Last Updated: 28th June 2019 (over 3 years ago)
I have been involved instrumentation for +- 7 years and I love my job. I have extensive field experience and I’m not scared to get my hands dirty. I have good SCADA and PLC knowledge and can find my way around new systems easily.
I currently do standby for 6 plants with different processes and also act as supervisor when required. I am ready to prove myself in the next level of Automation, gain and share as much knowledge and experience as possible and I will definitely bring a new vibe to your organization
National Diploma Industrial Instrumentation
National Diploma Electrical Engineering
— Dec 2008
Performing all tasks related in accordance to SEP and JHA provide.
Inspect, repair and maintain assets and process control / instrumentation equipment to minimize adverse impact on production.
Oversee, assist and support maintenance jobs of all Servicepersons.
Perform condition monitoring, fault finding and problem solving on instrumentation.
Perform fair and reasonable tasks related to the job and working environment, at the discretion of the Maintenance Controller / Supervisor.
Liaise with Maintenance Controller / Supervisor to identify maintenance and service needs.
Hands-on maintenance during breakdowns and shutdowns.
Technical evaluation of equipment and projects.
Additional Plant Equipment:
Conveyor Belts Scales
Dust Extraction Bag house
Dry Stream Analyzers (DSA)
Lab Basic (XRD, XRF, Robotics) (Polysius)
PLC Software- RS Logic 5000,
PLC Hardware- Control Logic, PLC 5, Ethernet, Control Net, Device Net
SCADA Programs - RS View, Cimplicity Workbench
Apprentice Instrumentation Artisan
— Feb 2014
Repairs defective instruments in the plant or workshop
Interprets Engineering and process drawings, manuals and parts lists
Investigates reported inadequate performance, using skills and instruction manuals where necessary.
Perform routine functional tests of equipment.
Interprets operator’s description of fault and uses process knowledge to evaluate.