Top Maintenance Electrician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Maintenance Electrician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Maintenance Electrician resumes they appeared on. For example, 21.3% of Maintenance Electrician resumes contained Electrical Systems as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Maintenance Electrician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Maintenance Electrician resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Electrical Systems

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Here's how Electrical Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained all electrical systems Serviced and programmed several types of PLC lighting and machine systems Troubleshoot electrical problems Installed new machinery lines
  • Worked independently on various shifts utilizing excellent troubleshooting skills in order to maintain and repair plant equipment and electrical systems.
  • Perform installation, maintenance and repairs of all electrical systems and equipment throughout an office/warehouse/testing and repair facility.
  • Performed facility maintenance on numerous electrical systems that insured safe & proper operation.
  • Provided electrical maintenance and troubleshooting to all electrical systems throughout the manufacturing plant.
  • Removed old electrical systems for newer energy efficient systems including communications and lighting.
  • Maintained, repaired and installed commercial electrical systems in park building facilities.
  • Participated in the installation and/or alteration to electrical systems aboard naval vessel.
  • Repair and maintenance of all electrical systems and components/AHERA Management Planner/Minor Locksmith repairs
  • Re-wired various electrical systems based on technical directives on applicable aircraft.
  • Recommend changes to electrical systems as upgraded technology is available.
  • Installed and maintained electrical systems for Central Florida facility plant.
  • Serviced and repaired mechanical and electrical systems on company forklifts.
  • Planned the Preventive/ Predictive Maintenance and Repairs on electrical Systems.
  • Performed preventative/predictive/corrective maintenance activities on 4160 & 480 volt electrical systems
  • Planned and designed all electrical systems for proper installation.
  • Provide employee instruction in safe operation of electrical systems/equipment.
  • Inspected, identified and repaired electrical systems and equipment.
  • Maintained and repaired newly and old installed electrical systems.
  • Performed installation of commercial and industrial electrical systems.

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2. Motor Control Centers

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Here's how Motor Control Centers is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on all distribution center conveying systems, motor control centers and powered equipment.
  • Trouble shoot, repair, calibrate and install protective power relays on motor control centers, substations and associated equipment.
  • Maintained electrical service (4160V), Motor Control Centers (480V) and Instrumentation.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot all motor control centers, camera, lighting, and PLC systems.
  • Worked inside Motor Control Centers from replacing breakers and transformers to replacing entire bucket assemblies.
  • Installed electrical components for Motor Control Centers and portable power stations.
  • Changed out buckets in Motor Control Centers.
  • Maintained all 480V motor control centers.
  • Recorded voltage and amp reading on switchgear, motor control centers, and ups systems.
  • Maintain motor control centers (MCC) Proficient experience working with 480 volts three phase
  • Maintained and repaired [ ] VACswitchgear and motor control centers.

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3. Preventative Maintenance

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Here's how Preventative Maintenance is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed weekly/monthly preventative maintenance schedules on all facility/manufacturing equipment.
  • Followed routine and preventative maintenance checklist Diagnosed mechanical problems and determined the best way to correct them Repaired defective equipment parts.
  • Repair and maintain electrical and electronic equipment and components and perform preventative maintenance tasks on production equipment and other equipment as needed
  • Performed preventative maintenance procedures, filling out inspection reports as to condition of the equipment noting any future repairs necessary.
  • Preformed preventative maintenance on 10 acres worth of production equipment weekly to ensure streamlined operations of machinery line production.
  • Recruited to provide high-level electrical system engineering to support installation and on-site preventative maintenance of oil field pumping units.
  • Maintain all facility requirements, day-to-day facility operation and overall preventative maintenance for the office and manufacturing areas.
  • Performed preventative maintenance and troubleshooting of machinery, equipment installation and production line conversion in bottle manufacturing facility.
  • Repaired and maintained electrical and electronic equipment and components and performed preventative maintenance tasks inside the salt mine
  • Perform electrical repairs and preventative maintenance on a wide variety of facility and production equipment and systems.
  • Perform all duties associated with preventative maintenance order, fixing immediate safety concerns and maintaining the facility
  • Completed various electrical jobs involved in maintaining electrical equipment, including servicing and preventative maintenance.
  • Work Planning, Scheduling, Electrical Maintenance, Preventative Maintenance, Design Modification, Electrical Improvements
  • Performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels and rewired and installed panel boards and switches.
  • Create and implement time and operational based preventative maintenance program for all applicable equipment.
  • Installed and performed preventative maintenance on electrical panels, switches and distribution systems.
  • Performed electrical preventative maintenance and new installation on high and low voltage systems.
  • Perform repairs and preventative maintenance on building mechanical systems and life safety equipment.
  • Coordinated electrical systems/equipment shutdowns for preventative maintenance, repairs, and replacements.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance and preventative maintenance to various bagging and bottling machines.

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4. RUN Conduit

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Here's how RUN Conduit is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Run conduit, installed panel breaker, pulled wire, installed lights, switches, and receptacles 120V and 480V.
  • Run conduit, wire machines from a print, and trouble shoot electronics down to a component part.
  • Wire panels; build electrical boxes; run conduit; build, test & run machines.
  • Read electrical equipment, run conduit, pull wire and assemble electrical panels and gear.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, terminate and trouble shoot electrical problems with motors and circuits
  • Run conduit, pull wire, install motor controls, rebuild pumps.
  • Run conduit and pull wires when changes are made in plant.
  • Run conduit, pull wire, install and calibrate instruments.
  • Run conduits, wiring for all new equipment.
  • Install motor pumps, starters, run conduits.
  • Run conduit for new and existing equipment.
  • Run conduit for wire to assemble machinery.
  • Run conduit and cable tray, troubleshoot electric circuit, install 480v, 4160v motor, megger motor lead.
  • Run conduit PVC rigid to 4 inch and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits.
  • Run conduit Pull wire Work on lights, motors, and pumps

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5. Air Compressors

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Here's how Air Compressors is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Air compressors, air dryers, various pumps and related devices, electrical controls, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance and installations.
  • Manufacture a portable compressor controller to be used with all High Pressure Air Compressors aboard NIMITZ Class Carriers.
  • Diagnose, repair, and maintain plant auxiliary equipment such as: air compressors, and HVAC systems.
  • Performed maintenance on motors, air compressors, oil pumps, hydraulics, heaters and air lines.
  • Maintain air compressors, air conditioners, lathes, mills, saws, and sand blasters.
  • Maintained injection molding machines, auxiliary equipment, vacuum systems, and air compressors.
  • Maintained process water and plant air compressors and dryers.
  • Air compressors and 2 stage dryers.
  • Maintained all related plant equipment, Air compressors, blowers, boilers, sump pumps and all related controls.
  • Work Highlights: Maintain facility filtration systems (including chillers, air compressors, and hi-vac).
  • air compressors, boiler and cooling water, as well as reverse osmosis water filtration.
  • Air compressors, vaccum pumps, water pumps, chillers, hydraulics pumps.
  • Worked on air compressors, chiller, dust collector, rollup doors.
  • check the air compressors and fill with oil twice per shift.
  • air compressors, and all utilities.
  • Manage maintain and operate boilers, cooling towers,chillers, water softeners, air compressors, etc..

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6. Circuit Breakers

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Here's how Circuit Breakers is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and repaired electrical equipment such as transformers, controllers, circuit breakers, motors, fixtures, plugs and switches.
  • Certified General Electrician* Running conduit, wiring up various devices, transformers, machine upgrades, circuit breakers, panels.
  • Aided field electricians identified troubleshooting issues with circuit breakers, transformers or component based on applied lines and blueprint diagrams
  • Install, repair and maintain MCC cabinets, circuit breakers, and transformers with voltage Up too 4160V.
  • Repaired, replaced, and cleaned equipment and components such as circuit breakers, brushes, and commentators.
  • Install and repair switches, receptacles, wiring, lights, fans and circuit breakers.
  • Conducted periodic testing and replacement as needed of circuit breakers and switches.
  • Installed switches, receptacles and circuit breakers.
  • Repair, maintenance, and testing of 4160, 2400, and 480 volt circuit breakers.
  • Planned wiring and installation of equipment and fixtures including motors, Generators, switches, circuit breakers, and fuse boxes.
  • Performed maintenance and troubleshooting on air and vacuum circuit breakers and switchgear 69kv, 13.2kv, 4.6kv, 2.3kv and480v.
  • Job Duties: Installing and maintaining all electrical circuit breakers, electrical motors, PLCs, and variable frequency drives.
  • Collaborated with contractors on repairs of Therma scan testing, thermal imaging of feed supply circuit breakers and panels.
  • Maintained electrical equipment including Cranes, Motors, PLCs, Circuit Breakers, Transformers and Switches.
  • Maintained oil circuit breakers and air isolators.

