pipe fitter


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pipe fitter

[′pīp ‚fid·ər]
(engineering)
A technician who fits, threads, installs, and repairs pipes in a pipework system.
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The Committee intends to resolve problems facing the industry, enhance productivity, ensure teamwork, and grow the business in our region," explained Thomas Devlin, Business Manager, Pipe Fitter UA Local 636.
An English pipe fitter who was racially abused and taunted in his Irish workplace was awarded pounds 15,630 in compensation at an Equality tribunal, it was revealed today.
Her husband Ian, a pipe fitter, was one of 167 men who lost their lives on July 6, 1988, when the North Sea oil platform exploded into flames.
Bobby was 61 and had worked as a pipe fitter between the ages of 16 and 23.
The pipe fitter was one of a handful of employees kept on at the sprawling 100-year-old factory as its new Chinese owner Nanjing picked over the remains.
A first-year pipe fitter journeyman from Local Union 597 can make more than $60,000 annually working a standard 40-hour week.
In the first hours after the calamity, as every newly essential pipe fitter and crane operator headed for the wreckage, less burly sorts struggled to assess their place in a world that had gone from decadent to defenseless in the span of 100 minutes.
Former pipe fitter O'Brien was jailed for 30 months, Walsh for six months and MacAllister for three months.
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Raymond Urquhart, 37, moved to Norway to work as a pipe fitter for a welding firm, but was not working when he died.