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Chromalox, Inc.

Ogden, Utah

Posted in Manufacturing and Production


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Job Info


At Chromalox, part of Spirax Group, we build advanced thermal technologies for the world's most challenging industrial heating applications. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, we do it better and have been doing it longer than anyone else.

Chromalox started with an innovative solution 100 years ago when a self-taught engineer invented the first metal-sheathed resistance heating element. It was this then-advanced thermal technology that launched an entire industry.

That pioneering, innovative spirit continues today. Built on opportunity and innovation, Chromalox has grown to serve an increasing number of global markets and industries. We excel in industries that have high expectations. We are acknowledged as experts at delivering solutions that exceed specifications, limit risk, and reduce operating costs.

Join us as we continue to provide solutions to our customers and the world!

The Role:

Under the supervision of the Weld Engineer, inspects and documents welded equipment, parts, and assemblies from receiving through the assembly process up to and including final inspection.

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct various nondestructive inspections in the production process.
  • Provide oversight and in-process inspection of the overall welding inspection processes.
  • Perform positive material inspection analysis utilizing radiation-producing equipment.
  • Coordinate audits and monitor contracted nondestructive evaluation/test processes and personnel.
  • Execute radiographic film review to ASME Section III, IV, V, VIII, and IX requirements.
  • Performs daily visual/process audits in manufacturing areas to ensure jobs receive required tests/inspections promptly.
  • Perform necessary inspection procedures requiring special set-ups of new or unique equipment and interpretation of test data from various sources.
  • Maintain welder continuity log and ensure compliance with ASME and DOD standards.
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance on machines as scheduled and required for TPM.
  • Partner with cross-functional teams and stakeholders to develop quality and efficiency improvements.
  • Conducts tests and inspections of products or processes to evaluate quality or performance.
  • Create documentation of compliance with applicable ASME codes and regulations.

Required Experience
  • At least one year of experience, with Certified Weld Inspector Certification required.
  • PT Level II or III with required experience.


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