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Contractors Who Weld or Cut to Build, Demolish, Maintain and/or Repair.


Welding Helmet Technologies Offer Benefits for Productivity and Operator Safety

Overcoming Barriers that Prevent Using Wire Processes for Welding in Field Applications

Many factors come into play when choosing the appropriate welding process for the jobsite: the application, position of the weld, material type, welding procedure and possible job or contract requirements. Wire welding processes offer significant benefits that make them a frequent choice for welding jobs in the fabrication shop, including high weld quality, along with increased productivity and efficiency by way of travel speeds that are three to four times those of TIG or Stick welding. The same benefits can be realized with many welding jobs in the field.

Protecting the Head: Welding Personal Protective Equipment and Considerations for Health, Safety and Comfort

The head: the body's command center and the gateway to respiratory health. No other part of the human body affects how we go about doing our job — or how we feel about it — more than the head. For that reason, equipment manufacturers have gone to extra lengths to design products that not only keep welders safe, but also enhance comfort and make it easier to do their jobs. In this article we'll look at personal protective equipment (PPE), specifically head protection, that is making welding safer and more comfortable every day.