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Overview
The Titanium Weld Color Inspection Kit from EWI provides fabricators of titanium with a high quality, comprehensive tool for performing weld color inspection as part of their weld quality assurance process. The kit is commonly deployed for visual inspection of titanium weldments across all industries, including defense, aerospace, chemical processing, and more.

Features

  • Nine Titanium Weld Samples – Each of the nine sizable weld samples in the kit exhibits a different weld color condition. Weld color conditions range from glossy silver to flakey white. All samples are created onsite by EWI’s highly skilled engineers.
  • Nine Inspection Cards – The kit also includes a booklet of high quality images of each of the nine welding conditions along with a description of their color, general acceptability, and general disposition information.
  • Durable Carrying Case – Contents of the kit are housed in a durable, custom-built case that holds and protects the samples while still keeping them visible. A sturdy handle on the case makes it easy to carry, and feet on the bottom allow it to stand upright.
  • Titanium Weld Color Inspection Guide – The kit includes a 2-part illustrated guide for welders, welding inspectors, and welding engineers for color inspection training purposes. Part 1 of the guide covers detailed discussions of titanium welding technology and is intended for classroom training. Part 2 of the guide contains recommended shop procedures for weld inspection personnel.

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For more information contact Randy Dull at 614.688.5095 or rdull@ewi.org, or Nick Kapustka at 614.688.5175 or nkapustka@ewi.org.

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