Arizona Welding Standards

WELDING TECHNOLOGIES, 48.0508

STANDARD 1.0 – LAYOUT AND FIT UP PROJECT FROM BLUEPRINTS

1.1

Interpret drawings, symbols, and procedures

1.2

Use measuring devices

1.3

Lay out projects from blueprints

1.4

Measure and cut materials

1.5

Tack materials into position for welding

STANDARD 2.0 – SET UP AND USE CUTTING EQUIPMENT

2.1

Set up and use oxyfuel equipment

2.2

Set up and use plasma arc cutting equipment

2.3

Set up and use air carbon arc cutting equipment

2.4

Set up and use semi-automatic cutting equipment

STANDARD 3.0 – SET UP AND USE SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW) EQUIPMENT

3.1

Set up SMAW equipment

3.2

Identify and use types, storage, and handling of electrodes

3.3

Make fillet weld (all positions) on carbon steel in flat position (all positions not required for S.E.N.S.E)

3.4

Hard face and build up steel surface with SMAW equipment

STANDARD 4.0 – SET UP AND USE GAS METAL ARC WELDING (GMAW) EQUIPMENT (MIG)

4.1

Set up GMAW equipment

4.2

Identify and use types and handling of filler material

4.3

Select and use proper gases appropriately

4.4

Make flat and horizontal fillet welds on carbon steel

4.5

Perform routine maintenance on GMAW wire feed assembly


STANDARD 5.0 – SET UP AND USE OXYFUEL EQUIPMENT

5.1

Set up oxyfuel equipment to industry standards

5.2

Weld carbon steels flat position (not required for S.E.N.S.E.)

STANDARD 6.0 – SET UP AND USE GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW) EQUIPMENT (TIG)

6.1

Set up GTAW equipment

6.2

Identify and use types and handling of filler material

6.3

Select and use gases appropriately

6.4

Weld aluminum

6.5

Weld stainless steel

6.6

Weld carbon steels

STANDARD 7.0 – SET UP AND USE FLUX CORED ARC WELDING (FCAW) EQUIPMENT

7.1

Set up FCAW equipment

7.2

Identify and use types, storage, and handling of filler material

7.3

Make fillet welds (all positions) on carbon steel

7.4

Perform maintenance on FCAW wire feed assembly

STANDARD 8.0 – USE AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS

8.1

Use power saw/abrasive wheel to cut material

8.2

Use power equipment to wire brush metal

8.3

Use multi-purpose shear and punch

8.4

Use metal brake

8.5

Use metal roller

8.6

Use drilling equipment

STANDARD 9.0 – PERFORM WELDMENT TESTING

9.1

Describe nondestructive test

9.2

Perform destructive test