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A ship at sea depends upon the knowledge, skills and self-reliance of the crew to carry out necessary maintenance and repair work. One of the important skills required is a good command of modern welding techniques.

The purpose of the Unitor Welding Handbook for maritime welders is to provide guidance in modern welding and related processes and to provide the welder with a source of practical information on the right solution to specific onboard welding problems.

Experience gained from user contact and welding training of crewmembers showed that documentation aimed specifically at on board welding solutions was needed. This led to the development of the first Unitor welding handbook for on board repair and maintenance welding already the 1950es.

This edition of the Unitor Welding Handbook builds upon all the earlier editions and on product development and experience gained since the previous edition.

Barwil Unitor Ships Service enjoys close co-operation with its customers and would like to thank the many who have taken the effort to contribute with examples of successful solutions to real life maintenance situations.

Table content of The Welding Handbook for maritime welders
  • Safety In Welding
  • Solutions
    Introduction Filler material consumption ~ Metal identification ~ Unalloyed / low alloyed steel ~ Problem steels ~ Stainless steels ~ Cast iron ~ Copper and copper alloys ~ Aluminium ~ Evaluation of welds
  • Consumables
    Coated Electrodes Tig welding rods and fluxes ~ Wires for Wire Welding ~ Gas Welding Rods & Fluxes ~ Brazing Rods & Fluxes ~ Cold Repair Compounds
  • ARC Welding And cutting Process & Equipment
    Electrode welding & gouging Tig Welding ~ Wire Welding ~ Plasma Cutting ~ Current Distribution System
  • Gas Welding And Cutting Process & Equipment
    Ac/Ox cutting, welding, brazing ~ Gas supplies and gas distribution system
  • Miscellaneous Information
    International system of units The Greek Alphabet ~ General conversion factors ~ Roman numerals ~ Metric and decimal equivalents of fractions of an inch ~ Wire cross section AWG/mm2 ~ Common gauge series for sheet thickness and wire ~ Physical properties of some elements ~ Hardness comparison table ~ Corrosion of galvanic couples in sea water ~ Temperature scales ~ Pressure variations related to temperature ~ Abbreviations and welding terminology

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