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7. Hvac

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Here's how Hvac is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Supervised electrical department for the Intercontinental Airport Houston HVAC maintenance contract.
  • Maintain HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) systems, which includes but is not limited to Freon handling.
  • Maintained accurate logs of preventive maintenance, appliances, smoke detectors, filter changes, HVAC history and supplemental sheets.
  • Installed XP and intrinsically safe components in flammable/hazardous locations throughout the plant and maintained all industrial HVAC and HEPA systems.
  • Maintained exhaust fans, boilers, chillers, cooling towers and HVAC systems although I am not certified in HVAC.
  • Maintain HVAC systems, Pneumatic controls, Power Generation, Valve controls, Motor controls, Heating and Pressure systems
  • Repair, PM, of HVAC systems, patient equipment & company vehicles, assumed responsibility of dept.
  • Maintained backup electric generators, resolved HVAC problems, electrical installations of new cooling towers and frequency drives.
  • Changed lamps, lighting systems, HVAC units, ballasts, photocells, and tested electrical circuitry.
  • Provide colleagues, suppliers and contractors assistance with plumbing, HVAC, mechanical and technical jobs.!
  • Maintained HVAC systems such as air handling units, duct work, reheats, and pneumatic thermostats.
  • Side jobs at work site include plumbing, HVAC, roofing, masonry, and painting.
  • Assist other team members as needed in plumbing, HVAC and repairs of kitchen equipment.
  • Install control wiring for HVAC, plumbing, fire alarm, and IT departments.
  • Maintained the HVAC system, boilers, fire alarms, and hot water system.
  • Maintain & troubleshoot HVAC, solar arrays, computer room, administrative office needs.
  • Maintain all Power transmission, HVAC, Lighting, Telephone and Alarm systems.
  • Provided installation and repair of HVAC, power exhaust and infrared heating systems.
  • Maintain lighting, power and HVAC equipment according to Intel schedules & specifications.
  • Assisted other trades HVAC, Controls, and Servos in troubleshooting difficult cases.

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8. VFD

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Here's how VFD is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Alternate 13,800 volt switch gear and breaker experience DC drive, VFD, and PLC logic and ladder logic troubleshooting experience.
  • Worked on PLC's, motor controls, VFD's, troubleshooting and all process systems from voltage 23k KVA-down.
  • Performed periodic maintenance upon and rebuilt VFD, traction drive and rack & pinion elevators on an open structure.
  • Maintained several VFD's for pumps, air handlers, blowers, exhaust fans and cooling tower units.
  • Worked with co-workers in a team environment to install a new crusher line and apply the VFD.
  • Installed and repaired VFD's Installed and programmed PLC's and controls which increased Trans- Oceans production.
  • Performed repair and maintenance on various systems including PLC's, VFD's and motors.
  • Installed new wiring and VFD's on 2 conveyor lines and 3 horizontal planners.
  • Worked on many modernization projects, VFD, s both AC and DC.
  • Perform routine maintenance and repair of electrical equipment and VFD's
  • Worked on wiring of VFD power supply and motor supply.
  • Program VFD'S 100 HP vertical pump motors for irrigation.
  • Installed and troubleshot variable frequency drives (VFD).
  • Installed, set up and maintained VFD drives.
  • Install controls and VFD for portable quench tank.
  • Set up VFD, programmed and verification.
  • Performed scheduled preventive maintenance on VFD's.
  • Installed motor controls and VFD's.
  • Experience working on VFD, A.C. / D.C. motors, circuit breakers, MCC buckets, and lighting.
  • Trouble Shot PLC's, and VFD's in a production environment.

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9. Electric Motors

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Here's how Electric Motors is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Assist Mechanics install coupled electric motors
  • Conducted insulation and ground resistance readings on single phase and three phase AC and DC electric motors and controllers.
  • Size, pull wire, terminate wires for electric motors, controls, lighting and phone.
  • Installed new electric motors of various HP including laser alignment and dial indicators.
  • Worked with electric motors, batteries industrial equipment, propane tanks, forklifts.
  • Performed troubleshooting and installation of three phase AC electric motors.
  • Maintained electric motors and compressors from 480V to 4160V.
  • Test and replacement of electric motors as needed.
  • Maintained and fixed electric motors.
  • Remove and install electric motors, repair and adjust contactors and controllers
  • Replace brushes on electric motors, fuses,contactors.

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10. Production Equipment

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Here's how Production Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Repair and installation and modification of electrical and mechanical production equipment in the process, packaging and distribution of confection products.
  • Performed troubleshooting, repairs and preventive maintenance routines on all production equipment in a facility that manufactures metallic tubing.
  • Redesigned and rewired controls on production equipment to industry standards, resulting in dramatically improved reliability and production efficiency.
  • Enhanced plant productivity by successfully troubleshooting breakdown issues on key production equipment thought beyond our in house repair capability.
  • Maintained and troubleshot production equipment and plant electrical systems for this plumbing and industrial copper tubing manufacturing plant.
  • Maintained and repaired assorted production equipment both electrically and hydraulic powered in order to keep production on time.
  • Maintained and troubleshot production equipment and electrical systems in this state-of-the-art rolled stainless steel mill processing plant.
  • Performed welding and fabrication of support equipment and mechanical/electrical maintenance on production equipment.
  • Set up production equipment to specification and ensure profitable operation of machinery.
  • Perform preventive and corrective maintenance on all electrical systems and production equipment.
  • Perform preventive maintenance for production equipment and respond to electrical breakdowns.
  • Supplied electrical service to new production equipment and facility expansions.
  • Conducted electrical troubleshooting and rewired new and old production equipment.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on all production equipment and plant facilities.
  • Maintained preventive electrical maintenance schedules on all production equipment.
  • Maintained and troubleshooting production equipment and plant electrical systems.
  • Installed electrical drops for production equipment and machinery.
  • Repaired and maintained building systems and production equipment.
  • Repair and maintained electrical and electronic production equipment.
  • Maintained all production equipment and packaging equipment.

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11. New Equipment

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Here's how New Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Coordinate and oversee subcontractors* accurately wire new equipment* Troubleshoot machinery including robotic welders and press brakes
  • Wired new equipment and maintained existing equipment utilized in the creation of aerospace/NASA products.
  • Install new equipment and/or modifications to existing equipment to ensure high efficiency.
  • Expected to install new equipment according to drawings/specifications and code.
  • Wired new equipment and rewire existing equipment after relocation.
  • Supervised electrical contractors during installation of new equipment.
  • Installed new equipment and associated power requirements.
  • Planned and installed new equipment installations.
  • Installed new equipment requiring bending and running of conduit, pulling and terminating of wire, making up panels when needed.
  • Used electrical test equipment, drawings, blueprints and schematics to install new equipment and diagnose problems with existing machinery.
  • Install new equipment, wiring, programming, order plant and safety supplies, modify equipment to increase productivity.
  • Establish working relationships with internal and external engineers for the purpose of commissioning new equipment or improving current processes.
  • Submit a time (working man hours) and material estimate for repairs, upgrades, and new equipment.
  • Review instructions, diagrams and schematics for new equipment and equipment in need of repair or maintenance.
  • Experience in project management, new equipment installation, lab equipment calibrations and new facility check outs.
  • Installed conduit, wire and boxes for new equipment, and to replace damaged runs.
  • Perform cost studies and purchase of new equipment for production needs and new product lines.
  • Install air, water, gas, and electric service to new equipment installations.
  • Installed new equipment, which included working from electrical drawings and plant layout drawings.
  • Add new power source for new equipment and troubleshoot other facility related electrical problems.

