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Resources on Welding Gases, Cutting and Associate Processes, Shielding Gases, Hazards, Safety
August 17, 2009
PWL#072B - Resources on Welding Gases, Cutting and Associate Processes, Shielding Gases, Hazards, Safety, Specifications, Purity, Selection, Equipment, Storage and Transportation, Gas Distributors Associations, Information and more...
Welding Gases are essential elements in the practice of Welding, Cutting and Associated Processes. Used either for their thermal energy content, as supporters of combustion or for the purpose of shielding molten metal from oxidation, gases are produced, mixed and utilized in a variety of ways.
Their correct handling is important for controlling the hazards and for obtaining the required results in the exploitation of the processes selected. Suitable equipment in fully operating condition is needed for storage, transportation, pressure and flow control, and safe usage.
Apprentices and new welders need proper and complete training on the safety provisions to adopt day after day. Adequate supervision is most important. Nobody should be allowed to deal with gases without having learned and practiced safe gas handling habits.
It is therefore quite important to be exposed to all available information on welding gases properties and dangers.
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Shielding Gas that conforms to AWS Specification A5.32
Welding: Fumes and Gases (38 pages) on occupational health and safety
Welding Fumes and Gases: Hazard Alert (2 pages)
Hazards from Gases during Welding and Cutting
A Welder’s Guide to the Hazards of Welding Gases and Fumes
Safety in Gas Welding (16 pages)
Oxygen-fuel gas welding and cutting. - 1910.253
Gas welding and cutting. - 1926.350
TC 44/SC 8 - Equipment for gas welding, cutting and allied processes
Simplifying Shielding Gas Selection
What shielding gas should I use when welding aluminum?
GAWDA - Gases and Welding Distributors Association
Welding and Gases Today Online (Third Quarter 2009)
Welding & Gases Today Editor’s Blog
GAWDAwiki: an encyclopedia of terms related to welding and gases
Compressed Gas Association
MIG Welding Gases. Facts and great gas tips.
Oxyfuel Cutting and Welding. Information on Gases
Welding Gases (BOC)
Linde Shielding Gases for Welding
Allied Gases & Welding Supplies
Harris Industrial Gases
Phoenix Welding Supply Co.
Wilson Welding & Medical Gases
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