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Welding is a fabrication process that joins two or more materials using heat, pressure, or a combination of the two, to form a strong, permanent bond.
When workpieces are joined together at high temperatures, the heat causes a weld pool of molten material. After cooling and solidifying, this forms an incredibly strong weld.
Although welding is relied on by countless industries that need to join metal, plastic or wood parts, it brings a higher degree of risk than other processes.
In this blog, Surface Finishing Equipment outlines some of the most common dangers associated with welding operations and what you can do to mitigate these risks – including acquiring the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).