
  • Provide a variety of mechanical functions such as trouble shooting, repairs, and responsible for performing preventive maintenance procedures.
  • Worked collaboratively with other industrial mechanics on the equipment by trouble shooting or fixing the machinery.
  • Assisted in quality inspections, diagnosis, and minor trouble shooting on machinery as needed.
  • Repair industrial machinery, conveyor systems, trouble shooting, welding and light electrical work.
  • Work collaboratively with other LT Mechanic on equipment by trouble shooting and fixing production equipment.
  • Trouble shooting electrical problems, ability to read and understand wiring schematics.
  • Perform Maintenance and trouble shooting on unscheduled events such as equipment break-downs.
  • Preform trouble shooting and maintenance of meat processing equipment.
  • Repaired and trouble shooting of plant equipment and machines.
  • Trouble shooting and diagnosing mechanical and electrical calls.
  • Trouble shooting of control and indication circuitry.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of conveyors.
  • Trouble shooting for clients such as: Exxon, Valero, DuPont, CITGO and other individual clients.
  • Trouble shooting electrical pannels 110v, 240v, and 480v, Hydraulic repair, and rebuild.
  • Perform various skilled mechanic duties for installation, trouble shooting and repair of mechanical equipment.

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6. Maintenance Department

high Demand

The maintenance department ensures utmost care and reasonable responsibility on all items within an organization, besides being accountable. The department enables the organization to attain the set goal by ensuring the smooth running of all equipment.

Here's how Maintenance Department is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Supervised 11 employees and acted as group leader for maintenance department in managers absence.
  • Have worked in the maintenance department from 1998-present as an industrial mechanic/E&I.
  • Contributed to all aspects of the maintenance department.
  • Assigned to the Maintenance Department.
  • Worked as a repairman in the Mold Maintenance department of a steel industryfabrication shop.
  • Served as timekeeper for maintenance department, managing department wage allocations, writing reviews and compiling financial reports.

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7. Hvac

high Demand

Here's how Hvac is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Repaired pumps And compressors, Electrician tech, HVAC and A/C technician, Plumbing.
  • Support utility, Facility, Process Water Systems and HVAC system.
  • Provided maintenance and repair for HVAC systems in numerous buildings.
  • Installed, altered and repaired sheet metal products and equipment, including ducts and hoods for HVAC systems.
  • Worked with HVAC Pro and Metasys software to control building management system.
  • Repair extruders, slitters, and HVAC equipment.
  • Worked from blueprints* Utilized Mig and Tig welding skills.Charged HVAC systems, fabricated ducts.

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8. Production Machines

high Demand

Here's how Production Machines is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Preformed preventative daily maintenance for production machinery and equipment.
  • Performed cleaning and sanitizing of production machinery.
  • Maintained and repaired equipment and other industrial machinery, such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment.
  • Worked at various locations performing a wide range of maintenance jobs varying from forklift repairs to production machinery repair.
  • Tasked to perform all preventative, scheduled, and unscheduled maintenance on all production machines and shop vehicles.
  • Repair and maintain in working mode all production machines, electrical system, equipment and the building structures
  • Performed adjustments and repair to the mechanical, hydraulic, and pneumatic system of the production machine.
  • Diagnose and repair hydraulic, mechanical, electrical, pneumatic production machines and plant equipment.
  • Provide maintenance, PMCS's to the molding machines and production machines and compressors.
  • Execute and perform preventative maintenance and repair to high speed production machinery.
  • Fix problems with production machines, utilizing mechanical knowledge & tools.
  • Programmed and setting automated processes in the production machines.

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9. Production Equipment

high Demand

Production equipment in limited terms is used to define any type of machinery or equipment used in the production of a video or film. Basic production equipment includes a camera, tripod, lighting kit, camera light, short term microphone, light reflector, boom pole, shock mount, audio cables, wireless microphone, headphones, portable digital audio recorder, camera lenses, extra batteries, external hard drive, and DSLR shoulder mount rig.

