Perform maintenance to pipelines and their coating properties by applying chemicals and techniques. Maintain external anti-corrosion, internal coating, concrete weight coating, thermal insulation, and other coating properties.
conduct maintenance to protect coating properties of pipelines
maintain pipeline coating features
ensure pipelines retain their coating qualities
perform maintenance to protect coating properties of pipelines
maintain the coating qualities of pipelines
maintain the coating properties of pipelines
maintain pipeline coating qualities
ensure pipelines retain their coating features
maintain the coating features of pipelines
ensure pipelines retain their coating properties
Skill reusability level
Relationships with occupations
Maintain pipeline coating properties is an essential skill of the following occupations:
Pipeline pump operator: Pipeline pump operators tend pump equipment and systems to transfer liquids and substances (e.g. such as chemical solutions, crude oil, gases, and others) from one point to the next. They operate hoses, pumps, and other equipment according to the good to be transferred. They ensure smooth circulation and flow of the goods in the pipelines.
Pipeline maintenance worker: Pipeline maintenance workers operate different equipment to keep the suitability of the pipelines. They perform checks for deviations and administer chemicals according to the needs and cleaning aim (e.g. corrosion shunning)
Maintain pipeline coating properties is optional for these occupations. This means knowing this skill may be an asset for career advancement if you are in one of these occupations.
Water network operative: Water network operatives maintain pipes and pumping stations used for water supply, waste water removal and sewerage. They perform planned maintenance and repair tasks and clear blockages in pipes and drains.
Sewerage maintenance technician: Sewerage maintenance technicians inspect sewers and pipeline systems. They do this by using moving video cameras, whose recordings tell them whether they need to perform any maintenance and repair on these types of systems.
Pipeline engineer: Pipeline engineers design and develop the engineering aspects for the construction of pipeline infrastructures in various kinds of sites (e.g. inland, maritime). They envision and create the specifications for pumping systems and for the general transport of goods through pipelines.
Sewerage network operative: Sewerage network operatives maintain sewerage systems which remove and transport wastewater and sewerage. They inspect pipes, pumping stations, and mains, looking for leaks or other faults, and repair any problems. They clear blockages, and perform maintenance duties, using network maps and specialised software.