Base Metal Preparation – Module ID 29105

Base Metal Preparation – Module ID 29105

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Base Metal Preparation (Module 29105) introduces the trainees to the methods and procedures related to pre- paring base metal for welding. Trainees will learn safety procedures, welding joint preparation, specifications, identification of physical characteristics, mechanical properties, and cleaning techniques related to common base metals.

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Objectives

Learning Objective 1 – Summarize metal properties and safely preparing metals for welding.

  • List safety procedures for preparing metals.
  • List the types and properties of carbon, alloy, and stainless steels.
  • Outline cleaning metals correctly and safely.

Learning Objective 2 – Outline joint and weld types.

  • Summarize loads and the ways they affect welded joints.
  • Summarize joint and weld types, along with their qualities.
  • Describe a Welding Procedure Specification (WPS).

Learning Objective 3 – Outline preparing joints for welding.

  • Describe mechanically preparing joints for welding.
  • Describe thermally preparing joints for welding.

Performance Tasks

Performance Task 1 (Learning Objective 3) – Mechanically create a 221⁄2-degree bevel (±21⁄2 de- grees) on the edge of a 1⁄4″ to 3⁄4″ (~6 mm to 20 mm) thick carbon steel plate.

Performance Task 2 (Learning Objective 3) – Thermally create a 221⁄2-degree bevel (±21⁄2 degrees) on the edge of a 1⁄4″ to 3⁄4″ (~6 mm to 20 mm) thick carbon steel plate.

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