What is a mechanical isolation mechanic?
Scrap metal is a common material used in many types of metalworking, from aircraft parts to metal fabrication and parts for electric cars.
Scraping and assembling scrap metal is often a repetitive and dangerous process.
Some metalworkers are forced to use extreme physical force to extract scrap metal from the environment.
Other workers, like scrap metal recyclers, can earn a living by processing the metal into parts for cars and trucks.
However, a mechanical mechanic has an advantage in that he or she does not have to be physically close to the work area.
The worker is able to see the progress of the process, while also receiving a direct line to the metal and its components.
Mechanical isolation mechanics work with scrap metal as a part of the work.
They do not work directly on the metal.
Instead, the mechanic uses a device to isolate the metal from air and light.
The mechanic is then able to remove the metal by using an open-circuit vacuum.
A mechanical isolation tool is a part-tool or tool that attaches to a tool or other metalwork.
Mechanical isolators are typically used on the outside of a scrap metal tool and work to separate the metal away from the tool.
In this article, we’ll look at how mechanical isolation mechanics are used in the automotive industry and why the process is a viable alternative to the traditional methods.