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12. Control Systems

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Here's how Control Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Programmed, troubleshoot, and operated programmable controllers, distributive control systems and interlocking systems.
  • Skilled in computer operated control systems.
  • Serviced fire and life safety control systems in: hospitals, high rises, industrial buildings, and other commercial buildings.
  • Used Microsoft office and maintenance control systems to track labor, parts, and set up predictive maintenance procedures.
  • Maintain, repair, and troubleshoot motor control systems and various motors ranging from 120 to 480 volts.
  • Followed safety guidelines for production Frequently repaired and troubleshot AC/DC drives and three phase motor control systems.
  • Test and troubleshoot many problems ranging from 12 volt control systems up to 480 volts AC.
  • Constructed 6 rooms within building structure and worked with Class 10000 Clean Room Environmental Control Systems.
  • Maintained and operated radio controlled gantry cranes; associated dc drives & RF control systems.
  • Maintained roll coolant, lubrication systems, Annealing furnaces and related PLC control systems.
  • Modify / maintain PLC programs, motor drives and computer based control systems.
  • Worked with Building management systems from 2500a MCC's to HVAC control systems.
  • Designed and programmed PLC control systems in the construction of new machinery.
  • Installed motor control systems, lighting systems, and fire alarm systems.
  • Preformed manufacturer level installation of Siemens 840D and 611D control systems.
  • Perform all maintenance on all process control systems in silver mine.
  • Installed and serviced street lights and electrical control systems.
  • Installed electrical conduit, control systems or power systems.
  • Experience with PLC control systems and AC/DC drives.
  • Experienced in energy efficient green climate control systems.

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13. High Voltage

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Here's how High Voltage is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained precautions regarding high voltage and occupational hazards.
  • Worked to maintain with high voltages (12,500V/480V/277V/208/120V 3PH), while also ensuring safety of all visitors and staff members.
  • Experience with detecting underground cable line failures using CFL radar, high voltage cable testing, excavation and repairs.
  • Cleaned and tested feeder breakers, main breakers, tie breakers and transformers of low and high voltages.
  • Trouble shoot and performed special tasks which required special attention to detail on high voltage systems.
  • Install, upgrade, repair low and high voltage panels, new wiring for equipment.
  • Repaired High Voltage Lines, and worked with HV cables and there different components.
  • Install and repair high voltage wiring for motors distribution systems, furnace equipment.
  • Perform High Voltage work following the procedure and all safe work practices.
  • Maintain and support all activities relating to the high voltage substation.
  • Installed high voltage switch gear, motor starters and soft starts.
  • Rebuild and maintain High Voltage transformers and some transmission lines.
  • Worked in high voltage cabinets changing fuses, updating components.
  • Maintain and repair machinery operated on high voltage DC.
  • Filled high voltage transformers with oil after inspecting them.
  • Received high voltage and low voltage electrical training.
  • Performed Electrical Checker duties around high voltage equipment.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot high voltage sub stations.
  • Test all systems including medium/high voltage systems.
  • Experience in low and high voltage.

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14. AC

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Here's how AC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed other related duties that required complete training and experience usually acquired through a formal apprenticeship or equivalent training and experience
  • Maintained stocks of parts Repaired and rebuilt electric motors, generators and motorized equipment Replaced broken parts Rewired electrical Systems Experience
  • Maintain facility wide elevators meeting State of Arizona regulations and safety testing requirements, coordinating repairs and developing action items.
  • Maintained and repaired complex electrical systems on a wide variety of technical equipment and machinery.
  • Followed all safety regulations and fully documented all work performed in accordance with established procedures.
  • Coordinate contractors supervise craft workers with in a particular construction or plant environment.
  • Performed installation, maintenance and repair of general facility equipment conveyor systems.
  • Analyze and recommend improvements to existing facilities, equipment and operating systems.
  • Participated on numerous teams that remodeled office and manufacturing area facilities.
  • Offered subcontracting electrical jobs by a residential/ commercial building contractor.
  • Performed preventative and corrective maintenance on wide variety of machinery.
  • Perform electrical tasks in a fast paced chemical manufacturing facility.
  • Worked with engineering to develop\improve\troubleshoot various types of manufacturing equipment.
  • Tested malfunctioning machinery and discussed malfunctions with other maintenance workers.
  • Installed necessary components to existing machinery for better performance.
  • Confined space trained with anticipated confined space retrieval training.
  • Perform maintenance duties on facility electrical systems and equipment.
  • Read electrical and hydraulic schematics and conversed with manufacturers.
  • Perform preventative maintenance on all related manufacturing equipment.
  • Perform regular maintenance on electrical circuits and machinery.

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15. PLC

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Here's how PLC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Overhauled remote PLC cabinet, eliminating unsatisfactory wiring and providing significant improvement in troubleshooting ability.
  • Diagnosed and repaired systems such as PLC, variable speed AC/DC drives, I/O, pneumatic, hydraulic and sensor technology.
  • Install, Troubleshoot, and Repair PLC Logic Control, Robotics, Electrical, Mechanical, Pneumatic, and Hydraulic Equipment.
  • Install all electrical and instrumentation, PLC, communication systems.-Prepare maintenance budget and review all projects.-In charge of all maintenance training.
  • Programmed machines with PLC (Programmable Controller Logic) capabilities to allow for more flexibility of machinery setups and operations.
  • Tasked to provide on sight PLC support, in addition to repair and maintenance of the aluminum extrusion processes.
  • Diagnosed malfunctioning apparatuses, such as transformers, motors and lighting fixtures, using test equipment and PLC's.
  • Installed conveyors for all Wal-Mart and General Dollar stores, to include PLC's, Lighting Panels and fixtures.
  • Worked on motor controls, PLC's and telemetry at the Waste Water facility and Lift Station wells.
  • Process control devices, various types of sensors and switches, PLC controlled equipment, variable motor drives,
  • Worked as electrical maintenance liaison to the engineering group in order to develop PLC programming for manufacturing equipment.
  • Experience troubleshooting drives, controls, hydraulics, motors, PLC's, power supplies, and instrumentation.
  • Work with engineering and outside contractors for upgrading equipment, PLC's, presses, and robots.
  • Downloaded existing PLC programs, to maintain PLC inventory to reduce downtime due to unexpected break downs.
  • Maintained all plant electrical equipment on a continual basis * PLC programming in a Windows environment.
  • Installed 480 volt motor starters, proximity switches, lighting circuits, transmitters, PLC cabinets.
  • Blue Print Reading, PLC programming, Single Phase and Three Phase electrical motors and controllers.
  • Installed maintained and troubleshot NC machines, PLC Controllers AC/DC motor starters and building electrical equipment.
  • Analyzed problems and repaired all electrical equipment including variable motor drive and PLC controlled systems.
  • Use of laptop to interface with Allen Bradley and Siemens PLC's for diagnostic purposes.

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16. Hand Tools

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Here's how Hand Tools is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Assembled, installed, tested and maintained electrical wiring, equipment, apparatus and fixtures using hand tools and power tools.
  • Qualified working with fork lifts, genie booms, hand tools, and power tools that are used in the field.
  • Constructed and installed instrument panels using hand tools, rulers, dividers, and power drills following given specifications.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, precision measuring instruments, electrical and electronic testing devices and pullers.
  • Familiarized in the use of a variety of hand tools, power tools and standard electrical measuring instruments.
  • Use of volt-ohm meters, mega meters, amp probe all hand tools and most power tools.
  • Used hand tools, meters, test equipment, cranes, tow motors, and other equipment.
  • Put together all conduits, fabricated, and secured all conduit support brackets using hand tools.
  • Experienced in using hand tools, power tools, and electrical test equipment.
  • Repaired and replaced damaged parts and assembled motors, using hand tools.
  • Maintain a quarterly inspection on all electrical hand tools and cords.
  • Operated various hand tools, power tools, and diagnostic equipment
  • Skilled with various power and hand tools.
  • Rebuild and repair electrical hand tools.
  • Operated power and hand tools.
  • Used cable reels, cable strippers, meters, cable cutters, grinders, power and hand tools.
  • Use a variety of hand tools, power tools, etc.
  • Used hand tools and winches.
  • Used hand tools, power tools, precisionmeasuring instruments, electrical and electronic testing devices, hoists and lifts and pullers.
  • bend and hang conduit, pull electrical wiring, operate various tool and equipment and use general hand tools.

