Lay out, install, and test aircraft environmental control systems.
What does an Environmental Control System Aircraft Mechanic do?
Lays out, assembles, installs, tests, and adjusts aircraft environmental control systems according to specifications, using handtools, power tools, machines, and test equipment: Lays out location of assemblies and parts, such as turbines, heat exchanges, valves, cylinders, struts, pumps, instruments, lines, and fittings on aircraft, using layout tools, such as scribers, rules, steel tape, and center punches. Measures, cuts, and bends tubing and other materials, using machines, such as saws, brakes, and tube bending equipment. Assembles, installs, and hooks up system components, using handtools, power tools, and fasteners, such as bolts, screws, rivets, and clamps. Tests functional performance of installed systems and portions of systems for malfunctions or leaks, using test equipment.