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what are the advantages and disadvantages of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)

What is gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)? GTAW or gas tungsten arc welding process is a manual welding process that can only be done by an experienced welder. GTAW produces excellent quality and excellent welding quality. This process is often used for pipe welding or pressure vessels with special materials such as high-temperature steel, stainless steel or high strength steel. This GTAW welding process is also often used with the SMAW process, which is in the root (which requires good and clean quality) using the GTAW process and is followed by a faster SMAW process. GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) is an electric arc welding process using non-melted electrodes. In this GTAW welding, the electrode or tungsten is only functioning as an arc producer when it comes to contact with the workpiece, while the filler material is the filler rod. This GTAW welding is also often referred to as Argon[…]

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1G, 2G, 5G, 6G pipe welding position

what are the 4 pipe welding positions? In the construction phase of a project in the oil and gas industry, we often find welding activities on pipes or welding on tanks. To maintain the quality of welding, professional organizations (ASME, AWS, ISO, JWES) make rules and classification of welding positions. All welder involved in construction needs to be certified according to these positions. In general, the pipe welding position is divided into 2 types, namely the welding position on the groove joint and the welding position on the fillet joint. Mostly welding connections on pipes use groove joints type so we often hear the term pipe welding position. The pipe welding position is divided into 4 groups, namely 1G, 2G, 5G and 6G. 1G pipe welding position this is the easiest welding position. 1G welding position is a position where the pipe is in a horizontal position and the pipe[…]

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responsibility of welding inspector in Oil and Gas Project

welding inspector jobs In construction work at Oil and gas company, we often install equipment tanks, pressure vessels, and pipeline or piping. the work that we often find is welding. workers involved in welding are welding coordinators, welding engineers, welding supervisors, welding inspectors, welder, and NDT inspector. a welding inspector is responsible for ensuring or maintaining the quality of welds or Quality Control (QC) of a welding product in accordance with specified standards such as ASME, AWS, API or JWES. The task of welding inspectors in the field is not limited to inspections, but they also sometimes have the task of making welding maps, making reports, carrying out NDT tests such as Test Tests, UT and MT (if they have the ability or certificate in accordance with the test). Some companies want a welding inspector to function as an NDT inspector to improve efficiency and competitiveness. If you are interested[…]

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10 best job interview questions 2019

Job interview I have worked for more than 15 years and applied work for more than 50 times. There are several questions that are often asked by interviewers to prospective employees. There are at least 3 types of interviewers, namely HR employees, prospective employers or we are familiar with the term user and the last is management representatives. On several occasions, I have also been an interviewer to look for new team members who will join our engineering team. An interview is used to verify the information provided by the candidate. It helps to ascertain the accuracy of the provided facts and information about the candidate. This process gives the interviewer information about the candidate’s technical knowledge and to justify the best candidate. 10 best job interview questions Tell me about yourself and What motivates you? What are your strengths? Why Are You Interested in This Job? Why are you[…]

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