Basic Safety Rules for MIG Welding?

Answer MIG, metal inert gas, welding is a method of joining two pieces of metal using heat and electricity. This process requires strong electrical current, ultraviolet light and high temperatures that cr... Read More »

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Safety Procedures for Welding?

When welding there are many safety procedures to consider such as proper equipment which meets safety regulations, secure surroundings and an efficient environment which includes lighting, temperat... Read More »

Electrical Safety in Arc Welding?

Arc welding is the process of spot welding using an electrode. There are many different types of arc welding, depending on application. TIG welding, for instance, stands for tungsten inert gas and ... Read More »

Welding Tank Safety?

If users of welding tanks and other welding equipment fail to prepare adequately, they may be prone to various injuries and may even be putting their lives and the lives of others at risk. Welders ... Read More »

What is the safety standard for TIG welding?

The principal safety standards for TIG, or "Tungsten Inert Gas", welding are ANSI ("American National Standards Institute") Z49.1, "Safety in Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes" and AWS ("Americ... Read More »