What does AC& DC stand for in welding?

Answer Direct current (DC) flows in one direction, while alternating current (AC) moves in "thrusts." Welding can happen with either type of current, but some metals and welding mediums (rods or wire) are... Read More »

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What does a level 1 welding inspector earn in Alberta?

The level one welding inspector position falls into the category of Inspectors and Tests, Mineral and Metal Processing. According to the Government of Alberta Employment and Immigration website, th... Read More »

What does CCTV stand for and how does it work?

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) is the use of video cameras to transmit signal to a specific, limited set of monitors. It differs from broadcast television in that the signal is not openly transmi... Read More »

What is gas welding?

Gas welding is the fusion of metal plates by use of heat and filler material in a thermochemical process. The heat is supplied by a torch that burns a mixture of two gases, usually acetylene and ox... Read More »

What is a 3g welding?

3G specifies a Grove weld, welded in the Vertical (up) position -RedSeal welder