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The Welding Handbook

The Welding Handbook

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Published by Chris Boswell
A guide to welding
A guide to welding

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Published by: Chris Boswell on Jun 18, 2012
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The Welding Handbook 
for maritime welders
 
Maritime Welding Handbook
Welding andRelated Processesfor Repair and MaintenanceOnboard10th edition
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All welding is carried out on the welder’s own risk and account. Welding should be eecuted by a qualified and eperiencedwelder and adequate safety measures should always be adhered to. The information and guidelines in this Welding Handbook are basedon general information and knowledge at hand and are believed to be accurate and reliable, but the information and guidelines arenot to be taken as a guarantee or warranty for a special purpose. The information and guidelines are provided to the welder solely forhis own consideration, and Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS assumes no legal responsibility or liability for eventual damages and/orlosses should the information and/or guidelines turn out to be incorrect or un-suitable. Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS is not liablefor any loss or damages whatsoever and howsoever arising which is due to force majeure, other events beyond the reasonable controlof Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS or events that could not reasonably be foreseen by Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS when thisWelding Handbook was made. Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS is in no event liable for indirect, incidental or consequential damagesor losses, including damages for loss of profits, resulting from lack of conformity, including but not limited to loss resulting from goodsor software not working when connected to other goods/software or for any related cause thereto. Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS’sliability shall in any event not eceed the total purchase price of the Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS goods used during the weldingoperations. Theses conditions are automatically accepted by anybody using the information and guidelines in this Welding Handbook.
 
INTRODUCTION
A ship at sea depends upon the knowledge, skills and self-reliance of the crew to carryout necessary maintenance and repair work. One of the important skills required is agood command of modern welding techniques.The purpose of the Unitor Welding Handbook for maritime welders is to provide guidancein modern welding and related processes and to provide the welder with a source ofpractical information on the right solution to specific onboard welding problems.
Unitor’s business activity traces back to 1905 and the company NAG with Acetylene production as a basic activity.The first maritime deliveries from this period were supply of Acetylene as fuel gas for the guiding light beams fromnumerous lighthouses along the long and weather-beaten coast of Norway.The focus changed towards gas and arc welding techniques when these were developed to useful production andrepair methods through the 1930es.A main objective became to develop and maintain a range of welding equipment that is suitable for onboard welding,backed by a worldwide service network, training and documentation.In 1943 the company name was changed to UNITOR. Mergers and increasing activity in the department for sales toships led to the establishment of this department as a separate company; Unitor Ships Service AS in 1968.In 005 the company was bought by Wilh.Wilhelmsen ASA and the brand Unitor is now incorporated in Barwil UnitorShips Service, a part of Wilhelmsen Maritime Services AS, a company in the Wilh. Wilhelmsen Group
Eperience gained from user contact and welding training of crewmembers showed that documentation aimed specifically at on board welding solutions was needed. Thisled to the development of the first Unitor welding handbook for on board repair andmaintenance welding already the 1950es.This edition of the Unitor Welding Handbook builds upon all the earlier editions and onproduct development and eperience 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 eamples of successfulsolutions to real life maintenance situations.

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