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Double Coded Welding course modules
Unit Standard No: 10810
Unit Standard Credits: 8
NQF Level: 2
Modules for the course include
• TIG Overview
• Power Sources
• Types of Welding Current used for TIG
• Characteristics of Current Types for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
• TIG Hand piece (TIG Torch)
• Selecting the Correct Torch Nozzle
• Gas Lens Benefits
• Connection Diagrams
• Tungsten Selection and Preparation
• Tungsten Color Code and Proper Torch Use
• TIG Wires
• Shielding Gas
• Shield Gas Selection and Use
• Typical Manual GTA (TIG Welding Parameters)
• Guide for Shield Gas Flows, Current Settings and Cup Selection
• Correct Torch and Rod Positioning
• Pulsed TIG
• Personal Protection
• Recognizing Your Tungsten
• Operator Inspection for Weld Quality
• TIG Troubleshooting Guide