TRAINING MODULES OF ESL:
- SMAW – ARC (1G to 4G)
- GTAW – TIG (1G to 6G)
- GMAW – MIG (1G to 4G)
WHAT IS WELDING?
Welding is nothing more than the art of joining metals together. It is one of the most valuable technologies that played a huge part in the industrial revolution, and is the back bone to the world’s militaries. Welding today is comprised of three main ingredients which are required to join metals together.
WPQ (Welder Performance Qualification)
WPQ will be performed as per ASME Sec IX/AWS D1.1 code with welder ID continuity record will be provided
ARC Welding is a slang term commonly used for Shielded Metal Arc Welding or “SMAW”. Arc welding is the most basic and common type of welding processes used. It is also the first process learned in any welding school. Arc is the most trouble free of all of the welding processes and is the fundamental basis for all the skills needed to learn how to weld.
TIG Welding is also a slang term commonly used for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding or “GTAW”. TIG welding also goes by the term HeliArc welding. TIG welding is the most difficult of the processes to learn, and is the most versatile when it comes to different metals. This process is slow but when done right it produces the highest quality weld! TIG welding is mostly used for critical weld joints, welding metals other than common steel, and where precise, small welds are needed.
MIG Welding is a slang term that stands for Metal Inert Gas Welding, the proper name is Gas Metal Arc Welding or “GMAW”, and it is also commonly referred to as “Wire Wheel Welding” by Unions. MIG Welding is commonly used in shops and factories. It is a high production welding process that is mostly used indoors.
|1G TO 4G|
|1G TO 6G|
|1G TO 4G|