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welder

[′wel·dər]
(metallurgy)
A machine used in welding. Also known as welding machine.
A person who performs a welding operation.
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Dubai: A supervisor has been accused of locking up a welder inside a flat shared by six persons and used as a labour accommodation, a court heard on Wednesday.
A SMAW "stick" or "Arc" welder is a simple yet effective welding system.
Six months to prepare an application led to a half dozen "beta" months of being a Welder in secret before the new class was officially announced.
This allows the GLX-3 laser welder to deliver cycle times as fast as 0.
To fill the growing number of available jobs in a market where the workforce has shrunk considerably over the past 30 years, you need to eliminate the disconnect that exists between employers, education and prospective employees, and help all parties understand there is a distinct difference between a trained welder and an educated one.
But survivors and the families who lost their loved ones in the May 13 inferno did not sue the welder because he was just an ordinary employee who followed orders, according to their counsel, Remigio Saladero.
The complainant, 32, told the prosecutor that he was in Al Barsha on that day in January when the welder called him on his mobile phone and requested to meet him in Al Quoz.
Using an automated process, the AdvantaTube Sterile Welder produces tubing welds, where two open ends of tubing are heated and joined to form a leak-free, single length of tubing.
With a range of 300 feet from the machine, wireless remotes provide welders and their helpers an efficient way to dial the machine in accurately and ensure quality at the point of use.
The Fusion welder also features premature element burnout protection since the heating element automatically shuts off when too low of an airflow value is detected.
Analysis showed that duration of employment as a welder was significantly associated with a work related musculoskeletal disorder of the shoulder (OR 3.
Together, the design, materials and lining allow the glove to produce a more favorable fit, which entices the welder to keep the product on and decreases the chance of hand injuries.