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Professional Welding Services

Our welders are qualified welders (coded) to BSEN 9606-1 and capable of welding all grades of steel

Being coded, we provide proficient welding engineers who have undertaken rigorous training and testing.

All our Coding’s are to BSEN 9606-1

We hold an extensive range of Welding Procedure Specifications (WPS) to cover most applications. Having a wide range of WPS allows us to react quickly to your requirements.

We can offer welding services using Process Number 135 (MAGS).

Our procedures enable us to be able to weld in all positions except  H-L045.

Our workforce operate within the constraints of our Welding Quality Management System (WQMS) accredited by ISOQAR and approved to BSEN 1090.  This enables us to offer a guarantee of quality (CE Marking of structural steels).

Welding Quality Assurance

Our welding certifications enable us to fulfil standards to the highest quality. Our approach to quality is consistently applied following our accredited WQMS.

Each contract begins with rigorous contract and technical review processes, this means that we share our approach to quality assurance and quality control with you right from the outset.  Contractually we will agree with you the quality requirements and provide you with the necessary documents to support and validate our quality processes.

All welding is attributable to the welder that carried out the welds. All welding is visually weld inspected.

This routine is something we carry out regardless of the project.

We can also arrange Non Destructive Testing (NDT) if the job specification requires it.

CR Welding is also accredited to both ISO 9001:2015 & OHSAS 45001:2018.

All of our engineers are multi-coded to the latest ISO Standards

What is the meaning of “Coded Welder”

Coded welding is the ongoing assessment of a welder’s ability to produce welding to known quality standards.  To achieve this we work within the scope of approved Welding Procedure Specifications (ISO 15614-1) and welder competency tests accredited by BSEN 9606-1.

We have sufficient welding procedures to cover the scope of our business in respect of steel grades, welding positions and metal thickness.

Our welders have the capability to adapt and qualify for any given project.

The more specific methods need individual parameters allocated via a weld test inspector.

Our welders are re-tested every two years.

What are the different types of welding?

TIG – Also Known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). We use TIG when weld integrity is critical and requires high-quality welds. TIG leaves no splatter and minimises potential defects during the welding process.

MAGS – also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). MAGS is the most common industrial welding process. It produces high-quality welds much quicker. It also covers a wide variety of metals and alloys.

MMA – also known as Stick Welding or Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW). MMA is a low-cost technique and is very versatile. Once mastered, the engineer can use it on a wide variety of materials in almost any environment and position.

Coded Welders at CR Welding Services Ltd

Here at CR Welding Services, we have a team of multi-coded welders.

We cover an extensive range of specifications, materials, diameters and thicknesses.

All our operatives’ welder approvals are supported by a qualified welding procedure (WPQR).

Our coded welders work from our fully equipped workshop in Sharnford, Leicestershire, LE18 3AD.

We Offer You A Complete Welding Service.

Contact CRW to discuss your project requirements.