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Wet welder cert 2 Replies

Started by Richard Wisneski. Last reply by Ahmed Qatawneh Feb 8, 2013.

coded welders

Started by Ahmed Qatawneh Feb 8, 2013.

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Started by Skylar. Last reply by William Scott Horton Jun 8, 2010.

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Comment by Ahmed Qatawneh on February 8, 2013 at 1:27am

looking for Underwater Coded Welders for a temporary job in Jordan. Send your CV & certificate to barracuda.aqaba@gmail.com

Comment by Peter Arthur on October 13, 2010 at 4:00pm
thank you everyone for coming here and talking I've been offshore 10 weeks on our way to carlyss stay safe
Comment by Dale Harris on October 13, 2010 at 6:42am
MOVING SILT TO SEE. When you own your own company it's easier to test and experiment because you're paying for it. But on projects that are so silted up you cant see 3 inches. You might ask that surface or tanker fresh water be brougnt in. Using gravity flow from a 2" hose draped over your shoulder or secured to the work you can replace the silt with a clear water environment very easy with much faster times, less stress and better quality of work. If its delivered water for an inland job it works even better if its chilled by adding salt and ICE. A PASSIVE FLOW WORKS THE BEST!
Comment by Ryan A Marr on May 26, 2010 at 9:31pm
Headed to Vermillion block 28 for five months welding and inspection, lord bless us divers and the companies who pay us so well!!!!!!!!
Comment by Chad Jensen Buck on January 8, 2010 at 12:42pm
i am trying to find a company that does alot of welding. I am want to stay out of the harbor any thoughts other than oceaneering or pheniox, i know those are the main two but is there anyone else?
Comment by A.. Parnell on December 9, 2009 at 4:38pm
Looking for another long or short term welding/ burning job email me at onecomdiver@yahoo.com
Comment by A.. Parnell on October 27, 2009 at 7:46am
Hey Bob,
Thanks for your comment it brought to mind a job a way out on Wake Island (thats 2500 miles past Hawaii) that our dive team was working on while doing underwater welding repairs that went on for a good 5 months. The first diver and the Supervisor who would go out and get so blasted almost every night that the next morning couldn't or wouldn't want to dive so the old guy (that was me) got to go jump in and start almost everyday underwater welding. Does it get any better than that ? What a great job ,great crew good fun and lots of laughfs.I am ready for another one like that one.
Comment by Bob Baker on October 26, 2009 at 8:38pm
my trick in cold alberta water is to let the young ones have a go at it if they can't get it then the old guys go in and get the job done .some times the young eager guys figure it out ,take their time and get it done sometimes not so much.
 

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