CE marking according to the EN 1090 standard, training welding coordinators, qualification of the welding procedures
20, 21 and 27 September 2018
9 am – 6 pm
Conference Room, Tecno Piemonte SpA
Statale Valsesia, 20 13035 Lenta (VC)
The new Regulation EU 305/2011 aims to simplify the procedures for placing products on the market, clarifying certain points of the directive with more precise definitions and introducing important innovations on ‘CE marking of construction products’.
The course illustrates the requirements to which to adapt and provides concrete cases exemplifying the innovations introduced, and is intended in particular for persons involved in the management of welding activities.
The entry into force of the EN 1090-1 standard on the execution of steel and aluminium structures introduces a new way of identifying and qualifying products that comply with this standard.
The objective is to deliver a training course that provides the basics of metallurgy, weldability, welding technology, manufacturing and control applied to your product with particular focus on the management of WPS, process and personnel qualifications, visual inspection and validation of new, as yet unqualified welding processes. The course will be delivered by teachers with significant experience in the certification and testing of structural metal products.
The course will be delivered by teachers with significant experience in the certification and testing of structural metal products.
Welding technology for MAG and Coated Electrode processes
Preparing the edges
Main defects found in welding
Weld inspection methods
Visual inspection and related procedures
Rules on the representation of welded joints
Examples of representation
WPS (Welding Procedure Specification)
Rules on the qualification of procedures and welders
Management of the flow of information and records relating to welded joints in production
Validation of new procedures
The teaching material includes a handout on the topics covered. Participants will receive a certificate of participation.
The course includes a test on the subjects covered.
The course is 24 hours long, from 9 am to 6 pm on the days indicated on the cover.
Participants register 15 minutes before the start of the course.