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17. CNC

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Here's how CNC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed Electrical/Mechanical/Hydraulic maintenance on CNC machinery.
  • Utilized electrical and electronic skill to troubleshoot CNC equipment.
  • Perform electrical and mechanical repairs on machine shop equipment including CNC's, mills, surface grinders and lathes.
  • Preformed monthly, semi-annual and annual PM's on a verity of CNC, mill and lathe machines.
  • Repair and installs electrical power supply to 8 robotics (routers CNC) machines per schematics.
  • Install and maintain CNC wood working equipment, welders, presses, and over-head hoist system.
  • Selected to attend a course on CNC Diagnostics and Repair in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
  • Install and maintain two 5 axis CNC routers and a 1,000 ton hydraulic press.
  • Employed as maintenance electrician for machine shop equipment (excluding CNC machines).
  • Wired and retrofitted machines including CNC's and industrial controlling systems and processes.
  • Experience in CNC repair and troubleshooting as well as servo motor replacement.
  • Assisted CNC machine technicians in maintenance and repair of CNC machining centers.
  • Serviced all machines in plant including CNC machines.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot 3 CNC Tube Benders.
  • Worked as an Electrician Maintaining NC/CNC Machines.
  • Repair of Motor Control and CNC Interfaces.
  • Operated and familiar with CNC machinery.
  • Specialized in CNC repair and rebuild.
  • Moved and installed CNC's.
  • Project Highlights Personally rewired antiquated metal forming machine to CNC system.

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18. Overhead Cranes

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Here's how Overhead Cranes is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Perform Electrical/Mechanical repairs to various Production machinery, to include Overhead Cranes
  • Provided maintenance for a variety of high voltage, direct current applications including overhead cranes (45 ton).
  • Qualified Operator of man lifts, pickers, gantry, jib, and overhead cranes and other heavy equipment.
  • Repair and trouble shooting of all electrical systems on overhead cranes, forklifts and inside electrical systems.
  • Performed Electrical Maintenance working on overhead cranes, punches, shears and all types of control systems.
  • Lead the day to day operation and maintenance for the overhead cranes in the Everett facility.
  • Preformed regular preventive maintenance on CNC machines, welders, weld manipulators, and overhead cranes.
  • Maintain and trouble shoot CNC machinery, conveyor belt system, and overhead cranes.
  • Maintained the electrical parts of the overhead cranes, single and dual head.
  • Maintained roll up doors, overhead cranes, and process production equipment.
  • Install: radio control for overhead cranes and automatic welding with Gantry.
  • Operated Forklifts, Scissor Lifts, Bucket Lifts, and Overhead Cranes.
  • Maintained all plant equipment including overhead cranes and over 200 welders.
  • Repair of overhead cranes, lighting, receptacles, service equipment.
  • Overhauled and maintained 250VDC Overhead Cranes and all related equipment.
  • Have a strong background of working with 480v overhead cranes.
  • Installed new machinery and maintained all equipment and overhead cranes.
  • Maintained all overhead cranes from 2 ton to 54 ton.
  • Inspect and repair overhead cranes from 1 to 25 ton.
  • Preformed preventive maintenance on CNC machines and overhead cranes.

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19. Trouble Shooting

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Here's how Trouble Shooting is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Trouble shooting equipment and electrical repairs of injection molding equipment.
  • Trouble shooting maintenance and repaired equipment and multiple hydraulic equipment.
  • Conducted trouble shooting and emergency repairs of electrical systems.
  • Trouble shooting and electrical analysis of all electrical components.
  • Performed trouble shooting and installation of pneumatic equipment.
  • Trouble shooting and repaired malfunctioning production equipment.
  • Performed all types of Maintenance and Electrical for production and facility equipment including set up and trouble shooting of new equipment.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical and mechanical systems of production and high speed packaging equipment.
  • Maintained commercial and residential infrastructure, adding circuits where needed, and also trouble shooting when needed.
  • Preformed electrical, and mechanical duties such as weekly PM's, trouble shooting and maintained equipment.
  • Worked with entire building overhead paging system, head end amplifier install, trouble shooting speaker install.
  • Trouble shooting and repair/ modification of equipment dealing with the production of ready to eat baked goods.
  • Preform maintenance repair and trouble shooting of all makes and models of welding equipment and generators.
  • Interpret electrical schematics, wiring diagrams, control and PLC Ladder logic for trouble shooting purposes.
  • Install conduit, wire panels, add/remove/maintain various electric components to systems, PLC trouble shooting.
  • Job duties included trouble shooting power loss, installing phone lines, and cable lines.
  • Worked with high, medium and low voltage circuitry, hydraulics trouble shooting and repair.
  • Trouble shooting of electrical and gas fired heat treat furnaces and melting furnaces.
  • Trouble shooting electrical issues that may arise during the operation of production.
  • Support production needs by trouble shooting, repairing, and installing equipment.

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20. Test Procedures

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Here's how Test Procedures is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Test Procedures to find possible reasons for equipment wear and malfunction.
  • Created test procedures to decrease repair and test time.
  • Understand computer programming language to develop quality test procedures.
  • Test procedures to ensure adequate operational performance in accordance with (IAW) specified guidelines.
  • Research and submit applicable changes to test procedures.
  • Report problems with existing test procedures.

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21. Building Maintenance

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Here's how Building Maintenance is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained electrical facilities performing building maintenance in offices and shops.
  • Perform building maintenance (anything electrical needing repair or installation)
  • Perform general electrical building maintenance whenever needed.
  • Maintained building maintenance and pollution control systems.
  • Provided maintenance to all systems in the plant for daily operations, including electric, hydraulic, pneumatic & building maintenance.
  • Performed routine building maintenance to include; lighting, power distribution, industrial size gas heating units and plant ventilation systems.
  • Position Held: Maintenance Tech Duties: Building maintenance including electrical, plumbing, carpentry and security systems.
  • Perform other routine task such as painting, ground maintenance, or other building maintenance work order request.
  • Machine tool wiring, machine building, welding, fabricating, mechanical maintenance of general machinery, building maintenance
  • Performed general building maintenance including all electrical installations, some HVAC and other tasks as required.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot substations, electrical mining equipment, high voltage power distribution and building maintenance.
  • Machine repair, third-shift electrician, Machine tool wiring and rewiring, general building maintenance
  • General Production and Building Maintenance, Conduit, Lights, air and water lines.
  • Power poles, electrical upgrades, lighting, cameras, and building maintenance.
  • Position: Maintenance Electrician/Technician Duties: Responsible for all phases of building maintenance.
  • Perform basic plumbing, carpentry, building maintenance and various preventive maintenance.
  • Job Duties: Perform all building maintenance and electrical repairs.
  • Worked as a shop electrician, building maintenance and driver.
  • Perform building maintenance of electrical on all systems.
  • Preformed building maintenance fixtures and repairs.

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22. Plant Operations

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Here's how Plant Operations is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Power plant operations, including electrical/mechanical maintenance and repair of generators, engines, and facilities.
  • Provided electrical maintenance for all plant operations.
  • Train new electricians in plant operations.
  • Operated and maintained ammonia refrigeration, electrical and plant utilities for food processing plant operations.
  • Operated and maintained refrigeration and electrical power support for tool and die plant operations
  • Provided mechanical and electrical maintenance support for plant operations.

