Curer Acid Drum Salary in British Columbia, Canada
The average pay for a Curer Acid Drum is $35,069 a year and $17 an hour in British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Curer Acid Drum is between $27,079 and $41,599.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in British Columbia, Canada.
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Tends heated presses that mold and cure rubber goods or sports equipment, such as bowling balls, golf and tennis ball covers, and golf ball cores: moves mold to press, using powered truck or handtruck.
Sprays inner surface of mold with lubricant to prevent rubber from sticking.
Positions preform rubber, half-shells, or cores in mold cavities or on lower die and places upper die over rubber.
May insert metal parts in mold cavities to join with rubber during process.
Closes mold and pushes it into press or moves lever to raise lift-table.
Closes and starts press.
Sets timer for specified curing time.
Pulls mold from press and strips articles from mold.
Tears flash ring from edge of workpieces.
Removes rind from molds, using airhose and steel wool.
May cut preform rubber for molding.
May be designated according to articles molded as curer, acid drum; gasket molder; golf ball molder; heel molder; outsole molder; rubber-heel-and-sole press tender.
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