Transfer & Pumphouse Operator Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a Transfer & Pumphouse Operator is $48,844 a year and $23 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a Transfer & Pumphouse Operator is between $36,373 and $59,231.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Tends series of spheres or tanks to store and distribute liquid chemicals for use in production of industrial or consumer products, such as phosphoric acid, synthetic rubber, resins, and solvents: observes flowmeters and pressure gauges, turns valves, and starts pumps to transfer fluid chemicals to or from specified tanks and to processing areas.
Gauges quantity of chemicals in tanks, using calibrated steel tape or rod and conversion tables gauger.
Maintains records of materials received and distributed, gauge readings, pumping time, and storage dates.
Patrols tank farm area to inspect pumps, motors, valves, piping, and electrical ground-wire connections.
Reports leaks, temperature and pressure abnormalities, and other potential hazards.
May regulate admission of products through preliminary processing units, such as water-treating and refrigerating units, heat exchangers, and purification and filtration equipment.
May draw samples of chemicals for laboratory analysis or perform concentration, acidity, or composition tests, using standard test procedure and equipment.
May circulate fluids through weigh tanks to facilitate inventory control or supply processing areas with preweighed ingredients.
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Transfer & Pumphouse Operator Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
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