Here's how Production Equipment is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Performed preventive maintenance checks on production equipment.
  • Provide emergency repairs of production equipment.
  • Repair production equipment and machinery.
  • Look after the maintenance of all Production equipment as: Steel Roll Forming Mills, Blow Fabrication and modification of Machinery.
  • Design, Fabrication, and installation of needed production equipment, using Lathes, End Mills, Welding, electrical wiring.
  • Operated lathes, milling machines, surface grinders, radial drill, to repaired, modify and fabricate production equipment.
  • Completed 5-year apprenticeship program in machine tool operation as well as production equipment related to cable wire harness production.
  • Performed maintenance on production equipment and components including valves, pipes, and electrical, hydraulic and mechanical machinery.
  • Supervised the installation and repair of wiring, electronic and electrical components, machinery, and production equipment.
  • Perform various skilled mechanic duties for installation, troubleshooting & repair of production equipment and packaging lines.
  • Repair and maintain production equipment, motors, vacuum pump, conveyors, etc.
  • Crew of 3 and maintain production equipment during production as lead maintenance tech.
  • Set up, repaired and maintained high speed credit card production equipment.
  • Perform preventative, routine, and emergency maintenance on all production equipment.
  • Created suggestion that were used on the production equipment.
  • Repair and service all stainless steel production equipment.
  • Maintain all production equipment Plant Maintenance
  • Maintained all production equipment for corrugators
  • Rebuild and service rimfire production equipment, assist coworkers in daily functions.
  • Work on pumps, valves, hydraulics, PLCs, extruders, specialty plastic production equipment.

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10. Preventive Maintenance

high Demand

Here's how Preventive Maintenance is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Created and implemented Preventative Maintenance Program for all production and auxiliary equipment and building systems.
  • Performed mechanical, electrical, and preventive maintenance on production and facility equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance to ensure the machinery remained operational and to reduce downtime.
  • Performed preventive maintenance activities and inspections to ensure reliable equipment performance.
  • Administered preventive maintenance in all machines, including automated machines.
  • Performed preventive maintenance to minimize major downtime during production runs.
  • Performed weekly preventive maintenance, in a production environment.
  • Perform regular preventive maintenance to ensure continuous plant operations.
  • Performed corrective and preventive maintenance to chemical plant equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on majority of machines.
  • Established and maintained preventive maintenance program.
  • Conducted Schedule coordinator preventive maintenance functions.
  • Scheduled overtime and preventive maintenance.
  • Performed Preventive maintenance utilizing MMS systems
  • Performed monthly, semi-annual and annual Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) on drives, alarms and control systems.
  • Perform routine and preventive maintenance for the purpose of ensuring the ongoing functioning of required tools and equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance duties and repairs on conveyors, and motors that processed, and packaged poultry products.
  • Reviewed the Preventive Maintenance (PM) with other mechanics and closed the activity in the system.
  • Performed service and preventive maintenance to 6-7 production lines in three plants, equipment, and utilities.
  • Perform preventive maintenance on all food equipment, work on shafts, motors, alignments.

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11. New Equipment

high Demand

Here's how New Equipment is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Installed all new equipment and manufactured guards and air boxes for old equipment.
  • Use transit to indicate in new equipment, optical and laser alignment.
  • Installed new equipment, serviced old equipment, built platforms.
  • Head to create new equipment for production operations.
  • Supervised the installation of new equipment by personnel.
  • Install new equipment and relocate existing equipment.
  • Developed new equipment spare part list.
  • Commissioned new equipment, also experienced in Hilo driving and material handing.
  • Operated Program Logic Controls for waste water plants and thermal desorption units to commission new equipment.
  • Repair all industrial machine Installation all new equipment and machine Prepare list and order of necessary parts Coordinate with working crew

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12. Heavy Equipment

high Demand

Heavy equipment, also known as heavy machinery, refers to heavy-duty trucks that are specifically built to complete building works, most often earthwork activities or other major construction projects. Heavy machinery works by multiplying the amount of input force added to force exerted, allowing jobs that would otherwise take hundreds of workers and weeks of labor to be completed in a fraction of the time.

