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Contact Person
Prabir Kumar Ray
Manager - ESAB Welding Institute
Email: Prabir.Ray@esab.co.in
Direct Tel: +91 (0) 33 2401 9381
ESAB India Ltd.
P-41Taratala Road,
Kolkata-700 088
 
 
 
 
 
 
Welders Refresher Training and Qualification Test
EWI conducts Welders’ Qualification Test as per the requirement of our clients . The training is based on the specific needs of the customers . Duration of the training programme depends upon the skill level of the welder . After the Refresher Course the Welder may appear for qualification test as per requirement of various codes like EN 287,ASME, IS, BS , DIN IBR etc.Any approval authority may witness these tests if specified by the customers.
 
Certification of Welder / Fitter For Marine (Without Experience)
Welding Technology For Welders
Reclamation Welding Technology For Welders
Foundation Course On Oxy-Fuel Gas Welding Process For Welding
Advanced Brazing Course
Foundation Course on Smaw for Beginners
Welding of Stainless Steel /Cast Iron/Hardfacing
Radiographic Quality Welding by Smaw
Pipe Welding by Shielded Metal arc Welding Process
Foundation Course on Ms/Ss by Gas Shielded Tungsten arc Welding (Gtaw)
Welding of Stainless Steel/Aluminium by Shielded Tungsten arc Welding
High Pressure Welding on Ms/Ss
Foundation Course for Welders Conversant with Smaw Process
Welding of Stainless Steel and Aluminium by Gmaw Process
Foundation Course on Gmaw Process (Mig/Mag) for Non Welders
Foundation Course for Submerged arc Welding Process
Foundation Course for Plasma arc Cutting
Foundation Course for Fitters
 
 
 
 
Certification of Welder / Fitter For Marine (Without Experience)
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Installation of Welding M/C
  • Operations of SMAW / GTAW / OFGW/MIG / SAW Processes
  • Types of Joint and Welding Procedures
  • Classification of Electrodes
  • Welding Defects Causes and Remedies
DURATION
3 WEEKS (18 DAYS)
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Welding Technology For Welders
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Welding Processes
  • Basic Welding Metallurgy
  • Weldability of metals-Ferrous & Non-Ferrous
  • Weld Defects-their cause & remedies
  • Classification & Coding of welding electrodes
  • WPS & PQR
  • Weld distortion– stress & control
  • Welding Consumables
  • Safety in welding
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/WW/1 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 1 WEEK
This session will be based on 70% theoretical inputs and 30% practical inputs.
 
 
Reclamation Welding Technology For Welders
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Welding Process
  • Basic Welding Metallurgy
  • Welding Consumables
  • Weldability of metals-Ferrous & Non-Ferrous
  • Weld defects –Causes and Remedies
  • Weld distortion, stress and control
  • Wear Factors and weld surfacing
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/WW/2 3RD WEDNESDAY OF EVERY MONTH 3 DAYS
This session will be based on 40% theoretical inputs and 60% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course On Oxy-Fuel Gas Welding Process For Welding
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Equipment & accessories
  • Selection of consumable
  • Joint preparation  & procedure
  • Welding defects their causes and remedies
  • Safety precautions
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/OF/1 EVERY MONDAY 3 WEEKS
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Advanced Brazing Course
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Brazing processes
  • Process Characteristics
  • Brazing on different metals and metal combinations
  • Different types of Brazing alloys and their uses
  • Brazing Fluxes
  • Behavior of brazing joints under different service conditions
  • AWS & IS specifications
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/OF/2 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 2 WEEK
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course on Smaw for Beginners
Course Content : Schedule :
  • SMAW  process – Equipment & accessories
  • Welding consumables
  • Welding technique
  • Weld joints ,weld symbols
  • Welding defects,causes and remedies
  • Hardfacing Procedure
  • Cutting by SMAW process
  • Safety in welding
CODE COMMENCING DURATION FEES
EWI/SM/1 EVERY MONDAY 5 WEEKS 10,500
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Welding of Stainless Steel /Cast Iron/Hardfacing
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Weldability of SS
  • Weldability of Cast Iron
  • Welding electrodes for SS Welding
  • Welding electrodes for CI Welding
  • Gas welding Consumables for CI Welding
  • Hardfacing by SMAW and OFW Processes
  • Various Wear factors and Compatible Hardfacing alloys
CODE COMMENCING DURATION FEES
EWI/SM/2 EVERY MONDAY 1 WEEK 5,000
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Radiographic Quality Welding by Smaw
Course Content : Schedule :
  • SMAW process and process advantages
  • SMAW Consumables : Rutile Coated Vs. L H Electrodes
  • Classification and coding of electrodes – AWS & IS
  • Welding Technique
  • Welding defects and their remedies
  • Welding Stress : Distortion and its control
  • Destructive & non destructive testing
  • Weld design & symbol
CODE COMMENCING DURATION FEES
EWI/SM/3 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 2 WEEKS 6,500
This session will be based on 20% theoretical inputs and 80% practical inputs.
 