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23. Control Panels

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Here's how Control Panels is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Designed and installed new electrical control panels, implemented energy conservation by adding KAVAR capacitors to reduce power consumption.
  • Assist with construction of electrical/electronic control panels according to drawings and wiring schedule.
  • Supported the project group performing electrical installations and building electrical control panels.
  • Fabricated machines and electrical control panels using all methods of constructing.
  • Assembled and wired electrical control panels for elevators.
  • Build control Panels from scratch per schematics with instrumentation, Motor Controls Motor Starters, Relays and Timers.
  • Designed and installed several motion control panels and various equipment upgrades as needed.
  • Trouble shot various problems with compressors, motors, control panels, hoists.
  • Repair brakes, shafts, motors, and hoist and control panels.
  • Install conduit, run wiring to control panels and timer systems.
  • Integrate control panels onto equipment, cable and test functionality.
  • Designed, constructed and programmed PLC control panels.
  • Wire in new control panels for machines.
  • Build control panels for various operations.
  • Installed control and distribution apparatus, such as switches, relays, lights, power distribution panels and motor control panels.
  • Controlled baking ovens, overhead conveyors, floor conveyors, boilers, substation transformers [ ] and control panels.
  • Maintained and repaired Induction Furnace Control Panels, (Ajax & Inductotherm).
  • Experienced with cable trays, control panels, switchgears and terminations.
  • flow transmitters, thermocouple, ovens, welders, plasma cutter, hydraulic presses, electrical- distribution and control panels.
  • Wire and repair electrical control panels utilizing Allen Bradley Micrologix, SLC500, Compactlogix, and ControlLogix PLC platforms.

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24. MIG

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Here's how MIG is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Fabricated parts and performed TIG, MIG and STICK welding when needed.
  • Performed Maintenance Welding Tasks using TIG, MIG and STICK welding.
  • Experienced in TIG, MIG, and ARC welding, rigging experience with Carry Deck 15 and 25 Ton cranes.
  • Repair, Replace light fixtures Air and water plumbing, Fabricating, MIG welding, Plasma torch cutting, soldering.
  • Programmed diagnosis and manipulated robots used in Spot, Mig Welding, Adhesive Sealer and Material Handling applications.
  • Fabricated rails/supports using mig and stick welders.
  • Experienced in pneumatics, hydraulics, torch and plasma cutting, mig welding and arc welding lift truck p.m. and repair.
  • Repaired equipment using resistance, mig, tig, stick, and hand held welding.
  • Light fabricating, mig and tig welding.
  • Arch, Tig and Mig welding.
  • Program and re-program PLC driven equipment as needed.. Mig and Tig welding to fabricate parts, mounts, assemblies.
  • Mastered plumbing and welding ( Mig, Arc, Tig, Brazing and soldering ).
  • fillet) Company certified to 1 unlimited ( mig ).
  • Fix anything that was broke, Vehicles/Airlines/Weldingleads/Gaslines/Migwelders/Archwelders/Overhead Cranes/Also took care of new supplys for welders and rest of employees.

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25. Conveyor Systems

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Here's how Conveyor Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Modernized production lines and conveyor systems incorporating new equipment.
  • Maintained facility including lighting of plant and conveyor systems
  • Installed conveyor systems and electrical distribution systems.
  • Worked on variable drives for conveyor systems and maintained the lighting and the electrical systems for warehouse, plant and offices.
  • Repair and maintenance of all plant equipment, including robotics, conveyor systems, hydraulic press, etc.
  • Provided troubleshooting for motor control centers, load bank stations, elevators, and overhead conveyor systems.
  • Maintained conveyor systems, carousels, PLC's, UPS systems, motor controls and photo eyes.
  • Included but not limited to conveyor systems, forklifts, and robotic equipment.
  • Work on conveyor systems with photocells, limit switches, and interlocks.
  • Repaired motors, conveyor systems, electrical fixtures, and control equipment.
  • Maintain and troubleshot furnaces and conveyor systems for high productive paint line.
  • Maintain conveyor systems and box making machines
  • Design and build conveyor systems.
  • Maintained and repaired conveyor systems and facilities through out building and site.
  • Repair Poly baggers scales conveyor systems also 480 v power Ac/D.C.
  • Install AC phase inverters in conveyor systems.
  • Serviced conveyor systems mechanically and electrically.Served as Maintenace Supervisor.
  • repaired industrial recycling extruders, silo controllers, grinders, blower systems, conveyor systems blenders
  • Installed, Maintained and Troubleshoot conveyor systems for the purpose of moving customer Product through DCs and DFCs for companies contracted.

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26. Variable Frequency

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Here's how Variable Frequency is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and Maintained PLC's, AC/DC drives, variable frequency drives including Allen Bradley, Siemens and GE equipment.
  • Direct, belt, chain and variable frequency drives, DI water systems, waste water treatment.
  • Install Motor Drive, Variable Frequency Drive for modification to existing tub lines.
  • Install, troubleshoot, and repair Variable Frequency drives.
  • Installed and maintained PLC's, Variable Frequency Drives.
  • Work with variable frequency drives and PLC's.
  • Programmed and maintained Allen Bradley variable frequency drives.
  • Installed and programmed variable frequency drives.
  • Programmed or set parameters for variable frequency drives and light plc work Troubleshot electrical motors and their control circuits

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27. Fanuc

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Here's how Fanuc is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with teaching and repairing FANUC robots that were responsible for assembly.
  • Assisted engineering initializing x, y, z axis set points for Fanuc robots with pneumatically driven limbs and grippers.
  • Program and/or drive Fanuc Robots using hand-held pendant or web-page as needed to ensure quality and production is met.
  • Performed Robotic and conveyor programming utilizing Fanuc RJ-2 controllers, Allen Bradley Plc-5 processors.
  • Experienced and trained to perform maintenance on GE Fanuc Robotics.
  • Performed maintenance and setup of Fanuc robots.
  • Worked with Fanuc Robots, Hydrogen furnaces.
  • Maintain and Repair Fanuc Robots.
  • Attended Fanuc Robot maintenance school.
  • Worked with Allen Bradley 5000 PLC's, device net circuits, Fanuc R-2000 robots.
  • Calibrated Fanuc and Hirata robotic platforms as needed.
  • Maintained automotive production lines and machinery,including Fanuc robots, CNC's, PLC's
  • Utilized computer software for troubleshooting of GE Fanuc PLCs.
  • Machine building and Fanuc robotics programing.
  • Completed a Mori Seiki Fanuc ladder diagram diagnostics troubleshooting class.
  • Work with Mitsubishi PLC logic, Fanuc & Kawasaki Robotics, Okuma Lathes and Cognex Vision Systems.
  • Perform path touchup of Motoman, and Fanuc robots in spot welding and material handling applications.
  • Job Duties: Troubleshoot Fanuc controlled Shiron CNC machines, and Okuma CNC lathe machines.
  • Repair and maintenance of cnc lathes with Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Yaskawa controls.
  • Installed input devices from Telemecanique, Keyence, Allen Bradley, Pilz, Squair-D, Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Cutler Hammer.

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28. Electrical Repairs

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Here's how Electrical Repairs is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Conducted electrical repairs on industrial-size laundry washers, extractors and dryers according to manufactures technical manuals and drawings.
  • Handle all electrical repairs pertaining to plant equipment electrical supply systems.
  • Executed all mechanical and electrical repairs of all equipment.
  • Perform general electrical repairs throughout the facility.
  • Performed basic low voltage electrical repairs, low and medium voltage cable routing, and splicing and terminating.
  • Assisted in the preparation and inspection of electrical repairs performed by outside contractors and during annual shipyard overhaul.
  • Performed general electrical repairs on client systems & equipment, ensuring adherence to code requirements.
  • Performed mechanical and electrical repairs to drill presses motors transformers panels gears plasma cutters etc.
  • Repair steam and electrical repairs on dryers, vacuum pumps, conveyors and robots.
  • Provide all electrical repairs, upgrades and plant safety improvements.
  • Performed maintenance on a twenty six million dollar complex on preventive maintenance and all electrical repairs done on the complex.
  • Experienced in the field of electrical repairs of buildings machinery, transformer substations and controls.

