Safety & Health

Essential safety guidelines and health precautions to ensure a risk-free welding environment.

Safety and Protection in Electron Beam Welding: A Comprehensive Guide

When operating an electron beam welding machine, it’s essential to prevent hazards such as high-voltage electric shock, X-rays, visible light radiation, and smoke on the body. Measures to Prevent High Voltage Electric Shock Regardless of whether it’s a low-voltage or high-voltage electron beam welding machine, it carries a potentially lethal high voltage during operation. Therefore,

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Laser Welding Safety: Best Practices and Protective Measures

Hazards of Lasers Lasers used in welding and cutting have extremely high output power or energy. Laser equipment involves high-voltage excitation power sources ranging from thousands to tens of thousands of volts, which can harm the human body. Additionally, lasers are invisible light, easy to overlook, and often neglected. Therefore, special attention should be given

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Traditional Friction Welding: Quality Control and Safety Techniques

Welding Quality and Control Welding Defects and Their Causes Once the materials of the metals or dissimilar metals are determined, the quality of the friction weld joint largely depends on the appropriate selection of welding parameters and the control of these parameters during the welding process. Table 4-14 lists common joint defects and their causes

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