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Welding can be as basic as a farmer, welding repairs on tractors, or precision welding of nuclear grade pipe connectors like deep sea divers.
Obviously, not all welding is the same.
Metal fabrication shops are largely segmented according to the quality and type of welding they promise.
As with any expertise, welding has a large number of certifications, training, processes, types and professions. Written certification is usually obtained through a welding test (actually testing the welding technique of a manual welder) and is a common way for many stores to demonstrate to customers that they are able to reach a specified level of quality. The term “certified welder” may be the most recognized welder description in the metalworking industry – it sounds formal, right.
The truth is that there are hundreds, if not thousands, of various certifications based on types of metal, types of weld, positions of weld, etc.
The fact is that there are hundreds or even thousands of different certifications depending on the type of metal, the type of weld, the location of the weld, and so on.
A simple welding repair or process can be done well by conventional welding methods, back to the example of a tractor. However, if the customer needs technical documentation to ensure accurate soldering - when soldering is really important and must not fail - then they can better find metal manufacturers with documentation, process and inspection capabilities to ensure that the parts will be soldered correctly.
Equally important, Zechin fabrication seeks to continually improve our welding procedures and processes. We specialize in welding high-end steel, stainless steel and aluminum.
We continually add our welding process specification catalog and test our welders according to these specifications.
We invite you to learn more about what we do by visiting our website at www.metalpartfabrications.com