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15 April 2000

 
TUCF's first wet welding course makes a splash!

 
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The Underwater Centre Fremantle in conjunction with MOS Specialty Welds and David Keats undertook a ten day intensive wet welding course following an enquiry from Rockwater in Singapore.

The divers required training and testing for a welding repair on an SBM in the South China Sea. TUCF and David Keats of MOS joined forces to deliver the "Wet Welding 2" underwater welder training course. This programme provides both surface and wet welding skills and meets both British and International standards. All three divers successfully passed AWS specification for their test plates. Reports from the clients inspection engineers "SureSpec" confirm the job, which involved welding at a depth of 70M using Barracuda electrodes, went extremely well.

Congratulations guys!




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TUCF
8 Rous Head Road
North Fremantle, WA 6159, Australia
Tel: +61 8 9336 3343
FAX: +61 8 9336 3345
Email: milly@tucf.com.au
 

Charlie Gill (Attendant) Billy
Bijl (Diver), David Keats
(Instructor) and Sam Hall during their wet welding
training at TUCF.