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Speciality Welds
Unit 3, Balme Road
Moorlands Business Centre
Cleckheaton
BD19 4EW
UK
[t] +44 1274 879867
[f] +44 1274 855975
We provide a wide range of expertise in many fusion welding processes, like; MMA, MIG/MAG, TIG, Oxy-fuel, Brazing, etc. on a range of materials from carbon steel - stainless steel - Aluminium - copper alloys, and even cast irons to name a few. We also provide welder training and approval testing, development of welding procedures and failure analysis/investigation services. Click here for more information on Welder training. Member of The Association for Welding and Fabrication Training and Education (AWFTE)
New AEI welding power source
05 November, 2006
AHW is an arc welding process that uses an arc between two tungsten electrodes in a shielding gas atmosphere of hydrogen. Filler may or may not be used. A jet of hydrogen is disassociated as it passes through an electric arc. H2 > H + H = 422kJ. The temperature of the arc is in excess of 3700
Atomic hydrogen welding
04 November, 2006
My job often involves working on interesting and unusual welding related projects and can take me to many a far-flung corner of the world. One such welding project involved a welding process you may have never even heard of, and I will confess, up to a few years ago I was only aware of it in books. The process is called Atomic Hydrogen.
Basic techniques used - An extract from Underwater Welding - A Welder's Mate
03 November, 2006
For successful wet-welding, whether you are an experienced or novice welder, the first thing you have to accept is the range of personal skills which may be used for surface welding, do not exist for underwater. Often when I speak to divers, I am asked if as a non-welder I can teach someone to weld to a satisfactory standard in two weeks. Well, barring any lack of basic co-ordination skills, the answer is yes.
Underwater Contractor International 23 Speciality Welds
02 November, 2006
Underwater Contractor International 23 Speciality Welds
Principles of operation - An extract from Underwater Welding - A Welder's Mate
02 November, 2006
Manual metal arc welding is still one of the most important fusion welding processes, for both surface and underwater welding in today
Wet-stick welding is one of the methods used in underwater repair and construction
01 November, 2006
As the name implies, the process is carried out with both the diver and welding electrode exposed to the water, suffice to say, that all commercial wetwelding operations shall be carried out by trained and certified commercial divers. In reviewing this process, one must understand the elements involved and the controlling factors, which are essential to a satisfactory outcome.
New great reference manual for all experienced welders
31 October, 2006
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