Visual Inspection | Non-destructive testing

Types Of Businesses That Can Benefit From NDT In Manchester

NDT In Manchester In this technology driven world, it is important to pay attention to the safety and reliability of various structures and systems. This is where non-destructive testing (NDT) comes in. NDT encompasses a range of techniques used to assess the integrity and quality of materials, components and structures without causing damage. While NDT…

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NDT In Manchester

NDT In Manchester

Non-destructive testing (NDT) is an essential technique used across various industries to detect flaws and defects in materials, components and structures without damaging them. NDT is crucial in ensuring equipment and structures are safe, reliable and efficient, particularly in the manufacturing, aerospace, oil/gas and construction industries. We at Code a Weld offer NDT in Manchester…

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Why Are CSCS Cards Important?

CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme) cards are a type of certification card used in the United Kingdom to indicate that an individual working on a construction site has the required training, qualifications and competence necessary. Their aim is to improve work quality and reduce construction site accidents. CSCS cards are available for various occupations within…

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What’s The Difference Between Non-Destructive Testing & Mechanical Testing?

Mechanical Testing and Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) are two methods used to evaluate the properties of materials. While they both serve the same purpose, they differ in their approach, and understanding the differences is crucial for making the right choice when testing materials. Mechanical Testing Mechanical Testing includes applying pressure or force to a substance and…

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The History Of Welding & Its Evolution

The next time you are thinking of welding, consider its history and where it all started. Allow your thoughts to go back to the Iron Age, when humankind discovered how to extract metal from rock, to get a sense of where it all began. Looking at items from that historical period discovered in Egypt and…

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How Can You Progress Your Welding Career?

Some firms prefer to recruit welders with a diploma and hands-on experience with soldering, brazing and welding. Other companies are more than happy to take on apprentices. There are various types of welding that you can learn to give your welding career a boost, these include: MIG Welding – This is known as one of…

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Non destructive weld defect test | Welding Inspections

What Are The Best Industries For Welding Jobs?

Welding is an extremely valuable and sought after skill. Almost every industry requires some form of welding, meaning that welders are spoilt for choice when deciding on an area to specialise in. Here at Code A Weld, we have detailed a few industries that are great when it comes to welding jobs. Please check them…

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How Important Are Welders To The Community?

Due to the physically demanding nature of the work, not everyone is cut out to be a welder. That being said, it’s an extremely important profession that is always in demand. It is essential to many facets of our daily life, and numerous industries, including the construction and automotive sectors, require welding. Without welders, a…

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Code A Weld Qualifications

Why Choose Code A Weld For Your Welding Qualifications?

Qualifications With Code A Weld We at Code A Weld offer a range of welding qualifications for those looking to get certified. But what is it exactly that makes us a great place for individuals to achieve their relevant welding licenses? Before we answer this question we are first going to take you through two…

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Welding Hazards

How To Avoid Welding Hazards

The Hazards Of Welding Here at Code A Weld, you don’t need us to tell you that welding is a fantastic career choice. However, it does come with its risks and in this blog post, we are going to look at some of the major welding hazards and how they can be avoided. Electrical Hazards…

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