UWS303 - Surface Cutting and Welding
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|Last revision date||Jan 31, 2013 2:36:47 PM|
|Last review date||Jan 31, 2013 2:36:47 PM|
Surface Cutting and Welding
UWS303 will introduce you to the use of electric arc cutting and welding techniques for top-side applications, and the use of oxy-acetylene flame cutting equipment for job preparation. With a general knowldge and basic skills in the are of cutting, you will be able to perform a wider scope of ship, rig and dock mainteneacne and will be more prepared for underwater cutting and welding
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
- Safely and correcly set up and shut down oxy-fuel cutting torches.
- Make high quality free hand cuts on various thickness of mild steel with minimal dross.
- Cut free hand bevels and holes
- Be able to set up various welding machines for use in any of the 4 positons with the most common electrodes types.
- Attain as much of the practical skills as possible welding with different electrodes, positions and manipulation techniques in general to have a good general idea how to approach surface welding tasks.
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