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5 steps to code welding success Part 2



5 steps to code welding success Part 2

 Metal fabrication has a lot of moving parts. The more complex a project becomes, the more moving parts it has, incorporating a variety of skilled trades and professionals: mechanical, coating, designers, engineers, architects. The number of variables that need to be accounted for to achieve a successful, structurally sound, and safe fabrication project can be truly mind-boggling. 
Follow the Codes the Contract Documents Specify
 “I’m often called to a weld shop to bring it up to code,” Cameron said. “I hear things like, ‘My customer never requested a welding procedure before, and now they want one. What gives?’ I then ask, ‘Well, what code did the customer specify in the contract documents? Are you welding to AWS D1.1, or maybe D1.3?’ Then they tell me they don’t have a copy of the code.”
  Cameron then goes back to the contract documents and sees the phrase: “Welding per AWS D1.1, current revision.”
  “That means everything has to be to that code,” Cameron said, “and I mean everything. That includes the welder qualification test record (WQTR), the procedure qualification record (PQR), and the welding procedure specification (WPS).”


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