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Fluid Power Technicians

Work Environment

Because fluid power technicians are employed in any number of different industries, their work environments vary. Many work in industrial settings and must spend much of their time on the manufacturing floor. In this case, they may have to become accustomed to noise and heat generated by the machinery, although the industry is addressing the noise level issue. Others work in laboratories or testing facilities. Those involved in sales and marketing or in installing and repairing equipment may travel to different customer locations.

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