Strip Cleaner Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a Strip Cleaner is $49,330 a year and $24 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a Strip Cleaner is between $36,685 and $59,871.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Sets up and controls continuous pickling or electrolytic-cleaning line to remove dirt, oil, and scale from coils of brass, copper, or steel strip and wire: turns valve to add acid to processing tanks and shovels inhibitor into tanks to obtain baths of specified acid concentration.
Installs and adjusts guides, pinch and leveler rolls, and side shears on processing line, according to specified dimensions of coils to be cleaned, using handtools.
Moves controls to regulate speed of coil through line, to shear coil on each side of weld or stitch, and to remove coil from upcoiler machine.
Verifies dimensions of pickled coils, using micrometer and measuring tapes.
Examines surface of coils to verify removal of dirt, oil, and scale.
Tests solution concentration in baths, using titration test equipment, and adjusts processing line controls to ensure conformance to specifications.
May be designated according to type of line controlled as electrolytic de-scaler.
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Strip Cleaner Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Heavy Cleaner - $15.95/hr (part-time/floor cleaner) (23912002)
New Haven, United States
Owens Realty Services
... stripping, sealers, waxing., spot cleaners, vacuums, etc. â€¢ Use and handling of heavy machines such as floor machines, canister, upright and back-pack vacuums, wet vacs, all-in-one sprayer/washer ...
Heavy Cleaner - $15.95/hr (Facility Services - Greenwich NB/SB) (21362009/21362013)
Greenwich, United States
Owens Realty Services
Responsible for all duties with respect to floor care, such as the proper use of mops, buckets, floor machines, buffing, stripping, sealers, waxing., spot cleaners, vacuums, etc. Use and handling of ...
... stripping, waxes and cleaning agents. 3.##### Follows universal safety precautions while following daily cleaning routines. 4.##### Follows safety standards set by local state and federal guidelines ...
ElectroMechanical Tech/Setup Mechanic - NIGHT SHIFT
Shelton, CT, USA
Practices good housekeeping including clutter-free work area and general cleaning; follows FDA ... Starting with Safe-T-Gard tear strips that created the first tamper-resistant food container, to E ...