Get the book that's been used by underwater welding schools and professional companies around the world for decades.
It's no secret:
Welding in the water can be a challenge to new and experienced welders alike.
But it doesn't have to stay that way.
Packed with solid principles behind wet welding, Underwater Wet Welding: A Welder's Mate provides in a plethora of helpful techniques, procedures and research for true underwater welding.
It's for every age and every stage:
Work and weld in a manner that protects you and your fellow crew members. Follow the cardinal rules of commercial diving.
Learn the core methods of wet welding that provide cost-efficiency to your training and on-the-job operations.
Get a technical understanding of mechanical terms to boost your vernacular in underwater welding school and your career.
Matt Smith - Owner of Water Welders
'A Welder's Mate' tackles every aspect of wet welding, and it does so in surprisingly laymen terms. I've used his book multiple times for my own research. Keats [author] fundamentally changed the way many underwater welding courses train their students with his training programs and this book.
"A Welder's Mate" is perfect for welders, divers, instructors and those who haven't yet taken the first step in their underwater wet welding skillset.
Authored by a well-known commercial welder-diver, this book provides a unique perspective that's difficult to find.
"Underwater Wet Welding: A Welder's Mate" is a paperback book that is over 300 pages.
It has 200+ illustrations throughout, along with detailed procedures that help define the what, why and when in wet welding. Beyond the skill itself, author Keats also discusses a bit of the history behind underwater welding and how it has evolved over time.
Discover a breadth of topics, including:
Over the past year, Keats has been working tirelessly to bring his book to life in a new format - electronic.
Initially, he just planned to convert over the printed copy to e-format.
However, throughout the process, Keats found many opportunities to update his book's index, terms and images to present-day versions.
The end result is nothing short of stunning.
It's essentially a revised version of the original, though both the printed and ebook versions provide the same standard of techniques and skillsets used by underwater welders.
David J. Keats, former Managing Director of Speciality Welds Ltd, is now the proprietor and subsea welding engineer for Weldcraft-Pro. David has been involved in the welding industry since 1975, having initially worked as a welder for a structural engineering company.
Keats has spent over 40 years in the welding industries and throughout his subsea career.
He has written two books on wet welding and has pioneered multiple training programs, gained certifications in metallurgy, commercial diving and much more.
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