Automation specialist in aviation industry has versatile skills

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Karol Rojek, an automation specialist at Maintpartner in Poland, works at a customer site in aviation industry. He describes his main responsibilities as repairing machines, eliminating breakdowns and making precise adjustments to CNC machines.

- Aviation is a quite narrow branch of industry, and most of the work tasks and improvements related to automation differ from the tasks in traditional industries, says Karol Rojek.

- We work in a team of two or three persons. Apart from the daily maintenance we also plan and implement modernization of existing equipment and investigate possibilities for new automation solutions to further improve the customer’s production efficiency and profitability.

One example is the modernization of electrical installation of a CNC milling machine, which Karol Rojek executed together with his colleague. The aim was to raise the safety class of the machine.

- We updated the electrical diagrams and added all changes that we made during the modernization. This helps us in daily maintenance, and also when the next renovation procedures are planned. After the finished job, we were glad to notice that the customer was satisfied with our performance, Karol Rojek says.

Safety is of utmost importance in everything we do at Maintpartner. Karol Rojek has good practical hints for safe working practices:

- A well-organized work place significantly contributes to safety. In addition, tidiness and order allow you to perform your daily tasks fluently. For example, it is worth spending some time on tools categorization.

Maintpartner offers versatile automation and electrical services to forest, construction and building material, mechanical engineering, food and defense industries, among others.


Published 9 Feb 2016