Hazards of Manual Welding:

Manual welding may be difficult task. It may include precision work, being the welders in a specific or awkward posture, often in constraint surroundings. This imposes high muscles loads. Welders also require managing heavy materials and equipments. All these matters can raise the risk of workers developing musculoskeletal disorders, such as back pains.According to survey, 51% of welders…

Selecting a welding kit

According to the Provision and Use of Work Regulations 1998, it is criteria for the welders to keep the following things in mind while choosing the equipment about the risks involved while using that equipment that can harm surroundings, health of the people around the workplace. So, while selecting a welding kit, know the effect the poor handling…

Welding Techniques: Arc Welding and Spot Welding

Now-a-days, welding has become a core necessity of many people’s life. As many welding machines are now available in the market, we will discuss about the welding techniques which are gaining popularity in the present competitive market conditions. 1) Arc Welding Techniques 2) Spot Welding Techniques Arc Welding Techniques:- Normally arc welding is done by making use…

Correlation between Inert Gas Welding and Spot Welding:

Distinct from inert gas welding, spot welders do not desire a shielding gas to throw out weld filth or filler metal to build up the weld. A spot weld is a resistant weld that settles within the two pieces of metal. The finished weld is flush or slightly recessed to the exterior of the base metals and…