322 Prequalified Welding Procedure Specifications for Steel Fabricators
Welding Procedure Specifications developed and written in conformance with AWS D1.1/D1.1M:2020 Structural Welding Code – Steel.
These prequalified welding procedures were put together for:
- Business owners and managers that want to bring consistency to welding operations in regards to quality and productivity
- Fabricators looking to have AWS D1.1 Code approved welding procedures to comply with contract requirements
- Welding supervisors and CWIs needing qualified procedures for purposes of testing welder performance
- CWIs looking to have a comprehensive library of welding procedures for use at their place of work or when working with their customers
- Quality control personnel looking to create welding quality control standards
- Schools looking for prequalified WPSs to be used for welding program curriculums
The 332 prequalified welding procedures contained in this package cover GMAW (mig), MCAW (metla-core), FCAW-S (self-shielded flux-core), FCAW-G (gas-shielded flux-core), and SMAW (stick). They cover 14 of the most commonly used weld joint configurations, all prequalified by AWS D1.1.
Prequalified welding procedures included:
- 42 WPSs for GMAW (Mig .035″, .045″, .052″ diameter wires)
- 42 WPSs for FCAW-G (Flux-core Gas-shielded .045″, .052, 1/16″ diameter wires)
- 42 WPSs for FCAW-G (Flux-core Gas-shielded 1/16″, 5/64″, 3/32″ diameter flat/horizontal only wires)
- 42 WPSs for MCAW (Metal-core .045″, .052″, 1/16″ diameter wires)
- 42 WPS for FCAW-S (Flux-core Self-shielded .068″, .072″, 5/64″ diameter wires)
- 56 WPS for SMAW (Stick 3/32″, 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″ diameter E7018 electrodes)
- 56 WPS for SMAW (Stick 3/32″, 1/8″, 5/32″, 3/16″ diameter E6010 electrodes)
SPECIAL BONUS: When you make your purchase you will receive for free a guide that was written to guide the user on how to use, develop and modify prequalified welding procedure specifications and maintain AWS D1.1 conformance.
This guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to maintain prequalified status of welding procedures when making changes. Some of these changes may be:
- Changing shielding gas composition
- Changing filler metal classification
- Changing welding position
- Changing joint details
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