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29. General Maintenance

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Here's how General Maintenance is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed electrical functions installing, and repairing general maintenance equipment.
  • Experienced in using electricity, electronics and general maintenance.
  • Performed general maintenance and electrical services throughout the facility.
  • Performed all electrical maintenance and general maintenance.
  • General maintenance, Lawn care, electrical, plumbing, heating, and all repairs to buildings.
  • Assist the general maintenance crew with equipment rebuilds, plant shutdowns, and new equipment installations.
  • Learned quickly proper procedures for general maintenance, carpentry, mechanical and plumbing needs.
  • Go as needed on the floor for general maintenance calls for each printer.
  • Performed general maintenance in concourses, terminals and airport controlled buildings.
  • General maintenance on main generator for plant.
  • General Maintenance throughout the plant.
  • Repair metal working machines General maintenance/electrician
  • General maintenance duties for multi-building college campus.
  • General Maintenance on Rail Runner Platforms and Facilities Electrical, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, landscaping, etc.
  • repair general maintenance of plastic manufacturing machinery including extrudes, mixers, blenders, and injection molding.
  • general maintenance, repair, remodel Wal-Mart, painter at Wal-Mart.
  • Maintain table plainers, Crane rebuild and repair, General Maintenance

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30. Pneumatic Systems

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Here's how Pneumatic Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Support mechanics with hydraulic and pneumatic systems and mechanical repairs.
  • Tested troubleshoot electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Gained proficiency in hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Repair and PM of all plant electrical systems while applying mechanical aptitude for the repair of electrical and pneumatic systems.
  • Vacuum material handling systems (pneumatic), Proficient in both hydraulic and pneumatic systems and applications.
  • Deal with Electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic systems threw out the day.
  • Solved problems with pneumatic systems involving pneumatic valves, and switches.
  • Repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems throughout the plant.
  • Diagnose, replace and install hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • Maintained hydraulic systems, pneumatic systems, electricalsystems, HVAC and AC/DC systems.

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31. NEC

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Here's how NEC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed all maintenance activities necessary for operations with union partnership responsibilities on a team responsible for all construction and remodeling projects.
  • Maintained adequate inventories of electrical spare parts and requisitions replacements as required; repaired portable tools; soldered electrical connections.
  • Tested conductors, according to electrical diagrams and specifications, to identify corresponding conductors and to prevent incorrect connections.
  • Installed new conduit risers throughout buildings where necessary to provide additional power to new electrical rooms for upcoming renovations.
  • Ensured all necessary materials were on hand and performed operational checks including alignment of new overhead crane installation.
  • Installed new electrical systems as necessary and Cat 5e telecommunication systems for building upgrades.
  • Work throughout facility to provide necessary support to ensure day-to-day maintenance issues were resolved.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical malfunctions to machines and also utility failures when necessary.
  • Make mechanical and electrical repairs as required in connection with electrical service.
  • Perform upgrades to electrical systems as deemed necessary for safety and expansion.
  • Provided 24/7 support when necessary to ensure electrical systems were operational.
  • Maintain complete personal tool inventory necessary to perform job functions.
  • Diagnose and repair equipment necessary to keep facility production optimized.
  • Provide and maintain necessary documentation to ensure appropriate record keeping.
  • Research minimum safety and regulatory standards through NEC requirements.
  • Identify and order necessary parts for all manufacturing equipment.
  • Implemented modifications when necessary & electrical wiring of equipment.
  • Trained new maintenance helpers, supervised department when necessary.
  • Gathered necessary materials and checked status before installation.
  • Diagnosed electrical breakdowns and made necessary repairs.

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32. Ladder Logic

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Here's how Ladder Logic is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Designed and implemented ladder logic and safety protocols on all retrofits.
  • Install, troubleshoot and maintain various AC/DC drives and control wiring including use of Rockwell/Siemens PLC ladder logic software.
  • Created 2 rungs on the Ladder Logic for air processing sensor, which determined correct air flow in parts.
  • Develop, debug and maintain PLC ladder logic for new and existing machinery through use of ControlLogix.
  • Utilized Equipment diagnostics, schematics, ladder logic diagrams, and other machine manuals.
  • Experienced in reading and interpreting blueprints, ladder logic and schematics diagrams.
  • Updated and created electrical schematic drawings and ladder logic diagrams.
  • Work with PLC's and ladder logic to continue production.
  • Used complex PLC systems and, modified ladder logic.
  • Use ladder logic in the troubleshooting all controls relays.
  • Interpret ladder logic, control schematics and engineering drawings.
  • Function block, ladder logic and statement list.
  • Review and editing programs, ladder logic.
  • Used Siemens Ladder Logic to program the equipment
  • Blue print reading, ladder logic.
  • Added graphics and ladder logic for new conveyors to panelview and associated processor.
  • Convert ladder logic to IFix for operator control.

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33. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintain Safe and clean working area, follow all safety guidelines including but not limited to LOTO, OSHA, ISO9004.
  • Maintain compliance with safe working practices including Arc Flash 70E compliance and related OSHA safe working standards.
  • Adhered to all OSHA safety requirements while working at the plant location and reported unsafe conditions.
  • Educated in safety techniques using proper PPE, hold OSHA 10, TWIC and CPR certification.
  • Help bring company under OSHA guide lines in all areas of safety, improved work conditions.
  • Utilize 5S, OSHA standards and MSDS to ensure a safe work environment.
  • Served as safety facilitator to ensure compliance with OSHA and NFPA regulations.
  • Certified confined space, OSHA 10, and fork truck operator.
  • Strived to meet or exceed safety standards that were put forth by OSHA guidelines.
  • Ensured all equipment and machines complied with Osha safety regulations.
  • Assisted in updating machinery to meet OSHA requirements.
  • Certified in OSHA "A", "B", "C" level of protective clothing.

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34. Switch Gear

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Here's how Switch Gear is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Performed repairs on 5 stage turbine compressors, at voltages up to 4160vac 3-phase, switch gear and motors and panels.
  • Switch gears, component layout and mounting to frame installation, measurement, fabrication and installation of conduit and associated fittings.
  • Performed Clean and Inspect of low and medium voltage switch gear during refueling outages.
  • Balance of electrical loads, electrical circuitry, load centers and switch gear.
  • Participated on team that performed preventive maintenance and cleaning of switch gear system.
  • Tested, inspected, repaired 277 v/480 V Panels and Switch Gear.
  • Experience in wiring panels, switch gears and control boxes.
  • Check airfield generators and switch gears for malfunctions and alarms.
  • Installed and rebuilt automatic transfer switch gear.
  • Installed electrical switch gear and panel boxes.
  • Worked on Switch Gear up to 480 Volts.
  • Repair electric motors, motor control, sub stations, switch gear, heat tracing systems, ect.
  • Maintained electric motors and motor controls Maintained 2400v switch gear and substations
  • Maintain steam boiler system Maintain fire alarm system and fire pumps Maintain switch gears and transformer maintenance

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35. Hydraulic Systems

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Here's how Hydraulic Systems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Maintained and repaired various welding equipment, hydraulic systems and other equipment
  • Work with mechanical maintenance on troubleshooting pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintained electrical, electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic systems, used in the production of specialty metal products.
  • Supervised complete upgrade of second metal forming machine to CNC including electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems for paper making, converting and facilities systems.
  • Diagnose and repair electrical, mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Work on pneumatic and hydraulic systems and rewire casting machines.
  • Have a good understanding of hydraulic systems.
  • Possess knowledge of Pneumatic and Hydraulic systems.
  • Experience with pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Worked on pneumatic and hydraulic systems.
  • Perform maintenance of hydraulic systems.
  • Read and write schematics for pneumatics and hydraulic systems and build them Operate all shop tools; Ex.
  • Maintain a clean and safe work place Knowledge of hydraulic systems Welding and Fabrication Changing out motors, pumps, and cylinders

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36. EMT

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Here's how EMT is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed EMT/Rigid conduit to relocated equipment.
  • Applied copper, installed PVC piping, installed drywall, and bent conduit EMT.
  • Installed electrical circuits by bending and installing EMT and rigid metal conduit.
  • Replace corroded EMT with PVC in an area with corrosive vapors.
  • Installed EMT conduit and wiring for new electrical services.
  • Coordinated rigid and EMT conduit runs for projects.
  • Run various types of conduit, Rigid, EMT and Flex types.
  • Run EMT, RGC, and Aluminum conduit.
  • Arranged wiring, fixtures, and ran EMT/Rigid conduit boxes in preparation for installations Installed all receptacles both suspended and stationary.
  • Job Duties consist of - Running And bending Conduit-EMT, rigid mostly all electrical job duties in Industrial Field.
  • Install conduit of all types and size to include flexible, emt, and rigid conduit.
  • Run electrical conduit, emt, ridgid.
  • Run ridged, emt and pvc conduit.
  • Installed circuits for power and lighting using 1/2in to 2 in emt, rigid, pvc, and mc cable.
  • Worked with RMC and EMT conduit from " to 4" as well as flex and other material.

