Spray fiberglass foam insulation in boat bottoms and install flooring.
What does an Insulation and Flooring Assembler do?
Sprays fiberglass foam insulation in boat bottoms and installs boat flooring, using pneumatic spray gun, handtools, and portable power tools: Turns valve to open air line of spray gun, secures spray gun hose to foam barrel, and attaches nozzle to spray gun. Reads gauges to ensure specified air pressure, temperature, and chemical mixture of foam. Squeezes spray gun trigger to start flow of foam to boat bottom. Selects precut stringers, used to reinforce motor-mount areas, according to model number of boat. Positions and secures stringers to specified area of boat bottom, using fiberglass mats, resin, and squeegee. Selects prefabricated flooring according to type and size of boat and positions flooring over solidified foam insulation. Drills holes in flooring and insulation, using portable power drill, and fastens flooring to boat bottom, using screwdriver. Spreads wood putty over screwheads and caulks edges of flooring to make boat waterproof, using caulking gun and putty knife. Pushes boat to next station in assembly line.