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CODE: 914.682-010Buy the DOT:Download
TITLE(s): PUMPER (any industry) alternate titles: circulator; pump-machine operator; pump

operator; pump runner; pump tender; siphoner Operates power-driven pumps that transfer liquids, semiliquids, gases, or powdered materials, performing any combination of following duties: Observes pressure gauges and flowmeters, and adjusts valves to regulate speed of pumps and control pressure and rate of flow of materials. Transfers materials to and from storage tanks, processing tanks, trucks, railroad cars, ships, canals, and mines. Pumps crude oil from wells. Maintains pumps and lines by replacing filters and gaskets, tightening connections, and adjusting pumps, using handtools. May transfer liquids by siphoning. May connect pipelines between pumps and containers or storage tanks being filled or emptied. May collect samples of materials for laboratory analysis. May determine density of liquids, using hydrometer. May record quantity of item pumped. May inventory contents of storage tank, using calibrated rod, or by reading mercury gauge and tank charts. Usually receives verbal or written orders from superior as to amount to be pumped and is not responsible for mixing or processing. May be designated according to material pumped or area of work as Acid Pumper (chemical); Glycol-Service Operator (plastic-synth.); Irrigating-Pump Operator (agriculture); Tailings-Dam Pumper (smelt. & refin.); Yard Pumper (any industry).
GOE: 05.06.03 STRENGTH: M GED: R3 M2 L3 SVP: 5 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 97953 Pump Operators

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CODE: 914.682-010 Buy the DOT:Download TITLE(s): PUMPER (any industry) alternate titles: circulator; pump-machine operator; pump

operator; pump runner; pump tender; siphoner Operates power-driven pumps that transfer liquids, semiliquids, gases, or powdered materials, performing any combination of following duties: Observes pressure gauges and flowmeters, and adjusts valves to regulate speed of pumps and control pressure and rate of flow of materials. Transfers materials to and from storage tanks, processing tanks, trucks, railroad cars, ships, canals, and mines. Pumps crude oil from wells. Maintains pumps and lines by replacing filters and gaskets, tightening connections, and adjusting pumps, using handtools. May transfer liquids by siphoning. May connect pipelines between pumps and containers or storage tanks being filled or emptied. May collect samples of materials for laboratory analysis. May determine density of liquids, using hydrometer. May record quantity of item pumped. May inventory contents of storage tank, using calibrated rod, or by reading mercury gauge and tank charts. Usually receives verbal or written orders from superior as to amount to be pumped and is not responsible for mixing or processing. May be designated according to material pumped or area of work as Acid Pumper (chemical); Glycol-Service Operator (plastic-synth.); Irrigating-Pump Operator (agriculture); Tailings-Dam Pumper (smelt. & refin.); Yard Pumper (any industry).
GOE: 05.06.03 STRENGTH: M GED: R3 M2 L3 SVP: 5 DLU: 77
ONET CROSSWALK: 97953 Pump Operators


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