Operate hydrogen extraction equipment


Operate the equipment used in hydrogen extraction and processing.

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operating hydrogen extraction equipment
tend hydrogen extraction equipment
hydrogen extraction equipment operating
tending hydrogen extraction equipment
hydrogen extraction equipment tending

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Essential skill

Operate hydrogen extraction equipment is an essential skill of the following occupations:

Optional skill

Operate hydrogen extraction equipment 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.

Air separation plant operator: Air separation plant operators control and maintain the equipment for nitrogen and oxygen extraction from air, ensuring the required operational parameters of pressure, flow and temperature are met. They perform product purity tests and monitor its transfer to storage tanks or to fill cylinders.
Industrial engineer: Industrial engineers design a vast array of production systems aiming to present efficient and effective solutions. They integrate a varied number of variables such as workers, technology, ergonomics, production flows, and product specifications for the design and implementation of production systems. They can specify and design for microsystems as well.
Gas production engineer: Gas production engineers develop methods to optimise the extraction and production of gas for energy and utilities. They design systems for gas production, supervise production operations and develop improvements on existing systems.
Gas processing plant supervisor: Gas processing plant supervisors supervise the processing of gas for utility and energy services by controlling compressors and other processing equipment to ensure standard operation. They supervise the maintenance of the equipment, and perform tests to detect problems or deviations, and to ensure quality.




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Last updated on September 20, 2022