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A Duty Cycle Reality Check

Are those debating what duty cycle rating constitutes an “industrial” or “light duty” welder asking the wrong question?

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An Introduction to Welding Inspection

Many characteristics of a weld can be evaluated during welding inspection, some relating to the welds size, and others relating to the presence of weld discontinuities.

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Introduction to destructive weld testing.

Destructive weld testing, as the name suggests, involves the physical destruction of the completed weld in order to evaluate its characteristics. This method of testing is used frequently for a number of applications.

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Inspection and Testing for Welding Procedure Qualification

Welding Procedures are the guidelines used to perform a weld. They are designed to provide a record of the welding variables used and the inspection results obtained during the procedure qualification test.

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Radiographic and Ultrasonic Testing of Welds

Radiographic and ultrasonic weld inspection are the two most common methods of non-destructive testing (NDT) used to detect discontinuities within the internal structure of welds. The obvious advantage of both these methods of testing is their ability to help establish the weld’s internal integrity without destroying the welded component.

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