field welding


Welding is the most economical and efficient way to join metals permanently. Heat is applied to the pieces to
be joined, melting and fusing them, with or without a filler metal, to make them act as a single part.
Nearly everything we use in our daily life is made of welded parts; welding is used to manufacture or repair
automobiles, planes, ships, buildings, bridges, structures and pipes of every size.
There are many ways to make a weld, and many different kinds of welds exist. Some processes cause sparks
and others do not even require extra heat.

Various methods and materials can be used to weld: arc welding, gas welding, resistance welding, thermit
welding, laser welding, and brazing.
Welders need manual dexterity, good eyesight, and good hand-eye coordination. They should
be able to concentrate on detailed work for long periods and be able to bend, crouch and
work in uncomfortable positions.

In a training course on welding, the main topics that need to be developed are the following:


  • Welding technologies
  • Welding and cutting techniques and processes
  • Welding and cutting equipment
  • Welding symbols and standards
  • Welding safety regulations

Technical Training Equipment

  • Educational and training unit
  • Full-Scale Cutaways
  • Machines
  • Design and Understanding Technology

Turn-key laboratories and units

  • Turn-key laboratories designed for students having different levels of prior knowledge and tailored to customer requirements
  • Mobile teaching units

Training Courses

We can provide tailored training solutions aimed to satisfy your requirements completely.