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37. Mechanical Equipment

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Here's how Mechanical Equipment is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Handled the preventive and corrective maintenance on a variety of electrical/mechanical equipment in ninety-eight schools.
  • Advanced troubleshooting with various Repairs complex electrical/mechanical equipment to ensure production goals are met.
  • Work in an industrial environment troubleshooting and repairing electrical and some mechanical equipment.
  • Maintain ski lifts and associated electrical and mechanical equipment and area facilities.
  • Performed preventive maintenance and all mechanical equipment, rebuilt motor's
  • Used preventative and standard maintenance on electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Installed electrical and mechanical equipment used in polymer extrusion.
  • Maintain electrical-mechanical equipment related to the heat treating industry
  • Maintain all associated Electrical and Mechanical equipment.
  • Repaired electrical and some mechanical equipment.
  • Read and interpret drawings, blueprints, schematics to determine layout of industrial electrical and mechanical equipment / machine installations.
  • Analyzed machine failures, overhaul, dismantle, adjust and make general repairs to machines and mechanical equipment.
  • Install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain mechanical equipment, electrical circuits, fluid power systems.
  • Performed periodic maintenance of various mechanical equipment, ice machines, fork lift's and kitchen equipment.
  • Perform repairs to hydraulic / mechanical equipment as needed while in production, via line calls.
  • Maintain electrical equipment, pumps, plumbing, mechanical equipment on manufacturing lines.
  • Trouble shooting and repair of motors and various electrical and mechanical equipment.
  • Performed troubleshooting high voltage equipment, PLC controls, and mechanical equipment.
  • Maintained pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical equipment in industrial plant.
  • Maintain electrical and mechanical equipment in a highly productive saw mill.

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38. Allen-Bradley

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Here's how Allen-Bradley is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Worked with Allen-Bradley programmable controllers.
  • Use of Rockwell Automation software and Allen-Bradley SLC 500 and PLC 5 systems.
  • Worked with Allen-Bradley PLC devices, as well as relay logic controls.
  • Serviced and maintained 3 Allen-Bradley Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC).
  • Use Allen-Bradley PLC software to program and solve electrical malfunctions.
  • Worked with Computer-Process Management, and PLC controls, including Allen-Bradley SLC500, Micrologix, and Cutler-Hammer.
  • Attended Allen-Bradley courses for extensive training in the development and operation of Logix programs.
  • Installed and programed Toshiba and Allen-Bradley invertors.
  • Worked with allen-bradley PLC's, Teledyne, and Keyence vision systems.

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39. ABB

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Here's how ABB is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Repair and maintenance of all manufacturing equipment such as ABB Robotic Welders and Grading and Lewis CNC Milling Machines.
  • Poured new Babbitt bearings weighing 40lbs each in gang saws and inserted grease grooves.
  • Repaired and maintained presses, hoists, cranes and ABB robots.
  • work on conveyors replacing bearing and chains Accomplishments install electrical conduit and wiring for four new ABB robots.
  • Diagnosed first and last Red Rabbit parts to test for malfunctions and verify parts are to spec.
  • Program, wire, troubleshoot, and maintain Nachi and ABB robots.
  • Repair and reprogram FANUC robodrills/robots and ABB robots.
  • Operated and maintained 34.5 KV ABB switchgear.
  • Worked with Fanuc, ABB and Kawasaki robots recovering from crashes and repairing faulty equipment.
  • Experienced on Siemens PLC , Yaskawa and ABB AC drives

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40. New Construction

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Here's how New Construction is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Coordinate and oversee new construction projects in conjunction with outside electrical contractors, ensuring all work was performed to hospital specifications.
  • Installed new construction conduit runs, pulled wires and cables and terminated ends for new or relocated pieces of equipment.
  • Worked with electrical contractors to ensure that new construction being performed was installed to the current National Electric Code.
  • Supervised line crew's new construction and maintenance overhead and underground 480-12KV high voltage electric distribution system.
  • Performed all electrical maintenance and new construction at sites in Knoxville and Nashville, TN.
  • Installed new construction and maintenance of power and control systems at large oil process plant.
  • Ordered material, ran underground for new construction.
  • Work on maintenance and new construction sites.
  • Wire new construction and construction additions.
  • Plant maintenance and new construction.
  • Provided new construction and maintenance support for entire production facility, including mechanical, hydraulics, electrical, instrumentation and pneumatics.
  • Performed minor and major electrical maintenance as well as new construction of 120v-277v lighting fixtures (e.g.
  • Worked on various projects, new construction, remodels and repairOf existing electrical installations.
  • Remodel of all Chacho Restaurants, maintenance of equipment, and new construction.
  • Performed small in house new constructionprojects, managed inventory for the electrical shop.
  • contract New construction, install industrial and commercial.

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41. TIG

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Here's how TIG is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Volunteer Mountain Safety Risk Management Assisted injured skiers, collect information, witness statements, and document accident site investigations.
  • Obtained detailed understanding of contract requirements and ability to implement required processes and systems in a tight time-frame.
  • Review electrical wiring schematics during the investigation of equipment failure to make an accurate decision to repair.
  • Investigate and report information on outside electrical projects!
  • Respond to all Fire Alarm Life Safety incidents by leading the preliminary investigation of areas in question.
  • Investigated power feeds of tenants to properly sub-meter tenant spaces and to update one line drawings.
  • Ensured schedule risk assessments are performed to identify and mitigate program cost and scheduling risks.
  • Perform infrared inspections, investigate & analyze anomalies, and create detailed reports recommending repairs.
  • Provide the best possible reason for equipment failure during investigations.
  • Investigate and resolve problems; devise and implement solutions.
  • Experience in using TIG welder, acetylene torch.
  • Clean and Grease Knife Switches and Tighten Lugs.
  • Investigated and resolved problems as they occurred.
  • Repair and maintain welders, CNC, TIG, and Stick.
  • Experienced in tig and gas welding.
  • Received the prestigious "2012 Frito-Lay Leadership Circle Award".
  • Installed electrical equipment, preformed Arc and Tig welding, replaced bearings on motors and exhaust fans.

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42. Light Fixtures

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Here's how Light Fixtures is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed conduit and repaired damaged electrical application: receptacles and light fixtures.
  • Maintain, repair, troubleshooting of sheet metal fabrication machines, replace old lighting with proxy sensor LED light fixtures,
  • Performed general electrical work, including installation of switches, light fixtures and rewiring.
  • Use ladders, lift and aerial equipment to reach light fixtures.
  • Install and maintain light switches, light fixtures, outlets, ballast
  • Install receptacles, light fixtures, ceiling fans, etc.
  • Replace light fixtures as needed.
  • Build light fixtures and change ballast
  • Rebuild and replace high bay, 400 watt metal halide light ballast, install and maintain T5 and T8 light fixtures.
  • light fixtures and 110 recepts * Replace old cable trays and wires.

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43. Assembly Line

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Here's how Assembly Line is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Preformed maintenance work on several automotive electronic assembly Lines.
  • Organize and assemble electrical hardware for assembly line machinery.
  • Aided in start-up of new state-of-the-art automated assembly line.
  • Performed routine, emergency, and preventive maintenance and repairs as required in plant production and assembly line equipment.
  • Install and maintain production line for Plant Fuji Repair assembly line machines Install new equipment/machines General Electrical work
  • Maintain and repair assembly line for problem to assure the loss of production time.
  • Assisted in layout and programming of PLC's for assembly line processes
  • Make sure that assembly lines are productive and well run.
  • Assist in bringing in new automated assembly lines.
  • Maintain assembly line equipment and automated welding machines Machined replacement parts for equipment that was designed and engineered in house
  • Maintained and repaired installed electrical systems on assembly line Maintained the records of all electrical equipment.
  • Installed new electrical circuits including devices, motor drives, new assembly lines, plant lighting.
  • Plant maintenance including robots, CNC's, heavypresses, a variety of PLC's, integrated cellcontrollers, assembly lines
  • Repair factory and assembly line equipment.Repair factorylighting.Added circuits as needed.

