TECHNOSMITHS HAVE THREE WELDING SHOPS FROM WHERE IT HAS DELIVERED 1000’S OF TONS OF QUALITY STEEL FABRICATION WELDING WORKS TO SOME OF THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS PROJECTS IN DUBAI, ABU DHABI AND THE NORTHERN EMIRATES.
TECHNOSMITHS UNDERTAKES DESIGN, FABRICATION AND INSTALLATION OF INDUSTRIAL STRUCTURES AND PROJECT STEEL FABRICATION AND WELDING PACKAGES FROM ITS STEEL WELDING SHOPS. EXCELLENT TRACK RECORD, LARGE TRAINED WORK FORCE AND AN ADEQUATE MACHINERY POOL ENABLES TECHNOSMITHS STEEL FABRICATION TO SATISFACTORILY COMPLETE AND DELIVER STEEL FABRICATION PACKAGES.
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Welding Methods followed at our steel welding shops
There is a wide variety of welding methods available and the choice depends on the application, metals involved and the skill level of the workforce.
IN OUR STEEL WELDING SHOPS Arc welding techniques are still the most common, e.g. shielded metal arc (SMAW), gas metal arc (GMAW), submerged arc (SAW), gas tungsten arc (GTAW, Figure 2) or plasma. Arcs generate, to a greater or lesser degree, radiation spanning ultraviolet to infrared and metal evaporation that condenses to fume. Gas welding is rarely used in production now, but oxy-fuel gas processes are still prevalent for cutting. These rely on melting and expelling metal from the plate so protection is required both to observe progress and to avoid being burned by flying metallic particles. Resistance welding looks a relatively innocuous process as the molten metal is contained within sheets of solid material, but metal ejection can occur and injure an unwary operator. There is increasing application of lasers in welding. These are necessarily high power and capable of inflicting serious injury at a significant distance if wrongly directed. Welding introduces hazards but does not need to be dangerous. In the following sections, I look at each of the hazards associated with welding and its ancillary operations, comment on the level of risk for the various processes and materials and identify the precautions and any personal protective equipment (PPE) required for safe operation. https://www.uti.edu/blog/welding/joint-types