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A Few Things to Know About Structural Welding
A Few Things to Know About Structural Welding
December 20, 2017

Metal is everywhere in our industrialized world. It is an incredibly useful material that has become the backbone of our buildings, machines, and industries. As a result of this, the process of structural welding – joining metals or similar materials by fusing them together in high-temperature environments – is a crucial skill today, as it enables us to build great structures from metal that appear throughout the industrial world today.

 

There are a wide variety of metals that can be welded for structural, construction, reinforcement or repair projects. These include stainless steel, mild steel, nickel, copper, titanium, and aluminum. Determining which metal to use depends on the full scope of the project. Each metal has its own strengths and potential weaknesses, and see frequent use in the manufacturing industry in the GTA.    

 

In Canada, welders are required to pass testing at the Canadian Welding Bureau. CWB certification ensures that professionals comply to safety codes and standards. As an authorized body for International Institute of Welding (IIW), this process provides different levels of internationally-recognized qualifications. CWB-certified welders offer quality services, which is why they are mandatory for the welders who are working at Weld Rich and Steel.

 

At Weld Rich and Steel, structural welding is our specialty, and we are proud of our expertise in the field.

 

Weld Rich and Steel consultants, engineers, designers, and welders are CWF-certified and have vast accumulated experience in the field of structural welding. More importantly, however, is that they will work closely with you to understand what materials and processes are the most suitable for your needs, timeframe, and budget. Our metalwork can be found in Yorkdale and the Eaton’s Centre, in Square One Mall, and on the CN Rail. We work hard to maintain the best levels of service we can, so feel free to request a quote, or call to learn more about how our services can benefit your business!

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