Prequalified Welding Procedures

In conformance with AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code - Steel

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PREQUALIFIED WELDING PROCEDURES FOR STEEL FABRICATORS

If you own or run a business in which welding is the primary or one of the most important industrial processes you know that having documented welding procedures is absolutely necessary. It may be needed to as part of a Quality Control Program.  It may be needed to satisfy contract documents of jobs that are being quoted.  Or, most importantly, they may be needed to assure quality.

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So if this is so important why do so few fabricators have welding procedures?  When we ask this is what we hear:

  • We don’t know how to develop a welding procedure
  • We do not have a CWI or Welding Engineer on staff
  • It’s too expensive to hire someone to do this for us
  • We don’t understand how to follow welding codes
  • We pass on jobs that require qualified and/or documented welding procedures
  • Our welders don’t need them, they are very experienced

The list goes on and on.

PREQUALIFIED WELDING PROCEDURES FOR STEEL FABRICATORS is a collection of Welding Procedure Specifications that have been PREQUALIFIED in accordance with AWS D1.1/D1.1M:2020 Structural Welding Code – Steel. This means they are code approved and ready for use by fabricators.

Whether you weld in or out of position, with solid wire (GMAW), flux-cored wire (FCAW), or metal core wire (MCAW), fillet welds or groove welds, PREQUALIFIED WELDING PROCEDURES FOR STEEL FABRICATORS has a welding procedures for your application.

PREQUALIFIED WELDING PROCEDURES FOR STEEL FABRICATORS doesn’t just provide the welding procedures, it also gives you the following:

  • Explanation of the limits of certain prequalified welding procedures
  • Guidance in choosing the right range of parameters (from the wide range provided) depending on welding positions, weld type and operator skill
  • How to fine tune these procedures to better fit your application and improve productivity.
  • Explanation of the dimensional requirements of prequalified joints and what to do when you cannot meet those requirements

 

PREQUALIFIED WELDING PROCEDURES FOR STEEL FABRICATORS will be available for purchase by early to mid April 2020.  If you are already subscribed to our weekly articles there is no need to do anything to get notified when this is available.  If you are not a subscriber simply click here to subscribe.  You’ll receive our free weekly emails with useful information about welding and will be notified when this resource becomes available.  We will have introductory offers so stay tuned.