Here's how Heavy Equipment is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Operated and performed maintenance on heavy equipment.
  • Repaired all makes and models of forklifts, industrial motors, and heavy equipment, including those using alternate fuels.
  • Repaired and maintained all electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems of entire mill, including outside light and heavy equipment.
  • Suggested purchase of a portable crane to lift heavy equipment; utilization has improved safety.
  • General carpentry, electrical, operation of heavy equipment, i.e.
  • Operated heavy equipment of all types.
  • Demonstrate ability to lead by example.Skills UsedUsed my heavy equipment and mechanical skills.
  • Pipe Fitting up to 18 inches, Hydraulic Systems, Heavy Equipment, and operated Fork Lift.
  • Gained knowledge of using come-alongs and chain-falls to position and secure heavy equipment.
  • Worked with heavy equipment such as pavers and shuttle-buggies.
  • Operated manlift, xlifts, cranes, forklifts, bobcats, front end loaders and other heavy equipment.
  • Run heavy equipment (skidsteer, telehandler, front end loader, forklift, man lift.)

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13. Conveyor Systems

high Demand

A conveyor system is paraphernalia that supports the movements of goods and objects. Conveyor systems have been used in factories since the industrial revolution because they make the manufacturing process easier and orderly.

Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Change and align drive rollers, idler rollers, bearings, motors and belts on conveyor systems.
  • Installed all conveyor systems in Denver Airport (53 miles of airport conveyor beltways)
  • Assisted on the tear down and reassembly of a large conveyor system.
  • Troubleshooted, disassembled and repaired industrial tube mill conveyor system.
  • Repair and troubleshoot all warehouse equipment and conveyor systems.
  • Installed motors and pulleys on conveyor systems.
  • Repair and maintain conveyor systems.
  • Read blueprints Assembled conveyor systems for major corporations
  • Maintain and repair all in house equipment including forklifts, computer controlled conveyor systems, recycling equipment and building repair.
  • Performed service and repairs on electrical motors, conveyor systems and gear boxes, pneumatics and hydraulic systems.
  • Repaired Conveyor systems, labelers, fillers, mechanical drives, cappers* Troubleshoot electrical and replace motors and sensors.
  • assemble , troubleshoot, fabricate, conveyor systems, case packers, R&D projects

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14. Safety Standards

high Demand

Here's how Safety Standards is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Developed and implemented safety standards dealing with sheet metal products and processing.
  • Monitored quality control of production lines and assured adherence to safety standards.
  • Follow site safety procedures and ensure that employees comply with all safety standards.
  • Adhere to all OSHA safety standards set for the manufacturing industry.
  • Update lines to comply with current OSHA safety standards.
  • Complied with site safety standards at all times.
  • Ensured compliance with OSHA regulations as well as safety standards Presided over all maintenance operations during several multi-million dollar expansions.

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15. Defective Parts

average Demand

A defective part is a spare part that does not meet the quality standard of a product. Often, before a product or a tool is released in the market, quality check takes place. It is removed from a machine or electronic system to ensure that the other parts will not have an issue. A defective part do not last long and needs to replace immediately.

Here's how Defective Parts is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Adjusted machinery and repaired or replaced defective parts.
  • Wired in motors, fabricated replacement parts for transfer tubes, upgraded machines, and welded steel with wire feed welder.
  • Ordered and replacement parts for equipment as needed, received stocked and maintained all incoming maintenance components and replacement parts.
  • Provided reports on a weekly basis, and anticipated needed equipment, replacement parts, and supplies.
  • Keep good maintenance of the trains, repair and remove any defective parts inside of the train.
  • Replaced defective parts of machine and adjusted clearances and alignment of moving parts.
  • Dismantled devices to gain access to replace defective parts, using.
  • Dismantled devices to gain access to remove defective parts.
  • Ordered and placed replacement parts for machinery.
  • Order replacement parts for equipment breakdowns.
  • Down equipment takes priority over all other responsibilities) Track parts usage and order replacement parts as needed within specified budget.
  • Schedule, plan, order and replace replacement parts for machinery while keeping the costs down and equipment reliable.

