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In order to complete a successful welding task, ensuring the safety of workers and managers on the worksite is a key component in the ever-changing welding industry.
Welding pic Welding processes are usually classified into two groups: fusion welding, which is heat alone, and pressure welding, which uses a combination of heat and pressure. Fusion welding involves three types: electric arc, gas and thermit.
Arc welding is a safe occupation when sufficient measures are taken to protect the welder from potential hazards. When these measures are overlooked, welders can encounter such dangers as electric shock, overexposure to fumes and gases, arc radiation, and fire and explosion.
The TIG process produces a variety of hazards, not only to those carrying out the operation but also in many instances to others in the vicinity such as inspectors, labourers and even other welders. Some of the hazards encountered are specific to TIG welding while others are of a more general nature.

What are some of the hazards in Welding?

Different hazards occur before welding commences, during welding and sometimes after welding has finished.
These potential hazards need to be identified, measured where appropriate, assessed, and remedial or preventative measures put in place wherever necessary. It should also be remembered that different hazards may have the same effect on the body and so interactions between hazards should also be considered.
If you have some concerns about safety in Welding, Ferret has all the information you need.
Compact, functional and safe window design
FLIR Systems Australia
FLIR IR windows are a safe way to inspect inside high voltage electrical cabinets, reduce arc flash incidents and increasing operator safety and efficiency
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Laser Welding, Laser Cladding
LaserBond
Laser cladding systems have effective wear resistant protection, adaptable and can be easily repaired
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Threaded arc studs from Studco
Studco
Studco provide Nelson threaded arc studs, a purpose made stud for stud-welding. The base is optimised for drawn arc stud-welding and also includes a flux material embedded in
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Flame Retardant Protective Equipment
Extreme Safety
Ensure that all safety standards are being met at your workplace with the Arc Flash safety protection products available through Extreme Safety.
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Extensive Range of Durable Protective Clothing for all Industry Conditions from Elliotts
Elliotts
Elliotts' provides heavy duty protective clothing for commercial and industrial welding applications.
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Strong and reliable static Welding Bays
Flexshield
Welding Screens and Bays are built using strong, durable and repairable materials and are available in a range of sizes and mounting options
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Steel and Stainless Steel Hose Reels with Spring or Manual Rewind Functions
ReCoila Reels
Recoila steel and stainless steel hose reels have a myriad of practical uses. They will also improve the safeness of your work area.
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Goniophotometers from Photometric Solutions  International
Photometric Solutions International
LED goniophotometers from Photometric Solutions International are completely automatic and have the capacity to measure all kinds of lights
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Custom Cable Reels and Hose Reels
Conductix-Wampfler
Hose reels and motorised cable reels designed for manufacturing and industrial applications
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 Low Hydrogen, Easy Striking Electrodes
WIA Welding Industries of Australia
Premium welding electrodes for use in many applications such as maintenance, pipe welding and more
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Stoody Duplex Stainless Steel Wire
Cigweld
Stoody hard facing wires to ensure long lasting surfacing of agricultural equipment
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With the acquisition of Epitech, Antec Engineering now provide a range of stud welding consumables and machinery
Antec Engineering
The range of stud welding supplies from Antec are suitable for mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium and are available in all shapes and sizes
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