Discipline:Coded Pipe Welder - Site
Location:Leeds & Burton upon Trent
Rate: PAYE ONLY£23.40 per hour all hours
Start Date: 29.01.24
Duration:Up to 6 months
Hours:10 hours per day Monday to Friday - possible weekend work
Our client is looking for a skilled and experienced TIG 141 Pipe Welder to join their team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for performing high-quality TIG welding on hygienic food process pipework and equipment, ensuring precision, durability, and compliance with industry standards and regulations.
Utilize TIG welding techniques to weld stainless steel and other materials used in hygienic food process piping systems.
Perform welds according to engineering drawings, blueprints, and welding procedures to ensure proper fit, alignment, and integrity.
Maintain strict adherence to hygienic welding practices to prevent contamination and ensure compliance with food safety standards.
Conduct visual inspections of welds to verify quality, consistency, and adherence to specifications.
Use non-destructive testing methods, such as dye penetrant or radiographic testing, to identify and address any defects or imperfections.
Document welding activities and inspection results accurately to maintain traceability and compliance with quality assurance protocols.
Safety and Compliance:
Follow established safety protocols and procedures to ensure a safe working environment for yourself and others.
Adhere to relevant industry standards and regulations, including ASME BPE and FDA guidelines, to maintain hygienic conditions and prevent food contamination.
Collaboration and Communication:
Coordinate with project managers, pipefitters, and other team members to plan and execute welding projects efficiently and effectively.
Communicate any issues, concerns, or deviations from welding procedures to supervisors and stakeholders in a clear and timely manner.
Qualifications and Skills:
Proven experience as a TIG 141 Pipe Welder, preferably in the food processing industry or a related field.
Expertise in TIG welding techniques, with a focus on welding thin-wall stainless steel tubing (typically 1/16" to 1/8" thickness).
Familiarity with hygienic welding practices, including purging, back-purging, and passivation, to maintain cleanliness and prevent contamination.
Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings, welding symbols, and technical specifications.
Strong attention to detail and commitment to producing high-quality welds that meet or exceed industry standards.
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