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44. Relay Logic

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Here's how Relay Logic is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Install, troubleshoot, and program GE & Allen Bradley PLC's, troubleshoot relay logic.
  • Assemble relay logic panels (relays, timers, counter etc.)
  • Worked on PLC systems, Relay Logic systems, Frequency Drive systems.
  • Relay logic, plc, lathe, grinding, coating, dip tanks, chroming, packaging, engraving machines.
  • relay logic and PLC) and equipment.
  • Rewired and edited programs for the die cast robot I also maintained various relay logic bar feed machines.

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45. Limit Switches

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Here's how Limit Switches is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Installed and troubleshoot photo eyes, motor starters, relays, proximity sensors, limit switches.
  • Installed and terminated proximity switch and limit switches.
  • Replaced photo-eye sensors, proximity/limit switches, Mac valves,gages, etc.
  • Maintain and repair controls and limit switches on hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders, rams, and material loaders.
  • Experienced in installing and maintaining photo sensor limit switches.
  • Pull and terminate conductors & cables, wire limit switches, lights, receptacles, motors.

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46. HMI

low Demand
Here's how HMI is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Install, calibrate, monitor, modify, program, maintain and repair HMI and DCS control instrumentation.
  • Improved layout and design of WonderWare HMI pages associated with Reheat Furnace controls and monitoring.
  • Install, troubleshoot, and modify PLC programs including PanelView and GOT HMI.
  • Retrofit equipment with new hardware and software including PLC and HMI interface controls.
  • Install, program and troubleshoot Human Machine interfaces (HMI).
  • Develop and troubleshoot HMI projects utilizing Factory Talk View Studio.
  • Worked closely with RSLogix and RSView32 HMI; also troubleshoot SLC 500 and Automate programmable logic controllers.
  • Program PLC's, versa views, panel views and HMI's.
  • Program, Install and Commission: PLCs, HMIs, Servo Drives, Motion Controllers and AC/DC Drives.
  • Program furnace temperatures on the plc & hmi's on Siemens and allen Bradley systems.

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47. Production Machinery

low Demand
Here's how Production Machinery is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Coordinate the maintenance and repair of all electrical systems including production machinery, plumbing systems and pneumatic/vacuum systems.
  • Identified problems with the production machinery and determined corrective actions.
  • Repair and maintain high-speed aerosol can production machinery.
  • Install electric service and production machinery.
  • Repair industrial lighting and production machinery.
  • Work on new installations, and production machinery troubleshooting, upgrades of machinery, PLC troubleshooting, along with mechanical maintenance.
  • Maintained all areas within the facility equally, (plumbing, electrical service and production machinery).
  • Maintain, troubleshoot, repair of production machinery and equipment.
  • Designed controls for production machinery built in house.
  • Repair and maintain high speed production machinery.
  • Maintain production machinery, troubleshhot and make repairs and installations of electrical equipment and machinery.
  • Preformed troubleshooting and repairs of motors and control Systems, on all plant production machinery.
  • Repair, and maintain production machinery for processing styro foam.
  • Trouble shoot, repair production machinery .
  • Maintained and repaired production machinery including Cincinnati Milacron and K&T Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) 5-axis milling machinery.
  • Perform weekly pms on production machinery .

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48. SLC

low Demand
Here's how SLC is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Designed, assembled, and installed an AB SLC 500/Honeywell Control System that replaced the outdated T.I.
  • Experienced in PLC 5 family processors, SLC 500-504 series, power distribution, and control wiring.
  • Installed, maintained and troubleshot Allen Bradley SLC/500 programmable logic controllers.
  • Use SLC 500, PANELVIEW, PLC2, PLC5, ALLEN BRADLEY and others to diagnose equipment.
  • Trouble shoot and repair Allen Bradley SLC-5, 500 and Siemens PLC's.
  • Worked with pneumatics, hydraulics, Allen Bradley SLC-5, 500 PLC's and Blow molding equipment.
  • Program PLCs including, Allen Bradley PLC5 and SLC500 series.
  • Design programming, PLC's andSLC's Running pipe.
  • Experienced with Controllogix, Compactlogix, Micrologix, and SLC500.

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49. New Installations

low Demand
Here's how New Installations is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Recruited to work at the Tulsa International Bus Plant for new installations, troubleshooting of existing equipment, and safety overview.
  • Run conduit and install equipment for new installations as well as respond to problems that come up during the shift.
  • Read, analyze & utilize blueprints & schematics regularly for troubleshooting; to implement repairs & new installations.
  • Oversee and trouble shoot all new installations to maximize the potential of the machinery.
  • Size electrical equipment, raceways, and conductors for new installations and updates.
  • Have installed, and commissioned numerous projects for new installations and equipment upgrades.
  • Updated and new installations of electrical systems at MN State Fair grounds.
  • Installed bus plugs pipe and wire for new installations.
  • Worked with maintenance engineers to complete new installations.
  • Edit programs for new installations.
  • Perform electrical maintenance on equipment *Follow electrical blueprints for new installations
  • Maintained all electrical equipment and made new installations andUpgrades.
  • work on all new installations of equipment.

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50. Mechanical Problems

low Demand
Here's how Mechanical Problems is used in Maintenance Electrician jobs:
  • Replace outdated/damaged equipment * Install new electrical service and upgrade electrical panels * Troubleshoot electric/mechanical problems
  • Perform troubleshooting and repairing electrical/mechanical problems or issues with Hill-Rom Beds.
  • Helped and repaired any mechanical problems.
  • have to troubleshoot any and all electrical/mechanical problems with the machines and throughout the plant.
  • Locate an troubleshoot lectrical and mechanical problems for repair.
  • Service variety of overhead crane makes, performing routine maintenance and troubleshooting electrical and mechanical problems.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Maintenance Electrician

Electrical Systems27.2%
Motor Control Centers13.3%
Preventative Maintenance9%
RUN Conduit7.1%
Air Compressors5.6%
Circuit Breakers4.3%
Hvac3.6%
VFD3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Maintenance Electrician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Electrical Systems
Electrical Systems
21.3%
21.3%
2
2
Motor Control Centers
Motor Control Centers
10.4%
10.4%
3
3
Preventative Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance
7.1%
7.1%
4
4
RUN Conduit
RUN Conduit
5.6%
5.6%
5
5
Air Compressors
Air Compressors
4.4%
4.4%
6
6
Circuit Breakers
Circuit Breakers
3.4%
3.4%
7
7
Hvac
Hvac
2.8%
2.8%
8
8
VFD
VFD
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Electric Motors
Electric Motors
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Production Equipment
Production Equipment
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
New Equipment
New Equipment
2%
2%
12
12
Control Systems
Control Systems
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
High Voltage
High Voltage
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
AC
AC
1.7%
1.7%
15
15
PLC
PLC
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
Hand Tools
Hand Tools
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
CNC
CNC
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Overhead Cranes
Overhead Cranes
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Trouble Shooting
Trouble Shooting
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Test Procedures
Test Procedures
1.3%
1.3%
21
21
Building Maintenance
Building Maintenance
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Plant Operations
Plant Operations
1.1%
1.1%
23
23
Control Panels
Control Panels
1.1%
1.1%
24
24
MIG
MIG
1%
1%
25
25
Conveyor Systems
Conveyor Systems
1%
1%
26
26
Variable Frequency
Variable Frequency
1%
1%
27
27
Fanuc
Fanuc
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Electrical Repairs
Electrical Repairs
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
General Maintenance
General Maintenance
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Pneumatic Systems
Pneumatic Systems
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
NEC
NEC
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Ladder Logic
Ladder Logic
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Osha
Osha
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Switch Gear
Switch Gear
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Hydraulic Systems
Hydraulic Systems
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
EMT
EMT
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
ABB
ABB
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
New Construction
New Construction
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
TIG
TIG
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Light Fixtures
Light Fixtures
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Assembly Line
Assembly Line
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Relay Logic
Relay Logic
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Limit Switches
Limit Switches
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
HMI
HMI
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Production Machinery
Production Machinery
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
SLC
SLC
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
New Installations
New Installations
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Mechanical Problems
Mechanical Problems
0.4%
0.4%

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