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16. MIG

average Demand

Here's how MIG is used in Industrial Mechanic jobs:
  • Perform welding requirements using both ARC and MIG procedures.
  • Performed daily procedures of plasma cutting, mig welding of steel/aluminum and air arcing/torch cutting.
  • Utilized Mig and Stick welders and braze acetylene torch plasma cutter.
  • Performed Welding and Fabrication, Oxy-Acet, Mig, Performed routine inspection of conveyor, facility, machinery and power equipment.
  • Weld and fabricate in support of production line machinery and equipment; using Mig, Tig, AC/DC electrode applications.
  • Experienced welder and fabricator, stick, mig and tig, including stainless steel and aluminum.
  • Metal fabrication using mig, tig, and stick welding (with extensive stainless experience).
  • Weld various types of metals with mig, tig and stick welders
  • repaired and maintained small engine equipment, parts and equipment sales,Mig welding.
  • Perform electricial work Repair Industrial printing machines Arc and Mig welding
  • Gear box replacements Shaft replacements Bearing replacements Repaired/replaced 3 phase motors Mig Welding/Stick Welding
  • Perform Welding - arc, tig, mig & oxy/acty industrial welding CAM, PM

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Online Courses For Industrial Mechanics

One of the best ways to acquire the skills needed to be an industrial mechanic is to take an online course. We've identified some online courses from Udemy and Coursera that will help you advance in your career. Since industrial mechanics benefit from having skills like electrical systems, hand tools, and plc, we found courses that will help you improve these skills.

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20 Most Common Skill For An Industrial Mechanic

Electrical Systems12%
Hand Tools11.6%
PLC5.4%
Mechanical Equipment5.2%
Trouble Shooting4.4%
Maintenance Department3.7%
Hvac3.6%
Production Machines3.4%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Industrial Mechanic

RankascdescSkillascdescPercentage of ResumesPercentageascdesc
1
1
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
12%
12%
2
2
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
11.6%
11.6%
3
3
PLC
PLC
5.4%
5.4%
4
4
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
5.2%
5.2%
5
5
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Maintenance Department
Maintenance Department
3.7%
3.7%
7
7
Hvac
Hvac
3.6%
3.6%
8
8
Production Machines
Production Machines
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Preventive Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance
3%
3%
11
11
New Equipment
New Equipment
2.9%
2.9%
12
12
Heavy Equipment
Heavy Equipment
2.8%
2.8%
13
13
Conveyor Systems
Conveyor Systems
2.7%
2.7%
14
14
Safety Standards
Safety Standards
2.6%
2.6%
15
15
Defective Parts
Defective Parts
2.5%
2.5%
16
16
MIG
MIG
2%
2%
17
17
Routine Maintenance
Routine Maintenance
1.9%
1.9%
18
18
Equipment Maintenance
Equipment Maintenance
1.9%
1.9%
19
19
Machine Parts
Machine Parts
1.8%
1.8%
20
20
Gear Boxes
Gear Boxes
1.7%
1.7%
21
21
Plant Equipment
Plant Equipment
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
CNC
CNC
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Mechanical Devices
Mechanical Devices
1.4%
1.4%
25
25
Conveyor Belts
Conveyor Belts
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Dimensional Requirements
Dimensional Requirements
1%
1%
27
27
Engineering Design
Engineering Design
1%
1%
28
28
Repair Equipment
Repair Equipment
1%
1%
29
29
Building Maintenance
Building Maintenance
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Engineering Specifications
Engineering Specifications
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Ac
Ac
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Functional Parts
Functional Parts
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
TIG
TIG
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
GMP
GMP
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Emergency Repairs
Emergency Repairs
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Operations Manuals
Operations Manuals
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Different Types
Different Types
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Control Instruments
Control Instruments
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Machine Operators
Machine Operators
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Mechanical Repairs
Mechanical Repairs
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
PPE
PPE
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Pulleys
Pulleys
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Repair Parts
Repair Parts
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Machine Shop Instrumentation
Machine Shop Instrumentation
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Proper Operation
Proper Operation
0.3%
0.3%

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