Friday, 30 January 2015

AWS Certified Welding Inspector Preparatory Course in Delhi

AWS CWI Official 6 Day Seminar in Delhi Feb 2015:
Add AWS Certified Welding Inspector  Preparatory Course in Delhi

AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) examinations are conducted in NEW DELHI by Eurotech:

AWS CWI Official 6 Day Seminar in Delhi Feb 2015:



  1. Location: India, Delhi
  2. Start Date: February 06, 2015
  3. End Date: February 12, 2015


Course Benefits:



  • Official Course for AWS CWI Certification 
  • 6 Days Intensive Training 
  • Includes Basic NDT Techniques and Welding Techniques 
  • Results in Deeper Understanding of Welding Quality



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For, Eurotech ACS Pvt. Ltd.
Puneet Sharma
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E-mail: aws.cwi.training@gmail.com
Offices : - INDIA,OMAN, UK, US, CANADA, IRELAND

Q:-When a medium to high carbon steel is quenched:


  1. It becomes malleable
  2. Its hardness increases
  3. It becomes ductile
  4. The plasticity is increased

Tuesday, 27 January 2015

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Q:-What is an active flux?


  1. A material used to clean surfaces of the joint through continued chemical reaction
  2. A material used to protect the molten weld pool during welding
  3. A material used to aid fusion
  4. All of the above

Q:-Which of the following is an incorrect statement about a SMAW electrode as E7024?


  1. It is a low hydrogen type
  2. The weld deposit has a minimum tensile strength of 70,000 psi
  3. It is suitable for use in the flat and horizontal fillet positions only
  4. It is an electrode for welding carbon steel
  5. None of t he above

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Welding safety





Eurotech publish new video about Welding safety starts with an understanding of what could go wrong, and preparation for when it does. To start, protective clothing and equipment must be worn during all welding operation including helmets and shields.

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Eurotech ACS Pvt. Ltd.



http://aws-cwi-training.blogspot.in/p/welding-safety-in-workplace.html

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Q:- In a transverse tensile test, brittleness would be indicated if.


  1. There is a reduction in cross-section at the position of fracture
  2. The fracture surface is flat and featureless but has a rough surface
  3. Fracture occurred in the weld metal
  4. The fracture face shows beach marks

Monday, 19 January 2015

Q:- What does the 70 represent on a E7010 AWS classified electrode?


  1. 70 N/mm2 minimum U.T.S.
  2. 70 N/mm2 maximum U.T.S.
  3. 70,000 psi minimum U.T.S.
  4. 70,000 psi minimum yield strength

Sunday, 18 January 2015

AWS CWI Preparatory Course Delhi

 

Eurotech arrange AWS CWI 3 Day Preparatory Course for PART B ,C in Delhi

Country: India
Training + EXAM Location: DElhi
Start Date: January 23, 2015
End Date:   January 25, 2015
Price: INR 9000 (Inclusive of taxes)

Course Benefits:

  • A 3 Day intensive Training 
  • A  Focus on Techniques for solving questions
  • Lot of practice
  • Strong base of fundamentals
  • Basically - You become a better WELDING INSPECTOR at the end of the course


If you are interested to attend our AWS CWI 3 Day Preparatory program, you can write or call me to assist you.

Thanks & Regards,
Puneet Sharma
Mobile no. +918196980555
E-mail: aws.cwi.training@gmail.com
Eurotech ACS Pvt. Ltd.

Q:- Austenitic stainless steels are more susceptible to distortion when compared to ferritic steels this is because:


  1. High coefficient, low thermal conductivity
  2. High coefficient, high thermal conductivity
  3. Low coefficient, high thermal conductivity
  4. Low coefficient, low thermal conductivity

Friday, 16 January 2015

Q:- It is not important to consider ventilation during welding and cutting operations.

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Q:- It is not important to consider ventilation during welding and cutting operations.

Welding Training AWS International Agent at Eurotech ACS Pvt. Ltd.
1) True
(2) False

Comments

Q:- In avoiding fumes during welding, the most important factor is:

Puneet Sharma

Q:- In avoiding fumes during welding, the most important factor is:

Welding Training AWS International Agent at Eurotech ACS Pvt. Ltd.
(a) The type of base metal
(b) The type of filter metal
(c) The Type of welding process
(d) The position of the welding machine
(e) The position of the welder’s hand

Comments

  • Thomas Hertenstein
    Thomas
    Shipfitter at Austal USA
    I would hazard to say that the most important or one of the most important factors in avoiding fumes is the type of welding process. GTAW for example has very few fumes while GMAW or SMAW processes produce a lot of fumes. Another factor is the base and filler metals. But the absolute best way to avoid fumes from any welding process is having proper ventilation or an exhaust system to remove the fumes.
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  • Gary
    Welding Instruction at Eastern Gateway Community College
    Keep your head out of the "smoke plume".
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  • Philip Torchio
    Philip
    President CEO at Williams Enterprises of Georgia
    I agree with Gary. Ventilation and worker positioning can eliminate the hazard. However you have to do under the hood personal air sampling to prove that you are in compliance with action level requirements and have a body of evidence on record when the friends from DOL show up.
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  • Uttrachi Jerry
    Uttrachi
    President at WA Technology
    Prior to 2013, fume extraction, keeping your head out of the fumes. etc was effective. However now the very low level of Manganese fumes defined as acceptable by the ACGIH makes these methods questionable. Here is some history: when managing a welding R&D filler metal lab we started measuring fumes and the allowable TLV level for Mn fumes was 5 mg/m3. Easily met.
    The Mn TLV was steadily reduced to 0.2 mg/m3, much more difficult to meet, in fact many welders were at that level or higher. In 2013 the ACGIH lowered the allowable level to 0.02 mg/m3! To provide perspective on how low that is, Phosgene, the poison gas used in WW I, today has a TLV of 0.25 mg/m3! That is 10+ times higher than allowed for Mn! All steel contains Mn as an alloying element.
    In my opinion, the best choice is a PAPR helmet system. I've developed a solution to the excess heat issue they causes for welders.
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  • Donald F. Jenkins III
    Donald F.
    Contract Inspector: AWS-CWI; MT Lv. II; UT Lv. II
    When I was still a welder I swore by the 3M under-hood filtration mask. This compact mask provided adequate protection from the insidious fumes which cause those pesky black growths in your nose and mouth. The pink filters are specifically designed for metallic fumes.

    In situations where adequate ventilation or respirators are unavailable, this mask was a fantastic solution for me. The mask was my go-to when doing any hot work with galvanized materials, anything with a high zinc content, or just about any other condition which could pose health risks due to inhaling fumes.
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