 
Pipe Welding by Shielded Metal arc Welding Process
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Welding processes for pipe welding
  • Welding consumables for pipe welding
  • Welding standards and codes for pipe welding
  • Joint preparations for  pipe welding
  • Welding techniques on different positions
  • Welding defects – causes & remedies
  • Weld tests for Radiographic welding
  • Safety in welding
CODE COMMENCING DURATION FEES
EWI/SM/4 EVERY MONDAY 4 WEEKS 8,800
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course on Ms/Ss by Gas Shielded Tungsten arc Welding (Gtaw)
Course Content : Schedule :
  • GTAW Process & accessories
  • Selection of holders / nozzles Tungsten electrodes & shielding gases
  • Welding techniques
  • Welding defects and their causes and remedies
  • Selection of filler metals
  • Safety precaution
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GT/1 EVERY MONDAY 2 WEEKS
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Welding of Stainless Steel/Aluminium by Shielded Tungsten arc Welding
Course Content : Schedule :
  • GTAW Process characteristics & its advantages
  • Power sources, equipment & their properties
  • Shielding gases and their properties
  • Selection of filler metals
  • Choice of non-consumable electrode & electrode holder
  • Joint design & welding techniques
  • Physical & chemical properties of SS & AL
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GT/2 1ST MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 1 WEEK
This session will be based on 20% theoretical inputs and 80% practical inputs.
 
 
High Pressure Welding on Ms/Ss
Course Content : Schedule :
  • GTAW Process characteristics, its advantages & limitations
  • Power sources, equipment & accessories
  • Shielding gasses and their properties
  • Non consumable electrodes & filler metals
  • Weldability of MS & SS
  • Joint design & welding techniques
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GT/3 EVERY MONDAY 4 WEEKS
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course for Welders Conversant with Smaw Process
Course Content : Schedule :
  • GMAW  Process
  • Equipment & Accessories
  • Modes of  metal transfer and industrial application
  • Selection of welding consumables
  • Weld defects - their causes & remedies
  • Welding Safety
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GM/1 EVERY MONDAY 2 WEEKS
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Welding of Stainless Steel and Aluminium by Gmaw Process
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Physiochemical properties of Aluminum and Stainless Steel
  • Process characteristics, advantages and limitations 
  • Shielding gases and their effects
  • Welding techniques in various positions
  • Important Process – parameters and their effects
  • Filler alloys for SS and Al and their codes
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GM/2 EVERY MONDAY 1 WEEK
This session will be based on 20% theoretical inputs and 80% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course on Gmaw Process (Mig/Mag) for Non Welders
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Basics of SMAW & GMAW process
  • Important welding variables of each process and their effects on welding
  • Welding techniques of each process in different positions
  • Welding Consumables
  • Effect of shielding gases on GMAW of Carbon steel
  • GMAW Steel filler wires and their codes
  • GMAW process characteristics
  • GMAW process advantages
  • Current/voltage relation in different shielding gases and their effects on metal transfer modes in GMAW process
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/GM/3 1ST MONDAY OFEVERY MONTH 4 WEEKS
This session will be based on 20%  theoretical nputs and 80% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course for Submerged arc Welding  Process
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Process Definition
  • Process Characteristics
  • Process Equipment
  • Process Advantages and Limitations
  • Flux Types
  • Welding wires & their codes
  • The importance of edge preparations of MS plates and their alignments
  • Effect of changes of important process parameters on welding
  • Weld defects and their causes
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/SA/1 2ND MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 1 WEEK
This session will be based on 20% theoretical inputs and 80% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course for Plasma arc Cutting
Course Content : Schedule :
  • Process Equipment
  • Process Advantage
  • Mechanism of plasma jet formation and the design of plasma cutting torch
  • Importance of  Shielding & Plasma gas
  • Plasma Arc cutting technique
  • Faulty technique and their effects
CODE COMMENCING DURATION
EWI/PA/1 3RD MONDAY OF EVERY MONTH 1 WEEKS
This session will be based on 10% theoretical inputs and 90% practical inputs.
 
 
Foundation Course for Fitters
COURSE DURATION
THEORETICAL/ PRACTICAL SESSION ON STRUCTURAL AND PIPE - FITTER FOR MARINE AND FABRICATION INDUSTRY 3 WEEKS (18 DAYS)