The Effects Of Underwater Welding On The Most Profitable Type Of Welding

1625 Words Mar 18th, 2016 null Page
Buckle your seat belts boys and girls, professor or whoever may be reading this at this spectacular time in your life because in five short pages I am going to teach you a thing that I only know the basics on since 9th grade and the rest I learned in a matter of a few hours ago. So sit down, shut up, and enjoy the experience of my 3AM-Monster Energy-ADHD-Medicine Induced-Self Hatred-Fuelled-Writing-Extravaganza about under water welding and what you’re going to read is the dang near the best thing you will probably read in a 30 minute time frame. Underwater welding is the most dangerous, but the most profitable type of welding there is. To even perform well in this job, you must be certified in more than one field. In order to be successful in this field, depending on where you live, you may have to move locations. Another depending factor on the outcome of the job is the depth of the dive that you are going to be in. Underwater welding has a big reputation in lots of money, extreme competition, long hours, and dangerous environments. However, all these factors depend on the employer and the project that you may be working on at the time.
One of the many ways to become a successful underwater welder, one must be trained in the wonderful art of welding. They must attend a technical school to learn how to MIG weld, TIG weld, and another process known as SMAW (or arc welding). Now there are different varieties of welding machines depending on if you are using them on land or…

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