Oil and Gas manpower

GV Manpower supplies highly qualified and well-trained manpower to the oil and gas industry. With a team of core professionals specializing in oil and gas recruitments, we have a vast experience in supplying highly skilled technical staff to numerous oil and gas companies in the Middle East.

Technical resources supplied by GV Manpower to the oil and gas sector includes the following positions.

  • Bending machine operators
  • Boring machine operators
  • Draughtsmen – manual/AutoCAD
  • Erection workers
  • Fire & safety engineers
  • Fitters
  • Drillers
  • Pipe fabricators
  • Pipe fitter
  • Riggers
  • Sand blasters
  • Welders – 3g, 6g, arch
  • Aluminium welders
Job Description of Pipe Fitter
  • Plans pipe system layout, installation or repair according to specifications.
  • Cuts, threads and hammers pipe to specifications, using tools such as saws, cutting torches and pipe threaders and benders.
  • Attaches pipes to walls, structures and fixtures, such as radiators or tanks, using brackets, clamps, tools or welding equipment.
  • Modifies and maintains pipe systems and related machines and equipment components following specifications, using hand tools and power tools.
  • Selects pipe sizes and types and related materials, such as supports, hangers and hydraulic cylinders, according to specifications.
  • Measures and marks pipes for cutting and threading.
  • Assembles pipes, tubes and fittings, according to specifications.
  • Inspects, examines and tests installed systems and pipe lines, using pressure gauge, hydrostatic testing, observation or other methods.
  • Lays out full scale drawings of pipe systems, supports and related equipment, following blueprints.
  • Inspects work site to determine presence of obstruction and ensure that holes will not cause structure weakness.
  • Coats nonferrous piping materials by dipping in mixture of molten tin and lead to prevent erosion or galvanic and electrolytic action.
  • Cuts and bores holes in structures, such as bulkheads, decks, walls and mains, using hand and power tools, prior to pipe installation.
  • Turns valve to shut off steam, water or other gases or liquids from pipe section, using valve key or wrenches.
  • Operates motorized pump to remove water from flooded manholes, basements or facility floors.
ISO AND ASME WELDING POSITIONS

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WELDER – SPECIFICATIONS OF COMMISSIONED TESTING

Object Content
Material and joint evaluation tests Tensile test (max. 100, 250, 500, 1000, 2000 kN)
High speed tensile test (125 kN max. 15 m/sec)
High temperature tensile test(100 kN, max. 900°C)
Charpy impact test (max. 500 J)
Hardness tests (Vickers test, micro Vickers test, Rockwell test, Brinell test)
Fracture toughness tests KIC test, CTOD test,
Large-scale welded structure evaluation tests Large-scale structure tensile test (max. 10000, 120000, 80000 kN)
Weldability tests y-groove weld cracking test, CTS cracking test(environmental  temperature: -5 to +40℃)
X-ray inspection (200 KVP-3 mA, 250 KVP-5 mA)
Nondestructive inspection (NDI) Ultrasonic testing (Krautkramer, Tokyo Keiki, etc.)
Eddy current testing (25-50 kHz)
Weld temperature measurement Immersed optical fiber thermometer (In addition to commissioned testing.)
WELDER - BASIC SPECIFICATIONS
Specific to Welding Processes MMA TIG MIG MAG FCA SUB  ARC
Welding current Yes Yes Yes Yes
Type of Welding current AC/DC Polarity Yes Yes Yes Yes
Arc Voltage If Auto Yes Yes
Pulse Parameters (Pulse Time and Peak & Background Current) If Used If Used
Welding Speed If Mechanised Yes Yes Yes
Wire Configuration Yes
Shielding Gas (Comp, Flow Rate) Yes Yes
Purge Gas (Comp & Flow Rate) If Used If Used
Tungsten Electrode Diameter and Type Yes
Nozzle Diameter Yes Yes
Type of Flux Codification & Brand Name Yes
Nozzle Stand Off Distance (Distance from Tip of Nozzle to Workpiece) Yes

WELDER – QUALIFICATION (WPS)

SAMPLE of WPS

QUALIFYING WELDING PROCEDURE (WPQ, WPQR)

Sample of WPQ and WPQR